Cosmopolita Hotel

Address: Via Santa Eufemia 5, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Vittorio Emmanuel II Monument, Piazza Venezia, Ecstasy of Saint Teresa, and Forum of Trajan.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsCosmopolita Hotel Rome

    Reviewed by dormisdijana

    Great location

    Reviewed Jul 20, 2013
    by (2 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    Breakfast was fantastic. Lift was tiny, room was tiny as lucky I didn't have a larger suitcase! Air con leaked advised reception but no one came to fix. Amazing location makes it all ok though

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Reviewed by lindasarah


    Reviewed Jun 15, 2013
    by (10 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

    Fantastic location, nice and clean. Friendly staff

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

    Historical Traveler Reviews Cosmopolita Hotel Rome

    Great Location But Small Room


    I stayed in this hotel this past March. We spent 2 weeks in Italy(my first trip to Italy and Rome was our first stop.) The central location is the best you can ask for! It's walking distance to all the major sites including the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, and Piazza Venezia. Location of the hotel was definitely 4 stars(and maybe ever 5 stars)! The only thing is that they had advertised this hotel as a 4 star hotel, which I don't think it is 4 stars. Maybe a 3 star hotel is more like it. The main lobby is decorated nicely. Our room though is small for 2 people(and my friend and I are actually thin, we still felt it was small), but it was economical for just a place to stay. Staff was okay and seem nice. The only thing that was scary was that we were stuck in this small elevator(the elevator just stopped while we were going back to our room), and we literally were screaming for help. Luckily someone at the front desk heard us, so they were able to fix the elevator and we were brought back to safety. It took about maybe a

    1/2 hour to do so though, because the repair man had to be called for this emergency. But overall, an okay economical hotel in a fantastic location!

    BTW.. Italy is amazing!

    Perfect location


    Cosmopolita hotel is a very nice hotel. In February 2004 we have stayed four nights at this hotel with our baby (seven months old)! The location is perfect, especially when you have a baby-carriage with you.

    You don' t need the bus or metro, you can walk to all objects of interest. They have given us a nice room, with a lot of space! The breakfast (buffet) was tasty! A nice way of starting your day!

    Wonderful location, however...


    I have stayed at this hotel several times and the staff is wonderful, the location is perfect, however some of the rooms are facing the street, without a/c and very loud. On the first night of all my stays with this hotel, I have been placed in this type of room. With very little sleep and complaints to the staff, have get moved the following day to a perfect room... This is a great hotel, just be aware the room types are very different.... and requesting far in advance does no good at all... Why do I stay.... it is a ideal location and my favorite resturant is close by...

    Cosmopolita Outstanding


    I just wanted to follow up on a review my wife provided regarding our recent stay at the Hotel Cosmoplita. The best thing about this hotel is that the staff was extremely helpful and pleasant.

    The hotel itself is also ideally located (virtually next to Trajans column and the Forum) and has recently gone through a major renovation.

    Consequently, everything is crisp and clean, our room was great.

    When we return to Rome this Spring, we will stay at the Hoteal Cosmoplita.

    Very small room


    We stayed at the Hotel Cosmopolita in May 2003. We were given a first floor room that was the width of the hallway. It was actually an extension of the hall. The buffet breakfast was good but on the second floor not on a rooftop terrace over-looking Rome as advertised. Finally, the day male desk clerk was very indifferent and rude towards us. The evening desk clerk was very good. While very well located, I personally would stay elsewhere on the next visit. By the way, I spent over three weeks in Italy and that was my only dissapointment.

    Hotel Cosmopolita a wonderful Hotel


    My husband and I made our first trip to Rome and Europe last week. We stayed at the Hotel Cosmopolita. This lovely hotel and its staff exude charm, professionalism, comfort and class. The staff are polite, helpful and gracious. Our room, a standard double was beautifully decorated, the bathroom though small (by American standards)had brand new fixtures,very clean and functional. The linens were of nice quality. The Breakfast that is available to all guests (included in the nightly rate) was consistently excellent, with a large variety of eggs, breads, cheeses, meats, fresh fruit, cereal, coffees, juice, pastries. LOCATION: Central and within walking distance of all of the major must see sites. Coloseum, Roman Forum,Capitoline Museum, Vatican, and many beautiful churches, ancient ruins, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Spanish Steps etc. When we return we will stay at Hotel Cosmopolita again. Rates are somewhat better through a travel agent but certainly check with hotel directly first.

    First class hotel - highly recommended


    The Cosmpolita Hotel is perfect in every way. I highly recommend it. It is situated not far from the Victor Emanuel Monument, the Roman Theatre, The Forum, Coliseum, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon - all are within easy walking distance - just take care crossing the roads!

    The reception area is classy; the receptionists helpful, polite and friendly. The whole place oozed elegance and professionalism - the way a hotel should be run.

    Our room was beautifully furnished, warm and welcoming. The bathroom was large, bright and very clean and there were ample towels and toiletries. There was even a bidet.

    I highly recommend this to anyone travelling to Rome. It is a 4* hotel, but reasonably priced considering its position, and it offers first-class accommodation.

    Good hotel


    We stayed at the Cosmopolita from 25-29 September 2003. It was well placed for sightseeing and we were able to walk to all the major sites easily. It is located in a small sidestreet so there is no too much traffic noise. The hotel itself is small and elegant and the rooms and the whole hotel, in fact, were spotlessly clean and very nicely furnished. The staff were all pleasant and helpful. Breakfast is good with a selection of hot and cold dishes and loads of fruit. We had a great time in Rome and would recommend this hotel.

    Wonderful Hotel


    The Hotel Cosmopolita was absolutely wonderful. The staff was very nice and helpful. It was located in a great area. We were able to walk everywhere. I highly recommend this hotel.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Cosmopolita Hotel Rome

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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