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Hotel Porta Pia

Via Messina 25, 00198 Rome Italy
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The Hotel Porta Pia offers 19 comfortable and newly renovated rooms near Via Veneto and Porta Pia. Our 3 star hotel in the historical centre of Rome offers top quality hotel services in addition to also offering guests a hotel bar and free Wi-Fi access.
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Property amenities
Paid private parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast available
Airport transportation
Baggage storage
Concierge
24-hour front desk
Express check-in / check-out
Free internet
Wifi
Public wifi
Internet
Shuttle bus service
Newspaper
Non-smoking hotel
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Air conditioning
Housekeeping
Safe
Flatscreen TV
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Languages Spoken
English, Spanish, Italian
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The hotel has a good location near to the city center, the staff is incredibly friendly and helpful. The rooms were clean. Unfortunately, the walls were thin so we could hear our neighbours having a shower and talk very loudly late at night. Nevertheless, it is a very good price/value accomodation that I can suggest to everybody.
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If you want a place away from the zillion tourists and noise, this is a good choice. It’s a real neighborhood and you really get a feel for life in Rome. It’s near transportation but also a good walk to gardens and Trevi fountain, Spanish steps and other attractions. Good restaurant nearby called Trattoria Disco where the waiter was fun and pizza excellent. Rooms were very nice although our air conditioning didn’t work. Receptionists were friendly and helpful. Cute old style elevator. Breakfast ok. Very nice stay!
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The people over there think that they are giving a 5 star service where as the quality is worse than even a normal hotel.The reception is so rude and they behave as if they are doing a favour for uss.
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One of the worst and most disgusting hotels I have ever seen. DO NOT STAY HERE! When we arrived at the hotel, we couldn’t even get inside the front doors, we had to wait until someone left the building. Also, there was no wheelchair accessibility up the multiple steps. In addition, the hotel said they had a shuttle service but failed to tell us we would have to pay a driver cash instead of usually paying the hotel for the service like the other arrangements we had made in Spain and London. Then 3 of us and our luggage tried to squeeze in the tiny elevator up to the second floor but didn’t fit. When we finally got to the main desk, the man did not speak English and struggled to find our reservation that we made months in advance. Once he found, I say lightly, the reservation, he grabbed a key and showed us to room 15 which ALREADY HAD SOMEONE’S BELONGINGS IN IT! Not even noticing, my mother kept saying that people were already in this room. He apologized and got another set of keys and showed us room 16 which only had one bed when we made reservations for three people. He then grabbed another key and showed me to a different room, room 13. Once inside our separate rooms. We began noticing an abundance of issues (photos won’t upload on here but can be seen on Yelp). 1) the toilet seat handle broke right off. 2) there were multiple kids of BUGS flying, crawling around, and biting us! (Maybe even bed bugs i assume). 3) the toilet and the bidet were way too close together, even for someone like me that has small legs. 4) there were missing knobs on the bottom draws of the nightstands. 5) broken trash can. 6) the set into the bathroom was NOT marked properly and both my mom and dad tripped on the step sending their head almost into the bidet. 7) wall pepper was falling off everywhere 8) the batteries for the safe were missing in one room and 9) the safe was missing from the other room. Once we called our travel agent for help, she talked with the man’s son who argued that they have no problems and no bugs (clearly proven wrong by the photos and videos I took) and demanded that we at least pay for two nights even though we never unpacked and left three hours after being there because it was SO disgusting. DO NOT STAY HERE! It is unsafe and unsanitary. Don’t go through the haste of traveling all the way here to get bit by bugs, try to find another hotel, and get a refund from these people.
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the room was a little small but very clean and cozy ; the location is good, close to Termini station and to the busses to reach the Historical center (60 and 62). It was a good experience, reccomended
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PRICE RANGE
$59 - $138 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
ItalyLazioRomeSalario
NUMBER OF ROOMS
19
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