I went to ROme in from February 14 to February 21 2015 to escape the frigid weather in NYC. The trip fully achieved it's goals and it was a very welcome departure from the winter routine in NYC. I booked the Royal Court Hotel off the Trip Advisor website which had good things to say about it. It was $ 79/ night for a double room with breakfast included ( rare in Europe) and free Wifi, close to the Termini station in the heart of Rome. In spite of being close to TErmini ( which is a rather colorful and chaotic area), it was on a quiet street a few blocks away. The hotel is old but well kept and recently remodeled in many sectors. The rooms are small but comfortable, very clean and very safe. The fixtures are vintage and the wall paper is silk. The floor is parquet in the bedroom and marble in the bathroom. The breakfast was good and substantial. The hotel staff is very very friendly and accommodating. They all speak English which is a pleasant surprise. Overall, the Royal Court was indeed a very pleasant surprise, especially given the price. Highly recommended for people like myself who want a clean and safe place to sleep, breakfast included for added comfort and want to spend the vacation outside of the hotel room. PS: the Wifi was very good quality in the room I was in ( 214) and i had a private balcony with stairs going down to the inner terrace garden. i would definitely return to this hotel in the future. :)
Quietness and location small rooms and inadequate housekeeping
Was a really nice hotel for our family trip to Rome...the rooms were spacious and very clean. There was no noise to speak of during the night,as you are in a more residential area. It's a 10 minute walk to Termini station, just 4 stops from most of the major tourist points. The metro is very easy to use and isn't too crowded most of the time. We had a great stay here and loved every moment...parking was also easy and not too expensive but do reserve a space when you are booking the hotel, if possible. We had dinner in the restaurant a couple of times and it was really great, as was the selection at breakfast. Would stay here again anytime!
Good price, decent room Found some hair on the towel ...
Det ligger centralt ved banegården og metro. Tagterrassen og rent nej
Venlig reception, gode værelser og central placering nær metro station Mere toiletpapir!
This is an excellent hotel. The decor is very attractive. The staff is very pleasant. The breakfast is one of the best we've ever had in Italy. We would definitely stay here again and recommend it highly. The location is very good and there are lots and lots of good restaurants in the area. The only complaint we would have is that the bed was pretty firm, but surprisingly not uncomfortable. We had a lovely room and it was quite large.
I stayed at the BW Canada, Rome for 10 nights from April 7-17, 2010 in a Deluxe Double. I found the following pluses: -Very reasonable, particularly compared to the Via Veneto hotels and others in similar areas. -Close, but not too close, to Termini and right next door to the blue-line C. Petronio Metro stop. -Several excellent small restaurants within a block or two. -Extremely clean and bright. Large rooms for a European hotel. -Staff was helpful almost to a fault. -Breakfast was incredible: everything from hard boiled eggs, bacon, etc. to pastries, yoghurt, fruit and great coffee...all included in my room price. -Comfortable lobby with great little bar that stays open until Midnight. The neighborhood is neither high nor particularly low end. I was out late by myself several nights and never felt in any danger. Lots of students who stay late at the sidewalk restaurants and can be very noisy, but my windows were at least double-panell and shut out virutually all noise. Would stay at the BW Canada agian any time. JFA
From the time we arrived (after a 24 hour travel day), the service was more than excellent, the staff raced out to get our bags, we were checked in within minutes, in our room and invited down for a relaxing cocktail. The hotel is very clean and inviting. Our room was quite large for European standards, including a four piece bathroom. The windows opened up to two quiet streets (we were on a corner). Happy hour is exactly that, happy. A nice supply of snacks, including special cured hams, pistachios, finger sandwiches and sweets. Beverages are extremely reasonable priced, $*euro for a half bottle of wine, $*euro for an alcohol drink. The breakfast room and buffet are PERFECT. Both mornings there was fresh juices, still/sparking waters, cereals and grains, pastries, fruit and vegetables (the fresh roma tomatoes - superb), cheeses, sliced cold meats, hot eggs, potatoes and hot breakfast meats. The staff understands service, offering a variety of coffees with steamed cream (North Americans should ask for cafe Americano if looking for 'regular coffee'). Cappuccino/Cafe Latte's are also included. The information provided for where to go to eat, sight-seeing, directions was very helpful. All staff are very fluent in English. Check-out was very efficient, in fact, I forgot to clear my bill in person. They politely advised me by email and was not an issue at all. Communication with the Hotel ahead of time (for reservation, directions, etc) was extremely well handled and prompt. For first time travelers to Rome, we would highly recommend this hotel to all family and friends - including you. We're very picky where we choose to spend our travel dollar, we would absolutely give it to Hotel Canada!
I stayed here twice on my trip to rome due to its proximity to rail transportation and comfort. It is definately not in the midst of the Roman sites; however, there are two metro stops within 3 blocks, one of them also being the main train station. The room was very comfortable and the staff was helpful. I would definately stay here again.
Cleanliness and friendliness of staff. Breakfast was great Phones didn't work, wifi was iffy
The breakfast is between 7-10am, we went 9:30 in the morning, there was nothing left. the staff was very rude to tell me she could not help. I booked a junior suite which is max for three people. when we arrived there, they charged us extra 25 Euro/night.