The Hotel Beldes is located in the center of Rome right next to the Lepanto Metro stop, between Piazza San Pietro and Piazza di Spagna, in the residential area only 500 meters from the great shopping district of Via Cola di Rienzo.
All the major attractions such as San Pietro and the Vatican Musuems with the Sistine Chapel, Piazza di Spagna and via dei Condotti, Trevi Fountain, the colusseum, the IL Foro Romano e la dolce vita di Via Veneto are all close by.
Hotel was clean, stylish and good value for money. Breakfast was what you'd expect from the price but was still perfectly acceptable. rooms were small but cosy and the same with the bathroom. The only problem with the hotel was the staff were not very friendly.Comment of W. Jack , United Kingdom the 2016-11-12
The hotels itself is quite lovely, well located in a quieter part of the neighbourhood. The Staff are friendly and it's relatively quiet. The breakfast was quite simple but more than enough and the views from the terrace are brilliant. The rooms need a little attention however. The mini fridge in the room doesn't come with a price list and the air con didn't work particularly well. Very warm at night. All in all a pleasant stay and would definitely recommend.
"Excellent friendly and extremely helpful "
Stayed in the beautiful, modern and stylish hotel located a minutes walk from the Lapanto metro station. The staff especially the receptionists were so helpful and only wished to make our stay the best it could be with the great restaurant and food recommendations and directions to anything we asked about on maps and conversation whenever we passed by to see how we were getting on I couldn't recommend a better place to spend your money on in Rome the area it's located in is quite residential so it provides the best shops such as coin are all minutes away, the Vatican is very easy to access from the hotel also if you're feeling lazy and not up for the 10 minute walk there's always the metro up one stop to Ottaviano, The room was average size but really done more than enough for us as it had air conditioning a tv wardrobe and comfortable bed that wasn't two singles pushed together the bathroom had a nice shower and hairdryer and the overall style and look was very pleasant the breakfast was quite nice and the outdoor terrace was fantastic couldn't imagine anywhere better to enjoy a nice coffee and croissant We experienced alot of Rome on our stay here and suffered an emergency involving a moped (be careful) and the staff at the hotel were soooo helpful and caring.
"Ideal weekend break accommodation "
My wife and I stayed here for 3 nights and could not recommend it enough. The hotel is 3 star, the breakfast is cheese, ham, fruits, cereals and pastry along with all juices and coffees etc. The rooms were large enough, we had a superior room 5C and it was absolutely fine. Don't expect a luxurious all incl hotel it is a perfect quaint Italian hotel with nice staff and a lovely cute dog! We paid £35 per night B&B and it was such a bargain, the room had touch up paint on the walls that was the wrong colour but for the price you pay to stay here, look no further. The area is quiet and only a few blocks from Gelateria La Romana gelato store where you must sample the biscotti flavour! I Would definitely stay here again.
"do not stay here!!"
Myself and my partner had booked this boutique hotel as the pictures that we viewed online and the price for 3 nights was too good not to! The pictures on the website are nothing like the HOWEVER, we arrived and there was a maid behind the desk not a receptionist, she gave us a key to our room, the room number on the door was written on paper and cello taped to the door, as we entered our room I knew straight away this was not the SUPERIOR room I had paid for, this room was small enough to touch both sides of the room at the same time! I am a manager at a hotel in Essex, England so I know what is a basic room and what is a superior room! I went downstairs to speak to someone and the maid said to come back at 1. Came back at 1 and she called someone, she then gave us a different key, again this next year was not the superior room I had seen pictures for by this time I gave up going back downstairs, I shouldn't of but I did! this room was grubby, the bed was cello taped together at the top..lovely! Our tv did not work for the first day but was fixed the next day only because I saw the maintenence guy and asked him if he could take a look, the receptionist told me he would get someone to come and have a look on the first day but noone came! Lastly there was a man on reception for the majority of our stay, he was wearing glasses, he is by far the most rudest person I have ever met!! I would say there are much better places to stay than here I would rather pay a bit more and be treated with respect!
"A lovely stay "
Me and my partner stayed here for a weekend city break. We were upgraded to a superior room and had a very pleasant time: the room was furnished beautifully and the hotel felt very friendly. The breakfast was basic but everything we needed, and on the most gorgeous terrace. I think our highlight of the holiday was how friendly the reception staff were - they recommended a restaurant to us every night (3 Quarti being our personal favourite) and helped us organise our transfer to the airport and improve our Italian! A lovely city break made even better by this lovely hotel.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM