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Reviewed July 6, 2013

....it wouldn't have been this one. As part of a Cosmos tour group I had no say in where I stayed. This is one of the worst hotels I have had the displeasure to stay in. As commented elsewhere, the rooms are very outdated, some big, some small. My rooms on the 7th floor for the 1st four days were enormous: sparsely furnished lounge, dining room & non-operational kitchen, and a big bedroom with huge ensuite. Aircon only in the bedroom and as I was by myself, I moved one of the lounge armchairs into the bedroom and lived in there. The toilet seat kept slipping sideways, reported but not fixed. The sliding doors to the balcony were very difficult to lock. The shower tray would fill up with water before I'd even finished washing my hair and was overflowing by the time I'd completed my ablutions. There was no carpet either in these rooms or the passages on this floor.
The food - what can I say. Very, very limited choices: stale buns with slices of ham or cheese. Cornflakes or muesli with tinned peaches or fruit salad. Yoghurt or milk. Paper-thin slices of pumpkin or sultana loaf and a pastry filled with chocolate. Hot drinks from a multi-choice push-button machine and overly sweet artificial flavoured 'fruit' drinks. Individually wrapped butter pats and jams. That's it. The stale buns were the worst: the crusts were rock hard and once you broke into them, there was no soft bread inside - empty.
The grounds are very nice, with gardens, statues, etc, even a pool, but you had to pay extra to use the pool, extra to hire a towel. Wi-fi is 5 euros for 3 hours or 10 euros for the day. None free anywhere. My 'all-world' electrical adaptor didn't fit the Italian system and they had no adaptors to lend clients. You could take your phone/tablet etc downstairs and leave it charging on the counter if you dared. There was absolutely no information in the rooms about anything - hotel service (none as far as I could make out) no information about the surrounding district. There didn't appear to be any porter service, either.
My bedroom on the 2nd floor on our return to Rome was very small, not even an armchair to sit in, just two uncomfortable upright dining chairs. The bathroom was poky and the bidet was obviously an afterthought as the bathroom door had to be fully opened to be able to get passed it. At least this time I had a hand-held shower head over the bath so didn't have to rush to avoid flooding the room. Also, the passage and inside the room were carpeted, albeit with patches sewn together in places.
The location of the hotel is in a poor district with virtually no facilities. It was about a 500m walk to the nearest Metro or you could catch the 246 bus and go 2 or 3 stops - the hotel is equidistant between them. There was a nice little pizzeria (Aurelia Antica, I think it's called) and next door a lovely Gelateria, both with very helpful staff and pizzas and gelato at half the price of those in the city. There was another cafe round the corner & across the road, Cornelia Cafe, where you had free wi-fi if you bought a coffee and something to eat. Again, reasonable prices compared to the city.
The good point was the staff who were friendly and as helpful as they were able with the limited services available. I enjoyed learning a new Italian word every day from the gateman who must've enjoyed our daily chat as he was confined to his little box, raising and lowering the barrier arm to all vehicles.

Room Tip: Choose another hotel for a good room!
  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 3, 2013 via mobile

When you first drive up, your thinking that this is really posh hotel but once your in your room, it felt like an apartment. The beds were old and the showers were tiny. No microwave or safe box. The restaurant food was very undesirable. They cater to student tour groups. I had to stay there because I was with a tour group but won't make that mistake again. Budget hotel all the way. Horrible scenery on the patio. Your facing apartment buildings, with people starring at you. Very thin walls. You can hear people talking in the next room.

  • Stayed: March 2013
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Thank adventurermom
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Reviewed June 16, 2013

Stayed here for just a couple of nights at beginning and end of tour. Rooms spacious but very dated as are bathrooms. Really just a place to lay your head. Breakfasts were abysmal. Stale rolls, tinned fruit, luke-warm coffee, hot water. Highlight was the friendly staff. Barman (can't remember his name) was very helpful and friendly - gave him a nice tip as he deserved it. Also hotel grounds are lovely. This hotel appears to be used mainly for tour groups.

  • Stayed: June 2013, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank Lizzy515
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Reviewed June 3, 2013

Roomy but old hotel, bathroom is very very outdated, are you ready for a cold shower, worst breakfast in Europe. Room has kitchenette and sink but no water. Elevator for 4 people. Very Old fashioned hotel, needs makeover

  • Stayed: May 2013, traveled on business
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Thank ayange21
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Reviewed May 29, 2013

Sorry I have got to say not a great hotel, looks nice is located away from road so is not noisy but very old and nothing has been done to change this.
Yes you get lots of room but who goes to Rome to stay in their room and enjoy space?
Was here as part of a tour group and found this hotel wanting, was greeted with clean sheets but dirty bathroom, not filthy just needed an extra good clean.
Not recommended

Stayed: April 2013, traveled with friends
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