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Historical Traveler Reviews Bailey's Hotel Rome
Cosy and quiet
Lovely, cosy hotel, minutes away from the hustle and bustle of the main roads. Although its location isn't perfect, main attractions can easily be reached by foot.
Breakfast was great and rooms nicely furnished and clean.
Some nice, truly Italian restaurants are located on the same road.
So if you don't like large, modern hotels on busy and noisy roads, and instead want some peace and quiet in a charming hotel, I can definately recommend the Bailey's.
May 2004. It was a charming hotel in a wonderful residential section of town. We walked to many places, or took the bus. The hotel is decorated in a grand manor, with silk fabric walpaper and marble bathrooms. It is intimate, the staff above average and the breakfast better then any we found during our trip. We would return again and again.
Very nice place
We stayed from February 15-21, 2004 with our 2 children (11 and 14) in a suite that consisted of two adjoining rooms (Room 103 and 104). The rooms were very nicely decorated and the bathrooms (one for each room) were beautifully constructed with marble. Our room was quite small but all we needed was a bed and a little storage space. The adjoining kid's room was spacious. The rooms have minibars though the items are expensive as is the case at most hotels. The staff were very friendly and helped with taxis, etc. The breakfast is very good although not what most non-Italians would expect. Breads, delicious cakes, cold cereal, proscuitto, juice, a single hot egg dish, capuccino, etc. The staff at breakfast were extremely nice.
The neighborhood is upscale with an abundance of restaurants and little shops frequented by the locals. About a 15 minute walk from Termini station, the National Museum, and the Baths of Diocletian. Very safe and clean.
In regard to some of the complaints posted here, our room was spotless and perfectly cleaned each day. The staff were very nice. You could not control the room temperature but it was comfortable. The only minor complaint that someone else mentioned is a quirky system of keycards for the doors that must be used to turn on the lights in the room.
Awkward but nothing to spoil the experience. I would highly recommend this hotel for business, couples, or families who are willing to pay a little more.
Good service, great room
From reading the other reviews, it seems your experience at the Hotel Bailey is largely affected by the room you're in. A colleague and I stayed there in Spring 2002 and were very happy with it. Great rooms with french windows over the street. Clean, pleasant rooms too, and I had a great bathroom with french doors also. But what won it for us was the service. My colleague's luggage was lost in transit, and the desk phoned the airline literally every half hour until the bags were located and sent to be delivered. They recommended decent restaurants and were prompt in delivering faxes to us. Whether it was calling taxis or the laundry service, everything was done quickly and pleasantly. For the business traveller, it's great for its location and quiet. But I would stay there again on vacation -- provided I could get the same room!
The room was not what I expected. It was tiny. The "king sized bed" was actually 2 low twin sized mattresses pushed together, covered by only one thin sheet, not tucked in, with no mattress pad. The blankets were worn, possibly unwashed, and inadequate. The pillows had no shams, and they were torn with the stuffing coming out of them. The lights were controlled by a central system activiated by the key card when you come in the room, and this system was faulty, so we'd have to stand in the dark room and tamper with the lights until they came on. I occasionally found long black hairs around, on the sheets and in the bathroom, and my hair is light brown. The in-room internet access did not work. The sink and tub drained slowly. Some of the electric outlets did not work.
I asked for an iron, and I was told that I was not allowed to have an iron in the room, but I could iron my things myself downstairs in the maid's chamber. The people were nice, but the standards were below what we were used to. I didn't expect luxury, but I at least expected a clean and well made bed. This hotel did not meet the 4.5 star rating indicated. We checked out early and went to Venice.
A great find in a quiet but convenient neighborhood
We stayed at Hotel Bailey's in late July for 4 nights and had a wonderful experience. (We had just come from 3 nights in Paris at a 4-star hotel where our accomodations were okay, but just barely. The Hotel Bailey's was a real improvement). We had a family suite which was really two adjoining rooms. The rooms, while not huge, were well appointed, very clean and well maintained, and nicely decorated. The room at the front of the hotel was much bigger and brighter than the one in the back, but together they made a nice suite. The hotel sits on a quiet street with virtually no traffic, though it is only a block away from a main road which connects you to all the top sites in Roma center. We easily walked everywhere (except to the Vatican, which we would have done had we not had a baby in a stroller). The staff was exceptional! Very friendly and helpful. They gave us great tour advice, suggestions for restaurants and directed us to items we were shopping for. We felt welcome and catered to during our stay. I would have loved to have stayed a few more days, and will stay here again when I come back to Rome.
Looks good but has some quirks
Stayed here, 01 January - 04 January, 2003.
Website photos for this hotel are pretty accurate.
Common areas are very nice, updated and the room decor is very nice too; clean.
However, there are no individual heating/cooling controls in the room. We arrived to a mild winter in Rome and even though the heat was off, found it quite warm in the room.
The worst thing is that the windows do not open so we were forced to prop open the door at times to get some cool air drawn in from the hallway/stairwell.
Staff seemed to be used to this kind of complaint and they rattled off the explanation as their friendly demeanor turned into hard-edge defiance.
Bath amenities are pretty good.
Breakfast is included, but was only mildly satisfying.
Is within an easy walk from Termini station though.
If you stay here make sure you get a good rate off one of the travel websites; I wouldn't think full price staying here would be worth it.
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