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Villa Morgagni
Ranked #364 of 1,271 Hotels in Rome
Reviewed February 22, 2014 via mobile

Absolutely wonderful hotel. Everyone was so nice. The roof-top breakfast they provide is excellent. The rooms are smaller than what I'm used to here in California, but I'm in Rome. I didn't come here to see a huge hotel room. It was perfect for my wife and I. A couple days we needed to leave real early, before they serve breakfast, and the nice gentleman, Claudio, had a special breakfast all ready for us in the lobby. I was surprised how warm and friendly the staff was. Truly an excellent hotel. I would recommend this hotel to anyone. It was a great experience.

  • Stayed: February 2014
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Reviewed February 17, 2014

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 10, 2014

This hotel, located on a lot away from the boulevard and hidden behind another building is very quiet and is really the place to stay if you don't want to be in the center of the tourist route. Located a bit outside of the very center of Rome, close (100 yard) to the metro station Policlinico which is two stops from the central train station Termini. The decoration of this hotel with its wood and marble décor gives you the feeling of well being. Although the room we occupied was not very large it was big enough to have a King size (180cm) bed with an incredible comfortable mattress. The buffet breakfast on the closed-in terrace on the roof is copious and served until 10:30 which leaves you time to sleep. The hotel personnel speak some English and French. They are very helpful when information is needed. We adored stay at the Morgagni and will definitely stay there again on our next visit to Rome

  • Stayed: February 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 22, 2014

Stayed here following a few days in Athens. Hotel in quiet location quite close to metro but also 15/20 minute walk only to mainline termini (which I would recommend if the weather permits). Travelling on the metro is not pleasant experience in Rome, pickpockets everywhere. The hotel reception staff are friendly and helpful but the hotel does not have any relaxing areas for socialising. Rooms fairly small but very dark with little natural light. The bed was comfortable but the room temperature was uncomfortably hot sometimes. Breakfast was excellent with plenty of choice and attentive staff. Bathroom small but clean and modern with a good shower and complimentary products. Good size safe in room free of charge, and the only real downside was lack of free wifi, 10 euros per day and fairly poor signal. Would stay overnight at this hotel again, however would rather stay closer to the city so that the metro was not required. If travelling to Rome please be careful with wallets and phones, theft on the metro is so commonplace it makes you nervous to travel.

Room Tip: Room 307 has 2 windows so is a little brighter than our first room 309, but still very dark decor.
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  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed January 17, 2014

The hotel offers great, great breakfast, our room was little, but very nice and cleaned every day. Stuff was very friendly and helpful. Location great, there is a metro station across the street and if you decide to walk - it is about 15-20 min to city center. Also near the hotel there is great fast food restaurant ofering pizza, one of the best pizza, which we ate in Rome. I highly recomend this hotel!!!

  • Stayed: September 2013, traveled on business
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Reviewed November 29, 2013

Pros:
-Good location, a bit out of the way but only a two-minute walk from the Metro and 5-10 minutes to the bus line that takes you straight into the historic center.
-Room was clean, nicely-decorated, had a few surprise-and-delight features (heated towel rack, bidet, etc...although after a week in several hotels throughout Italy it appears that these are fairly standard in middle- to high-end accommodations)
-Includes delicious breakfast (surprised to see the complaints in other reviews, as a frequent Holiday Inn Express guest I guess I don't expect very much from free hotel breakfasts).
-Front desk staff was very friendly and helpful. We arrived at around 10:30 AM and asked if we could store our luggage until check-in time, and they instead offered us a room that was already available, no complaints or hesitation whatsoever.

Cons:
-Our room was small and awkwardly laid out. I expect small when traveling in Europe, but we've stayed in smaller rooms that work much better than this. The bathroom was particularly awkward, with a door that couldn't even open 90 degrees because the toilet was in the way.
-The heater in our room had a weird habit of resetting itself to about 24 degrees C every few hours, even after we set the temperature lower. We would wake up in the middle of the night sweltering,
-Very firm bed and thin pillows didn't make for a good night's sleep (combined with the heater issues). Italians seem to like their mattresses firm in general, but this was the least comfortable of our trip.
-Wifi is only free for the first hour. Rather stingy for a four-star hotel these days. Our other hotels all included free wifi for the entirety of our stay.
-Dining area staff needs a lesson in customer service. When we arrived for breakfast one morning, the waiter started complaining in Italian to the effect that we shouldn't be eating there, even after we showed our room key. We just kept getting our food and eventually he left us alone. We were generally very pleased with the customer service that we received from our hotels throughout our week in Italy, with the single exception of this episode.

Overall, our three nights at the Villa Morgagni weren't unpleasant, and the hotel represented decent value, but given the issues we experienced I expect that we'll look elsewhere during our next visit to Rome.

  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed November 8, 2013

We have just returned from a two centre trip to Rome and Venice and as part of our deal we upgraded to the Villa Morgagni. We stayed on the ground floor and the location was very peaceful but so close to the metro and only 4 stops to the Colisseum. It was a dark room but that was ok - it was very clean with a Jacuzzi bath in a spacious bathroom. The staff were excellent - a particular mention for Joanna on reception, who was incredibly helpful, and Joel who seemed to be everywhere. Downside really was that the bar closed very early but on the one occasion we got back in the early evening they suggested we sit on a little outside terrace and insisted that they delivered our drinks to us. We were told of the City tax which is added in Italy and is the responsibility of the hotel to collect so I can't understand other comments to say beware of hidden charges - it is only about 2 euros pp a night after all! Joanna also stressed that there are pickpockets and to be very vigilant on public transport - please be very aware of this as on a crowded metro train my husbands pocket was unzipped where his wallet was kept but he grabbed the arm that was there and on the next stop the young girl got off the train. They seem to travel in groups of 3 - the ones we saw were about 10 or 12. I am not saying this to put you off but you just need to make sure that no pockets are accessible if you are carrying valuables. Anyway, back to the hotel - good breakfast and they even opened up 15 minutes early one day as we had an early trip planned. I would recommend it for the location, helpfulness of the staff, cleanliness and comfort. I wouldn't recommend it though if you want to sit around in a hotel lounge or enjoy a late night cap.

Room Tip: We stayed in 105 - 3 windows in the room but due to heavy curtaining it was dark, no view but very c...
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  • Stayed: November 2013, traveled as a couple
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Additional Information about Villa Morgagni

Address: Via Giovanni Battista Morgagni 25, 00161 Rome, Italy
Location: Italy > Lazio > Rome
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Free Breakfast Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Room Service Shuttle Bus service Spa Suites Wheelchair access Airport Transportation
Hotel Style:
#36 Spa Hotel in Rome
#132 Business Hotel in Rome
#198 Luxury Hotel in Rome
#231 Family Hotel in Rome
#239 Romantic Hotel in Rome
Price Range: $75 - $247 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:4 star — Villa Morgagni 4*
Number of rooms: 34
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Rome Hotel Villa Morgagni is an elegant Liberty Villa built at the beginning of the 19th century and recently refurbished to unite warm hospitality with a tasteful ambience, a mixture which has created an exclusive atmosphere and refined hospitality. Positioned off the main road, thanks to its long driveway, it offers the advantage of an environment particularly silent and relaxing. For the business traveller, Villa Morgagni has a conference room. Start the day with a view while enjoying a gourmet breakfast in our Roof-top garden or finish it by relaxing in our Turkish bath and sauna or just lounging in our bar and lounge. Private parking is also available and the area is also and well served by the subway, bus line and taxi services to arrive to the historical center not far away. ... more   less 
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