Hotel Opera Roma
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Opera Roma Rome
What a pleasant surprise! Although small, my room did have a Juliette balcony that I used often in the evening. It overlooked the opera which was situated across the street. I loved the heated towel racks and the brightness of the bathroom.
The front desk clerk took my bags up one floor to my room despite my stating I didn't need help. The entire guest services team were helpful and understood my paying the city fees in coins when they learned I had been pick-pocketed earlier in the week.
The hotel was located off Via Nazionale and a two minute walk to the Metro at Piazza Repubblica. Other than my pick-pocket situation (because I wasn't sure where it happened), I felt relatively safe walking to and from the hotel. Since it was on a side street, you didn't get the sounds of traffic on the main thoroughfare.
Breakfast was included in the price of my stay. Decent selection to choose from and I fell in love with coconut yogurt.
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