Melia Roma Aurelia Antica Hotel

Address: Via Degli Aldobrandeschi 223, Rome, Lazio, 00163, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near Miles & Miles Tour Company, Villa Doria Pamphilj, Church of Santa Cecilia, and Teatro Ghione.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Melia Roma Aurelia Antica Hotel Rome

      Great Hotel! Loved it!

      from

      Stayed at hotel the 22nd through to the 25th of June, 2004.

      Positives:

      - Friendly and helpful staff

      - Clean rooms

      - Spacious rooms

      - Well stocked Mini bar

      - Great Balcony rooms overlooking the huge pool

      - Free shuttle to Barbarini Station (30 minutes on Shuttle bus and then only 2 stops down on the orange from Barbarini to the Colloseum) and the Vatican

      - Restaurant food above average

      - King beds available

      - Porter to carry bags

      - Concierge desk can book city tours, day trips, etc...

      - Early check-in

      Negatives:

      - High priced room service/restaurant/minibar. Suggest taking shuttle bus into town and eating in Rome.

      - Limited Shuttle service. Adequate. Map out where you want to go from the two stations the shuttle will drop you off.

      - Shuttle will not pick you up or drop off at airport. I suggest requesting a taxi to hotel. Should pay no more than 30 Euro for two people and bags. Negotiate ahead of time.

      - Hotel is out of the way. Close to nothing.

      Great hotel

      from

      We stayed at the Melia in March of 2004. We were extremely pleased with the hotel. The staff was very courteous. Our rooms were nice, clean, and spacious. The shuttle bus that takes you into town daily was very helpful since the hotel is a bit away from the main attractions in rome. If we are lucky enough to return to rome soon, we will definetely stay at the melia once again!!

      Great hotel

      from

      The staff was friendly and helpful. The rooms were spacious and comfortable. Getting to the hotel was a little tricky (we drove) since it was located on the outskirts of Rome. We were glad that there was a shuttle bus that drops & picks you up near the Vatican or central Rome (short walk to the Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna, etc.) because driving in Rome is something else! Would definitely stay here again and recommend to anyone visiting Rome.

      It was ok.

      from

      I stayed in late April this year. The first room we were given was very hot. They seem to have a problem with their air conditioning because the second room was cooler, but still to hot. The location was very inconvenient for seeing Rome. There is a free bus, but the times are not the most convenient. The food was not that great.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Melia Roma Aurelia Antica Hotel Rome

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

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