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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Pets allowed
Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Trevi Rome
Little bit disappointed.
I am a bit disappointed after staying in the Hotel Trevi last week. I did had a high expectation after reading all the reviews beforehand. The suit we had stay in was in the second floor on another building without a lift. It was above a restuarant so it was quite noise at night time even after mid-night. The noise didn't stop from there. We can also hear the upstair bath and shower at the morning. The staff was okay but not particular friendly. The choice of breakfast was limited too. The key which we had to carry for the front door was very heavy so we had to leave the key back to the reception at the main building everytime we go out. But I must say the room was clean, tidy and the location is great.
Stayed at the Hotel Trevi August 2004. The hotel is in an excellent location, close to just about everything and only a 30 minute walk from the Vatican.
We stayed in the ground floor and while the room was nice, we were right next to the elevator and the front desk. Needless to say, it got quite loud at night and early in the morning. I would ask for a room change if you got room 101 or 102. It was just too loud. Breakfast on the roof was nice and well stocked.
Overall a decent hotel in a great location, just don't stay on the ground floor.
Excellent Location. Reasonably priced for location. Right next to the trevi fontain, 10 min. walk to the colessum, piazza navona, spanish steps.
Excellent location. It is literaly just round the corner of the Trevi hotel. We were given an appartment next to the hotel. The appartment was well sized although a tiny bit dark because there was only one window, but it still beats a hotel room. Very clean appartment and with our own front door leading directly to the street. The staff was helpful and spoke English. Breakfast could be better. I don't eat bread, so had to do with yoghurt, not there on the last day! and slices of cheese and ham (I think). The breakfast room is very nice and on top of the roof, but every day people had to cue because it was too small, so eat early. Staff very accommodating and helpful though. I would definitely go there again and would not even bother looking for another hotel.
Just back from 4 nights staying at the one of the Hotel Trevi's fabulous apartments. Couldn't believe our luck! Lovely room, so central, nice variety of restaurants within a few metres of our front door. Can't wait to go back. Would recommend to anyone.
A better location than this hotel is not possible ! We stayed here last weekend and are very satisfied. Like other reviewers we also had the honour of getting a junior suite in the new building. It?s a large, quiet and clean room, just 50 meters away from the Trevi Fountain. The breakfast was served on the roof of the hotel where you can enjoy your cup of tea or coffee sitting in the sun. The staff was very friendly. From this hotel you can walk to every interesting site in Rome. Next time I go to Rome I will stay in the same hotel for sure.
Stayed in the Trevi for our honeymoon in 1998 and the following 2 years, it is a lovely hotel, small but great location. Very quiet considering it is next to trevi fountain. So central! The rooftop for breakfast was great. Loved the whole atmosphere which you don't get with chain hotels. Looking to book again this year for our anniversary.
The Tevi is so 'in the middle of everything'. Large clean rooms, friendly staff - excellent breakfast on the roof garden terrace.
Great time in wonderfull location
Very welcoming Hotel, Great value WE were given a superb apartment adjacent to main Hotel at no extra cost. Very quiet location but right in the Heart of Historic Romes quaint backstreets. Rooftop Breakfeast roomHighly recommended.
Loved Rome AND this hotel!!
We stayed at this hotel in September of 2001. The hotel staff was very helpful and we had a very large room - by Rome's standards - with a private entrance right off the street. Great location and wonderful breakfast. Delightful guests! Definitely would stay here again.
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