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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Aventino Rome
Great Stay in Rome!
A great stay in Rome! Excellent price for a superb facilities with POSSIBLY private free parking and jacuzzi. Strongly recommended for location and quitness. I'll be back. BRAVI!
Haven in Rome
What a delight to find this lovely group of small hotels in the Aventine Hills in Rome. Amid quiet, residential streets, even the cabs needed to consult a map to get there. But, they are definitely worth the effort. Rooms vary in size but are all lovely and air conditioned. Staff are very attentive without being intrusive. Quite a bargain also. We stayed as a group of 11 in early September and it was wonderful
Great price, great hotel, great staff
Only being a 3 star the hotel Aventino S. Anselmo wasn't high up in my mind for expectations. In Rome, my wife and I needed a nice clean and serene room from which to base our excursions.
We got a gorgeous room with a wrap around balcony, with lovely touches like bathrobes and slippers. Everything was clean, the staff were completely friendly and willing to go the extra mile to help you and the breakfast was wonderful. There is even a couple of hotel cats that will purr at your feet.
The Aventino S. Anselmo is about the 15 minute walk from all your major Rome tourist attractions (Vatican is further - take public transport) and is located in a residential and quiet neighborhoud. Don't forget to ask them for restaurant tips as the local places to eat are also friendly and very good food.
I will definitely recommend this hotel to any folks travelling to Rome whether on holiday or business.
My family and I stayed at the Aventino for 4 nights. Both rooms were nice and clean (no frills) and the bathrooms were okay. The whirlpool in one room could not be used because it smelled of backed up water after the 2nd day. In the other room, the shower would wet the floor, but this was quickly corrected by management. The breakfast room was lovely with an outdoor dining area. Breakfast with a pianist playing was a nice touch. The area is lovely and a brisk walk downhill leads to a fabulous bakery and a pizzeria at the end of the block. Due to an unfortunate accident I had at the ruins, it was nice to be able to get food from somewhere else besides the hotel. My husband brought pizza, wine, and pastries to the hotel on a couple of occasions. After being out all day it was nice peaceful place to retreat to. We returned to the Aventino after our stay in Venice and received a larger room with a seating area and a great bathroom. It was within the same property, but higher end at the same price. It was a nice way to end our trip. The buses and trams can be easily accessed at the end of the hill.
Wonderful decore, delicious breakfast and restful location
This hotel far exceeded our expectations! Located on the Aventine hill, it was in a quiet tree shaded neighborhood within a close walk to the circus maximus. From the ornate parque wood floor to the molded ceiling and brocade bedspreads and balcony, we felt pampered and rested in our spacious room. A whirlpool bath was a real treat after all of the walking we did. The breakfast buffet was sumtuous and the breakfast room was delightfullly decorated. A garden patio was also available for sitting and eating. The maids were dressed in black with frilly white aprons and caps, just like out of an old movie. It was a wonderful place to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary! Buses down the hill made anywhere in Rome accessible.
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... single lane! Pretty normal really.
I did a load of washing, had a rest, packed my bag and printed out my boarding pass. We leave the hotel at 7am en route to Jerusalem.
Tonight Sue, Phil and I went for dinner at the fashionable Roman hour of 7:30. We found a fairly authentic restaurant with a waiter who looked like Mr Bean. I had a dish called "Fish in crazy water". I just couldn't resist the name. Phil had fried tuna and Sue had lamb chops - all done the Roman way of ...
... so we headed to the main floor terrace and had some drinks, while I had some drinks, Brenda had Pellegrino. After a while Brenda headed up to the room to start packing. I do my best to stay out of her way during this time. She has a very specific way that she wants to pack things, and I just create double the work for her if I help. I came up to the room when my iPad ...
... bottom and the plebs at the top! Mainly bears and wolves (not lions) used to fight and 100 pairs of gladiators each day - one week of one Caesar's reign saw 9000 animals killed in one week So much for 2 degrees of separation in NZ - at the end of our tour a lady came up to Andy and said "did you used to work at Birmingham Uni?" Turns out it was one of his former colleagues!! She was in Rome for a few ...
... abound the area which was once a public assembly forum for the Romans. Follow the path and it will take you towards Palatine Hill (or depending on the entry you came in at, the end of the forum). Unfortunately as luck would have it, an announcement came blaring over the loudspeakers indicating that the archeological zone was closing. We were ushered to the nearest exit which brought our visit to an abrupt end :(.
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