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XX Settembre

Via del Macao 6, 185 Rome Italy
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Just a short walk from Via Nazionale, the famous Via Veneto and numerous important Ministries, the IN HOTEL XX SETTEMBRE welcomes you to a charming environment that combines ancient Rome with the Rome of modern business. The hotel is situated in a late-nineteenth century building, where modern comfort merges perfectly with tradition. The cordial style of the hotel, the attention to detail and the courtesy of the staff offer guests a sophisticated yet friendly environment. All rooms have private bath, air conditioning, mini-bar and satellite TV and are furnished with an elegance and refinement that will satisfy even the most demanding guests.
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Property amenities
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Free internet
Free breakfast
Airport transportation
24-hour security
Baggage storage
24-hour check-in
24-hour front desk
Public wifi
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
Non-smoking hotel
Express check-in / check-out
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Non-smoking rooms
Air conditioning
Flatscreen TV
Bath / shower
Hair dryer
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English, French, Italian
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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
200Restaurantswithin 0.3 miles
37Attractionswithin 0.3 miles
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.
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Hotel and staff were great but I had a problem when I arrived at the hotel at 9 o’clock in the evening there was no one on reception there was a number to ring which someone eventually answered after many attempts but unfortunately my phone died on me. There was no where I could charge my phone so I thought I was going to finish up sleeping in the reception. Luckily someone turned up at quarter past 11
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Pictures and details advertised in Tripadvisor not accurate, particularly given I based my decision to stay on the information provided. There is certainly no 24 hour front desk, but rather a doorbell which someone attends too, I arrived late due to delayed flight at about 10pm, thus tired and it took 3 rings before someone came to the door. Not a great start.. then when I saw the room it was nowhere near the pictures shown in Tripadvisor, room was small,smell of stale water, no light and small box windows facing back of building. Ventilation was poor and felt like air got rather stale after an hour or so. Noisy for some time perhaps due to aircon. So not a great start to the holiday, in fact I ended up not sleeping first night due to the room. No safe / hair dryer or minibar as indicated in tripadvisor. Issue in terms of access into Hotel came up on two other occasions, namely no one at reception and no response to the doorbell that meant I had to go and pass the time at restaurant in the hope that someone lets me in. On third occasion I really was losing confidence, namely never knew how long I would have to wait before I would be let into hotel.. especially again after a tiring hot day walking around. On the plus side it is well located with satisfactory breakfast and nice staff who did try and resolve issues when they were raised. Fresh towels and room cleaned daily, but the mentioned smell never disappeared. I plan to go back Rome, but given issues raised and having stayed in the hotel in all honesty I would try to find another place with 24 hour front desk attendance or a better means to access hotel. I would suggest the owner either addresses the issues or update the advert in Tripadvisor.
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Myself & my partner got engaged in Rome in March 2017 so we came back for a 2nd go around, to pick up bits we missed & to see the many things we loved. We picked this hotel via loveholidays, the location was close to where we stayed before so we felt comfortable getting to & from there. I will admit I was a shade worried when I read some of the reviews, turns out there was nothing to be worried about. I will start with the less good stuff, our room had a fairly low ceiling, at 6'1"(186cm) this was a problem, and a headache once in a while. The shower was also a bit hit & miss. The pressure & heat were fine but the fitting was loose & curtain over long. The window was narrow too, though that to me wasn't an issue, I wasn't at the hotel for a view & the lack of early morning light helped with sleeping. Now the good stuff.... the bed was comfy & the room quiet,the staff were full of enthusiasm, suggestions & advice. The breakfast, which has occasionally come in for crictism, was very good. I'm not sure what people expect from the hotel breakfast wise but the selection was good. As for the location it is ideal, the central station is 10 mins away & can be reached from Leonardo di Vinchi in 30 mins. Walking into the tourist areas takes between 20 mins & an hour depending on where you head to -the Appian Way was an hour or so, Trevi around 20 mins - and public transport is frequent. In an ideal world this would let me go 3.5* but as it can't I am inclined to go high as our experiance was a positive one and the lost marks are not a reflection of the hotels delivery but of its limitations. Oh & we will be returning.
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The hotel is next to the main railway station, good restaurants around, it is a good starting point to do sightseeing by foot, The hotel is very clean and the employees are kind and give good advices for trips and restaurants. The rooms are fairly ok for that price. During night you did not hear any noise from the traffic around.
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Stayed for a week in February with my wife and 3 children. Had 2 rooms next to each other (one double, one triple). Both rooms were bright, spacious and spotlessly clean. Breakfast was good - always plenty of food, juice, hot drinks. Location of hotel is good - not far from the train and metro stations and plenty of nice restaurants nearby. Hotel staff very helpful and friendly. An excellent city break in Rome!
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$69 - $201 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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ItalyLazioRomeCastro Pretorio / Termini / Centro / Esquilino
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