Hotel delle Province
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel delle Province Rome
Great Hotel, Great Staff
We stayed for 4 nights during February 05. Hotel staff were very helpful in liasing with the airport when all of our luggage went on holiday on its own to Amsterdam! The hotel is very clean and tidy, our quad room was very spacious, and had a jacuzzi. The hotel is a short walk from the Metro, ideal for sight seeing. We would reccomend this hotel to anyone.
i visited the hotel millenium just last month, it is absolutely dreadful, staff are rude, the rooms are small and grim. there is no restaurant and the breakfast is rubbish.
it was very disappointing and a waste of money, the receptionists were quite polite but everything else was zero. i wouldnt call it a hotel more like a motel or a lodge. pictures on the net are very deceiving and believe me the hotel looks completely different than it really is. outside looks cheap and the owner should consider extendind the size of the rooms.
i will never stay at this hotel again, even if it was the only hotel in rome!!!!!!!! dreadful. not even a kettle to have tea, or teabags. trust me you can find better, save your time and money book yourselves a good hotel not this.
when we first arrived at the hotel it was not what we expected, they had made it look completely different on the internet, it is very small and the rooms are very grim, theres no 24 hour room service and the breakfast buffet was rubbish, not to mention the buffet staff were very rude and told us we only have 2 minutes to have breakfast because they want to close. the hotel has no restaurant which is quite unbelieveable. the hotel is not in a good area of rome, full of graffiti. i wont ever be going back there, we were supposed to stay 2 days but could not bare it so we checked in at hilton cavalieri, which was absolutely wonderful. dont stay here unless you are looking to throw money away. BIG NO NO.
Friendly service at the Millenium, Rome
My first impression of the Millenium Hotel was its efficiency. I e mailed requiring directions from the airport and was promptly e mailed back and offerred a car service from and to the airport. I would strongly advise you take them up on this offer if you are not on a tight budget as the hotel is a bit out of the way and you would save yourself hours for sightseeing. Expect to pay 14/15 euro to and from Rome City.
The Millenium Hotel reception staff are extremely efficient and friendly. They have information on various tours and will book the tour for you and provide transport to the tour office if you decide to do your own thing. The Hotel is small but clean. Rooms are small, bathroom ensuite very nice.A hairdryer is provided but bring an iron with you as they are not provided by the hotel.
Breakfast finishes at 10.30 am i.e. you must be finished your breakfast by that time and not arrive in five minutes before it.
It is a pity the hotel is not more central but if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of the centre, you may find the Millenium will suit you.
This hotel was friendly and clean. The rooms were excellent. Close to the station with a good train service. Easy to follow. We wish the hotel was nearer to the centre of Rome but did not ruin the holiday as the rooms were excellent.
Had a pleasant stay here. The rooms were very small but clean and comforable. Location in a residential area, not suitable if you want all the attractions at hand, was handy to the tube station about 500 metres away. Buffet breakfast was ok nothing special! Service was fine.
My husband an i stayed here in March 2003. Neither of us had been to Italy before and we didn't know what standard hotel to expect. When we arrived we had some trouble finding the hotel as we thought it would be more centrally located. The hotel staff were very helpful and friendly. Our room and bathroom was lovely. Once we had done some sightseeing we were very grateful to be located in a quite residential area away from the mass of tourists.
Very Bad Service
I brought a group of 54 people- I sent a cashiers check way befor arrival. NO ONE at the desk was prepared for my group. I had to wait while they enter information into the computer that should have been taken care (I thought) before I arrived with may group. They did not accommodate me or the 54 people on my bus. I did not like the suite they provided for me and a few of my guest had to upgrade their rooms because the one's the hotel provided were to small. I was not happy with the hotel and the service provided to me.NO, I would not recommend this hotel!(The group was there for St.Louis Award Dinner & Dance) March 12-14, 2004.
Stayed at Millenium May 28-June2, 2003. Rooms small but pleasant and clean. Staff was friendly and helpful with directions . Rooftop breakfast area was nice and breakfast was filling, if a little boring after a few days. Coffee excellent! Metro station about 3 blocks away at Piazza Bologna. Bus stop nearer but we prefer the Metro. Bar Stendahl, just a few steps away was a very pleasant stop in the evenings for coffee or a beer, with soccer on the t.v., and gelato for dessert. Several good neighborhood restaurants a short walk away, bank across the street and many shops and stores near. All in all we enjoyed our stay. Would consider staying there again. A ways from the top attractions of Rome, but also away from the hectic tourist area .
Hated the Residenza Millenium Hotel
This is by far the worst hotel experience I've ever had. The owner overbooked while I was staying there (even though I booked the room two months in advance) and made me move to another room, BUT that room wasn't even a HOTEL ROOM! It was someone's private room with all of their junk, such as mail, dirty slippers, computer components, used toiletries, broken lamp, etc. When I complained about the room, the owner did not care and he gave me two options: leave or deal with it! Then to top it off when I decided to leave he refused to even help me find another hotel room claiming it wasn't his problem. So anyone looking into this hotel...STAY AWAY because the staff is incredibly rude and selfish because money is their only concern.
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel delle Province Rome
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