Mascagni Hotel

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Mascagni Hotel

, Rome
4 star

Rooms: 40

90 Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando - Rome - 00185 - Italy Hotel Website | | 648904040
263 Traveller

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The splender of Roma

from A TripAdvisor Member
After using this site to select this hotel, I feel that I must pass along my review. First of all, this hotel is in a great loction as other have said. You can walk to all the major sites. We would start out in the morning and just keep walking, If we got too tired we would just get a cab or jump on the metro to take us home. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They made our stay very confortable. The room was big (405) with an opening door to the street below. This was a little noisy by gave a great feel of the city. We could see the foutain at Piazzo Republica if we looked down the street from the window. The bathroom was our only gripe. The tub didnt drain while showering and the little tiles on the floor were loose. On serveral occasions a tile would stick to my feet trying to hitch-hike out of the bathroom. This got to be such a problem, that I would lay a towel on the floor. But, all in all, for the price and the location we were happy with the selection and would stay here again.

Excellent hotel - value for money in a great location

from SarahHS
We arrived at the Hotel Mascagni on 13th May 2004 and enjoyed the most wonderful weekend in Rome! The hotel is brilliant: small, comfortable and spotlessly clean with very friendly and helpful staff and in an excellent location (opposite the St Regis Grand) for visiting the tourist attractions and for some fantastic restaurants (try a restaurant called Il Posto Accanto on Via del Boschetto if you get a chance). Can't fault the hotel at all it was exactly what we were looking for - we got a really great rate online and so decided to upgrade our room when we arrived to one with a balcony which was well worth the money. I look forward to visiting Rome and the Hotel Mascagni again in the near future!

Great experience at the Mascagni

from A TripAdvisor Member
We had a great experience at the Mascagni, everything about it was great! From the moment we walked in the front door after a LONG flight, we were made to feel very welcome. Our room was clean and comfortable, and very spacious. I travel a fair amount in the US and stay in mostly top of the line hotels, and the Mascagni compared very well. It was close to many sites, we walked easily to the Coliseum, and it's very close to a Metro stop, which is a great way to get around the city. The staff was very friendly (especially Luciano, he was awesome!) and gave us good advice on restaraunts and other touristy tips. Eating out in Rome was one of our favorite things about the whole trip, the food was excellent. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this hotel to anyone.

Excellent Small Hotel

from scoacc
The Mascagni Hotel is particularly well located around half a mile from Termini but "on the right side of the tracks" as it is also close to the Via Veneto, the Spanish Steps and an easy 15 minute stroll to most parts of the Centro Storico. The Hotel, located directly across from the St Regis Grand, is quite small but the rooms are of a good size - bigger tha others I have experienced in Rome. Everything is spotlessly clean and well maintained. We did not eat in the Hotel but the Porter(s) were all very helpful in recommending places to eat, providing directions, arranging taxis etc. all in good english. Not a budget hotel but reasonably priced by Roman standards and I will stay here again.

Great Hotel and Excellent Location

from A TripAdvisor Member
Don't mind that last review from Stockport re. Hotel Mascagni. Funny isn't it that if you bring bread off with you for the day it will inevitably turn stale?

My stay in the hotel was wonderful, it is quite beside Termini, although my room was a little on the small side, I would recommend it and would return there. It is within walking distance of all major sights and begorra sure Republica metro line is just outside the door!

Hassle-free, Great Location

from peteraLondon_England
Spent 3 nights at Mascagni in February 2004. Chose this Hotel on the basis of the Trip Advisor write-ups above and was not disappointed. It is located just off the Piazza de la Republica, and is easy to get to from Termini, which itself is served by a half hourly train service from Fiumicino airport. (9.50 euros per person, takes 25 minutes) We had a nice quiet room on the 4th Floor (Room 404) which, while not huge, was perfectly adequate; linen changed daily, fridge with champagne, beer, water etc, plenty of hanging space, big on-suite with shower and bidet (not that we Brits use them!) Friendly staff, who were happy to make reservations for Taxis, recommend restaurants, keep luggage on last day until ready to go to airtport. Has a laptop with free internet access for all guests to use on the 1st floor Ideal location for getting to most of the well-known sites - many buses from Termini are just a 5 minute walk away, while the Metro station is 2 minutes away. Many restaurants are closed on a Sunday (as is the Hotel's own) so went to Taverna Flavia on Hotel's suggestion. Unless you are happy to part with good money for photographs of aged film-actors on the walls, I would avoid the Taverna Flavia since it is over-priced and pompous. To sum up: Mascagni is an excellent small (40 room) hotel, with friendly staff who will leave you alone or help you out - up to you

OK but no more

from Philjopa
The hotel is well located near to the Metro line and Termini. When we arrived the front of the building was covered in scaffolding and looked a mess. We booked in and were given the keys to our room only to find that the maid was still cleaning this! One of the hotel staff then arrived and told us that a room on the floor below was ready. A bit disorganised to say the least!

