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Trianon Borgo Pio Residence
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    All reviewsclose to the vaticanapartment hotelfull kitchencastel stlaundry facilitiesliving roomcoffee potwell equipped kitchenaround the cornerone bedroom apartmentgreat apartmentexcellent locationpeter's basilicaminute walkwould definitely stay here againhome away from homehop on hop
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    Reviewed August 28, 2013

    Wonderful place for families: great infrastructure and service. A cool island in the middle of hot big city! All u need is in house! We have spent a week there and have no doubt that finding a better place for quiet and convenient stay in Rome would be very hard. If you are looking for a family- friendly place with best location to reach every attraction of Rome on foot in a half an hour- it is the place for you!

    • Stayed: July 2013
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    Thank Karol N
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    Reviewed August 26, 2013

    We stayed in the biggest room for a week. There were six of us - three adults and three kids. We had plenty of space and really felt at home. The beds were fine. We were able to eat in most nights, meaning we did not have to deal with the overly touristy restaurants which are the main ones open at the point in August. It was also nice being able to make my own coffee whenever I wanted rather than wait for an official hotel breakfast. One problem - they do not have a can opener in the kitchen, which posed a problem one night. I would have thought a can opener is pretty basic kitchen equipment. It is true that Italian cans are more likely to have those poptops, but it isn't universally true.

    The staff were nice and friendly and always ready to answer questions. The laundry was fine and really came in handy. I also appreciated the fitness room which is quite unusual in an Italian hotel or apartment rental.

    The neighborhood was great. There were several groceries nearby, it was easy to get to the subway, and also easy to walk lots of places. The nearby restaurants were mostly tourist spots with not so great food, but again, in mid August the better places were probably all closed.

    This is an excellent place if you have lots of people in your travelling party.

    • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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    Thank ratgirlny
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    Reviewed August 24, 2013

    We couldn’t ask for a better place to stay for our needs. Our family of 4 (2 adults and 2 college age) took our family vacation to Rome from 7-14 Aug 2013 and were lucky enough to book Trianon Borgo Pio (after seeing their great ratings) a couple months in advanced before it was sold out. We got a 2 bedroom apartment that had 1 king size bed in one bedroom, and a king size and twin bed in the other bedroom. It also had a full kitchen which was nice for breakfast and snacks (not to mention coming home to cold drinks in the refrigerator during the hot summer days in Rome). Several mini-marts and eating places are within a few blocks. Everything was very clean and in working order with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi (big need for the kids). Typical European styling but much more room size than we could have imagined. I read a few reviews from people expecting more of a full service hotel, I would call Trianon Borgo Pio more of an apartment with built in extras. Cleaning and changing of sheets and towels were listed as once a week, but during or week stay they actually changed both once halfway through our stay and offered to do so again a couple of days later. Staff was excellent; all spoke English, and were really customer service oriented with any of our needs.

    White taxis from the airport to Trianon Borgo Pio was a flat fee of 60 Euros for 4 people (cost varies by number of people) which also was the fee going back with the service arranged by the staff at Trianon Borgo Pio but with a much nicer/roomer car (along with a very prompt driver for our 7:30 am pick up time). Watch the prices at the airport as a guy approached us before getting to the taxi stand to take us to Rome for 89 Euros. I had printed off the apartment address to show the airport taxi driver to make it easier on all and to make sure we got to the right address since we don’t speak Italian and have never been to Rome before and she found it without any problems.

    The apartment may be a little hard to find at first being off of any major streets down on an old cobble stone road, but it is a great once you find it and the location more than met our needs. Nice quite neighborhood and we always felt safe walking around, even at night. Coming out the front door of Trianon Borgo Pio and turning left, you walk a few blocks and you come up to one of the outer walls of the Vatican at the end of the street. Take a left from there and within a couple of blocks you are in the middle of St. Peter’s Square. Take a right at the Vatican wall you come to and there are several blocks of stores, restaurants, and about a 5-10 minute walk to the subway (Metro marked with a M on the signs) station Ottaviano San Pietro. Take a right coming out of the front door of Trianon Borgo Pio and you run right into the backside of Castle San’t Angelo just a few blocks away on the River Tiber.

