Hotel Mediterraneo is located in the heart of Rome and it is located within walking distance of the city's most important monuments. The Pantheon, the Basilica Santa Maria Maggiore, the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, via Veneto, the Forum, the Opera House, the Palazzo delle Esposizioni, the National Museum of Rome and many other landmarks are within walking distance: a short romantic walk will take you back in time.
"BED Bugs and poor service. STAY SOMEWHERE ELSE "
Came to stay at the Botteja Hotel Mediterraneano for 4 nights. The welcome from the staff was non existent. Having spent one night in my room I was covered in welts from bed bugs. The reception staff were very dismissive and not helpful. Having dinner at the 10th floor restaurant, the waitress kept spilling and dropping everything on the table and myslef. In all they need to have better service and service the rooms more thoroughly. Incredibly disappointing for the money paid. Stay somewhere else.
"Well located hotel in central Rome "
We stayed here for a total of 5 nights at the start and end of our Italy holiday. - Close to Central Station (Termini) and metro - Staff are efficient but not particularly friendly with one exception, Walter on the front desk! Walter is the go to person for nearly everything. He is kind friendly and very informative. He made the stay worthwhile and was the reason we returned here. - Breakfast is well prepared and is typical for a European hotel. - The rooms are neat and clean with all the usual amenities you can expect of a traditional hotel. Comfy beds - The modern exterior of the hotel hides an amazing interior that was designed back in the 1930's. Interior designers will love the look and feel of the place. Cons: quirky arrangement of the 2 lifts The gym has only one multigym so lacks for space and equipment No parking on site Some street noise is evident
Second time staying at this hotel, we choose it because of its convenience 2 blocks from Roma Termini. Price is accessible and includes WiFi and breakfast Hotel is a little dated but clean, besides we were only in the room to rest after a long day of walking in Rome You can walk to metro station about 2 blocks away in 5 minutes
"a little disappointing"
I came here last year promising myself i would return and hire a roof top suite with a balcony. This I have just done returning after three days worth. I found ...the reception was less helpful e.g. I am sure the lavish brochure I got last year referred to a restaurant in the basement. I was referred to one in a sister hotel. Eventually it transpired the restaurant in question did exist but was only open to groups; a member of the reception staff did not know about the shuttle bus that takes you to the airport...I was a little pushy and she found out more details. In contrast someone else knew about the local tours to the the vatican gardens, and someone else was able to change some £'s into euros. ...we dined in the rooftop restaurant one evening. First we had booked and they had lost our booking. Second, because they had lost our booking they had not accommodated our vegetarian diet as they had told us they could at our booking, and then when I asked for a starter as a main (there were no vegetarian main) they misunderstood so instead of getting a larger starter it was the same size (did taste lovely)....I guess this was partly my fault...should have added the word 'larger'. Then I asked for a cheeseboard for desert and was told this was not possible, so I asked for ice-cream with my chocolate sponge desert and got a sundae of chocolate ice-cream instead. The waiter for this latter part of the order seemed to have no grasp of english at all...(I assumed being the pricey restaurant it was they would employ waiters that had a modicum of english...maybe I should have reached for my google translate)...I kinda felt sorry for him so took the chocolate ice-cream leaving half of it...at 10 euro for a desert it was steep. ...our suite was noisy...I thought the brick walls would insulate us..plainly not. ...I did love the suite for its spaciousness and even tho the view was not the right side for the vatican the railway station and surround had its own charm. However when I searched out the whereabouts of the rooms with the views I was expecting I saw a hole in the wall of the corridor they were in as if someone had punched it. ...bearing in mind it was a twin room, our balcony could have had two outside chairs not one. We thought the balcony could have done with a paint and possibly another plant. The place has an old world charm and the service by some up to that old world standards and by some not. The cleaner was exceptional, backwards and forwards to our room replenishing the coffee and biscuits. The single beds had a sprung base. The two couches were so comfy. There was a dining table with a view and plenty of cupboard space. There were scales in the bathroom and a sewing kit. Breakfast in the roof top restaurant was well worth it...we did try the one downstairs one morning so we had more time to get to a tour...no coffee in silver pot, no fresh fruit, no homemade rolls. ...
stayed 4 nights at this lovely hotel. room 912, big room with dressing room and in room safe. large bed and comfy chairs also bottled water and tea and coffee complimentary. large bathroom with shower in bath and decent toiletries. breakfast on the terrace was brilliant, lots of choice and beautiful views. only complaint but a small one....... noise of chairs noise of chairs scraping on the floor of the restaurant above.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM