Bettoja Hotel Nord Nuova Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBettoja Hotel Nord Nuova Roma Rome
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A nice hotel close to transport and short to medium walks to all attractions.
Staff is very friendly and helpful
Had a great time
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Historical Traveler Reviews Bettoja Hotel Nord Nuova Roma Rome
Fell in love with the Nord Nuova Roma Hotel
My two sisters and myself had a great time at this hotel. It, actually, was our second choice. When we arrived we were told our room wasn't ready and it would be about an hour wait. After we told them that we had traveled all night, within 15 minutes we were in our room. The staff is to be commended on the professionalism. They helped us we reservations, great places to eat, and easy directions to many sites. The room was beautiful, very quite and well stocked. It was also 1 & 1/2 blocks from the train station, so it was easily accessible. If we return to Rome it will easily be our first choice.
Thank you, Nord Nuova, for your hospitality.
From three very happy women.
A great find!
Perfect location, near the Termini station but not too close; surrounded by many excellent and reasonable restaurants, nice shops, and even a gourmet grocery store--all within 3-4 blocks. The hotel was very European, immaculate, and comfortable, with a good breakfast included. Lovely outdoor bar on roof. A great value. Staff friendly and most helpful. We convinced another couple to stay there too, and they were very happy as were we. ( A 3rd couple thought it wouldn't be fancy enough for them so they booked at the Ritz Carlton Grand for 3 times the price but only 3 blocks away.) We'd highly recommend the Nord, as the taxi drivers called it, and we'd defintel ystay there again.
P.S. for Rome--everyone was right; you must watch out for thieves--kids aged 10 and younger. They tried to get into my purse 3 times, not immediately next to the hotel but near the piazza on the way to the Ritz Carlton
Great Hotel, excellent location.
This is a great hotel in an ideal location, just a few minutes walk from the station. The rooms are nice with air con and there is a fantastic bar terrace with great views. Ask for a room with a view rather than a balcony which dont overlook anything. Try booking on the Italian site we tried called Venere.com. They dont charge for bookings and some of the money goes to a African Charity which is very much a thing in Italy. They were £200 cheaper than Expedia/hotels.com.
There are plenty of places to eat and shops nearby. The Cafe on the ground floor of the Hotel is ideal for a meal without having to go too far. The only negative point I would have is that the male receptionists are a little aloof but helpful when you ask for advice.
The area is ideal and you can easily walk to the collosso or the trevi/spanish steps. The 75 (st pieter) bus will take you to the Vatigan and as the bus terminus is just around the corner, it is easy to get home again, just get on a bus going to the termini. Get your tickets from the shops at the station. The metro is also handy but you dont get to see anything and it is a bit grotty.
Do not go to Cafe near the hotel called est est est, this was the worst place we tried, awful. If you go to the colosso, pay an extra 3.50 euros and beat the line and have a small guided tour, around 40 minutes. If you can travel mid week you will miss a lot of the long lines of waiting.
People have mentioned about grafitti in rome, the locals ignore it so I would too. Have a great holiday
Just returned from 4 days at the Nord. LOCATION: Its a basic hotel about 1 to 2 mins walk from Termini Station. The neighborhood isn't the best, but I didn't feel threathened or anything even late at night. Both Metro lines meet at Termini giving you easy access to most tourist sights. ROOM: About rooms, I stayed at a double bed for single use. It was quite spacious but stuffy due to poor ventilation. The room windows will open up for some relief. At the time of this write-up, I paid 105-145 euros per night varying rate during the stay. But note that this hotel is LOT better than the nearby Massimo hotel run by the same Bettoja group. STAFF: Some were really helpful and some were not so cheerful. FACILITIES: The room has WiFi high speed wireless internet access provided by Swisscom Eurospot. At the time of this write-up the cost was Euro 10 for 2 hour and Euro 22 for 24 hour access. Breakfast was a usual fare. I didnt find anything to praise or complain about. To SUM UP, I would rate the hotel 3 star per U.S. standards. If you are looking for just a basic hotel to stay and get a good affordable deal from the hotel I'd recommend considering this hotel - otherwise shop around for better hotels around Spanish steps or Piazza del Popolo.
Stayed at this hotel 25-27 feb 2005 had alovely time clean, nice breakfast nice room, staff were really good, quite far frome the centre but not a problem if you like walking, good as we were supposed to be staying in the san remo but they had overbooked so we were put in this hotel and the san reo looked very poor go back again definatly
Not worth the price
The hotel although very close to the train station is not in the best part of Rome. It is quite a distance to the main tourist attractions and shopping districts.
The staff in general are friendly and cheerful, but the rooms are small and outdated. The shower was barely warm.
Breakfast was adequate and there was a good selection of pastries and cakes, but this hotel is definitely not worth 130 Euros a night. We moved out after 1 night when we found a nicer more central hotel for cheaper.
Lovely Small Hotel
My husband and I stay at the Hotel Nord Nuova from October 3 to October 9, 04 and we had an excellent time. Our room was very well kept and the breakfast was good. A couple of days after my arrival I got sick and a gentleman at the front desk call the house doctor. He told me that the doctor was arriving within 40 minutes and he did arrive within the time frame. I will recommend this hotel to anybody. It is not a luxurious property but it is very clean and the staff is great.
We visited July 2004, the room was small but very well maintained, nice marble bathroom. Near
the main train and bus station so the area is very
busy. The roof top bar is lovely and the staff
Not bad, maybe a little overpriced
Also known as the Hotel Nord Nuovo Roma. Very nice hotel (3 star quality) near the main train station of Rome. Not really that close to the "main attractions" of Rome, but they are easily accessible via the metro. Some nice restaurants nearby. The rooms themselves aren't bad, but perhaps are a little overpriced (we got bumped from another hotel to here though, so we weren't paying the full price for the room). Free internet in a special room, buffet breakfast good but not fantastic. Staff appear to be a little snobby. Overall, a fairly average hotel.
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