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Hotel Concordia
Ranked #658 of 1,273 Hotels in Rome
Reviewed June 4, 2010

Me and my husband stayed in the hotel for three nights. The staff was courteous and helpful, especially Laura and Simone who gave a lot of interesting trivia about Italian food, culture, family etc during our breakfast time. The buffet breakfast was simple but adequate. The room was clean and not too small. The bed was comfortable and we slept well without any noise issues. The bathroom was spacious to our surprise, but the shower area was the tiniest I have seen so far. We had no issues though, but elderly and overweight people will surely feel uncomfortable. The elevator is tiny, but it works and you can get your luggage up in multiple trips if you have to. Definitely better than not having one at all.

The best thing about the hotel was it was very close to some of the top sights in Rome - Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Trevi fountain, Piazza Navona are all within walkable distance. The Spagna subway station is also just a block or two away. The only time we had to use the subway was to go to Vatican city, Roman Forum and Coloseum. There are quite a few restaurants around the area and it is very safe to walk back to the hotel at night.

This was our first time in Rome and we loved our stay! Rome is a perfect blend of the ancient and modern. We definitely want to go back again and will recommend the hotel to other travellers.

  • Stayed: April 2010, traveled as a couple
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concordiaroma, Direttore at Hotel Concordia, responded to this reviewResponded June 11, 2010

Dear client
We are pleased to have somewhat contributed to make your stay unforgettable. Knowing also that thanks to our suggestions you will keep a splendid memory of Rome and of Hotel Concardia, makes us very happy

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Reviewed May 11, 2010

Great staff!
This hotel is a perfect location if you are on a CYTI break in Rome. You walk out of the hotel door and within 4 mins you are at the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish steps.
The staff were fantastic. Really nice and helpful.
The room is small but fine as on a city break you are only in the hotel to change clothes and sleep. It was spotless clean and comfortable.
Breakfast was continential and the lady running it is very efficient.
I would definitely stay here again and recommend it for short stays.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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concordiaroma, Direttore at Hotel Concordia, responded to this reviewResponded June 11, 2010

Dear Daniel,
Thank you for your beautiful review and for having shown the benefits offered at Hotel Concordia.
We will be happy to welcome you for your next visit to Rome.

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Reviewed May 6, 2010

I've stayed in Rome a lot of times. Probably over 20 times as I've been there with work a fair bit. The location of this hotel is good. And considering the location of the hotel the price is also good. But this was not a pleasant experience.

On the first night I realised that the air-con wasn't working. The room temperature was over 24 degrees and it was stuffy. If you know central Rome you'll know that opening a window isn't an option if you want to sleep!

Eventually I went downstairs (early hours of the morning). It was explained to me that the Italians didn't think it was hot, and that the air-con wouldn't be turned on until the 15th (a couple of weeks time). After a short discussion (which I had to do in Italian as the person downstairs at that time of morning couldn't speak much English) he decided to turn on the air-conditioning. Sadly he didn't know how, but at least he tried. The next morning the air-conditioning was working and although I had to tell them to turn it on again the next evening, it did stay on for the rest of the stay.

The rooms are noisy! Very noisy! You can hear whenever a room nearby turns on it's taps, shower, or flushes a toilet. Don't expect to get too much sleep!

The room was clean and nice, the bathroom was okay. Only news channels in English, but then spending much time in the hotel isn't why you go to Rome.

I know Rome pretty well, so didn't need to speak to staff about public transport, where to eat or where to go. I'm sure the other reviewers are right, and that they are very good. They seemed nice enough (despite the first night minor disagreement about whether the air-con should be turned on!).

Exploring Rome can be tiring. Being able to sleep at night is pretty important. Unless you are a really heavy sleeper or are comfortable wearing ear-plugs, then find another hotel.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed May 4, 2010

We chose this hotel based on previous good reviews and the website photo gallery, but were very let down respectively by the surly staff and the fact that the facilities did not reflect what was advertised on the hotel website.

The staffing problem was most evident around breakfast, which – despite being a scorching weekend in Spring – was not on the terrace as advertised, but in the dank basement. Dining facilities were tiny in comparison to the hotel capacity, so we queued for breakfast - during which the waiting staff ignored us. Both restaurant and Reception staff were constantly complaining about their working conditions and blaming colleagues, rather than attend to our polite requests that we be served food and be given the double room we had requested.