Our room (204) was small but comfortable with a reasonable size bathroom. The shower area was a bit grubby but overall the rooms were very clean. The "view" was into a "courtyard" with all of the air con units etc - we kept the curtains closed as the view was pretty unattractive.

Breakfast was similarly a bit hit and miss - one day we had stale bread which was totally unedible. Otherwise breakfast was ok if somewhat limited in choice.

On our first night we were given the "turn down" service but this was not done on our second night. It was done the night after but not the night after that!

Despite the niggles, the hotel itself was perfectly pleasant as were the staff and it is located close to all the main sites. It was also very quiet at night which is a definite plus in any big city.

Wonderful Hotel

from bettyhgermany
Stayed there 26-29 Feb 04. One block from train station which is convenient. Staff super nice, could not have been nicer. Breakfast good. Room very clean and well-appointed. Would recommend staying on floor 4 or above. We were facing the street, but I'm sure rooms not facing the street are quieter with the window open. Close to restaurants and shopping.

Very pleasant

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel was very pleasant and in an excellent location. I spent ages searching for a reasonably priced hotel in a good location and was very pleased with my choice. The staff were very friendly and helpful.

lovely hotel with great location

from paulyGalway_Ireland
Got this 4 star hotel at a fantastic rate from the internet after reading previous reviews. The Hotel is a lovely small hotel with generous rooms,high ceilings, etc.Staff very helpful and welcoming. The location is very good,right beside Republica metro station.Be warned about taxis from airport.Prebook from reputable company or you will pay dearly,anything up to 80euro. You should get taxi for 30euro with reputable company. Rome can be expensive if you eat in tourist areas but use head and go with recommendations.

Leo.

Top Local Tips for Rome

Vatican Unless you really really want to see the art etc - do not bother with Museum - this is not a holy or reverant place!

bus and train travel local and to Port Civitavechia find out cost of transport prior to using train, taxi, or bus. 2 different taxi trips, same distance E10 difference in price. Bus and train fares vary also. Watch your change too. Termini station is huge and if you are going to the port by train there is a 'people traveller' you can use as the train location is a long walk with luggage. Alas, I found this on the return to Rome. At Civitavechia once off the train you have to drag your luggage down and then up a flight of steps which is hard going then you head out the door and turn right to get to the port entrance. Plenty of signs to show the way. Do not go by taxi as it costs in Aug 2007 E20 for 400 yards as at the port entrance they have a free shuttle bus. However, it is a hard walk if you have lots of luggage or are aged etc. then I suggest you take the taxi but share it and the cost. It will take you into the port and up to the ship. We took the taxi on the way to the ship but walked on the return journey.

TRAINS AND BUSES AND MONEY TRAVELING BY TRAIN IS QUITE SIMPLE ONCE YOU GET YOUR TICKET HOWEVER, WATCH WHAT THE CHARGE IS AND THE CHANGE RETURNED. IF POSSIBLE HAVE CORRECT MONEY TO HAND OVER. LIKEWISE FOR BUSES. WE LOST MONEY ON TWO OCCASSIONS FROM OVERCHARGING AND EVEN THOUGH WE QUERIED IT THE PEOPLE EITHER COULDN'T SPEAK ENGLISH ALL OF A SUDDEN OR BECOME BELIGERANT. WE FOUND IN ITALY TOURISTS ARE CONSIDERED FAIR GAME AND THEY WILL TAKE ADVANTAGE WHEREVER THEY CAN. ALSO WHEN ON PUBLIC TRANSPORT YOU WILL HAVE TO BE ASSERTIVE OR YOU WILL BE LEFT ON THE STATION OR KERB AS THEY WILL LITERALLY PUSH YOU OUT OF THE WAY OR AS WHAT HAPPENED TO MY SISTER NOT LET YOU OFF A BUS. KEEP MONEY DENOMINATIONS LOW. NEVER HAND OVER HIGH VALUED NOTES. DO NOT EXPECT GOOD MANNERS. TRAVEL BY TRAIN TO AND FROM CIVITAVECHIA BY TRAIN IS EASY AND SHOULD COST UNDER E10 BUT PRICES SEEM TO VARY ACCORDING TO THE TICKET OFFICE. BE AWARE AT CIVITAVECHIA ONCE OFF THE TRAIN YOU HAVE TO GO DOWN A FLIGHT OF STAIRS AND UP ANOTHER

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  • Address: 90 Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando - Rome - 00185 - Italy
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