Raganelli Hotel

Address: Via Aurelia 738, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | 4 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 4 star hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near St. Peter's Basilica (Basilica di San Pietro), Presto Tours, Roman Candle Tours, and Villa Doria Pamphilj.
Map this hotel



    Historical Traveler Reviews Raganelli Hotel Rome

    3 star hotel with a 5 star fitness and wellness centre


    Incredible surprise to find in a small 3 star Raganelli hotel a top class fitness centre. We (me and my girl friend) had a wonderful holidays thanks the good standard and high level of service of this 3 star hotel with some positive points which are difficult to find sometime also in a 4 star hotel. The hotel location is good, easy to reach arriving by car from the motorway, privite parking for our car free of charge. just in front of the hotel there is a bus stop from where in 10 minutes you are in Vatican city and shopping area. Restaurants and also other shops are at walking distance. The double room was very clean and comfortable. The reach buffet breakfast decorated in a very personalised and lovely style was the best way to start the day. The staff always helpful and professional gave us many suggestion on how to visit this wonderful city. The pleasant surprise: Just next door of the entrance of the Raganelli there is the "first fitness centre" big wellness area, brand new, elegant, technically top equipped, with sauna and relax area ( 5 star level) where the clients of Raganelli can enter free of charge and can enjoy the rest of the day. We will come back at the Raganelli and will recommend to all our friends and parents.

    Welcoming Staff


    Finding a welcoming Staff such as Raganelli people is not easy! Confortable room, good buffet breakfast, easily to reach driving in Rome, useful Free parking. Rates are very good!! Staff told me they are goign to offer also Wellness & Fitness Area!!

    Comfortable and Warmth


    functional hotel, comfortable, easy to reach by car, free parking. Very easy to visit the city by public transport. "Familiar" atmosphere, great value price/service. Good Breakfast.

    Comforts & good service


    arrived in Rome whitout having reserved an hotel, had luck in finding on the way by car arriving in Rome the Raganelli hotel. excellent staff, all very friendly. very reach breakfast in the morning and good standard and comfort in the room. private parking for the car just in front of the hotel and good connection to the center throught pubblic transportation. preice very resonable

    Great holidays, thank you Raganelli !!


    Well after having read the last reviews about this hotel I can just agree with what was written;

    the staff working there was just exemplary; friendly , helpfull, professional and always with a smile in their face; how everybody would whish to have it!

    our two rooms were really clean and comfortable and the breakfast buffet every morning was just awesome. arriving with two cars ,the private parking place of the hotel was just perfect for us having had in this way the possibility to visit this beautiful city by bus that can be taken exactly in front of the hotel.

    all in all the price performance ratio and atmosphere was good and we can just reccomend this hotel to all tourists coming here to this great city!!

    Raganelli: good value for money


    I stood with my girlfriend 4 days in the Raganelli Hotel this September and I must say that we were very positively impressed by the offered services (eg: excellent breakfast in the morning, very rich buffet, ecc) and by the incredibly polite and helpful staff. Furthermore, our room was very clean and comfortable. As a great plus I want to underline the parking possibility directly in front of the hotel as well as a good connectivity of the Hotel itself, the "Bella Roma"'s center can be reached easily by bus and/or subway. We are very happy for having joined the beautiful and relaxing atmosphere that makes the Raganelli Hotel so unique.

    After having read the negative reviews written about this Hotel, I asked myself why people often go on holiday with such a negative attitude towards everything...if you can't enjoy your time and see things positively, then you'll be unsatisfied even in the Burj Al Arab (Emirates - the only 7 stars hotel in the wolrd).

    Find somewhere else


    Hmm, this hotel looked really nice in the photos on the internet but they have been cleverly taken!! Rooms were very out-dated and dark. The bathrooms were pretty grim as well. The hotel is also miles from the sights!! However, the staff were very nice.

    Not unless you are desperate!


    The hotel is nothing like the pictures on the websites! The rooms are very basic and dated, although clean. The bathrooms are again very dated. It is situated right out of town, although is on a bus route to a metro station. Would book a hotel closer to the city centre in future! Not recommened unless you have absolutely no other option!

    Stay at a different hotel


    This hotel is far away from Rome (at least it's on a road where you can take a bus to the subway). The rooms are not very nice. The halls were dark and a little bit scary. On the plus side, the people who worked there were nice. You should find a hotel more centrally located this one.

    Don't do it.


    I found this hotel on a website, and from the pictures, it looks nice. In person, however, it looks a lot different! The hotel is dark, completely outdated, and just gave me an all over yucky feeling. I chose not to even walk around barefoot in my room, and there were two mysterious holes in the wall of our room. Despite this, my biggest problem with this hotel is how far away it is from everything you would come to Rome to see. From the hotel, you must take a 15 minute bus ride just to get to the Vatican, which is already on the outskirts of Rome, and from Termini station, it was a 30 Euro taxi ride! If you are going to Rome, there a million hotels that are nicer and closer to the attractions.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Raganelli Hotel Rome

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Rome, Pompeii and Colosseum

    A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Sep 14, 2015

    1 comment, 11 photos

    ... get us past the queues and we actually felt sorry for the people who had to wait for hours to get in.

    We saw the treasures of the Vatican Museums - marble busts and statues …. tapestries … maps …. Then into the Sistine Chapel. Chris had visited the Vatican In 1976 and had been disappointed in the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel because it was very dull Work to clean it began in the 1980s and the work has brightened the ...

    Easter Weekend in the Holy City

    A travel blog entry by joannaeskander on Apr 05, 2015

    10 photos

    Not many people have the opportunity to experience the beauty of Roma, especially during the Holy Week. We started our week on Holy Thursday in which we participated in a Church Crawl throughout the city. We went to 10 different churches where we able to reflect and pray. It was such a different pace of seeing Roma, strolling and appreciating void of any rush or hurry. The students at the ...


    A travel blog entry by alex.stuart4 on Nov 08, 2014

    17 photos

    ... Roman and Egyptian style and architecture. It was also crazy to see the casts of people in their last positions before they died. However Pompeii also had its funny perks, including a lot of sexual paintings on the wall in people's houses but also in what used to be a brothel (the oldest profession). In the brothel they had paintings on the wall that had numbers and pictures of sex positions so the client could pick which sex position they preferred! (I'll ...

    Mission impossible!

    A travel blog entry by kcsinasia on Oct 17, 2014

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... those stairs, is a bit of an antiquity itself and calls for some trust! It is tiny: you open the grate door, then two in-swinging doors, and then close them all. It is very crowded if 4 people are in it! All in all, Rome has been tiring--too much to see in too little time, and the crowds and cacaphony of a big city. The pines are amazing; lovely trees with lower limbs trimmed away, leaving a cap-like canopy high overhead. We would have benefitted from some time in a garden. ...

    A Long Wait Day To See The Parents

    A travel blog entry by britanne on Oct 12, 2013

    16 photos

    Our parents are arriving in Italy today!!!! Kevin and Michelle's cousin, Sarah, arrived in the evening in Rome, so we had to wait around to pick her up at the airport. Her plane gets in at seven, so we got a long day of wandering around again. We walked around The Coliseum, the different ruins, and revisited the Trevi Fountain. This time Michelle only threw in one coin. The Fontana di Trevi is the most beautiful fountain in Rome ...