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Hotel Andreotti
Ranked #267 of 1,269 Hotels in Rome
Reviewed October 11, 2012

I had a very nice stay at this hotel which is very cozy and pleasant. The room was quite and nice, the bath not so modern but clean and towels changes daily, the breakfast had little of everything for everyone. I’ve enjoyed staying at this hotel which is close to Termini station.
The lobby and the elevator are architectural jewels which made me feel in another age.
I recommend a stay here.

  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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conte66, Responsabile reception at Hotel Andreotti, responded to this reviewResponded October 12, 2012

We thank you for your beautiful words, we are glad we made ​​your stay in Rome a pleasant way, thank you on behalf of all the staff and we hope to have you again as our customers

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Reviewed October 3, 2012

On paperwork this looked like it would be a nice hotel, in reality this proved to be a disappointment.
Booking into reception, very bad attitude, not at all helpful
Room - small single beds, very outdated, bathroom - fixtures and fittings hanging off the walls
Breakfast - adequate but again staff not very polite and helpful
Lift - has been described in other reviews as quaint, I would call it dangerous, the doors did not close properly, a child could easily put their fingers in it whilst going up and down

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank Jackie H
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Reviewed September 22, 2012

My wife and I stayed 5 days at this hotel and found it's location convenient and close the Termini and all bus routes. The room itself was very dated and the beds were small singles. the bathroom shower was 2ft x 2ft and very confined. The room and hotel were clean and the elevator was a real experience "ancient" but worked well.The front desk staff were very helpful and efficient. No english tv sucked! The breakfast was really good with a good selection!

  • Stayed: September 2012, traveled with family
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2  Thank Garry J
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

We stayed for 4 nights and found it very comfortable. The room was small but ample. Although very close to the Termini, 5 mins walk, it was quiet and easy to sleep. The decor was very old Italian although clean and recent. The lift was bit shaky but quaint.
In the room was clean. There was no tea or coffee vacility but we did get hot water and cups when we asked at reception. The shower was small and it shot water sideways all soaking the whole bathroom The tv is only in Italian and as we don't go out much at night it was annoying, in hotels here you can choose your language on tvs. The staff were mainly nice and helpful. You had to pay €3 for computer use even if you just wanted to book you flight seats. Breakfast was good with plenty of choice. Very good location for getting to attractions, airport, trains or buses. Most things were walking distance. Supermarket is just round corner, although shut on Sunday afternoons, and the nearby restaurants were very good and reasonable. We had great time and would probably stay there again if we returned to Italy.

  • Stayed: August 2012
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3  Thank Essexbirds25
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Reviewed August 21, 2012

We stayed at the hotel Andreotti for 3 nights during August and found it to be perfect for our needs. First of all the hotel: looked good, particularly the lounge and bar area which had a renaissance feel to the decor (ornately carvered furniture, chandeliers etc). We were given a room on the ground floor which was pretty small but still perfect for our needs. The a/c was brilliant and an absolute godsend in the August heat. The room was well decorated, sound proofed and pitch black on a night which meant you got a great nights sleep. Our only gripe was the shower cubicle which was pretty small as my girlfriend and I are quite tall.

We found all the staff to be very welcoming and helpful, particularly the younger guy who worked in the bar. He always made sure we were taken care of and gave us pistachios and crisps with our drinks. The bar was quite well priced (4 euros for a glass of red wine the size of a goldfish bowl! Beer was same price for a litre bottle). The bar did close quite early though which was a shame as we would have liked a nightcap. Breakfast was ok with a good variety but nothing to write home about. Although the fruit juice they served was pretty rank!

The Hotel was ideally situated for sightseeing but be careful if you go wondering about, particularly at night, as the surrounding area is a bit rough (especially round the termini station)

Rome itself: what can you say? The sights are awesome and theres something interesting to see on every street, not just the "main attractions". Take my advice, don't go in August as it is hotter than the surface of the sun! Its worse as most buildings are built from white marble so reflect the sun and make the narrow streets like ovens! It's so hot that when you walk along the paths you leave footprints in the tarmac!

