TOP Hotel American Palace EUR

Via Laurentina 554, Rome, Lazio, 00143, Italy | 4 star hotel
Prices starting from $71.00
 

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Que Syrah

A travel blog entry by kblas1125

... was after our table split a Caprice Salad. Wow, the fresh mozzarella was so good, but the tomatoes not great. After dinner we all rolled home...just kidding. When we got back it was time to pack. After all, we leave for Florence in the morning. Rome really is such a fascinating place. From all the history of the Ancient Romans to the Renaissance era, this place is somewhere everyone should visit at least once. I am so glad that I got the chance to experience ...

Little moments

A travel blog entry by kayschaffer

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... for them to be on their way. One van arrives to collect a gigantic Renaissance painting that has been restored in the little shop 3 doors down the lane. We look up and take in the ancient roman lettering on the window ledge above the shop. Pedro, from the hostelaria, delivers coffee to the upholsterer and lunch to Amedeo, the tailor next door. Local life goes on as it has for centuries, innured against the constant stream of startled ...

Inter-Railing: Rome

A travel blog entry by babytraveller

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... from the Bed and Breakfast we were to stay at, it was meant to take about 15 from Rome Termini Train Station. That was a lie, it took nearly an hour for us to find it, and that was after myself and J asked for directions.


From there it got worse. The Bed and Breakfast (B&B) was nothing more than a man apartment with a few extra beds. The area the B&B was located was not exactly the safest and then we were charged an extra €6 each for a tax we were ...

Rome

A travel blog entry by d_j_browning

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02/12/2012 - Well, here we are in Rome. Flew in from Istanbul yesterday and arrived mid afternoon. We're staying near the Vatican, St Peter Guest House. Beautiful boutique hotel/B&B located right next to the Vatican on via Ottaviano


. Slight glitch when we went to check in. They had us booked in as a
single, not a double, and they ere full up for the night. The ...

Raindrops, So Many Raindrops

A travel blog entry by cncadventures

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... to the directions I have and the map I looked at yesterday, it is just a short walk to the BNB. We don't put any rain gear on and following the directions walk about 2 and a half blocks and turn right on Via Alba. That is all the directions say so we figure it is down this street and marked. It is now starting to rain hard so we put our rain coats on but not the pack covers as we think we are real close. Down the street we walk until we get to the end of this street and we ...

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    Historical Traveler Reviews TOP Hotel American Palace EUR Rome

    Great Value

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    Great deal for the money. Location was excellent if you like to ride the subway which was just a few minutes walk from the hotel. The subway will stop right in front of the Colliseum. 2 Couples shared a room with a sofa bed which worked out great for the money. Other hotels were extremely pricey. Rather noisy...had to sleep with windows open because they were unable to turn on the air conditioning until the beginning of their summer season. We spent very little time in the room except for sleeping therefore we were well satisfied. Room was very clean and service was excellent. Breakfast was included in price which saved on meal expenses. In it's day it was probably a very upscale hotel, old elegance. Several restaurants in the area.

    A room with a black fire escape staircase view

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    The hotel was great and great situation also, situated next to the Metro and public transport, breakfast was very good and generous,clean and friendly and very helpful. But the Room!!! clean and tidy single room with a terrace, but the view from the terrace was awful, a black fire escape staircase very closed to the terrace, so I opted for closing the curtains and avoid to look out of that room, it was a depressing view, what's the point with a terrace if you can't enjoy the view? Avoid room 202 if you don't want that happen to you.

    Otherwise, it is a great place and I will go back to that hotel, but I will make sure I don't get Rooms with A fire escape vView!

    Theres good, theres bad (and its a little ugly!)

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    On arriving at the hotel, first impression is that it must have been an amazing hotel 20 years ago, but is now more than a little delapidated. For example, lifts are marble effect and brass edgings (ie very fancy) but the lift buttons are either missing, cracked or don't light up!

    Breathe in!

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    Arrived for Easter weekend. Wife and I were given what was obviously (later confirmed) a single room into which a second bed had been added. Gap between wall and bed 16 inches/41cm; Room walls filthy - I can substantiate with photographs. Immediately requested change of room. Told hotel full, but room changed for second day. This room OK. Staff helpful. Good restaurant but limited menu. Nothing of interest in immediate area of hotel, but Metro (across busy road) gets you speedily to where you want.

    Not a TOP Hotel American Palace EUR

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    I would agree with previous reviews and wish I had read this site.

    It does needs some modernizing and it can be noisy, certainly not 4 stars given at Expedia

    My main grievance is with the dis-interested staff especially the senior members.

    OK, they did take care of the broken spare bed they supplied but in a less than helpful manor.

    This could be due to the coach loads that file through the place.

    The breakfast was rationed, as it was only at peak (8.30ish) that the full meat spread appeared.

    This could be a minor detail to some, but it's put me off, when we left they charged 42 Euros for a taxi to FCO airport.

    The drivers cab clock only notched up 30 Euros!

    Had we made a mistake?

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    We hired a car and headed for the centre of Rome. Two adults and two under four years old. The original write up had said Rome city centre, but this was more like Croyden, a good distance from anything resembling Rome. The hotel was right on a main road (ask for room to rear) and looked like a large multi-storey motel. The staff however were welcoming, the room comfortably slept the whole family and breakfast the next morning was pretty good. Over the next 10 days, we stayed in many hotels... the star system is a joke, but the TOP American proved without doubt the best value. The car was in a secure area, at no cost. The underground is about 5 - 8 minutes walk, crossing a busy road. But the journey in to Rome, once on the train, was only 10 minutes. Do not be tempted to take the bus, it took us over and hour! The train runs late into the night, there are no quality restaurants in the area, although the hotel does serve very good food, with some panache. Bottom line, it is miles from the centre, but easy to get to and from and offers the best value for money for a car driver. Next time, we will still try to stay right in the centre of Rome and probably regret not returning to the Palace

    Popular with school tours

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    It's located at the very end of the LIne B Metro in Laurentina in the far south of Rome so you have to travel, there's nothing of interest in the immediate area. Taxi's don't like going there from Termini (central train station) I was refused twice when I hailed a taxi for Laurentina and had to use an unlicensed cab who tried to charge 40E for the journey! The hotel seems very popular with school groups and was very noisey the entire time I was there with kids running up and down the corridors, slamming doors, using mobiles etc until around midnight. I mentioned the noise to the management who did nothing. I'm not a noise freak but it was enough to keep me awake. I don't feel it's worth the 4 star rating I've seen on Expedia, the place is more a 2 star kind of place. It's clean and relatively basic. No English language TV and domestic staff have limited English skills. I found it fine for a short stay although if you have an early morning flight it is not a good place to be as timing is so tight from the Metro to the Trains you could easily miss the train and the flight.

    Enjoyed my stay

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    The hotel was nice enough and very reasonably priced. I really enjoyed the fact it was close to all sorts of transportation. However, this hotel is very noisey. It really needs soundproofing.

    Hotels needs remodelling...

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    The hotel is far away from the Center; however, metro and bus station is near by. Hotel is in need of a serious remodeling, inside and out.

    Rooms are very simple. They really could use some fresh paint. The hotel is OK for a budget traveller.

    Love everything about this hotel, great view from our balcony, easy access to transportation, great capuccino, clean hotel

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    Great view from our balcony, easy access to transportation, great capuccino, clean hotel, great food.

    TripAdvisor Reviews TOP Hotel American Palace EUR Rome

    3.00 of 5 stars Good