    If you don’t mind using public transportation and a little walking, getting a Roma Pass that allows you unlimited access to the Buses, Metro, some rail lines, and discounts/priority in attraction line queues is the way to go. We never used the buses, but I did notice bus #40 had a few stops close by Trianon Borgo Pio going downtown. There are only 2 main lines on the Rome Metro (A-red line & B-blue line) with the main transfer station to switch line at the Termini station. Rome Metro maps are easy to find on the internet, and are shown at the stations and the stops shown inside the Metro cars above the inside doors. Just find the stop you want to get off on, pick the rail line(s) with the right direction (last station stop on each line indicates train direction), hold your pass up to the reader on top of the turnstile, and follow the signs in the station.

    We actually took a day trip to Ostia Antica (old Roman ruins outside of Rome on the Tiber River that you can walk through) using our Roma pass for the Metro and Rome-Lido Railway to get there, and then used it to get into the ruins for free. This is about a 30-45 train ride from the Piramide Metro station. If your ride the train 3-4 more stops down to the end of the line to the Cristoforo Colombo station, you are at a beaches on the Mediterranean Sea that seemed popular with the locals when we went there (we wish we would have know about the beach and would have pack our swimming gear and went to it). More info on this is available on the internet.

    We opted for the Omnia package deal for 90 Euro each. This gave us 3 days of the Roma Cristiana hop-on-hop-off bus tour, Vatican access (St. Peter’s, Sistine Chapel, Vatican Museum), 3 day Roma Pass, jump to the front of the line privileges, etc. You can view more on this via the internet and pay before you go. A packet with all your passes can be picked up at their store location in the area right in front of St. Peter’s Square. Hop-on-hop-off buses (looks like all companies) can be caught at the beginning of the apartment side of the street (Via della Concillazione) that leads up to the St. Peter’s, down by river end. Again, this is convenient to the location of Trianon Borgo Pio being a few blocks away. We used the hop-on-hop-off bus as our sightseeing transportation the first days in Rome, then activated our Roma Pass for the other days. Roma Pass hint, your 3 day pass doesn’t start until you use it the first time for either transportation or to get into one of the attractions (even though you have to put a date on the back of it), so if you plan the use accordingly, you may get more usage of the pass before it runs out.

    Overall we had a great vacation in Rome and the Trianon Borgo Pio was excellent! We definitely recommend.

    Room Tip: If you don't need daily room service, check out the apartments/condos to get more room for you money.
    • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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    8  Thank Kevin C
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    Reviewed August 16, 2013

    We absolutely loved this place. an excellent apartment, only a stones throw from Vatican city..and literally two minutes walk from a local supermarket (although there are better locations for fresh bread), Staff are really helpful and we felt right at home here.

    Avoid some of the eateries around the streets nearby, we found many to be what they appeared to be, tourist traps with extortionate prices to match!

    Apartment itself was well appointed with very quiet air conditioning and high ceilings.

    Thoroughly recommend it!


    PS we LOVED the key to the door....very odd and old looking.

    • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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    Thank Blarys
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    Reviewed August 13, 2013

    We rented 3 apartments for a week for our whole family. The AC worked well, which was the one most important feature this week when it was 39 degrees outside. The apartments are really spacious and have everything you need.

    We brought a baby, and this is the place if you have one, too!

    You are only metres away from the Vatican walls, there are a lot of good restaurants around, and a small grocery store just 10 metres down the road. Good beds, and sooo quiet.

    One wish: A better knife to cut bread and meat with. That's all!

    Do not use the limo service from the airport. They never showed. One taxi is supposed to cost 48-50 euros from the airport to the hotel.

    Room Tip: Tell them if you are more groups travelling together, as some apartments share an outer door/entrance. It was cosy to share two apartments like that with our daughter and her family.
    • Stayed: August 2013, traveled with family
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    Thank Snaddersnop
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