Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia Hotel

Address: Via Aurelia Km 8,400, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Suburbio Aurelio area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Miles & Miles Tour Company, Presto Tours, and Roman Candle Tours.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia Hotel



    I stayed at this hotel in May of 2002, and I found it to be very clean with a very hospitable staff. No complaints!

    Generally good


    I stayed here with my three children April 2004 and we were generally happy with everything. When you have children you don't necessarily want a 100% Roman experience; I looked for a hotel with a 'British' feel hoping the kids would like the food. It turned out to be more 'businessy' than the name 'Holiday Inn' suggests and we felt somewhat underdressed when casual. Apart from no courtesy tea service in the (lovely) bedrooms I have no other complaints. The tea services were supplied on request but were not topped up every day. The restaurant served nice food, sea food especially, and the shuttle bus service took us to the main sites via a request stop at Vatican so one of your reviewers had the wrong impression about this. We were very happy with the location thanks to this free bus service. Shame the pool was out of use though, especially as we had good weather. You could do worse than this hotel which I think is good value for money. Learn some Italian though as not all the staff speak English.

    NOt very central to the sights


    I just spent 3 nights at this hotel at the end of Feb 2004. The previous users did a very good job in describing this hotel. The rooms are clean and our room had a balcony view. However the shuttles are few and far between. Has a good hotel bar if you just want to hang out although the prices of the drinks are expensive. If you like getting away at the end of a long day touring Rome, then this is the place for you.

    The Mickey D Hotel


    No, this is not an airport hotel, nor a downtown hotel, nor a suburban hotel. This is a stop for tour groups along the freeway. Have the $14 breakfast. Wait for one of the free airport van, leaving every 4 hours.

    View the physical plant and the top of the McDonalds from your room............

    Bad location


    Stayed at this hotel at the end of Sept. for three nights. Did not like the location at all if you plan on seeing the sights like most tourists. The closest Metro stop was a bus ride away and the hotel is at the top of a hill so when you are tired at the end of the day it is a pain to climb. We ended up taking taxis from the metro stop ( 10 euros at night b/c of evening rate). They say they have a shuttle but it only goes to the Vatican and not often enough to take bake at the end of the day. Room was clean and breakfast was okay. Had internet access. Overall, I would reccommend spending more and staying in the centre of Rome to get have a great Roman experience.

    Clean hotel, friendly staff


    Clean, modern rooms. The rooms are small, though it offers a very "American" environment. If you're new to Rome and the hotel's location away from most of the sights isn't an issue, this is a safe bet.

    Otherwise, there are better alternatives for a true Roman holiday...

    Holiday Inn Surprise


    Situated in West Rome, convenient only for airport transportation, this hotel is nevertheless very clean and modern, with some luxury touches.

    A higher rating would have been given except for the presentation of the worst meal of our trip in the dining room. The breakfast, conversely, was one of the best. Due to the isolated location, only the nearby Jolly hotel might offer better dining posssibilities. Small bar.

    Internet access only for laptop or palm pilot owners.Geared for business commuters.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia Hotel

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