Hotel Royal Court

Address: Via Marghera 51, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Royal Court Rome

      A Grewat little hotel


      Friendly attentive staff, a very comfortable and well appointed room- what more does one need?

      Other users have criticised the area round Termini station, but it's not rough by comparison with large stretches of London, Paris or LA. The only disadvantage is that walking to some of the famous sights ( the Forum, the Vatican, the Piazza Navona) can take a while, but if you don't enjoy strolling and taking in the atmosphere, you're probably in the wrong city!

      All in all, I'd recommend it unreservedly.

      A perfect choice for us


      We stayed at the Morgana for three nights at the end of our trip to Italy...Not enough time to explore Rome. The room was small but just fine as we were hardly there. The staff was wonderful...The distance to the train and metro station was about a 10 minute walk. The hotel provided breakfast and a complimentary car for our trip to the airport. I would definitely stay there if I ever return.

      We felt safe everywhere we were in Rome...even when a couple of Gypsy children tried to scam us with the "cardboard" trick. We just said NO...NO..and NO...they scurried away like cockroaches. We tossed a coin into the Trevi fountain so we will be assured of a return trip to Rome...I hope it works.

      Fantastically friendly hotel


      We found this hotel using the tripadvisor web site and in no way were we disappointed. The hotel is in a great position for travelling all around Rome , 5 mins walk from the main bus train and metro station. The hotel rooms are very comfortable with the biggest beds we saw our on entire European trip. For a small hotel every travellers wish had been catered for. The outstanding feature of this hotel was the staff. The entire staff must be the friendliest most helpful people in Rome. At times we found Rome slightly scarey because of the high level of petty crime and beggars and it was such a joy to come back to the hotel and feel at home. The staff were extremely helpful in all advise they gave us. Our children travelled with us and they were never allowed to pass reception without taking a sweet from the basket. All in all this hotel and staff made our trip to Rome very enjoyable and I can't recomend it highly enough.

      A great experience in Rome !


      We have just returned from Italy, where we have made a beautiful trip. While in Rome, we stayed at the Royal Court Hotel, a small "boutique" hotel on Via Marghera near the Termini, Rome train station. ( about 7 minutes walk). Our room was the only one on the roof (room 404), on the 4th floor, where a pleasant patio is set up for the use of the hotel clients. Our room, simple but nicely decorated with a full, modern bathroom, with black, white an yellow marble like tiles. The bath was a whirpool (not available in all rooms) which I enjoyed after walking many hours a day ! The hotel is clean, quiet and located in a semi residential district where you can find trattorias which offer simple but good meals at a reasonable price (remember you are in Italy). Included in the cost, the hotel serves a buffet type continental breakfast which is fine, with very good coffee ! Location is fantastic, you are close to the subway. the bus terminal. The bus is an excellent choice to move around in Rome. Definitely a pleasant stay at reasonnable cost particularly in such an expensive city.

      Small but beautifully formed!


      Have just returned from Rome. Beautiful place but everything is after your money! Beggars, charity workers, little men flogging umberellas, even if you buy the tourist ticket to travel to travel around the city, you can't use it to get back to the aerport. The biggest rip off merchant was the taxi-shuttle from the aerport, he told us a price, that it costs same as the train, tried to charge us more,and in our case took us to the wrong hotel! All this aside, we had a great time. Our hotel was a minute from Termini, don't be put off by the guide books that advise you to shy away from the Termini area, it wasn't full of "Pickpockets and thieving children", as one guide said, perhaps they hibernate til the summer months. The hotel was quite lovely, despite the room being tiny, it was small but perfectly formed, but the view from the window was bobbins. I would recommend it, it was ideal for getting about as all the transport links were on the doorstep. There was also a fantastic little restaurant around the corner, I'Leonni d'Abruzzo, the food was quite something. I hope to return to Rome as soon as I can find the cash!

      What a fantastic hotel, I am counting down the days to my next visit


      I have just had my second stay at this hotel and can't wait until I return. The hotel was highly recommended by some friends of mine who stay there when ever they go to Rome. Like them I thought the hotel to be of an excellent standard. The rooms are of exceptional quality {typical of a higher ranking hotel} with luxorius bathrooms, friendly staff, situated in a great location. If you have never been to Rome I would highly recommend it. It is a very magical city, with a bit of everything!! I would tell everybody to go and see for themself as well as highly recommending the Hotel Royal Court.

      Great tubs! Great Hotel!


      We stayed at the Morgana Royal Court Hotel over Christmas 2003. The place was close to Termini (3 minutes), but about 20-25 minute walk from most sites. However, the metro at Termin will take you close to all the attractions. The hotel itself was very clean and the staff spoke English well, although they were a bit cold. The rooms themselves were nice, clean, with marble floors. The bathrooms are gorgeous, set in marble and many (such as ours) had jet tubs. For 74 euros (off this hotel was a fantastic deal compared to most in Rome.

      There are great restaurants in the area, and we would recommend the Enjoy Rome walking tours down the street.

      Happy Stay


      I stayed at the Royal Court between 29 November and 1 December 2003. I was referred to this hotel by Hotel Morgana, its sister hotel. Royal Court Hotel is at the far end of a hotel lane next to the Roma Termini Station. The location is excellent as a base for subway travel around Rome and for rail travel to other cities in Italy. There is a cosy feel to this hotel due to its small number of rooms and petit size of the lobby. The rooms are clean and roomy for a 3-star. They are furnished in the traditional inn style. I was given room 210 which features a water jet bathtub. It was value for money given that I was offered a special rate for low season.

      I would stay there again


      We stayed at this hotel for 2 nights starting in late 10/03. It is located near the train station, which was great for getting around the city. Trains, buses, and metro were all within walking distance. The neighborhood is also fairly nice. We felt safe walking around at night. I did notice that parking was bad in this area so it is probably not a good place to stay if renting a car. There are also so good restaurants near by. The rooms were a good size and some of the rooms have jet tubs. When I booked this room on line I paid extra to get one of these rooms and when I checked on there weren't any available. My friend paid the price for a regular room but was put into one of the rooms with the jet tub. I asked to be moved into on of these rooms since I had paid extra and they moved me the next day. The second room was the same quality as the first except for the tub. So next time I won't bother paying extra, I will just ask for the special tub when I check in. Otherwise it was a good value for the money.

      Excellent hotel


      We were 2 adults and a 7 yr old and found the hotel to be excellent in all respects. Large well equiped room, extra large bathroom with spa bath and shower, friendly helpful service close to restaurants and the Termini railway station. Easy walk to the sites of Rome. Would definitely stay there again.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Royal Court Rome

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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