Gea Di Vulcano Hotel

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Gea Di Vulcano Hotel

, Rome
3 star

Rooms: 15

243 Via Nazionale - Rome - 00184 - Italy Hotel Website | | 64884996
240 Traveller

Reviews - Gea Di Vulcano Hotel

Great Hotel
Submitted by: Sally in 02/05/07
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
The Hotel was wonderful and staff great!
Great location - just as I wanted
Submitted by: Rose Kelleher in 16/06/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
My husband two children stayed here in June 2005 for three nights. Its very central to all the major sights.We walked everywhere except to the Vatican. We took the metro (Repubblia stop) just one minute away. The hotel was very comfortable and spotless and staff helpful.The air conditioning and sound proofed rooms meant we slept soundly. The toaster was working overtime at breakfast perhaps a second one could be made available.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Gea Di Vulcano Hotel

Feeling like home

from Ale_Rn
Just back from Rome where I spend a great holiday at the Hotel Gea di Vulcano. That was my third time in Rome and finally I have found a great hotel. The location is wonderful, on the Via Nazionale, near the best attractions in Rome and the Termini Station (5 minutes by foot) and perfectly served by underground and buses.
The staff makes you feel like home as they helped their guests in every way possible: they give you a map of the city as soon as you check in, they are willing to give you all the information you need.
The hotel itself is not very big, but new and well-groomed; the room where my boyfriend and I stayed, where really big and clean, with new furniture, television and mini bar. No noise came from the street.
Breakfast was included in the price and I think it was quite rich as you get croissant, toasts, a piece of cake, yoghurt, fruit juice and coffee.
It is one of the best hotel you may find in Rome, as you get a five star hotel service for about € 60 euros per night per person….pretty good, isn’t it?!
Definitely, from now on, every time I’ll go to Rome I will stay in this Hotel!

Excellent Choice

from TravelJunkies04
We were impressed with Gea, in large part since we were upgraded from a quadroom to their apartment/suite (very spacious and recently redecorated - separate rooms for us and the kids!). Breakfast was simply but tasty. There is a VERY
small elevator, so if you have big bags, patience will be required.

Location was fantastic. We took train from Fuimicino to Termini, then walked to the hotel. We walked to all of the center city attractions, and took the #40 Bus to Vatican (only 1 Euro each). Warning - avoid buses when possible - we found them VERY crowded.

For 155 Euro for a quadroom, we feel it was a great value.

A fantastic find!

from Chad_and_Ang
My Fiancee and I stumbled across the Gea when we were exhaustively searching for somewhere to stay in Rome in September 2005, and we're very glad we did.

The staff were the friendliest of anywhere we stayed (even offering to dry our clothes when we got caught in a downpour), and the room we stayed in was like a home away from home. We booked early and got the room that used to be the old residence, and it was large, comfortable and quiet.

The bathroom could probably use some updating, but it was clean and worked - which is all we really ask for.

Breakfast was simple, but nice - and we simply cannot say enough about the staff.

Highly recommended.

Great Place!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Its really a nice and cosy place to be at, not too big a hotel,however the serivce is excellent...especially the man who is at the counter, he is extremly helpful and have nothing to worry about...

U pay 3star price but u get 6star services...if we are ever there again...tht will be the hotel to return to...

A great place to stay in Rome

from Brian_Davis
We spent only one night in this hotel, but I would happily revisit it and recommend it to others.

Our room and bathroom was very clean and spacious, and the location seemed fairly good. The hotel offered air conditioning, allowing us to keep the window closed to not hear street noise (although our window was set back from the main street a bit, so noise wouldn’t have too much of a problem). Breakfast, included in the room, was okay – nothing spectacular, but not bad.

The staff was very friendly and helpful, and their English was superb. When we checked in, they provided us with a map, circling some of the nearby attractions that we may wish to visit, even recommending restaurants.

Be warned – this can be a challenge to find. If it’s after 8pm or a weekend, the front door to the building is closed, and you have to go around the side.

Fantastic value

from Mickmg
This hotel was excellent value at the 100 euro's per night we paid. As everyone says the location is spot on for so many places. The room was very clean, the bathroom spotless and the staff very friendly and helpful. I have to disagree with comments made about the breakfast. I had read the reviews and was expecting to go out and pay extra every morning..absolutely not ! The breakfast on offer was more than adequate for us and really set us up for the day. We were allowed to have all or some of the following: Cereals, fresh fruit, yoghurts, pastries, cakes, toast and a selection of drinks. As for Do's and Dont's we found the restaurant below the hotel next to the side entrance to be very poor(glum service and not very nice food) Please note this place is not connected to the Hotel Gea in any way. One thing we found excellent value was the '110 Open topped Bus'. Its 13 euro's per adult and it went by every attraction we wanted to see and more, plus you can hop on and off all day it really is good. All in all the hotel made our short break most enjoyable and we would definately return.

Worth Every Euro

from Sping03
Hotel Gea is situated in walking distance to Termini train station. OUr stay there was welcoming. The rooms were clean, and the hotel staff was very polite. Doesnt have many amenities, and as they said in previous posts don't bother for breakfast..............not worth the time. Everything else was amazing and can't ask for more.

Fine Find

from Boherlan
The Gea di Vulcano Hotel on the Via Nazionale has a lot going for it. Firstly it is close to Terminii (the main railyway and bus station for Rome) so you don't need a taxi from the airport. Just take one of the many cheap and frequent buses. It's close to many of the main sights in Rome (Spanish Steps, Fontana di Trevi etc.), although the Via Nazionale itself is an undistinguished street. The hotel is off the street and entered through an elegant gateway and garden. The receptionist was very helpful and spoke perfect English. She gave us a map and marked it up for us without even been asked. Unfortunately she encouraged my wife to shop on the Via Conditori which cost me a few bob. Just don't take her advice on where to eat - she directed us to a very mediocre restaurant (Barosco? Basoca?) around the corner. Our room was spotless and more than adequate for our needs: air-conditioning; decent shower; big bed etc. Don't bother with the breakfast - it's not worth getting up for. Get a cappucino and pastry at any restaurant or bar outside.

beautiful rooms

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed in this nice little hotel to celebrate our anniversary and just loved it. I did a lot of research on tripadvisor and other websites with hotel reviews and thought that this hotel would be ideal for us and it was. It is located not far from the Spanish steps and the Fontana di Trevi. As in every city, if you want to see something it means a lot of walking, but the hotel proved to be a very central spot to set off for our daily adventures.

The room we had was very large, absolutely spotless and very quiet as it was facing a side street. The AC unit can be controlled indvidually which doesn't seem to be common in Italy, so that guarantees a good night's sleep during hot summer nights.

The staff made us feel very welcome and were on hand with suggestions on good restaurants and city maps.

All in all we loved this hotel and would really recommend to stay there. We paid 115 Euros per night including breakfast and think that's great value for money (for Roman standards).

Great spot to stay!

from DCSusan
This hotel was a great little spot to stay in Rome. I did a ton of research and was really concerned about the quality of hotels in Italy for the exhorbitant prices, but this one was a winner. A beautiful entrance takes you to this small hotel right in the heart of Rome. THe room was huge by Italian standards and was very clean, with pretty furniture, and a lovely bathroom.

They we very helpful upon our arrival (with a lot of luggage) and have wonderful paintings throughout. This was a perfect place for a short stay in Rome—wish we could have stayed longer.

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  • Address: 243 Via Nazionale - Rome - 00184 - Italy
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