Crosti Hotel

Address: Via Castelfidardo, 54, Rome, Lazio, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Crosti Hotel Rome

          Fantástico, definitivamente volveré

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          No sabía que podía esperar por el precio pero es un hotelito limpio, bien equipado y situado en una zona que aunque es tranquila está cerca de los principales lugares de interés turístico. La habitación tenía un tamaño adecuado, con un minibar, una televisión con pantalla LCD, ventana (sí es cierto, me he alojado en habitaciones de hotel sin ventanas), ropa de cama limpia, caja de seguridad en el armario sin pagar suplemento, aire acondicionado, cuarto de baño con toallas limpias y una bonita ducha. El desayuno aunque básico era completo, con pan, bollería, cereal, ensalada de fruta, tortillas, queso y jamón, además de zumos y cafés. El personal del hotel era simpático y amable, de hecho nos facilitaron una buena ruta para llegar a todos los lugares de interés turístico. Definitivamente, es un hotel recomendado.

          Exceptionnel, je reviendrai sans hésiter

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          Je n'étais pas sûr de ce que j'allais avoir pour le prix mais j'ai trouvé un petit hôtel propre, bien équipé, dans un quartier calme, à deux pas des site touristiques principaux.

          La chambre était de taille convenable, avec un minibar, une télévision à écran plasma, une fenêtre (oui, j'ai séjourné dans des chambres d'hôtels qui n'avaient pas de fenêtres!), des draps propres, un coffre fort gratuit dans la penderie, l'air conditionné, une salle de bain avec des serviettes propres et une belle douche!

          Le petit déjeuner était simple mais bon, pain, pâtisseries, céréales, salade de fruits, omelettes, fromage et jambon, jus de fruits et café.

          Le personnel de l'hôtel était agréable et sympathique, ils nous ont indiqué un bon parcours à pieds pour accéder à tous les sites intéressants.

          Je recommande cet hôtel sans hésiter!

          Fantastic, Will definately be back

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          Wasn't sure what to expect for the price but found a clean, well equipt small hotel in a quiet area but within waling distance of all the major sights.

          The room was adequate sized, with a minibar, lcd screen tv, window (yes, i have stayed in hotel rooms that have no windows!), clean bedlinen, free safe in the wardrobe, air con, bathroom with fresh towels and a nice shower!

          Breakfast was basic but nice, bread, pastries, cereal, fruit salad, omlettes, cheese and ham and juice and coffees.

          Hotel staff were nice and friendly, gave us a good walking route to get all the sights in.

          Definatley reccomend the hotel!

          Splendida soluzione!

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          L'hotel si trova a pochi metri dalla stazione, in una zona circondata da ministeri. Facilissima da raggiungere ogni parte di Roma.

          Ottima l'accoglienza, splendida la camera (matrimoniale), nella quale trovo graditissima sorpresa vasca con doccia idromassaggio.

          Ottima la colazione, ambienti riscaldati, struttura silenziosa, fatta eccezione per un locale che suona musica nei dintorni, del quale per due sere ho apprezzato le sonorità dei bassi!

          Consigliatissimo.

          Un hotelito fantástico

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          Un hotel excelente con un precio increíblemente bueno para estar en el centro de Roma. A este hotel se le podría calificar como perfecto. Su limpieza era impecable, el desayuno que sirven es excelente con un café magnífico, bollos, queso, jamón, tortilla en porciones, ensalada de fruta fresca y piezas de frutas frescas, además de deliciosas tartas, mermeladas, etc. todo estaba allí. Es un lugar céntrico pero tampoco es una zona demasiado concurrida en Roma, a media hora andando de las principales atracciones como los Pasos Españoles etc. Muy cerca de la estación de tren de Termini pero a unas cuantas calles de distancia, por ello, es un hotel muy tranquilo. Tanto el personal del mostrador principal como los del comedor son muy amables y educados. Las habitaciones y el cuarto de baño son espaciosos y completamente nuevos, de hecho el hotel acaba de abrir. Reservamos una habitación cuádruple pero realmente eran dos, una con cama "king" y ducha incluida y otra con una cama mueble doble que incluso disponía de un aseo más. Es excelente para estancias de familias que buscan algo económico. Alójate allí si buscas una buena relación calidad-precio y no te decepcionará. Encontrarás muchos restaurantes de calidad en la misma calle y una pizzería muy cerca donde puedes comprar pizzas para llevártelas al hotel, con unos precios mucho más razonables que en muchas otras calles de Roma, donde son muy caras. Anna Galea.

          Great little hotel

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          Excellent hotel at an extremely good price for the centre of Rome. Nothing faulty to say about this hotel. It was impeccably clean, excellent breakfast serving great coffee, rolls, cheese, ham, sliced omelette, fresh fruit salad and whole fresh fruits and delicious cakes, jams etc, nothing is missing. It is central but not in the over-crowded core area of Rome, only half an hour's walk to many main attractions like Spanish Steps etc. Very near to the Termini train station, but a few streets away, so it is a very quiet hotel. Very friendly and polite front office and breakfast room staff. Rooms and bathrooms are spacious and brand new since it has just opened. We booked a quadriple room, but it was really two rooms, one with a king-sized bed and shower room ensuite, and another room with a double roll-away bed, which even had an extra toilet en-suite. Excellent for family stays who are on a budget. Go there if you want good value for your money, and you won't be disappointed. Plenty of good restaurants in the same street, and a great take-away pizza very near, which are much more reasonably priced than in the many expensive streets of Rome.

