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Les Chambres d'Or Hotel
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Reviewed July 15, 2010

We had originally booked to stay somewhere else, but, the day before we travelled, I had an email to say the air conditioning had broken and we had to stay someone else. I stressed to start with as we had trawled through 1000's of hotels to choose the hotel we were originally going to stay in. I have no idea what that hotel would have been like, but the Les Chambres d'Or was lovely. The reception staff were very helpful, the room was small but very nicely decorated and clean. The bathroom, again, was small, but had a lovely shower and plenty of hot water. The rooms are across the road from reception and the restaurant, but that isn't a problem. The breakfast was lovely. Pastries, meats, fruit and yoghurts. Coffee and tea, juice available too. The hotel is central and not far from the Vatican area. There was air conditioning. The windows are double glazed and there was sometimes some noise from the street clearner in the early hours, but I think you would hear that whatever hotel you were staying in. July is very hot and perhaps not the best time to visit, but if you are ok with air conditioning (which I am not!) then you would have a good night's sleep. I would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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1  Thank CanaryFairy
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Reviewed July 12, 2010

This hotel was a nice find although not an easy one. The reception area is small and not marked very well. Our cab driver was convinced that it was closed and we were out of luck.. It is reasonably priced and in a decent area of the city. Our room was very comfortable and decorated very nicely. The air conditioning worked fine. The only downside that I saw was the very small size of the bathroom. If you dropped soap in the shower, you had to back out of the shower stall to pick it up. The desk staff was very friendly and helpful recommending a very good nearby restaurant .

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Thank UsaTrvlpro
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Reviewed July 10, 2010

My 15 year old daughter and I stayed at Hotel Les Chambres D'Or for 17 nights as a "cheaper" alternative to a "typical" led-by-the-hand "tour." Quite frankly, there's nothing better than "living," "experiencing," and truly enjoying the sights, sounds, smells, and culture vs. a quick trip that rushes you through a checklist of places to visit, things to see, etc. Les Chambers D'Or was reasonable enough in price to allow us to stay for a long period of time in Rome -- time enough to get out-and-about, and even take a couple of days of just staying in and watching videos and relaxing. The hotel is very well situated at about a quarter mile from the Vatican on a nice relatively "quiet" street (for Rome, that is, since there wasn't that much traffic on the street itself). As many others have noted, the metro is about a five mintute walk from the hotel, and there are countless restaurants, cafes, and even gelatto places, near the hotel. What was truly helpful was that right next to the lobby is a small grocery store that sells 1L bottled water for 1 EU, which is the thing to do: buy a bunch of these bottles and use them to refill smaller bottles that you can carry with you (unless you prefer to spend 2-3 EU for a tiny bottle of water, or 3-5 EU for a can of soda, at a restaurant. The grocery store has cookies, fresh fruit, kleenex in case you get sick, etc...good cross-section of items. But back to the hotel: Accomodations: roomy with two twins that can be put together to turn into a queen; LCD TV with cable (no DVD or VCR); super-dark curtains/shades that will make you think it's midnight even at noon...outstanding windows that keep ALL the street noise out...wish high-end hotels in the USA had this configuration; telephone with free local calls...can't make toll-free calls (800) due to "restrictions and contractual arrangements" with the hotel's long-distance telephone service provider; high-speed internet throughout, and free....but confirm via email with hotel staff before you get there to avoid any possible "confusion" when you get there...nothing like having a printed copy of an email on hand in which they promise free wifi, just in case (I do this everywhere I travel, even in the USA, so nothing against the hotel); the room itself is "smallish" compared to customary USA standards, but not by much; the bathroom is a good size; others complain about the shower being small, but it shouldn't be a factor if you are "normal" size...if you are overweight/obese, well, you'll have a hard time fitting in anywhere, so please don't whine about "tiny showers"; housekeeping service is efficient and does a good job cleaning up...plenty of nice, clean, good-sized, towels; there is a small refrigerator built into the desk (we discovered it the day we left...haha); yes, there are non-contiguous "wings" to the hotel of various rooms, but they are separated behind a separate, private, keyed, hall door that is not accessible to the other building tenants; for those with any doubts: THE A/C WORKS PERFECTLY WELL AND IS EXTREMELY COLD, IF THAT'S HOW YOU WANT IT...we had to turn it up a bit at night, and had to use a blanket....so you can set whatever temperature makes you happy...if you can't figure out how to use the A./C, just ask the front desk and they will be glad to show you. Breakfast is OK, and free: includes coffee, tea, etc.; consists of boiled eggs, a couple of cereals; yoghurt; a couple of choices of fruit; LOTS of choices of rolls, sandwhiches, etc., with ham, cheese, fruit, and other fillings. No hot foods, but it's a VERY SOLID breakfast -- much more extensive than the typical "continental" breakfast. Location: My daughter and I walked 10-20 miles per day, on average; we only took the metro a couple of times...the only way to get to know the culture is to live it. If you don't want to walk, take the metro or get a more centrally located hotel on the other side of the river (I would recommend somewhere away from Trevi and Navona, but in the "general vicinity" of those locales...that's what I would do next time, simply to be a bit closer to "the sights"). I'll be happy to talk specifics with you in private, but the bottom-line is that the Hotel Les Chambers D'Or is a marvelous hotel, good location, great accomodations, "reasonable" price (vs other hotels), solid staff, and I would MOST CERTAINLY recommend it. PS Best things we saw: 1. Pallatine Hill (Forum is overrated); 2. Ostia Antica...do web search on getting there via metro...MUCH nicer than Pompeii, and closer, cheaper, less crowded, bigger, greener, less dusty, etc.... 3. Villa Bourghese, including the museum

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with family
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Thank JoseTucson
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Reviewed June 26, 2010

This hotel was clean and very charming. The towels were the softest ever and there were plenty of them! Our room was small but that is to be expected in Europe. Breakfast was included at 120 Euros/night. Junior was the man at the front desk and he couldn't have been more friendly and helpful. The morning that we left, we had to go before breakfast began but Junior had someone come in early so that we could eat before our flight. He also made some phone calls for us about our car that was to pick us up the morning we left. This hotel is within walking distance to the Vatican and the metro which is easy and cheap to use and some great sidewalk cafes.

  • Stayed: June 2010, traveled with friends
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1  Thank Janice T
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Reviewed May 10, 2010

We wanted a hotel close to the Vatican and were not disappointed.
The hotel is spread across three buildings with a separate reception (which was moved during our visit) and an adjacent cafe, owned by the hotel.
Our room was across the street from Reception, with key access to the building, to the floor, and finally to the room. There was also video surviellance to the floor.
The hotel Reception and cafe have been developed recently. Reception is now located beside the cafe. The cafe serves breakfast to guests, as well as catering all day to casuals who pass by. This is much better than earlier reports suggested for the previous arrangement.
Our room was fine, slightly small but sufficient space to move around our four pieces of luggage. An iron and ironing board were provided in the room, unlike in Florence where they are forbidden in three star hotels.
The bathroom was roomy, and the shower was excellent.
However, note that the hotel is close to the Vatican, and hence is a long way from the Colisseum and Pantheon, plus the other attractions of Rome. If you are reasonably fit, the Colisseum is a good walk.
The reception will book tours for you. We booked the Naples and Pompeii tour, but were not impressed by the tour organisation itself. The tour could have been much better organised, but that is the fault of the tour operator, not the hotel.

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled as a couple
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