The food is excellent, even in the smaller snack bars and cafes, but alcohol is very expensive and there aren't many bars. The public transport is a real eye opener, you are like sardines in a very hot can so try to walk as much as you can. It can be daunting at first, but once you know the main streets your ok. When you arrive at the attractions, don't be suckered into the "line skipping" guided tours. They charge extornionate prices (often for attractions that have free entry) and your never queueing for long even in peak season! We queued for 40 mins to get into the coliseum and saw groups of guided tours who were supposedly getting in quicker stood outside being lectured by "knowledgable" tour guides! We paid 12 euros each for a ticket which included entry to the Palatino and Roman Forum, which the guides were selling for 40 euros!

Finally, the locals. Aside from our hotel staff and the majority of waiters the people are not at all welcoming or friendly. They scowl at you if you speak English and scowl at you if you attempt to speak Italian! Top tip, learn some Italian phrases, you'll need them! The saying goes "when in Rome, do as the Romans do", well in that case leave your manners at the airport and get ready to elbow and shoulder charge your way through the streets. I can safely say not an hour went by where I didn't want to give somebody a slap for being rude/ungrateful/sleazy or just plain weird!

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conte66, Responsabile reception at Hotel Andreotti, responded to this reviewResponded October 12, 2012

Thank you for your review and your recommendations
Glad that you found you well and that everything went well during your stay in Rome

thank you on behalf of all the staff, especially Robert, the guy at the bar
thank you
regards

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Reviewed August 18, 2012

Very nice hotel, location is just perfect- 5 min walk from termini station.
Rooms are also nice- clean and comfertable.. Tough the AC is very old so takes a lot of time to cool the room...
Breakfast spread is decent- not many options for vegetarians...
Overall was very satisfied with the hotel and would recommend it to people

  • Stayed: August 2012
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1  Thank RuchikaT
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Reviewed August 18, 2012

The only good thing about the hotel that is located near the Terimini station(5 min walking). at first the hotel looked very nice, the breakfast that is included is good. The appearance of the hotel is pretty. But!!, when you look closely you find many malfunctions. the curtains in our room fall down when we where out(room 211),when we came back and found that we have been told that it will be fixed in half an hour,so we wait and wasted our time,after an hour we remind them, and they say that they will be right there, after one more hour we been told that it will be fixed when we leave the room(so we need to leave the room,on our vacation,on the time we want to rest in the hotel after wait for more then 3 hours!). Then we find out we need to pay tax for the city,(we pay infront all the money for the hotel). 2 euro per person per night. we wanted to find out what it was about, and the guy in the reception yelled at us(Jossepe). he said he is tired \: and dont want to speak with us. we understand a little bit Italian, and we heared a recist comment,when i asked him in english what did he said he told me that he is just speaking to his friend. thats really ruind our staying in rome, thank god we had relatives in Florence. the next morning we left the hotel. we paid for 4 days, left after after 2 nights,and paid 8 euros tax. this is a horrible hotel, the staff dont care about you,more over they are raceist.

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  • Stayed: August 2012, traveled as a couple
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Address: Via Castelfidardo 55, 00185 Rome, Italy
Location: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Esquilino , Castro Pretorio
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi )
Hotel Style:
#168 Family Hotel in Rome
#277 Romantic Hotel in Rome
Price Range: $63 - $162 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Andreotti 3*
Number of rooms: 53
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Andreotti Hotel reserves you a quiet corner in the center of Rome.A few steps from main tourism, business and shopping district, is able to offer hospitality different, on a human scale. The secret lies perhaps in small size and the care that the Mariani family, which owns the hotel, puts it in daily management.The rooms are all soundproofed, perfectly quiet and spacious, with elegant and comfortable furnishings. They are all equipped with bathroom, telephone, free wifi, hairdryer, trouser press, safe, air conditioning and led TV.Breakfast is included in the price and consists of a rich buffet to start the day ..... a really good omen with a wide selection of cakes, croissants, selection of yogurt, toast, eggs, syrup and of season fruit, honey and English marmalades.For a good coffee, a drink or a snack, the bar is open all day.Hotel Andreotti is an essential point of reference for those who want to experience Rome in full freedom: very close to the main Termini Station, Air Terminal to the airport of Fiumicino and Ciampino, only a few steps from the shopping street Via Nazionale and well connected with all public transport and tourist. ... more   less 
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