WRH Suites

Address: Via Daniele Manin 69, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Palazzo Massimo alle Terme, Santa Prassede, and Appian Line Tours Rome.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews WRH Suites Rome

      A hidden gem

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      Having seen the photos of the WRH Suites on the net and checked out the prices, we were thinking that there would have to be a catch. But there's not. This place is kitted out like a luxury pad and the workmanship is excellent. Really clean with friendly and welcoming staff too.

      The Great Rate Hotel

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      The hotel was ideally located for all amentites for the city. It was lovely clean and modern with lovely friendly staff. The rooms were spacious and finshed to a high specification. Great value for money! Would recommend to a friend.

      Modern, Clean & Friendly

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      WRH Suite is a great place to stay. It is close to the termini train station but is not in any way noisy. The rooms are all spotless, very modern and have free unlimited internet usage. The staff are very friendly and helpful.

      Hard to Better

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      We stayed here for 4 nights and were sorry to leave. It is very stylish, spotlessly clean and the staff could not be more friendly or helpful. It is in an ideal location situated near to termini rail terminal - not close enough to be of any detriment though.

      My son thought all his prayers were answered with a laptop and unlimited FREE use of internet provided!

      With only 4 rooms here and none of them ajoining it was very quiet and peaceful. I have already recommended it to my friends and have no hesitation in saying GO, you will love it.

      Good accommodation

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      On arriving at the Termini train station, we started to make our way to the suites but struggled to find them as the signage on the front door is difficult to see. They are very well located only 10 minutes walk from the station.

      Once we got there we were very pleased, the suites are modern and clean, it's also quiet as they are offset from the busy roads and high up, which is not a problem as there is a lift. Each room also has free internet facilities.

      The staff were friendly but could have provided more information for visitors about restaurants, trains/bus info, assistance with booking entry tickets.

      Even though breakfast was cold continental style, there was nothing laid on for early check out. It would also have been nice to have tea/coffee making facilities at any time not just breakfast.

      It is a great place to stay in a good location.

      Classy Apartment

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      I stayed here for a few nights back in the summer and was really impressed with the place. Its stylilshly renovated and is a nice calm place to recover after the joyfull chaos of a typical day in Rome (watchout for those Vespa's!)

      If at all possible opt for one of the larger rooms with the Jacuzzi's.

      Your aching legs and feet will thank you for it after a couple of days pacing round the sites and shops and its a great way to relax after a busy day. The local shops and restaurants are all good and the Opera house is only a few streets away if you fancy endulging with the locals.

      Overall really impressed!

      Really enjoyed the amenities

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      I stayed at the WRH hotel in Rome and enjoyed all aspects of my two stays there, and would definitely stay there next time.

      Modern, sleek and very comfortable

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      Myself and my fiance stayed in the WRH suite in July. It is really close to the Termini train station (handy for the Metro and buses). Don't be put off by the grubby little street you have to go down to get to the 'hotel' cos its worth it. The staff were very helpful, telling us where to go in Rome and how to get there. The room was spacious, clean and the shower...oh boy!! We had internet access (really convenient) and a flat screen tv. The breakfast area was two steps away from our bedroom door. The only tiny problem was the noise from the traffic as the hotel faces onto two roads. But we bought earplugs and slept soundly. Excellant value and really convenient for everything!!

      Lovely stay in Rome

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      I recently took my fiance to Rome for a long weekend and booked WRH Suites via the net (not sure what the website was but I think roma-hotels.com I think...). We used their transfer service from the airport into town which worked out fine and very much hassle-free. The guesthouse is very central, closet o the main train station and just around the corner of the basillica's, in fact we could walk almost everywhere and if you walk south towards the coliseum there are loads of small lanes, restaurants, etc. The accommodation itself was top notch quality and both of us were very impressed - everything was clean, fresh and I don't think it had been open for that long so everything was brand new. We stayed in room 4, which was beautiful, modern designs, a great Jacuzzi type bath tub (which btw is open - so you would not really choose this room if you were sharing it with your mother!), good air conditioning and excellent in room facilities. The reception isn't manned all the time, so you get given a key to the doors which was real handy. We found the staff very nice and helpful and spoke very good English. We would definitely stay here again and would recommend it to anyone visiting Rome. And almost forgot, a buffet breakfast was included which was a fine spread of Italian hams, cheeses, croissants, cereal, coffee etc...

      Great Place to Stay!

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      The WRH suite have just opened and we are one of the first guests to stay.

      It is located in the historical centre of Rome, and is literally 2-3 mins walk for the main train station (termini) & underground - very handy for getting about and seeing the sights. The local area is nice, there are cafes and restaurants, spilling onto the pavements and its near to the shops.

      The WRH guest house takes the 4th floor of what looks like apartment buildings, you have keys to the main apartment door and a lift takes you to the 4th floor where a 2nd set of keys gives you access to WRH rooms. It is not manned after about 5pm but you can come & go as you please.

      There are 4 rooms - we stayed in ROOM 1 - The Rationalist Room: Le Corbusier - it had been decorated well, very modern, contemporary and clean. The bed was really comfortable, we had air con, tv,jaccussi bath which was great and all felt new! We also had a laptop with free internet access in the room although the broadband had not yet been connected.

      The hotel offers breakfast as part of the price - we were told it was available until 10.30am but found to our dismay that it finished at 10am and was all packed up! The breakfast was ok - nothing special, tea, coffee, cereal, yogurt and some pastries - it was fine - but no fresh toast and only Special K as cereal choice.

      I thought the hotel was good at about 103 a night - I would stay again and its in a great location and is very clean and new. They also offered a discount for paying cash.

      A tip - We took a taxi from the airport as we were not sure how close to the station the hotel would be - it was 40mins drive and expensive - definately take the train!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews WRH Suites Rome

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