Delle Nazioni Hotel, Rome
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Historical Traveller Reviews of Delle Nazioni Hotel
Good Location but beware of rude desk clerks!from travellover13
Great location, happy stayfrom piccolascimmia
The price was right for the expensive summer season, and I feel that even though I paid more than I wanted to, its Rome during peak season and at least the condition and location of the hotel warranted the price.
The front desk staff was very helpful, and I'd be happy to stay at the delle Nazioni again!
Great location and friendly stafffrom A TripAdvisor Member
Very friendly and helpful staff
Air conditioning, albeit somewhat weak.
Weak air conditioning
The hotel has fantastic location. It is not far from Barberini station and is about 100 meters from Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain). The staff is extremely helpful an accomodating. Most of the restaurant recommendations from the staff were excellent.
If you go to Rome in the summer you definitely want air-conditioning.
Simply a bed!from A TripAdvisor Member
Not recommendedfrom t_woman
Boston Travelerfrom Vacations from Boston
Great Locationfrom Belynge
Terrific Location But Needs Much Workfrom A TripAdvisor Member
- Fantastic Location: All the reviews comment on this fact, so I'll just reiterate the thought that it's great for convenient access to major sites (obviously, the Trevi Fountain)
- Nice (but small) Modern Room: It appeared that my room had undergone recent renovations. Nice wooden floor and marble bathroom. Room was definitely clean.
- Surprisingly Quiet Room: After reading the many reviews that commented on the noise factor, I called the hotel before my arrival and specifically requested a quiet room, which I got. My room (#503) faced some type of inner courtyard, which allowed me to leave the windows open. All I heard was birds chirping in the morning - very pleasant.
- Surprisingly Cool Room: Again, I'd read about the lack of AC in the rooms. The temperature was in the mid-80s during my stay, and while there was no AC in the room, it was incredibly cool, even if the windows weren't open.
- Renovations: As of the end of May 2005, the hotel was in the middle of a MAJOR renovation effort. Many of the public areas are under construction, which is not aesthetically appealing. The main elevator was also being redone (or maybe installed? not sure), so there was only an extremely small elevator that comfortably holds 2 people at a time. For some reason, the elevator did not come to the 5th floor (where my room was), so I had to walk down the stairs to get to the lobby (no problems taking the elevator up to the 5th floor though). I would consider calling ahead to make sure you're assigned to a renovated room. I passed a few rooms (I believe on the lower floors) that hadn't been renovated, and they looked like time capsules from the 70s.
- Small Room: I had a single room, which didn't have much space beyond the double-bed. However, this wasn't much of a problem for me since I didn't spend much time in the hotel.
- Nonchalant / Unfriendly Staff: They just weren't particularly nice or pleasant upon check-in or check-out. I never spoke to the them in the interim, so I don't know how helpful they are.
- Outdated Phone: The phone was set to "pulse" instead of "tone" and I couldn't figure out how to change this (I couldn't use my calling card on the "pulse" setting). I wanted to call the front desk to inquire, but there were no instructions on how to reach them. I tried dialing "0" but to no avail.
Overall, it was an "okay" hotel experience. I would definitely stay there again, once the renovations are complete.
Delightful Delle Nazioni Hotel Romefrom thelittlesthobo
Location, Location, Location!from A TripAdvisor Member
Top Local Tips for Rome
getting around wear comfy shoes, don't pay more that 45 - 50 euros for the taxi to and from the airport
Andiamo We booked our tours through an Italian organization called "Andiamo". The tours were very comprehensive and we really feel like we had a great overview of Roma.
Colosseum As informed by our private tour guide, every day there seems to be a LONG line just to get into the Colosseum. Not sure how much more, but it's worth it anyway to take this tip....Go to ticket counter at Palatine Hill FIRST. Purchase entry ticket that covers both Palatine Hill and the Colosseum. Leisurely enjoy the quiet, beautiful and probably overlooked Palatine Hill where aristocratic Romans lived, which will lead you out to the Forum, then you can go straight to the entrance at the Colosseum where you will be happy not to have to wait in that LONG line at the ticket booth.
Other names for Delle Nazioni Hotel
- delle nazioni rome
- delle nazioni hotel
- Address: 7 Via Poli - Rome - 00187 - Italy
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