White Hotel

Address: Via In Arcione 77, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Piazza di Trevi, Il Gelato di San Crispino, and Salone Margherita Bagaglino.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews White Hotel Rome

      Recommended comfortable place to stay

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      Returned today from a 3 night stay. Like other reviewers we had booked the 3*Accademia but were transferred to the 4*White Hotel in the same group of hotels on arrival at around midday apparently because our room wasn't ready at the Accademia. We had no complaints about this!

      Great location near the Trevi fountain and in a good area for restaurants to suit all tastes and budgets. Room was smaller than average but more than adequate. Tastefully furnished and decorated - all good quality. Comfy double bed. Small but luxurious bathroom. Our only niggle was that like other hotels we've stayed in the bedroom was too warm and a bit stuffy but opening the window solved that!

      Plenty to eat at buffet breakfast - hot and cold food, fruit, pastries etc. Excellent staff - proud to serve well and all spoke English. We splashed out and used the hotel-arranged Mercedes car service 40 Euros to return to airport - much easier than lugging bags from coach drop off at station to hotel which we did on arrival.

      Great Location!

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      Just got back yesterday from Hotel White 07/03/2005. We where supposed to be staying at the Accademia but our room wasnt ready so they moved us to the hotel White.

      Its in an excellent location 2 minutes walk from the Trevi fountain, you are able to walk to all the sights from here.

      The Room was quite large and had 2 twin beds, very clean. The breakfast was just European continental.

      The staff at the reception were very helpful and spoke English.

      I would recommend this hotel.

      Great value for an ideal location

      from

      Fantastic location, literally 2 mins walk to the Trevi and then another 5 mins onto the Pantheon, all via quiet cobbled streets. Our room (307) was a little larger than the others, event hough we had paid no extra. The bed area was divided from the living area by a sliding door. The bathroom was clean and modern, the reception was always staffed. The breakfasts were huge, buffet-style and the staff were VERY helpful to us. Worth considering the car service to/from the airport - it was 5 euros cheaper than the airport taxi.

      Excellent location, great value and friendly staff.

      Very Good

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      Lovely Hotel, was moved here from the Accedemia which is part of the same chain (room there was AWFUL). The rooms are large and clean and the location is excellent, staff very friendly and helpful.

      Nothing special

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      We stayed here in 2002 and were less than impressed. The room was extremely dark, there were stains on the furniture, the room safe didn't work and the stairs up to the sleeping area wobbled alarmingly!

      The staff were OK but certainly not overly helpful.The location is good though.

      X Trevi Fountain Lovers x

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      Location: A small 2 minute walk up from the Trevi Fountain. Nearest Metro (underground) Barberini - 2 stops to the Vatican (Cipro) from Termini Station (Train, Bus, Metro).

      Hotel: 4 star rating, had no problems atall. Staff very polite, you pay for what you get we paid 170 Euros a night - about 130 pounds a night, but you would pay more than that for a nice pleasant hotel in London.

      Very clean hotel, Breakfast was included which was substantial.

      Very nice place to eat next doors, called Grill and Restaurant it had a nice jazzy theme and the food was very fresh and the atmosphere was romantic.

      Any city break is what you make it, but its a busy city but very romantic, theres always somewhere to eat at all hours, and there was always something to look at. In November it was not busy no queing atall, and the sun was out!.

      Sometimes in the evening you could hear the traffic from a tunnel that resides around the back of the hotel but only a small murmur like a fan on. Nothing dreadful.

      Sum Up: Small, friendly, tasteful, and clean.

      Ciao x

      White is alright!!

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      Great location - 100 yards from Trevi Fountain. Nice and helpful staff with good tasty breakfast. Rooms a little small but well catered a good shower. Rome was fantastico!! Lots to see, plenty to film and snap. Great service from all restaurants. And no queues at this time of the year!! Architechure wonderful. Food great, people friendly. Best city break ever had.

      TripAdvisor Reviews White Hotel Rome

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

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