Cortina Hotel

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Cortina Hotel

, Rome
3 star

Rooms: 14

18 Via Nazionale - Rome - 00184 - Italy Hotel Website | | 64819794
252 Traveller

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Historical Traveller Reviews of Cortina Hotel

Hotel Cortina is v. highly recommended.

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed two nights in the Hotel Cortina after reading reviews on this site. The positive reviews we read here were entirely accurate. The hotel is very well positioned in the centre of town. The rooms are reasonably quiet considering that you are in the middle of the city.The hotel is well furnished and comfortable,the staff are really helpful with tourist advice and flexibility on breakfast times (we left at 0645 hours and still had another excellent breakfast).

We will return to Rome and will stay here again. A great hotel, used thanks to this site. The reason for posting this message is only to show that the good quality continues and to show that we were impressed enough to be bothered put in this report.

Would also mention that the cautionary comments expressed by some on the buzzer entry requirement to access the first floor hotel was not a problem. Firstly the buzzer entry meant that hotel security was enhanced. Secondly entrance took no more that 20 seconds before the door was opened.

Hotel Cortina

from microx10
For a family of four with 2 children under 12 the hotel was a perfect jumping off point. We liked it's proximity to the Metro and to other points of interest. We were not overwhelmed by it's location. The breakfast was typical Europe and the staff was friendly and helpful. I would recommend it to those looking to see Rome for a reasonable rate, not hang out in the hotel. Rome is an amazing city not unlike New York, with a heck of a lot more history. Ciao!
PS We went in January and felt very safe.

Service with a smile

from A TripAdvisor Member
October, 2005. Had a great time in Rome. The Cortina is a small but nice place to stay. Our room was in fine condition, well appointed and tastefully done.
The great staff makes the difference nominal, they bend over backwards to make you happy. If you stay at the Cortina ask for Signore Angelo Milana, Chilly or Florien.

Wonder small hotel and staff

from A TripAdvisor Member
While this is a very busy and noisy street, the hotel is located one floor up and we had a quiet room. The staff is friendly and most helpful with advice and museum reservations. It's about 10 min. walk from the train station, 3 min. from buss stops and 15 min. by buss from Vatican City. Rooms were clean and well kept but don't expect "room", the accomidations aren't large. They have only 14 rooms and seem to rely on return guests. They arranged a car from the airport (50 euro) that was worth every cent after a long day in airplanes. Can't say enough about the friendly staff. Breakfast was simple but served with a smile.

Perfect, Just Perfect!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is located in Via Nazionale street 18 spanning over the first floor of the building. It's a tiny hotel (15 rooms), homey, extremely clean and very organized. They even put the soaps perfectly aligned to one another.

The staff was very polite and helpful, one of which was the hotel manager himself (after all this is a very small hotel) who was very nice and even offered to help us with our luggage.

For 3 out of the 4 nights we stayed there we were given at no extra charge a triple room instead of a double room which was VERY roomy and could hold about four people in my opinion, and for one night the manager asked us to move to a different room (a double room) because they had a family coming, and there were no triple rooms left. The double room was pretty small, but was nonetheless adequate.

The breakfast was damn good in my opinion, not a luxury restaurant, but a very nice meal indeed. Breakfast is buffet style and includes the following: ham, cheese, salami, cereals, croissants, buns, some kind of pie that was DELICIOUS, coffee, tea toast etc.

The hotel's location is simply excellent, not adjacent to any of the sites but not too far also, you can reach most of famous sites by foot in 10 to 20 minutes, but a two minute walk to Piazza De Repulica will put you on the metro's door step which costs about 4 euros for daily pass and can take you just about anywhere, we visited 5 sites in one day, from the Vatican to Trevi Fountain, extremely comfortable.

The Price was quite good and affordable 105 euros for a double room per night (keep in mind that a triple room costs 159 euros per night and we got 3 nights in a triple room for the same price of a double room), but November is not exactly high season, so you never know...

Bottom line - Highly Recommended.

very friendly, good location

from norman73
Stuck for somewhere reasonably priced to stay, we chose this place at the last minute. We were very pleased with our choice. Staff were very friendly and even loaned us an umbrella on a rainy morning. The rooms were a reasonable size for europe and very clean and quiet. The minibar was surprisingly cheap! They do a good continental breakfast buffet in their pretty breakfast room. The hotel is 10 mins walk from the coliseum and 15 mins from the main shoping areas. It's on the first floor so you have to buzz to get in but this was never a problem and they have a quaintly antiquated lift. I would recommend this place to friends.

Charming experience

from A TripAdvisor Member
Our stay at the Hotel Cortina was made all the more pleasant by the courteous assistance of all the staff, who went out of their way to provide advice and assistance and to be receptive to our requests.

The entrance to the first floor hotel, via a big old door fronting on to Via Nazionale, made for a somewhat unique introduction although it became a little wearing having to repeatedly buzz for admission.

The bedroom was large and comfortable and the bathroom well-appointed. The small breakfast room was charming although the food selection could have been a little wider. The only real downer was the noise that emanated on one night from the Irish pub located below our window but overall our stay was most enjoyable

Perfectly Located

from A TripAdvisor Member
My wife and I stayed at the Cortina four nights in May and found the Hotel perfect for us. Couldn't ask for a better location. The Hotel is a 10 minutes walk from just about everything. Metro right outside and takes you direct to the Vatican City. The room was nice and the bathroom was spotlessly clean.
Perticularly impressed with the helpfull of the staff, especially Mr. Angelo.
In summary a nice friendly small hotel.

Pleasant little hotel

from JohnSDunne
I stayed in the hotel Cortina in February 2005. It is on the first floor of an older building and you need to buzz to get in. The location on Via Nazionale is excellent, close to the train station and all the major sights, I even walked past the baths of Caracalla on the way there. The elevator, whilst it works, is very old and the stairs are the better option. However, when you get to the hotel itself, the reception area is very pleasant with marble flooring and antique furniture.

I had a single room for my five night stay and whilst it was small (this is usual in Europe) it was pleasantly appointed, with solid furniture and all necessary conveniences. The ensuite bathroom was also pleasant and spotlessly clean. There was no view (the room looked out onto a wall) but I did not mind this. More importantly for Rome, the room was quiet and I had no difficulty sleeping.

Breakfast was included in my stay and was a buffet style with a selection of cold meats, yoghurt, cereals and pastries. The staff always offered a pot of tea or coffee as they saw me entering the breakfast room. There was no variation day to day with regard to the buffet selection but I did not find this a problem. In general the staff were polite and friendly without being intrusive and were willing to supply local knowledge if asked. The hotel also offers complimentary tourist maps of the area.

The only complaint I had was that sometimes you had to buzz a number of times at the door before the staff member on duty heard you and let you in, however this is a minor quibble. All in all, for a cheap and cheerful stay in Roma Eterna the Cortina is a good choice.

Loved the Cortina

from JKBDenver_CO
We chose Hotel Cortina because it was close to Termini, and we had an early morning flight out of Rome. This was a really nice hotel. The rooms are gorgeous, and the bathrooms were very nice (small, but almost every bathroom in Europe is, by US standards). The staff were so helpful and gave us some excellent restaurant recommendations (always ask!) Their breakfast was more than enough for us--cappucino (or coffee, tea, whatever you wanted) made on request, cereals, meats, cheeses, breads, croissants, fruit, juices, yogurt. Our only glitch--after walking in the door to our room, you had to go down two oddly spaced steps. My husband fell one night when he forgot about the step. A good value and great location. You can also walk to everything from there--we even walked to the Vatican.

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  • Address: 18 Via Nazionale - Rome - 00184 - Italy
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