Hilton Garden Inn Rome Claridge

Address: Viale Liegi 62, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Pinciano e salario area of Rome, is near Borghese Gallery (Galleria Borghese), Borghese Gardens, Bioparco, and National Gallery of Modern Art (Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna).
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Rome Claridge

      Bad Location

      from

      Very far from the center. Cost us 10-12 Euro by taxi to get to the city center. didn't like the hotel. The staff can hardly speak English although try to help. not an atmoshpere of an hotel . Will not return.

      Real good hotel

      from

      The Claridge is a real good italian hotel.

      The rooms are spacious and clean.

      The only advantage is that the location is not directly in the city centre and t is not easy to use busses and metros in rome due to missing maps and time tables.

      Excellent Hotel

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      Just come back from the Claridge. Fantastic ! Our party booked 2 double rooms and 1 single room. All the rooms were medium in size, even the single room was the same as the double except with twin beds. They were clean, modern and the jacuzzi shower was a joy after a long day walking around the city. Each room had a small balcony which was great to sit out on and watch the traffic mahem in the street below. The double bed was enormous and very comfortable. Breakfast was good with a cold buffett selection, tea, coffee and fruit juice. The Hotel is not centrally located but well connected by bus and tram. The tram stop is right outside the hotel and we bought tickets from Reception. Take the number 3 tram to the Colloseum (20 mins) and the number 19 tram to Vatican City (30 mins). Reception was modern, light and airy and the staff very helpful. I would recommend this hotel and would definately stay here again.

      Loved it!

      from

      This hotel was amazing - clean, funky, bright and the rooms were so comfortable and slick. The bathrooms were fantastic! The showers are impossible to get out of they are so good!

      Not central, but well connected by buses and trams, and in a nice area near the park and across from a supermarket.

      would highly recommend. So cheap as well!

      Great stay

      from

      We had a great stay in the claridge Rome. Although not in the center -it is well conected with busses and the tram.

      Rooms are magnificent - new and spacious and service was good. My only comment is that the front desk is under-staffed and not very helpful most of the time.

      All in all - highly recomended

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hilton Garden Inn Rome Claridge

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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