Finding an ideal quiet hotel in Rome does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Hotel Villafranca, a nice option for travelers like you.
While staying at Best Western Rome, visitors can check out Palatine Hill (1.3 mi) and Roman Forum (1.3 mi), some of Rome's top attractions.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Rome Best Western offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including a 24 hour front desk, baggage storage, and newspaper. Guests of Best Western Rome are also welcome to enjoy free breakfast, located on site. For travelers arriving by car, there is paid private parking available nearby.
During your visit, be sure to check out one of Rome's popular burritos restaurants such as Maybu - Margaritas y Burritos, Tacos & Beer Monti, and Pico's Taqueria & American Grill, all a short distance from Best Western Rome.
Rome is also known for some great art galleries, including Serra, I Colori di Dentro di Maria Grazia Luffarelli, and Trevimage, which are not too far from Rome Best Western.
Hotel Villafranca looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Rome.
Hotel Villafranca While in Rome we had an opportunity to stay in the Hotel Villafranca where we had excellent accommodations. There a TV, two twin beds pushed together to make a double, a desk, multiple outlets (need converter to connect 120 volt appliances). Spacious bedroom and a full bar downstairs. There is an eating area that is only used for breakfast. The hotel is centrally located for many restaurants and only a short drive to most most must-see events such as the Coliseum, Vatican City and the aqueducts.
This hotel is very nice, we enjoyed our stay here. It is not close to the some of the main attractions but we love to walk and that we did. We did take the subway to the Vatican City as we were told it was too far to walk there but otherwise we took off on foot and explored all the beautiful sights of Roma. There are some very nice restaurants around the hotel that we dined at minutes away which was nice after a long day of walking and exploring. Loved our time in Rome and the hotel was comfortable and nice, staff helpful and there are many nice restaurants minutes away from the hotel which was nice.
I enjoyed my stay at the Villafranca Hotel. All of the hotel staff behind the counter spoke perfect English and answered all of our questions regarding directions for the train. I especially liked how it was so close to the train station. We saved a lot of money using the public rail as opposed to a taxi. There are about 5 good restaurants within walking distance to the hotel too. This makes for good options for lunch/dinner, and the hotel does provide a decent (but not stellar) European breakfast.
The room was pretty small. But considering we weren't spending time in there, it didn't really matter. Best for travelers who pack light as it's tough to fit more than 2 suitcases in room. The location of the hotel was good. Not close to touristy things, but close to metro stations, and so getting around wasn't bad. There are plenty of places to eat in Rome everywhere, so you can eat near this hotel or close to the touristy things. The bathroom seemed very Americanized, nothing unusual. Breakfast was provided. I ate a croissant and hot chocolate every morning.
After arriving in Rome to a hotel which had closed down without notifying us just before New Years Eve, this AMAZING hotel saved our trip!! After walking around for a couple of hours trying to find a hotel, this lovely place had one available room left. The staff were very friendly and helpful and greeted us so politely every day when we came downstairs. A special mention to Serena who spoke excellent English and assisted us with anything we needed. The room was perfect for our needs and the shower was excellent. The room was cleaned impeccably every single day without fail no matter what time we left the room for the day and the towels were changed every single day for fresh ones which was greatly appreciated after all of the walking in Rome. Breakfast was included in the price and there was a good selection including, eggs, bacon, croissants, toast, cereals, juices, coffees, pastries etc. The waiters and waitresses were quick and efficient and so kind and helpful always stocking everything up and fetching things for fussy guests with a smile on their face. Breakfast definitely set us up for each day. They also stored our luggage on the last day for us so we could go and explore the city a bit more and were happy to provide us with any information. All in all, a massive massive thank you to all of the team at Villafranca and you really made our New Years/Holiday/Anniversary truly fantastic!…