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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel De Petris Rome
What a waste of money
Its not what you see in the pictures, you have to walk up stairs to get to your rooms and don't even bother with the lift as its very old and narrow, only two of you can get into it and if you have suitcases, well all i can is good luck to you.
If they give you room no 3, please ask for another room as this is next to the laundry room and they bang the door in the early hours of the morning and talk to each other when they start getting ready to clean the rooms around 6.30am!!!!!
In one of the sites it describes it as quaint atmosphere and homely - i don't think so
Don't think it deserves a 3 star
I would have given this hotel four stars had it not been for two downsides; Though the hotel is in a great location close to the Trevi fountain and Spanish steps, the day we arrived we couldn't check in. There had been a very heavy thunderstorm the previous day and our booked room had leaked water. This was well managed by the staff who booked my girlfriend and I into a really nice comparable hotel a few minutes walk away. Fair enough we thought, you can't blame the hotel for weather problems. The following afternoon we returned to De Petris to check in again, this time without any problems. The room (18) was a very good size and furnished in a homely way. Everything looked fine. However, that afternoon there was another thunderstorm and of course the ceiling leaked again. We decided that the staff might want to know that their roof wasn't working properly so I went to reception. The man on reception (not the same person as the day before) was not at all helpfull. All he could say was that he'd get back to us in an hour with a solution.
We would stay at the DePetris again
We stayed at the DePetris and found the service of the front desk extremely helpful....they arranged tours, transport to hotel, offered restaurant suggests.....the breakfast was ok....service staff not to friendly to Americans.....the room was nice....simple and clean....The location was great.....for the price, a good deal....we'd stay at the DePetris again
We spent just one night at this hotel. When we checked in, after a long day of travel, we found absolutely no hot water in our bathroom. We called reception, which informed us that it would not work until the morning. In the morning, they forgot to give us a wake up call (and our flight left at noon). Then we found nothing more than a tiny trickle of hot water.
In terms of a hotel and location wise, this was very good. In terms of service, it was rubbish. We were very close to the spanish steps, so it was easy to to walk around every where in the city. We got lucky with our room as we were also given a large lounge area to relax in.
My husband and I found the Petris online and decided to try it. The room was awful ! We had room 23. The elevator was so small, my 6'2" husband could barely fit in it with just me! More importantly, the room was dirty and the bed cover was filthy with cigarette burns in it ! The bathroom smelled moldy and the light/fan rattled so loud we couldn't bear to turn it on. The street noise was typically loud for Rome. Do NOT stay at the Petris ! It was like a Motel 6. but worse ! One positive thing: the breakfast at the Petris was decent. We checked out after the first night and stayed at a NEW hotel around the corner: Hotel 2000, recommended by the concierge at the Hotel Anglo American. The owner of Hotel 2000, Marco, was very pleasant and recommended great restaurants. The Hotel 2000 was a five star hotel for a three star price !
Great value for Roman Holiday
We greatly enjoyed our stay at Hotel de Petris. The hotel was clean & nice (and air-conditioned). We found the staff to be helpful and friendly. The location is close to Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and the Barberini metro stop as well. An added bonus...great breakfast served in the hotel's pretty garden. Would definitely recommend as a solid choice for the budget conscious traveler.