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This beautiful hotel is located in a quiet residential part of Rome, where guests can discover many shopping and entertainment venues as well as the city's top sites. It is just a few minutes' walk from the Olympic Stadium, home of AS Roma. Also close to the hotel, is the Auditorium, and Parco della Musica. This is a perfect place for both, business and leisure travellers who are looking for a warm, cosy, yet efficient hotel. It offers a welcoming and peaceful atmosphere where guests can relax in style after a day in the city.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
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Reviewed 3 november, 2021
Nice and clean hotel. Breakfast gets an A+! The bed was comfortable. There are a lot of places to eat and have a drink at a walking distance. However, you need a 15euro taxi drive to get to the city center. Due to COVID, we didn't try taking the bus nearby. We did try walking to the city center, I wouldn't recommend it. It is also close to the Olimpico Stadium. Sound insulation is a bit of an issue - I could hear my upstairs neighbors walking, talking, water running (There's a possibility they were just loud!)
Don’t bother with this one!
Reviewed 13 august, 2021
Was booked into this place by our travel company. The hotel location is not very close to the main attractions in Rome, so you either need to drive, take a bus or taxi as it is not near the metro line. Italy is rather warm in August, and the antiquated A/C unit was barely blowing any airflow, so we were very uncomfortable. A bellboy came up and smirkingly told us it felt fine to him. The desk clerk said they could do nothing about it; all rooms were the same even if they moved us, which they didn’t offer. We checked out 2 hours after we arrived, having found a better, similarly priced boutique hotel 2 blocks from Termini. You can do much better somewhere else. Still waiting for our refund from them.
2 very comfortable nights in a quiet residential area.
Reviewed 4 february, 2020
I had the chance to experience the GH Fleming in my last trip in the Eternal City. Very comfy beds and pretty good services in my very spacious room with a huge king size bed. Breakfast is well presented, with home made cakes and more, in a large and bright Breakfast Room on the ground floor. The gote is in a residential area only 15 minutes to the the via taxi, car sharing or public service. I wi definitely come back with my family in the next trip to Rome. Thanks for your help in showing me the way and the information regarding the Vatican City.
Solid hotel, nothing extra
Reviewed 1 february, 2020
An ok place for a business stay over. Hotel is clean and breakfast was pretty ok. A big minus for the gym hours - opens 9am... obviously not intended for business travelers. Lock on hotel room door was not possible to lock from the inside and no chain either
Ok for a short stay
Reviewed 30 january, 2020
I needed to visit embassy in the area so this hotel was a great choice to it's close proximity. The rooms on the photos looked nice and the price was affordable so I have booked. The hotel is in residental area with not much to do otherwise, but I didn't come to Rome for a holiday but for business so it was fine. Hotel looked a bit tired but the receptionist was very friendly, my room was ready much earlier than the usual check in time, which was great because I was very tired. Shame the receptionist did not explain much about hotel facilities, restaurants/bars as I had no idea if there is anywhere to have lunch or a snack. I wasn't even offered to purchase additional breakfast, or explained where the main restaurant is. Room was much smaller than I have expected, I didn't need it for much just sleeping for one night, but to move around was a bit tricky since the bed was right next to the table with a chair with very little space to walk around. Clean enough, the bed was fairly comfortable however quite small (this was a double bed, but I'm glad I stayed there alone as not quite sure how comfortable would two people be). One thing which upset me the most was the fact that hotel bar was not open until 5pm, which mean there was nowhere to have a coffee or even a snack, I think for a 4 star hotel this is not acceptable. I know this was off season, but still, in the rooms it said the bar opens 10.30 - 5pm every day and this was not the case. It also mentioned on the in room sign that there is room service available during regular bar/restaurant opening hours but there was no menu available in the room to have a look at. Also no coffee/tea making facilities which are usually a standard in most of hotels, even 3 star. One person worth mentioning however was the barman Alena who was extremely nice, friendly, professional and helpful. I have been visiting during an extremely quiet season, so it was strange to me that there weren't a a better room available. This would probably make my experience better and I would consider staying here again in the future. I know if you don't pay for a better room you shouldn't complain about it - but my opinion is that if you have a nicer room available, which is empty and unused it would be smart offering it to a first time visitor (this is never expected of course but would help making up for the lack of facilities open during my visit).