If you’re looking for a romantic hotel in Rome, look no further than Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel.
For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Rome, Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel is located a short distance from Colosseum (1.3 mi) and Roman Forum (1.5 mi).
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features a 24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and a concierge. Plus, Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.
While in Rome be sure to experience local lobster favorites at Ristorante Aroma at Palazzo Manfredi, Ad Hoc, or Il Gabriello.
If you’re looking for something to do, Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (0.9 mi), Domus Aurea (1.2 mi), and Basilica di San Clemente al Laterano (1.1 mi) are a nice way to spend some time, and they are all within walking distance of Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel.
The staff at Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
I had stayed at Villa San Lorenzo for 2 days and it was a very pleasant stay... The hotel is just 2 km from the Roma Termini station and you can go around the city by tram which you may get within 500 m walking distance. The people at the reception are very cordial and friendly. I enjoyed my stay at Rome greatly.
Don't let the look of the area fool you. The area is nice and we had no problems everyone was friendly. The hotel was lovely a hidden gem. Staff were very friendly. They showed us what public transport to use to get were we wanted to go and what number tram we needed. The tram stop is 2 minute walk and goes right to the Colosseum or you can jump of and onto the metro for the Vatican. So easy although public transport gets busy. The hotel room was exactly what we needed for our trip. Bed was comfortable and a good size. The room was a good size for us. The shutters on the window was amazing at shutting out the morning light. Shower a little small but perfectly usable even for my 6ft3 partner. Room was cleaned daily. Breakfast was a continental selection and only €5. Only thing that was a problem was you could hear a lot of what was going on in the corridor people going in and out of their room but that was the only thing. Overall we had a very good stay here and would stay again …
The hotel itself was on the low end of okay. The initial impression of the lobby and front entrance was positive with cute bistro tables and Jazz music playing, it was a fun funky vibe. The room wasn’t as charming. I am a value traveler so I don’t mind a simple room as long as it is clean. This passed on cleanliness but the decor was tired and not in a quaint charming way but more like cheap furniture that was scratched up and worn out. Bed was two twins pushed together and the mattress was hard and lumpy. The outlet by the bed didn’t work so thank goodness I had an extension cord. A light bulb was missing in the bathroom. The shower was so small that I couldn’t bend down to wash my legs and I couldn’t straighten out my arm. The walls were super thin and there was a noisy racket whenever a room near mine flushed the toilet. The neighborhood was oversold when described as avant-garde with art galleries, urban art, boutique restaurants and charming cafes. I’m an adventurous traveler who enjoys being off the beaten path and neighborhoods with character. It pains me to say that this was NOT it. I found streets filled with rubbish, dog poop and actual garbage. Graffiti and not skilled or artistic. There were virtually no shops to be found. I walked a lot and only found one restaurant of any quality and few small pizza & sandwich shops that were like eating in a 7-11 at home. I can’t remember ever giving such a low score, but here it is. I might have given the hotel more credit if the description of the neighborhood hadn’t been so misleading. BTW...the airport shuttle is €50 and my taxi from the train station was €20 and €14 for the departing ride.…
Our room was sufficient with a good bathroom, my husbands sisters room could have been better, but it was clean and we were not there much. The hotel is small and in an out of the way area, so more reasonable. Breakfast each morning was great. They had a small bar and were always gracious to us to bring it out the drinks on the patio so we could enjoy. The area around it was mostly young people at University,so the prices at restaurants were more reasonable then if you were in the real tourist area. We found a great place to eat for both nights we were there. The price of a few taxi's was worth it.
Let me start by saying that due to the issues with one of two rooms, the manger comped us our breakfasts and our city taxes. I appreciated the gesture and it did ameliorate our opinions. Issues concerned the AC not working in the room, a fairly strong mildew odor, and their inability to do anything about it. The second room was a bit worn and it was obvious that the cable TV signal had been split so many times the TV was useless (we only wanted to check local weather forecast and news). The hotel is still OK and they did several things quite right. The breakfast staff is fantastic and bent over backwards to take care of us in the mornings. The outer and inner courtyards are quaint and very pleasant. The hotel also arranged a van service to take us to the airport that was 70 euro, which is the same price as riding the train from the main train station. We found three very nice restaurants within 400 meters of the hotel (Italian, gourmet burgers, and Roma pizza). The hotel is 100m from the Line 3 trolley line, which was great for moving toward tourist sites.…