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Infinity Hotel St. Peter(Rome)
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Reviewed May 4, 2013 via mobile

If you are looking for good value clean accommodation close to Vatican City stay here. Close to public transport. Many resturants and bars within a short walk.

Staff are help ful and a phone number is in room if they are not around.

  • Stayed: May 2013
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Thank Paul L
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Reviewed October 11, 2012

My olfactory senses learned more than they wanted to know about "electric macerators" during my stay here. Macerators are a part of a sewage system; they are noisy (they make noise even when you're not using the toilet) and smelly. The room was permeated with a sickeningly sweet smell, the kind one finds in buildings outfitted with septic systems. During my four night stay there I grew accustomed to it but it was not the most pleasant environment. However, the location is great for people like me who are interested in spending a lot of time in Vatican City. It is a bare bones bed and breakfast; as a matter of fact, breakfast is simply one croissant and coffee at the American Bar. The American Bar is in the same building as theB&B but customers have to leave the B&B and walk about 50 meters to the opposite side of the building to get to it. I used this place because that's what the USO Rome booked for me. It was an interesting experience, one that I will not undertake again.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled solo
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2  Thank 50Wanderer
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Reviewed January 5, 2012

Arrive to the hotel to find it closed but with note on the door asking me to call the owner. He will be back in hour... lucky some resident open the door to us.... we left our things near the door
and went out... lucky all was there once we been back.
The room is pleasant - we took bedroom for 4... nice paintings on the wall... room is big...
Shower have no amenities at all.... towels are white fabric that can not hold water...
NO Breakfast - just coupon to next door coffee....
Bed were so bad that we all had pain back...
Upon check out they have been so excited they made some mistakes not to our favor :-p
Do NOT stay there......

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with family
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5  Thank DGSmanila
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Reviewed July 10, 2011

The location of this B&B-type hotel was incredible. We were in the family room (St Peter's) and could see the Vatican. The metro was about three blocks away and there was a tram which stopped in the Piazza below. St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican Museums are both in equal walking distance.

The owner of the hotel lives in the hotel and along with two others are extremely helpful and make your stay pleasant. The rooms were clean, everything in the bathroom worked fine, and the staff left small snacks each day in the room. It is located on the top floor of the building and very secure. Because there are only six rooms, it is pretty quiet as everyone there seemed to understand if they were noisy, it would disturb the rest of the guests.

In July, the rate were not "bargain," but based on the location and the service, it was worth the price.

If your main focus of the trip is the visit the Vatican, Ica

  • Stayed: June 2011, traveled with family
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2  Thank EmperorMax
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Reviewed July 13, 2009

We stayed for 4 nights early July 09. This hotel was recommended by an organization which normally finds great deals. OK, it was last minute and maybe the pickings were slim but there were so many disappointments we wish we had known as it would have been worth it to pay more for a different hotel. Not even sure where to start but here goes. First all the good points...The location is FANTASTIC. The Basilica of St. Peter is literally around the corner as are the Vatican Museums. You are a max 20 minute walk from the Piazza Navona and, at the most, a 30 minute walk from the Colliseum. Castel S. Angelo is only 5 minutes away. EVERYTHING is easily accessible. You can also hop on the bus easily and there is a Metro station about a 2-3 minute walk away. If you are military, the USO is within 2-3 minutes walk. The owner, Claudio, is so very nice, happy to give directions or make recommendations. He is very friendly and speaks good English. The rooms overlook the Piazza below and are on the top floor of a 125 year old building. There is a unique elevator so you don't have to walk all the way up. Also, the rooms are air-conditioned and have marvelous new windows to shut out the street noise and light. That's pretty much where the good points end.

The "hotel" occupies just one floor of this building. It's a renovated and restored private residence turned into a hotel. The rooms are VERY small but clean. I mean I literally bumped my head into the wall when I turned over in the night. There may be only about 6 rooms so even though we asked for a larger room, the others were either booked or as we were told, "you only paid half price". Half price for less than half a room. The rooms were cleaned everyday. There is a small refrigerator which didn't work correctly or consistently. We were there from Thurs evening until Monday morning. There are no clean towels over the weekend. In fact, the surly weekend attendant (& by the way, there is no one on attendance much of the time) told us that since we paid half price we didn't "qualify" (my word, not his but essentially that's the translation) for clean towels every day. Also we didn't 'get' extra pillows. ALSO, and very important to know, esp if you are an American tourist, there is very little, IF ANY, hot water in the summer. We were told, only get ample hot water in Jan and Feb. So you get COLD, and I mean COLD, showers. The booking agent told us that breakfast was included. Translation = you get a voucher for an Italian breakfast consisting of your choice of one beverage, one juice, and one pastry. PLUS you have to go around the corner to a bar! Ok, that part was not so terrible except that we wish we had known that was all it was AHEAD of time. AND, the bar wasn't even open when we went over on Sunday morning even though we were told it would be. The good news is that if you plan ahead and want a more substantial breakfast, there is a terrific enclosed Farmer's Market within about a 2-3 minute walk. We loaded up with fruits every day and put them in the refrigerator to eat for breakfast which hanging out the window watching the people on the Piazza below. Oh, yeah, good luck figuring out how the TV/Satellite works. You're gonna love seeing all the call 1-900 numbers for phone sex!! LOL and from cultures you couldn't have imagined. That was fun looking at for about 5 minutes! There is no phone in your room and no internet service. The signs on the walls about breakfast are not accurate. There are many "don't do" rules posted in the rooms, you know like no ironing, no meals in your room...

Could only recommend this to a single traveler who didn't intend to spend much if any time in the room. We didn't and not just because we wanted to be out and about in Roma all day and all night. Forget taking kids there or a significant other. Spend the additional Euros for a different hotel.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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2  Thank Mimaboy
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