How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Miami Rome
The hotel's location is perfect. The hotel is centrally located and made it walkable to all of Rome. I walked to and from the Stazione Termini without any problems. The staff was very accomodating and spoke excellent English. I will stay at this hotel again the next time I'm in Rome.
Have just returned from a 5-day stay in Rome and can thoroughly recommend the Miami Hotel. The staff are exceptionally friendly and the hotel spotlessly clean - it has recently been refurbished to a very high standard. The only negative comment I would make is that the breakfast room is too small when the hotel is busy (especially over the weekend), and the choice of food is a little limited, although adequate. Would definitely use it again if going back to Rome.
Several things that make it great:
1) the central location - all the major tourist attractions are within walking distance of the hotel 2) the room itself - the air conditioning in the summer of 2003 was a godsend! v. good furnishing and comfortable interior decor as well.
3) Close proximity to Stazione Termini was v. helpful to first-time visitors to the Eternal City (like myself) 4) The generally friendly and helpful staff really makes the stay enjoyable.
A few minor lags like the little variety of food in the breakfast table but that does not detract from my opinion that H. Miami is a great place to stay in when in Rome. Highly recommended.
Very good hotel
Excellent hotel. Good location, friendly staff. Only negative was breakfast - cramped room and poor quality. Coffee was from a machine.
Hotel Miam's Excellent Location
On arriving in Rome, we found the Miami Hotel without any problem as it is located right in the city centre. It really is, as the hotel's website states, within walking distance of all sightseeing. We easily found the Colliseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, the Vatican etc. The hotel's reception staff were very friendly and helpful and the hotel room was very comfortable and spotlessly clean. We enjoyed our continental breakfast. We look forward to returning to the Miami Hotel in the future.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Miami Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
Started our day with a half day guided tour of the Colosseum, the temples of the Forum and the Campidoglio (Capitoline) Hill. This was a Much bigger area with many more artifacts than I had thought! It was very interesting to learn how it had been laid out and what all kinds of events happened inside. So cleverly engineered! Our guide taught us more than I could possibly retain ...
... Salvatore Ferragamo, Furla, Burberry, CÚline, Dolce & Gabbana, Max Mara, Alberta Ferretti, Trussardi, Buccellati, Bulgari, Damiani, Tod's, Cartier, Bally, Mont Blanc, as well as the venerable Louis Vuitton, where the girls spent some time shopping.
Following the shopping spree, we started the long trek back to the apartment, stopping briefly at the Piazza Cavour after crossing the river, where there is a small park with the greenest grass ...
... us the Duomo, and took us on a walk through the four sectors of the old Roman city. There is a military section, religious section, Jewish sector and commercial. Apparently there has always been a significant Jewish population, and a number of Jews who converted to Christianity. There was even a special door on the Duomo marked with the Star of David, for Converted Jews to enter. Angela, Virginia and I ...
... another barricade (farther back from the first) and met a couple from Canada. It was fun to talk to them! They had been in Rome for a few days and were leaving on a tour of southern Italy in the morning. At about 9:45, they started reciting what sounded like a list over the loud speaker. When they repeated it in English, it turned out to be a welcome to all of the groups who were there that day, “the Diocese of Sacramento,” and, ...
Wow- what a super busy day. We went out to Appia Antica this morning to see the ruins near Piazza Giovanni. What an amazing place. Then we made our way to Caracalla (huge sport and bath complex that housed 6000 to 7000 people a day). These ruins were huge and more impressive to us than the Coliseum. We then went for a quick look at the Circo Massimo (huge recreational complex mostly used for chariot racing). We then ...