Breakfast was eaten is silence, drowned out by relentless whining from the waitress whenever additional guests arrived. The food was neither fresh nor chilled, its staleness matched only by the air in our room because the advertised air-conditioning did not work. We tried opening the window, but were frequently awakened by the heavy traffic outside and church bells on the adjacent building.

Rome is nonetheless my favourite European city. I have visited and stayed in many of it’s beautiful hotels and will do so many times more. But never again at this one.

  • Stayed: May 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed February 1, 2010

This is a nice small hotel in a busy, but charming part of the city. Friendly hotel personell, and a very nice located roof terrace.

  • Stayed: May 2009, traveled with friends
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Reviewed January 2, 2010

my husband just stayed 3 nights in Rome at Hotel Concordia. we booked this hotel based on tripadvisor reviews and we were very pleased!

for those travelling with big heavy bags... beware that not every area that goes up from the metro stations has escalators. you will be stuck going up/down stairs having to carry your heavy baggage. had we known we would have just taken a taxi to our hotel from the Termini station. but we managed to get there nonetheless... just my husband had some sore forearms from the baggage.

we were given room 101 and it had two twin beds in it. I had forgotten to ask for a double bed in the request form on their site when making the reservation but my husband and I decided to just keep the room without asking for another. it was a very small room but we were already expecting it to be because I know most European hotel rooms aren't large like American chain hotels. although the room was very small, but we managed just fine. there is a closet to hang things and we left our large bag at the foot of the bed. if our bag wasn't so stuffed it would have fit under the bed just to save some room. the lift is teeny tiny but we had the porter bring the bags up for us and we just went up the stairs since it was only one flight.

the bathroom is a good size and very very clean. the shower is on the small side, but it was just fine.

the service was great.. the hotel staff are very friendly and the breakfast was very nice to have included in the room rate. it is a very simple breakfast, some bread, pastries, cheeses, jams etc... but very good.

I brought my own travel iron and just ironed on the small desk in the bedroom. some people might get annoyed having to do this, especially if you have items that you have to spend time ironing with, but for our clothing I managed just fine. I am not sure if they provide iron/ironing boards at the hotel so that is why I brought my own iron.

while researching areas to stay in, we had first concentrated around Termini station, but after reading info that there are shady areas there, we decided to go toward the Spanish steps. Hotel Concordia is just a short walk away from the Spanish steps, Piazza del Poppolo, and also the Trevi fountain. we took the double decker bus to the Colosseum, but on new years eve we walked from our hotel to the colloseum, and it isn't that bad of a walk.. it felt good to walk in the cool weather since we come from such a hot country. we went to the Termini station a couple of times and walked around outside and we were very glad we decided to go near the Spanish steps instead...

they also give free internet access... but only in the lobby of the hotel.. we tried in our room anyways, and lucky us, the wireless worked in our room :) so that was another plus of being on the first floor.

before I go--for the double decker buses... we got the one named "Panoramic Tours". the bus itself was nice, but every time we went to a stop to wait for one, we saw a couple other double decker bus at least twice in the time we stood waiting. one is one that has Rome as the name and Ciao Rome. I would pick one of those two instead of Panoramic next time.

we are in Florence now but would go back to Hotel Concordia again in the future if we ever return to Rome.

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 13, 2009

We stayed 3 nights and were very impressed. The location is terrific - very close to the Spanish steps and Trevi fountain. The hotel is off the main road so it's quiet at night. Our room (504) was a good size, as was the bathroom. The bed was comfortable but the pillows weren't great. The water was hot but the shower head didn't work all that well (this wasn't a big deal though). Rooms are serviced daily. The staff were all very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is included in the cost of the room and is quite good. There is a tiny lift available. There are two Metro stations close by - Barberini and Spagna (the latter is probably a bit closer).

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled as a couple
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Address: Via di Capo Le Case 14, 00187 Rome, Italy
Location: Italy > Lazio > Rome > Colonna
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Free Breakfast Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly ) Room Service Airport Transportation
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Ranked #658 of 1,273 Hotels in Rome
Price Range: $73 - $211 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3 star — Hotel Concordia 3*
Number of rooms: 24
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
The Hotel Concordia situated in the historical center of Rome, close to the Spanish Steps and all the major sights and shopping streets, is concerned in offering warm and polite hospitality. Concordia in Rome is a well loved and traditional hotel, and all the staff is dedicated in providing exceptional service to meet your demands. ... more   less 
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