Hotel Golden

Via Marche 84, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Via Veneto, Santa Maria della Concezione, Villa Malta o delle Rose, and The Church of Immaculate Conception.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Golden Rome

    Reviewed by drclad

    Small and damp

    Reviewed Dec 13, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

    Not a great hotel tiny room and so damp all our things got wet but nice location out of the way and had a nice pizza and chips for dinner and a restaurant recommended by the owner!

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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Golden Rome

    A friendly family hotel


    We stayed at the Hotel Golden in November 04 the Hotel is small but the romms are very clean and very well maintained, its not far from the Spanish Steps and easy to walk to all the main attractions. We got a taxi from the train station and were ripped off big time, he charged us 60 euro for a very short trip so we walked arouund or used the metro which is cheap, Marco who's family run the hotel arranged a car to bring us to the airport for less than half the price of the taxi, we liked the hotel and the breakfast was plenty and you could have more it was no problem. Would stay there again

    Comfort and Italian Touch


    The hotel is a nice place to stay in Rome. It is beautifully located in one of the best (probably the best) areas of Rome, taking the first floor of an apartment house. We enjoyed our freshly and beautifully renovated room with an Italian touch in its decoration overlooking a nice ancient wall. The room had two big soundproof windows with shutters one can easily open. Inside the room had facilities corresponding to a 4star hotel: absolutely new furniture and fabrics, air-conditioner, mini-bar, safe, TV, etc. The bathroom was just lovely - spacious and comfortable with plenty of towels.

    Everything to the smallest detail was absolutely new, clean and maintained with love.

    The family running the hotel was friendly and helpful.

    I recommend this hotel to everybody, who is looking for a quiet and comfortable lodging in Rome and does not need big lobbies and public areas.

    Four star quality for two star price


    Our family of five along with our neighbors truly enjoyed our recent stay at Hotel Golden. This hotel takes up a single floor of a beautiful old four story building situated in a wonderful part of Rome. Golden is a small (15 guest rooms), intmate, family run inn with large, clean, beautifully decorated rooms, a fabulous breakfast (included)and a stone's throw from all the sites. We easily got to know Marco, Giuseppe, Mario and the rest of the warm, gracious family who own and run this fine hotel. They arranged for transportation to and from the hotel. They gave us suggestions on where to eat, places to go and answered any questions we had. We booked two rooms, one for our kids and one for the parents. It was great fist trip to ome and we would definately go back to Hotel Golden. Hotel Golden is four stars in our book!!!

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Golden Rome

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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