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All reviews via cavour extremely helpful and kind friendly reception rooms are nice and clean busy street train station five minute walk excellent location safe area no elevator other attractions forum tile europe
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Reviewed September 4, 2013

We stayed at the Rosetta from Aug 12 to the 16 and quiet enjoyed the ability to just stroll on down to the Colosseum and take pictures. half a block away front the Forum ruins and two blocks to the Colosseum and Metro stop. Very clean rooms and bathrooms with lots of room for bags. We were in the second building along Cavour but were on the side on the alley. Nice and quiet. As we had pre-booked most things we did not have to ask the staff for help other than dining suggestions. There is a great little square if you behind the building and walk the "alley" which is parallel to Cavour. Great place to eat and hang out. Tip for getting there is get off on the colosso stop and as you are about to leave the station go left and up an escalator and you are at the top of the alley that will take you down to Cavour street. Lots of great restaurants around but if you want to keep breakfast cheaper eat at the bar and it it will be 1/2 the price. Also if you are in Rome for at least three days buy a Roma card and miss the lines, great for the Colosseum and Forum.

Room tip: Rooms on the hotel side of courtyard are very quiet with some noise of water flushing.
Date of stay: August 2013
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2  Thank ScentOfFlowers
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Reviewed September 3, 2013

We stayed 3 nights with 3-4 in the room and were appropriately charged each night. We stayed in the 2nd building. The hotel felt more like apartment rentals, with friendly and helpful landlords. Beverages were available at grocery prices. They helped with airline check-in and making tourist plans. The bathroom was the most immaculate I've ever seen. The beds were comfortable. The free wifi was sporadic, but better in the hall. The Forum ruins are at the end of the block and the Coloseum two blocks away. The metro and bus lines were near-by, but most sites were walkable. We found a new reasonable panini restaurant with a large selection of ingredients that were made fresh done the street. Many of the staff were Romanian and this was our staple food. My only complaint is that a fax of our credit card was required for the reservation and I was hung up by several times by the non-English speaking mother, so my phone bill was over $15 by the time I succeeded. I had previously stayed near the Vatican, but I would definitely recommend Hotel Rosetta to my friends.

Date of stay: June 2013
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1  Thank glennd640
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

The location was great: close to the Colosseum, not too far to walk from the train station, helpful and flexible staff. We had three people for the first two nights and four for the second two nights and they charged us accordingly. Even with four of us in the room, there was enough space to walk around the beds, store our clothes in the closet, and have some room to spread out. Our room faced Via Cavour which could be loud at times especially since the bathroom window didn't close all the way, but with the a/c on and earplugs I was fine. The kids were so tired from walking all day that they could've slept through anything. Wifi was inconsistent in the room, but decent in the hallway outside our room. Fortunately there was a desk in the hall and a nice place to sit when we wanted to hook up to the internet. Overall, it was on par with other rooms we paid similar prices for in other parts of Rome and Florence.

Date of stay: June 2013
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2  Thank sues87
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Reviewed July 13, 2013

This is a terrific place to stay with a great location. It is very close to the Coliseum and Forum and also very close to a metro stop which is very convenient. The price is extremely reasonable for its excellent location. The reception is open 24 hours so it is very convenient to come and go. The staff is also very knowledgeable about getting around Rome which was a nice resource. The rooms were very clean and everything was freshened everyday. They also had the best shower in terms of temperature and water pressure we found on our entire European stay! This was a wonderful bonus after touring all day. We could not have been more pleased with the Hotel Rosetta!

Date of stay: June 2013
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1  Thank Beachlover69_12
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Reviewed June 11, 2013 via mobile

The first thing you will notice about this hotel is the location. The Coliseum was just a short 5 min walk away! The restaurants nearby all have some of the best Italian food I've ever had. The hotel itself was very unique the minute you set foot in. It gives you a feeling as if you are actually living in Rome. Staff was very friendly, helpful, and treated you like part of the family. Our room was the superior double, and it was better than more than half of the hotels with more stars I've stayed at throughout Europe. Huge bathroom, great tv channels, curtains that block light completely, air conditioning, great windows that block noise, and an amazing bed. If your looking for a very impressive hotel for the price and location, this is the one for you!

Date of stay: May 2013
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4  Thank 89bobbyz89
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