My mom and I visited Rome in early September. We chose the Hotel Due Torri Roma for the location, understanding from a review we'd read in a well-respected guide book, that the rooms were over-priced but the hotel was well-situated. Choosing location over price, I booked our stay in advance selecting a seemingly spacious room (from the picture on the hotel's website) that had a balcony. When we checked in, we were given a room on the first floor which was small, dark and had a window with fixed shutters that we couldn't open. There was hardly space to turn around. We went back to the desk to request a different room and were told there weren't any. I was very disappointed, but didn't want to spend time and energy tracking down different accommodations for our short three-night stay. Besides, we had reservations at the Borghese Gallery in a hour.
As it turned out, we were grateful for the Hotel Due Torri's proximity to good restaurants, museums and other cultural destinations. We were able to walk almost everywhere, calling taxis only to get to the train station and the airport. Our room was fairly quiet except for minor noise from the street/alley just outside the window. The hotel staff was helpful (other than finding another room). Since we spent so little time at the hotel, the positive aspects (location, location) outweighed the negatives. I'd stay at hotel Due Torri again, but would insist (at the time of booking) on a room with a balcony a few stories up.
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