          Anna Galea

          Will be back

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          I am a travel agent and chose this property as a possible option for my clients, as it just opened up the first week of November. I am glad I chose this property.

          It is a 3*small boutique type hotel, with a very personable staff. I had a double room on the first floor and was very pleased with the size and loved the color pallette. The bathroom is quite large and loved the amenities, they are better than a lot of 4* properties I've stayed at. Be warned though, it is a shower stall and the stall is level with the floor. If you take care, that shouldn't be a problem. The breakfast room is a very good size and has a good assortment of various items, but the crown jewel is the espreso/cappucino maker.

          Location is excellent, it is very close to the termini, within a 7-10 minute walk and the area is very safe and is generally quiet, since it is not on a main road. It is also about a 5 minute walk to a supermarket. There are several restuarants on this street. I would reccomend the Ristorante Da Vincenzo, which is about 2 blocks up from the hotel. The food is excellent.

          This property also has apartments, which are about a 5 minute walk from the hotel for long stays.

          They are also able to arrange tours for you, as well as airport transfers, which I used on my departure. It was $40 Euro, fixed rate to the Ciampino airport, in a private Mercedes.

          I have stayed at 4 & 5* hotels all over Italy and hands down they have the best staff in Italy! Paolo the owner is there on a daily basis and is very friendly, as are the other staff members: Giovanni, the day staff, Boris and Adriano the evening staff and Nicolai the overnight staff. This is a property that I will definately book clients at.

          Crosti Hotel

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          Ho passato una notte presso l'Hotel Crosti e devo dire che ci tornerò sicuramente.

          Personale gentilissimo, stanze pulitissime, massimo confort, zona molto silenziosa (per essere Roma centro), posizione ottimale (200 mt da P.zza Repubblica e da Via Nazionale), ci si muove tranquillamente a piedi, qualità/prezzo che non ha paragoni per la zona e la qualità del servizio (ho pagato una doppia 70 euro compreso colazione). Ho parcheggiato l'auto sotto l'hotel senza nessun pagamento (però sono arrivato sabato sera dopo le 19:00 e sono andato via domenica sera dopo le 19:00 - parcheggi gratuiti dalle 19 del sabato alle 8 del lunedi).

          Che posso aggiungere...... ottimo hotel, lo consiglio!!!

          Un piacevole soggiorno all'Hotel Crosti in Roma

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          Abbiamo pernottato tre notti presso l'Hotel Crosti e devo dire che la permanenza è stata ottima sotto ogni punto di vista.

          L'hotel è stato inaugurato da pochissimo, quindi c'è ancora qualcosa da perfezionare ma nulla di determinante.

          L'hotel si trova a due passi dalla fermata della metropolitana Castro Pretorio, in una zona tranquilla, ricca di pizzerie e facilmente raggiungibile a piedi dalla stazione Termini.

          Le stanze sono pulite e ampie, il personale è estremamente cortese, il servizio nel suo complesso è ottimo.

          E' vero che trattandosi di un hotel appena inaugurato, è difficile trovare qualcosa di negativo.

          Il rapporto qualità/prezzo si è rilevato molto buono.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Crosti Hotel Rome

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
           

          Travel Blogs from Rome

          Huge Bucket List Item Checked Off!

          A travel blog entry by wendy2007 on Oct 18, 2015

          1 comment, 21 photos

          ... at some point to have a dinner in. Tonight was the night! Enjoyed a nice pasta dinner and salad in, warm and dry. Did a load of laundry finally and now my bathroom is full of laundry hanging, they have a washer but no dryer, hopefully they'll be dry in the next day or so.

          Will be signing off soon, the fit bit reads: 17,834 which is 7.68 miles

          A domani!

          p.s. the site keeps crashing so the photos keep getting lost, will add more tomorrow
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          Exploring Roman ruins

          A travel blog entry by brianenoy on May 24, 2015

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          Today was a free day in Rome so we took the opportunity to have a sleep in and talk to the family.we set off about 10 am and caught the hop on hop bus to take us all around the highlights. I wanted to see the Spanish steps, well there was about 1000 people have lunch while the took in the atmosphere.
          I had not imagined just how many ruins are here and so much history,we saw the prison where St Peter of the New Testament ...

          St. Peter's Basilica

          A travel blog entry by colebuck on Jan 13, 2015

          ... along with the tomb of the first pope and Bishop of Rome. The dome of St. Peter's is the tallest dome in the city of Rome, and the interior of the church is unmatched in beauty. The obelisk in the middle of St. Peter's square is the obelisk considered to formerly be the death site of the famous St. Peter before it was moved to the square. The basilica is said ...

          St Stephen was a busy fellow

          A travel blog entry by michaeljay on Dec 26, 2014

          5 photos

          ... glass. Well we did get a refill, and a chunk off the bill. To round off the day (which had had an ancient Roman flavour) we called in to Santa Maria Angeli, originally designed by Michaelangelo, and incorporating the Baths of Diocletian. In their day, these were the largest baths in Europe, and you can still see much of the original brickwork. A glorious church, with a wonderful domed ceiling, and ...

          Roman Rip-off

          A travel blog entry by marci.copeland on Dec 05, 2013

          3 photos

          ... our of daylight so decided to take a taxi to Spanish Steps and Via Condotti. After getting into the taxi, the driver tells us there will be a 10 Euro supplement b/c we were taking a cab from the train station, so we paid the guy 18 Euro for a 7.30 fare. Next step the steps and a walk down what seemed like 5th Avenue NYC at Christmas, twinkling lights, beautiful windows, and chestnuts roasting on every ...