This is one of many hotels in the area north of Termini Station. I cannot tell about the other ones, but can highly recommend the Montecarlo. The reception staff were always friendly, as the staff at breakfast were euqlly busy to serve hot beverages and refill empty plates at the buffet. Speaking of breakfast, the Montecarlo offers a greater variety than what I have experienced otherwise in Italy.
Our room no. 203 was cosy, though a bit dark due to dark blue and golden textile tapestries. The bathroom was large enough to not feel constricted in it and the cleaning staff also did a great job every day. The nights were quiet; but this might at least be partly due to the fact that our stay was in late October. There are five floors and a very new looking elevator.
Although this hotel is not as central as an average tourist (among which I would count ourselves) in Rome would want, there are various bus lines (among them no. 60, 61, and, the most important bus when you stay at this hotel, no. 62) which - on your back way back FROM the city TO the hotel - stop on Via Palestro, a very brief walk back to the hotel. The reception staff will gladly tell you where the buses leave FOR the city in Via XX Settembre. And there's always the option of walking to Piazza Repubblica and take the "red" metro, for example, to the Vatican Museums, or to walk to Castro Pretorio Station for the "blue" metro line and go directly to the Colosseum.
The Hotel Montecarlo and its staff have been an absolutely pleasant contribution to our 5-day-stay in Rome.
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