Hotel Regno

Address: Via Del Corso 330, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), The Church of Sant'Ignazio, Church of Sant'Ignazio Di Loyola, and Column of Marcus Aurelius.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Regno Rome

    Fantastic location and excellent staff throughout.

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    Very convenient location, rooms large and spotlessly clean. Towels changed every day and complimentary soft drinks during the day. Good selection for breakfast. Very quiet hotel considering on a very main road. Have been to Rome before but by far this was the best hotel all round.

    Great.

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    We took 2 adjoining rooms in this hotel during the last week of July 03 and can advise that it was fantastic. The room and bathroom were good size and had all necessary features incl, room safe and air-con. The location is excellent as most central Roman sites are within walking distance. The staff were very friendly and most helpful. The only downside was the lack of variety / choice available at breakfast. When I return to Rome this would be number one location.

    Friendly people, Great Room, Great location

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    We spent 2 wonderful nights in a room with a tiny roof top terrace. The staff was very helpful and the hotel is right in the middle of the historic area. Enjoy!

    ROTTEN REGNO - RUDE STAFF ARE US!!

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    Our room was adequate, a bit small with a view over the interior of the hotel which was very uninspiring. Unfortunatley the hotel was having some renovation work we we arrived. This should have been no problem as it is illegal to start work before 10am, when we would already be awake. The work started at 7am every morning! The noise was spectacular, deafening and relentless.

    The staff washed their hands of us. The staff refused to listen to us and refused to accept there was any problem. The manager was downright rude and suddenly nobody could speak English!

    I have never been treated in such an appauling manner by a hotel. I advise you never to stay there, even though the location is convenient.

    Fantastico!

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    I stayed at the Hotel Regno with a group of ladies and we were 100% thrilled. The central location is worth *any* price, but the hotel itself is simply lovely. It's a typical small European hotel - rooms are not huge but adequate in size. The breakfast is served in a series of quaint rooms. Food is very good and plentiful. The staff was superb - friendly, helpful and eager to please. The hotel is located on a very busy and noisy street, but the soundproofed windows were exceptional. No issues with noise at all. Considering the "just-above-moderate-price," I will recommend this hotel to anyone going to Rome.

    For little people only

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    Booked into the Regno Hotel, Rome on our travel agents advice. Ok the location was excellent - right in the heart of things. The room however was tiny - the bed for two average height adults was barely bigger than a slightly large single bed (no exaggeration). The bathroom was about 1metre x 1 metre. The shower leaked all over the floor despite us trying every manouvre. The noise was terrible and the hotel staff fairly disinterested. If you were a single person looking to be in the centre of Rome and don't mind a bit of noise - perfect. For a couple - no way. We checked out the next day and found alternative accomodation.

    Loved the Regno

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    We just got back from our stay in Italy and we couldn't believe our luck. The Regno is clean, the breakfast is ample and the staff are very helpful and courteous. The location can't be beat - about 2 blocks from the Trevi Fountain and 3 blocks to the Pantheon. It's also located on one of Rome's busiest shopping districts, so there is instant access to buses, shops and restaurants. We loved this hotel and were thankful for its convenient location every time we ended our 10-hour walking days! I'd recommend it to anyone, definitely one of the highlights of our trip.

    2nd time at Regno

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    I'm back from my second trip to the Regno. All the construction is done. Very clean; beautiful rooftop views; superb staff. This is my 8th trip to Rome and the Regno reigns.

    They even emailed me a New Year's e-card!

    Convenient location

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    In April 2001. Stayed on 3rd Floor with window overlooking pedestrian walkway. Room was small. The bed was enclosed by wall on three sides but was firm and comfortable. Respectable bathroom.

    Best thing about the hotel was the staff. Very friendly and helpful. Second best thing is the location. You can walk to everything. Spanish steps, Fountain of Trevi, Pantheon all with several easy to walk blocks. Nice inexpensive lunch place just outside the front door to the right.

    Going back in a month.

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    A travel blog entry by thring06 on Oct 25, 2014

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    We stayed Friday night in a great little hotel called Hotel Regno. It was really well located between the Pantheon and the Trevi Fountain. I call it little because the room was the smallest I have ever seen as was the shower and the bathroom.

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