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Hotel was a quick walk from the station in a safe area. Room was clean and large for European standards. Beds were comfortable and breakfast was excellent. Twenty minute walk to historic Rome and about 30 minute walk to the Vatican.
We stayed 5 nights at Hotel Sonya recently. Our room was modern and clean, although the shower recess is exceedingly small. Our main complaint would be the breakfast procedure, which could be greatly improved. There should be more self service of items such as juice...More
We loved our stay , rooms and bathroom were clean, cozy and modern. Location was also good, we walked almost everywhere. Breakfast was delicious and varied. Will recommend and stay again. Tip is to email and book directly with the hotel, they will give you...More
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Sonya in July 2018. We had a great time. The hotel room was clean and in a good location. Additionally, we enjoyed breakfast each day. There was a good variety of food and the wait staff was friendly....More
Great value for money would definitely stay again. Great location for visiting Rome's tourist attractions. Staff were attentive especially Jo who was our breakfast waiter who made sure all our needs were taken care off. A couple of negatives the hall way light left on...More
Hotel Sonya is in a quiet area of central Rome, in front of the Opera House and 55 yards from the Viminale Palace. Rooms offer free internet and free Sky satellite TV. Rooms at the Sonya Hotel are …Moreair-conditioned and feature a private bathroom and a tea/coffee maker. Breakfast includes a variety of breads and pastries, cold cuts, fried eggs and fresh fruit. The Sonya is a 5-minute walk from Termini Train Station. Free maps of the city are available at the front desk with ticket-booking service. Less
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Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighborhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighborhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic center. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
Response from Daydream367468 | Reviewed this property |
I stayed at Hotel Sonya a second time recently. I would be glad to stay there again. The rooms are clean. The elevator is charming. The breakfast spread is ample and attractive with real dining rooms.Noise was not a problem... More
I stayed at Hotel Sonya a second time recently. I would be glad to stay there again. The rooms are clean. The elevator is charming. The breakfast spread is ample and attractive with real dining rooms.Noise was not a problem at all.
Response from margaritaville13 | Reviewed this property |
6am to 10am but if you serve yourself just before 10am they don’t pressure you to leave the dining room. Try to get the seats in front of the large open window in second dining room, the best spot. Wonderful cappuccino and... More
6am to 10am but if you serve yourself just before 10am they don’t pressure you to leave the dining room. Try to get the seats in front of the large open window in second dining room, the best spot. Wonderful cappuccino and espresso. Great service by “Jo”, have him make your coffees. Say “hi” to Jo, from David & Marlene