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Historical Traveler Reviews Piemonte Hotel Rome
Hotel Piemonte is a spotless, modern hotel. It has a homely atmosphere, probably due to its size. Giovanni, one of the guys on the desk, is a legend! He is so helpful with directions, sites to see, places not to go to. His favourite phrase is "excellent best". What a legend!
Excellent choice. We choose to pay 100euros for a rather small room (but quite nice).
(but we were offered a bigger room for 120euros).
Near main train-metro Station Termini
Variaty of taverns around the hotel
Renovated, Very clean and quite
The old guy at the reception very helpful
A litlle off city center by foot.
Great Value Hotel!!!!!!
When we went to rome, we arrived very late...
And the first thing that really suprised us was the old gentlemen behind the front desk named geovanni...He was simply amazing! we didn't asked nothing and he just told us all about rome (the bad/good areas, the bus to the vatican, the timetables, where to eat, what are the best transportations, etc.) and beside that he gave us cards with all the information.
The rooms are small but clean and the breakfast is good.
The hotel is very close to termini station (good for train travellers) where all the buses are.
As we left the hotel for florence, Giovanni gave us more cards with the train timetable and all the florence monuments ranked by stars!!!Now thats service!!!
The hotel is cheap: 75€ for a double room, which for me is an excellent bargain...we also had an 5%discount since we didn't use a credit card.
Fantastic! We loved it!
We really liked staying here! There was the most amazing older Italian gentleman on the front desk when we arrived who was so helpful and friendly and wrote us little notes and recommendations which really made our stay here very special! The rooms were VERY clean and tidy!!! Spotless I would say! Our room was small but we didn't care as it was only somewhere to rest our heads and the fact that it was clean and we felt safe there was all we were looking for! This was a better hotel than some of the 4 star hotels we stayed at in Italy and it was so reasonable!!! There is a great Pizza, Pasta resutrant just minutes away too! Very happy and this hotel comes highly recommended!
I have just returned from a 3 day trip to Rome staying at Hotel Piemonte and have to say it is an ideally placed hotel near Termini Station so not far to walk for the airport bus!
The rooms were clean and perfectly adequate, the hotel staff were really friendly and especially the person on at night-time was helpful in recommending restaurants and places to visit
I would go back there if I went to Rome again and would recommend it
We have recently returned from a 3 day break in Rome. The Hotel Piemonte was very attractive from the outside and our rooms were extremely clean and spacious, lovely bathroom, considering the rooms were not pricey ! Maid cleaned rooms every day! Although our two friends had a much larger room on the first floor, but we were not fussed as it was just the two of us. Reception were friendly and accomodating and spoke good english. Location was very good as we were away from the hustle and bustle of Rome yet we were close to Termini Station. Therefore we could access all routes to local attractions. Breakfast was also very nice in quiet dining area. All in all a fab stay and would definitely recommend the Piemonte
The staffs are extremely helpful and friendly. The room is big and lovely and their breakfast are good. The hotel is within walking distance of the train station. We will definitely recommend our friends to stay there when they visit rome.
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