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... more. Caught another packed number 64 bus to the colleseum. Bought a ticket for Foro Romano, Colleseum and Palantine. Spent mid afternoon to evening wandering around these marvellous ruins reconstructing them in our minds and imagining life 2000 years ago. Back to cook our own italian inspired roast chicken dish. As good as any restaurant an half the ...
... s 21st birthday.
The following day we headed to the Vatican city but the day after we got up really early to have breakfast and head to the Colosseum to beat the crowd. We bought our tickets for 1pm so just after midday. This probably wasn't the best move we made. We had a few hours spare so we decided to walk to the famous Trevi fountain. Even though it was early in the morning was already so busy. We could hardly move. The fountain itself looked amazing but we ...
... onto fresh plaster so the paint dries with the plaster (yes he'd have to work really quickly on any given portion of the work). Third, painting wasn't even his specialty (that would be sculpture, a la David)! And lastly? His work is just magnificent. I've now stood directly under the panel that depicts the creation of Adam (can you see God's finger reaching out to Adam's?). My awe was punctuated by amusement, however. The regular "shhhhhhh!" of the Vatican staff became ...
... spilled. I picked up the wine glass, the tablecloth, with the spilled salt and empty shaker, and the pop can and put them back on the table. Then I went into the restaurant and they were all wondering what had happened to me. Kristina and I had dessert, as it was included with our dinner. The waiter gave us one bill, and I am still confused about how much or who I owe, or how they figured it out. It was still raining, but we only ...
... I appreciate her kindness. After being out of my comfort zone for so long now, I find myself craving that deep down kindness. When she’s gone, I’m left remembering that happy joy-filled smile and wishing there were more people like her in the world.
Day 3 in Rome
Today, we are doing a walking tour of the Vatican. We decide that since we’ve arrived at the tour meeting point a little early, we will try Rome’s version of coffee. We take a ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Mozart Rome
Mozart Misses Mark
Other reviewers are not talking about the hotel I stayed in. Paid a large sum for a 'deluxe' room which didn't look at all like their internet room pictures, and was missing soap, clock, and extra pillows. We found the desk staff distant. The location is good only for shopaholics. Noisy area of Rome packed with Spanish Steps tourists. Rooms at back reasonably quiet. Taxis do not have easy access to the hotel which is is a partially blocked side street. Included breakfast is good and 'free' internet is welcome, if you can get on the one terminal provided.
Overpriced but nice
Stayed at the hotel Mozart in September 2003 for 2 weekends. Got a regular room for a special 'discounted' last minute price, which was still quite high based on the hotel's rating. Hotel is perfectly located -- we could walk practically everywhere. The roof terrace was great!!! Breakfast was ok for Italian standards. During the first weekend our standard room was a normal size, however during the second weekend, it was tiny. Also, the showers in both rooms were extremely small and inconvenient. Get a deluxe room if you can afford it.
We stayed at the Hotel Mozart because of the consistency of the rave reviews on your site compared with other hotels in Rome, within the moderate price range category we were trying to focus in on. We were not at all disappointed and agreed with all the past reviews we'd read. While other hotels may have beautiful lobbies or exteriors (e.g., the Raphael) the reviews for those other hotels (at least for the moderately priced rooms) were mixed based on the actual rooms/service received and/or were priced significantly above the 200 Euros per night we spent on the best room at the Mozart. At the Mozart, the rooms were quite comfortable and large, the service/friendliness could not be beat, and the rooftop terrace/bar had absolutely spectacular views. On our last trip to Rome we stayed at the Scalinata di Spagna, which is also charming and the rooms perhaps more ornate, but the Mozart was much less expensive, better located, the rooftop garden much lovelier, the breakfast better, and the service much more attentive. In short, we were delighted with the Mozart and would absolutely stay there again...
Enjoyed our stay
We enjoyed our stay and glad we asked for a deluxe room with a terrace. (Thank you trip advisor) We were on the 4th floor but ask for the 5th which seemed to have even bigger terraces. Peaked into some of the standard rooms and they seemed small but equally well furnished. Management was helpful; location great; comfortable lobby; would stay there again.
Mozart is Excellent
The Hotel Mozart was wonderful! Found it on the website (unfortunately did not know about Trip Advisor then) and loved it. Excellent location and the rooms clean, large, air-conditioned, and comfortable. Highly recommended.
The Mozart is close to the Spanish Steps and within easy walking distance to many piazzas and the metro (which will easily take you to the main train station or the vatican). The hotel is beautifully furnished, and they provide a lovely "entertainment room" in which you can use their free internet or read the newspaper (they provide several international ones). The bedrooms are small, but clean, comfortable and well-furnished. The bathrooms are lined w/marble, but the showers are small and water leaks out. The breakfast (included) was great (one of the better ones on our trip)! Overall, we thoroughly enjoyed the stay, and would use them again. To get a cheaper rate, you can book the hotel 7 or less days before your stay for a 10-40% discount (worth it if you're not going during a busy time.)
Mozart in Tune
Found the Mozart on the internet, but got a good deal direct from the hotel.Was impressed by many positive reviews on various websites.Although only a***,it was far superior to many **** Rome hotels that we've stayed in. Comfortable, clean and very quiet;staff personable and helpful-recomended us to local inexpensive restaurants-but it's major attribute is its location. Every attraction within minutes from the front door either on foot or by Metro( 2 mins. walk). Could possibly have been a little cheaper (paid 180 euros a night for de-luxe room) but taking into account the breakfast(which is included) is so good we didn't need to take a lunch, the roof terrace, the helpful staff, and the excellent location, it was well worth it. We'll be back.
Stayed at the Hotel Mozart Sep 30 through Oct 2, 2002. We had a deluxe room, room 502. This was a fantastic room with a private patio off double doors. Very large room with a comfortable king-sized bed. Hotel was very nice, with a small, friendly staff. Breakfast included was also very nice, with assortment of meats, cheeses, sweet rolls, fruit, juices, coffees, etc. Very nice common room with free internet access (high speed). Hotel is located near Spanish Steps, on the Via Del Corso, which is a shopping street closed to traffic. Our room was very quiet, with beautiful rooftop views toward the Villa Medici and Trinita Dei Monti. I would definitely book the same room on a return visit to Rome. I would highly recommend this Hotel. Karen Brown recommends the Scalinata di Spagna as a wonderful hotel. After staying at both, I can say that the Scalinata is a dump by comparison, as is the Hotel Eliseo.