We spent the night at the Trecento. Staff was absolutely fabulous, kind and helped in any way possible. Rooms are spacious and equipped with cool stuff like xbox, all controlled light and airconditon and more - kids could stay there forever... Location is also super, few meters from piazza venezia and forum romano and very close to all main city attractions. It was a pleasure!
Cheap and tacky. Could write about it for hours but we have wasted far too much of our holiday on this so called hotel already. There are loads of beautiful hotels in this location. Don’t do this one.
I found this hotel delightful. As I arrived Aurora was at reception desk. Very nice and very helpful. Loved the breakfast in the room. I stayed for 3 nights. Best location as well. Could see the Pizza Venezia from my window. Definitely good hotel and service
First, finding the place was a trick. You had to be buzzed in which is fine but it quickly went downhill from here. Our room was basically next to the front desk. You put in a code to open your room door and everything then is all electronic. We had to deal with mirrors all over the place. On the ceiling, behind our bed. What really made the hairs on our skin stand up, startling us awake at 3am was a quick light that went off, sounding like a flash from a camera. Barebones in everything from soap to any other amenity. Rome offers much better!
We enjoyed our stay at the Hotel Trecento during our visit to Rome. The hotel had a great location to the attractions with a lot of them being within easy walking distance. The hotel was also very close to several bustops for those slightly further afield trips. The rooms were quite nice and comfortable and breakfast was served in the room every morning.We would recommend this hotel for couples doing the tourist trip to Rome.
Stayed for 2 nights and would happily stay again. Great service, lovely room in a superb location. The hotel staff were always on hand and helpful. The room was spacious and very clean. Location is great for seeing all the main sites of Rome on foot
Loved, loved, loved this boutique hotel. Ideally located within a short distance of most of the city’s main attractions. The decor is futuristic offering a true dichotomy from the ancient ruins that abound. The colorful lighting around the bed can be chosen by the guest and as shown, I selected the “royal” purple for my personal ambiance. The rooms are impeccably clean and the huge king size bed was extremely comfortable. Breakfast was included in the rate and consisted of a traditional European breakfast...cold cuts, croissants, juice and coffee served beautifully on a silver platter. The staff is absolutely stellar and Evan was particularly gracious and incredibly kind. On my last night, I returned to my room to find my bed sprinkled with rose pedals, a glass of Prosecco, Witor’s Hazelnut candies and a lovely heart shaped bottle of perfume placed on a tray upon my bed. Thank you darling Evan for treating me like a princess and making my first trip to this fabulous city, forever and *eternally* memorable. Arrivederci Roma...a part of my heart will always remain.…
We were in Rome for 8 days and i was so lucky to choose this hotel! Yes its a botique hotel but it surpassed the rest of the hotels we stayed during our Europe Tour! High regards to Paul who gave us all the info we needed not rushing nor even got tired of our endless questions! The super big TV screen where we enjoyed our own Netflix account! The high tech lights all over the room, superb bed and huge toilet! Plus big cabinet space! Hotel is just 1 minute walk to the Piazza Venezia where u can get all the bus going around Rome, Hop on hop off ticket sellers also in the Piazza, grocery stores, Tram, walking distance to Pantheon. Thank you Hotel Trecento for our home away from home in Rome!
Simple hotel that was clean, with good service/value, nice staff and location was perfect. Hotel is on the 2nd floor. Take the cool elevator up, press the bottons of the door across, and the entrance door will be to your left. Location is why I picked this. Short walk to the Pantheon, 10-15 min walk to the Colosseum and Forum. Bus station to get to the Vatican (#64) was around the corner, and buses up Via Del Corso and shopping were across the street. The 'trendy' theme is the colored room lights. I actually liked it, and easy to operate after a 1 min tutorial by staff! TV was a different story...while simple is always better, not here. You need three remotes to operate the TV. Game controller to turn on the SAT box, a remote to turn on the TV, and a third to change channels. Would be easier if it was set up for a simple remote. Really was the only thing I could complain about, and it wasn't a big deal as we only used the tv during breakfast. Rest of the day, we were out of the room or sleeping. Breakfast is included, but served in your room. You need to order the night before. Recommendation I would make is to have the staff leave a "breakfast card" in the room to be filled out. Easier to see what's available, and you simply check the box you need and how many. We came from Rome–Fiumicino airport and took a shared shuttle to the hotel. You can find one at the counters near the taxi stand for 15 Euro per person. Trip took 35 minutes and you pay when you arrive at the hotel. Otherwise, Taxi is set price of 48 Euro, and that's what we took to return to the airport. Taking the train isn't worth the time.…
Hotel Trecento is located perfectly, the staff are amazing and our room is very modern (however so modern I find it sometimes difficult to understand putting the correct room lighting or temperature without needing the staff's assistance). Its a small boutique hotel so spaces are limited however I was still impressed with the hotel in general... I can't get over how close we are to everything amazing about Rome. Customer service is top notch !!! When in Rome, I will never hesitate to book a room with Hotel Trecento again and again.