Hotel Alimandi Vaticano

Address: Viale Vaticano 99, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Sistine Chapel (Cappella Sistina), Presto Tours, Monument to Alexander VII, and Papal Stables (Scuderie Papalie al Quirinale).
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Alimandi Vaticano Rome

      Great stay at the Alimandi

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      Have just returned from Rome and would like to thoroughly recommend the Alimandi. We stayed in the new hotel and were most impressed both by the facilities but especially by the staff. They were all very welcoming and thoroughly professional with excellent language skills- one charming young lady not only spoke excellent English but also French and Arabic.

      When we next visit Rome - and there will be a next time - we will certainly stay here again.

      Great time in Rome

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      We have just got back from Rome having spent 4 great days and nights at the Alimandi 4*, a great base for a trip,handy for Metro, very friendly, lovely and clean and bright and airy, Breakfast was very good a lot better than the normal continental buffets offered, a great selection of hot and cold, sweet and savoury, really set you up for the day.

      A small bar where you can get a good espresso and nightcap.

      Thoroughly reccommend it to anyone.

      Not many places can boast being the pope's neighbour!

      Loved this hotel

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      Great hotel. Immaculate. Rooms are spacious. We had booked the older hotel and they were kind enough to upgrade us to the new hotel. Our room even had 2 QUEEN size beds which is practically unheard of in Europe.

      Bathroom had ever toilet article imaginable including tootbrushes, razors and slippers. The desk was very helpful and thanks to Aldo for his wonderful cappucinos. Directly across from the Vatican Museum which was very convenient. And the FREE shuttle to and from the airport saves quite a bit of money. The breakfast was by far the best of the 4 hotels we stayed in as we traveled across Italy. Eggs, bacon, rolls, yogurt, great coffee etc. I would recommend this hotel highly. It is a bit pricey but we figured we saved between 60-80E to go back and forth to the airport. If you have any questions, please feel free to email me and I will try and help you. Arrivederci Roma.

      Ottimo Soggiorno Ottimo Albergo

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      Ho soggiornato presso l'Hotel Alimandi Vaticano

      l'ultima settimana di Febbraio, mi trovavo a Roma per lavoro,

      Ottimo albergo, nuovo, piccolo, tranquillo, situtato in una ottima

      posizione (di fronte all'ingresso del Museo Vaticano)

      Le camere sono dotate di ogni confort, comodissima la connesione,

      Internet gratuita attraverso la quale ho potuto sbrigare meta' del

      mio lavoro, L'Hotel offre una colazione buffet completa di tutto,

      tipico stile americano, e il prezzo e' veramente buono consierando

      la categoria (una doppia uso singola € 120,00) camera grande con

      letto matrimoniale.....

      Sicuramente torneṛ qui la prossima volta.

      Such a great hotel???

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      I stayed at this hotel in this month, February 2005, for 4 nights. I stayed at the new building it was 4 stars. I was really confused to get there. Because, Hotel Alimondi has 2 hotels by same name. 3 stars and 4 stars. I'd like to ask them to change the hotel name. It is really confusing.

      All of staffs were very friendly and helpful. But some staffs didn't speak English well. When I said "I have to leave Rome today. It is a pity", A receptionist answered "It is nice!" It was funny.

      Buffet breakfast was excellent. I was able to eat some kinds of cakes there.

      Room was small and noisy. The noise came from electricity system of this hotel. It didn't came from outside. It was low and very loud. I wasn't able to sleep well.

      And I couldn't control the temperature the room myself. At night it was a little bit cold.

      Honestly, I think if you choose 4stars, It doesn't have value as 4stars.

      Location was excellent.

      Wonderful Experience!!!

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      We just returned from Rome a few days ago and spent three nights at the Alimandi(four stars). The personal shuttle pick-up from the airport to the hotel was definitely an added convenience, not to mention the fabulous breakfast buffet that was included every morning. Aside from the convenient location to the Vatican(right across the street from the entrance to the Vatican Museum), it was the extremely hospitable and helpful staff that made the trip that much more memorable! They truly made us feel special and was especially willing to assist us with anything we asked of them. Houskeeping was impeccable and the rooms were immaculate and clean. We had a quadruple room that was quite large in size(relative to European standards), not to mention a large bathroom. The room was very modern and included a flat panel television, minibar, and safe. In comparison with the pricier hotels in Rome, the Alimandi offered a fabulous rate along with a personalized and friendly service. The staff helped us every morning prepare our day, and even recommended places to shop and eat. A staff member even came out to wish us off on our return to the airport! My family and I were extremely pleased with the Alimandi staff and service and would highly recommend this hotel to anyone staying in the Rome area! We would definitely stay here again if we returned to Rome!!! Thanks Anduena, Francesco, and the rest of the Alimandi staff!!!

