This hotel would be amazing if updated. The hotel is tired and somewhat sad. The hallways smelled of smoke although it is a non smoking hotel. This wold not be a hotel that I would ever have chose for myself and husband but was part of our tour. The majority of guests were probably High School graduates on a tour so a rather young crowd. Because of the proximity to the Termini station I believe it attacts rail travelers. The bed was comfortable although dark and dreary. I'v e come to realize that the most undesirable rooms are given to the tour groups in any hotel. Not sure why...
We needed three rooms for a hotel next to the train station and came upon this superb property. The hotel and rooms are spotless, rooms and bathrooms are huge, extremely clean and the air conditioning worked to perfection in every room. Beds are super comfortable, internet is great and breakfast was worth the money. The location is not only great if you need to get to a train but also good if you want to walk to the major attractions of Rome. Staff is perfect and attentive from the moment you walk in.
ROOMS: rather spacious and bright. Comfortable bed, good soundproof, good size bathroom. But overall rooms are worn out. Some of them have smell from bathroom (we know it because we changed our room 3 times). LOCATION: 3min walking distance from the Roma Termini railway station, 20min to city centre or all sightseeings (Colosseum, Trevi fountain, Pantheon, etc) by feet. FOOD: breakfast is included. Traditional breakfast with eggs, sausages, cheese, meat, flakes and pastry. Fruits and tomatoes are also included. There are also restaurant which is opened for lunch and dinner. FACILITIES: good wi-fi, small fridge and safe in the room STAFF: very helpful, trying to solve all consumers problems, smiles a lot.
Stayed 5 days at this hotel with my 20 year old daughter, it is close to the head station Termini, which is good when you come to Rome with plane. An old hotel with old decor, but clean. It looked freshly painted and the staff was friendly. Our room got cleaned every day, unfortanely they dont respect the international hotel code about when to use the towels again. The breakfast was very nice with real Italian coffee with a lot of choices, and lots af different fresh food.
The handful of bad reviews of this place are downright comical. I don’t know what these people were expecting. First of all, it’s Rome. Things aren’t going to always be exactly like some chain hotel in Orlando. If that’s what you want, go to Orlando. Yes, the building is old. It’s Rome. All the buildings are old. Some reviews state that the area around Termini is unsafe, and I don’t think that’s even remotely true. As is the case around every large train station in Italy, there are some homeless people and others who are a bit down on their luck. But there are a ton of hotels around here, and people out and about all night long. I saw restaurants with people eating at tables out on the sidewalk after midnight. The area is just fine. I think some people see “Four stars,” and think they’re getting some hyper-luxury hotel where you have your own private butler who will come up to your room and carry you to the lobby in a backpack. What people need to realize is that the number of stars a hotel gets is based on criteria like whether or not it has a restaurant or room service. There’s also people complaining about an “outdated decor,” but I think that’s part of the point here. It’s supposed to look like it has a bit of old world charm to it. Okay, so: What’s this hotel like? I found it to be nice and comfortable. My room was small, but I paid for a small room — it’s a large property, and I’m sure there’s bigger rooms in the building. Plus, as I said before, it’s Rome. Most hotels have been retrofitted into hotels from some previous purpose. The staff was beyond excellent. I showed up extremely early to check in, and they were more than happy to accommodate me. They’re efficient and very friendly. I interacted with multiple people there, as I was trying to go about getting a covid test, and they bent over backwards to help. One guy even walked me outside and pointed out where the pharmacy was. Will you get your own butler carrying you around in a backpack? No. But the hotel is nice enough, the area is safe, and the staff is excellent. I would happily stay here again.…
We stayed here for 3 nights and had great service plus nice room for two adults and a teenager. We had one king bed and one single and it was a nice amount of space for Europe. It is less than a mile to the colosseum and pantheon and two blocks from Termini train station. The staff was super helpful and nice!
I firmly believe that the staff make a hotel, regardless of décor, food, and facilities. The Massimo d'Azeglio welcomes you at any hour with super efficiency and warmth. The décor is beautifully preserved in its C19th splendour. Our stay includes an excellent breakfast, and the comfortable and picturesque bar serves a wonderful Aperol Spritz in a calm, restful ambience. Displaying an efficiency I have rarely encountered, housekeeping sent up an extra office chair after twenty minutes of its being requested. I only had to mention a spent bulb in the boudoir, and it was changed within five minutes. The hotel is within easy access of the Forum, the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain. And although rather quiet at the moment, all the restaurants are open; there is plenty of very fine casual dining in the area of the hotel, which I shall review separately. All in all, a delightful hotel. Bravo, Hotel Massimo d'Azeglio.…
As suggested by friend, did stop at Massimo d'Azeglio for couple night during business to Rome. Perfectly located within just 5 minutes walk from Termini Train Terminal. Comfortable and very clean rooms. Friendly personal staff and a good breakfast.
A lovely old building well preserved while having been sensitively modernised, with a very good restaurant and a nice bar. I stayed for three nights and was very happy with everything. Great breakfast included in the room rate, just around the corner from the main train, metro and bus termini and in a nice road. I had a single room which was lovely although I may have preferred a double bed. But very comfortable and quiet with the windows closed. Very good bathroom and perfectly clean. Staff are excellent. Couldn't find a fault - always smiling and helpful. Warmly recommend.
Whether you come by train or bus from Fiumicino or Ciampino Airports, this hotel is only few minutes walking from Termini Station. Many tourists destinations such as Piazza Republicca and Santa Maria Maggiore are also closed from this hotel. There are also many restaurants and supermarkets nearby. Standard Double or Twin rooms have very standard facilities, without water kettle, with old-fashioned furnitures. Superior rooms are better. Fortunately, the rooms are spacious. However, the room was too cold for those who are coming from tropical countries as the heater was not not operated. Breakfast is fabulous with variety breads and yoghurt.