      What a Place!!

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      We chose this Hotel based on the reviews on this web site...This place is amazing!!! Absolutely SPOTLESS and Very modern! We stayed in the 4 star hotel (They have a 3 star just across the street) Room # 108 and it was to die for. All marble floors, VERY comfortable beds, Gold gilted mirrors, Flat screen Plasma TV. safe, Large room size considering your in Italy ...everything you want. The bathroom was also the best!...Heated towel racks, Large shower, with glass door and 2 shower heads, marble thru-out. The staff is wonderful! VERY helpful, spoken English, nice, and professional looking. It's almost like they are your servants....just so helpful and with a warm smile. The complimentary breakfast is also good! What a spread!!! ALL kinds of pastries, baked goods, jam/ jellies, cheeses, rolls, croissants, they also offer the american fare of: bacon & eggs. ..ALSO fruits, yogurts, cookies, PASTA (this was sooo good, tortellini in a cream sauce for breakfast!!! ) I was in my glory with this place. If I had to mention anything negitive, It would have to be ....Let me think...NOTHING.

      You are right across the street from the entrance to the Vatican. Some might say it's a "bit" away from the "main stream" which it is a little...But the metro is like a 7 mins. walk and you'll be anywhere you want in Roma. You will NOT be disappointed with this beautiful and Spotless Hotel.

      Hotel Alimandi is Fantastic

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      Hotel Alimandi is the best deal in Rome. It is located across the street from the Vatican Museum entrance. The hotel was recently opened. It was remodeled and has new furniture. The rooms are large, very clean, and large bathroom. American style breakfast. Free shuttle to and from the airport. Staff spoke english and went out of their way to be friendly. Metro access is very close. This is just what you hope to find to make your Rome trip a great experience.

      We love Alimandi

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      We stayed at the Alimandi in August, 2004. We were booked into the 3 star but they upgraded us to the 4 star for the same price (they have two hotels very close to each other). The room was beautiful (and spotlessly clean), the staff are wonderful, from Donnia at the front desk to the gentleman who served breakfast in the morning, and who I might add, made us the best coffee we have ever had. The breakfast was wonderful with lots of choices for everyone in our family of four (kids 10 and 12 years old). We noticed several families staying at the hotel. We really felt like we had hit the jackpot with Alimandi. Some may say it is "out of the way" but the metro is very close (5 min. max walk), there is a grocery store right around the corner, the Vatican Museum is right there and if you and your kids are good walkers you will have no problem seeing all kinds of great places on foot. If you book your stay at Alimandi you can set your mind at ease. Donnia even e-mailed our daughter after we got home just to say hi.

      This Hotel's rating will be #1!!

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      I don't know where to begin!! This is absolutely one of the best Hotels in it's price range a person could ever find!! We were fortunate to stay in the NEW location, the 4 star one ACROSS the street from the Vatican Museum!! We almost had to buy a Coat in the heat of August, the room was so COLD, their AC was No. 1!! They offer a 3 night stay special in August for 345 Euro's, that is an absolute steal for Rome! I'm serious, you walk out the front door and cross the street and enter the Vatican door!The rooms are ULTRA modern, with the new age High definition plasma type TV screen, very spacious, toothbrush, slippers for after-bathing,etc. I had initally booked us at Hotel Lancelot which I'm sure is nice, but I saved a bundle and can't imagine it could come close to the Alimandi. We departed from the smaller airport and they arranged a shuttle for 10 Euro's less than we had been quoted elsewhere.The breakfast buffet is better than your Mom's and your grandmothers put together.The staff is ALMOST too accomodating, they even allowed us to go to the terrace at the other location a block away, even though I think it was already closed. It's not clear to me but I think the NEW Hotel isn't 100% complete, I think they are still adding some finishing touches! My son and I stayed in Paris, Nice, Cinque Terre, Florence, and this Hotel was a God-send!! Regardless of the season, when I return to Rome I plan to stay here!! Go to their website {---}

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Alimandi Vaticano Rome

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
       

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