Max Hotel

, Rome, Italy
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Max Hotel

, Rome
2 star

Rooms: 15

30 Via Gioberti - Rome - 00185 - Italy Hotel Website | | 644703251
35 Traveller

Reviews - Max Hotel

1/10
Hole.
Submitted by: Ciara in 26/03/09
  • Age Group: Under 18
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Large Group/School
I was absoluetly disgusted. The lift was like something you would see in an American horror film with cigarette butts in clumps on top.It only held a max. of 3 people but was quite a fire hazard. During our stay we returned from a day out to find the rooms we were staying in on the 5th floor in darkness as teh electricity was off and if it didnt coem back on we were to go to another hotel but eventually tge lights came on again. The rooms were very small and clostrophobic. For breakfast i was very disappointed as it was just a slice of a bread and the dining room was very small. I definately would not recommend this hotel at all.
8/10
Close and Friendly
Submitted by: A Travel Library User in 26/02/07
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We were expecting the bare basics when we arrived in Rome but after a very short walk from the Termini we arrived at the entrance of Hotel Max. The stairs don't look that welcoming but don't be worried the hotel smelled and looked clean and the staff were really friendly. The room itself was more than adequate and the towels were replaced and the room cleaned daily. If (and I hope I do) return to Rome I would be more than happy to stay at this hotel again. You can get everywhere you want to go! If you fancy a leisurely meal or coffee then visit the Trattorie of Super Mario down the side street from the hotel!
7/10
Great position
Submitted by: Anne in 31/08/06
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: Australia
  • Traveller type: Budget Traveller
I booked this hotel after reading previous review by "Kenny" and agree with all that was said. Being so close to the station was a great asset and everything was in easy reach. You do have to carry your bags up steps to the lift on the 1st floor but the rooms were clean, with a bathroom, and the staff were very accommodating and friendly. I stayed there again a month later and was remembered by staff. Plenty of good coffee in the morning sets you up for the day. For the budget traveller who prefers to spend their money on travelling rather than 5-star hotels, this is a great base from which to see Rome.
1/10
Tragic
Submitted by: Stefano in 31/07/06
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
I was lead to Hotel Max by a fellow student at the Universita' di Perugia who, in the year 2000, told me that his family stayed at Max and enjoyed the hotel. What a mistake!or said another way: how time may make a difference! Upon arrival in our room, freshish diarrhea backsplash stains rimmed the inside of the toilet seat. The small shower and sink would not drain. Brush your teeth and come back 3 hours later and a great volume of the original water remains. The AC was horrific. The otherwise nice concierge said in response, "It will get cooler in the evening time. AND. I will call a technician tomorrow. I was checking out "the tomorrow". I finally bought a fan at Stazione Termini and that challenge was assuaged but my farewell advice is: AVOID THIS HOTEL LIKE THE PLAGUE. But who knows...maybe in another 6 years it might be good again...though it is hard to imagine it ever good.
6/10
Well hidden but worth finding
Submitted by: Kenny in 03/03/06
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
We booked this hotel as part of a Ryanair Package. Flights and hotel for three nights from Scotland was £130 per head. Get the return Terravision Bus from the Airport to the Rail Termini. The hotel is about 100 metres from the Main rail termini in Rome in Via Gioberti near to St Maria Maggiore but it is on the third floor of a block which looks like a commercial building with residencies and other hotels and business premises. The name Scotts Hotel is also outside if this assists to locate it. Once in the communal lift you may worry, but at the third floor, the lift opens to a glass security entrance door with lovely wood panelled reception desk area with smart multilingual staff in crisp uniforms. The 12 rooms are all self contained with twin beds, telephone, TV with local channels (no CNN or any English) a fully tiled toilet has a bidet and bath with shower, electric hair dryer and towels etc included. The shuttered windows have views either out to the street or to a communal back yard.
The continental breakfast served at a time of your choice, was orange juice, coffee, tea and rolls with a selection or preserves. Nothing fancy but adequate.
The area around the hotel was interesting with dubious night time characters or uncertain gender but they did not bother the tourists. Nice Pizza restaurant across the road. The hotel is a good base to explore the rest of Rome near to the amenities of the station. It was very clean, with attentive friendly staff reflecting its family run roots. (The day Receptionist assisted us to plan our days with good local knowledge which was appreciated). The only thing missing was a reception area to sit in the evening, but there were plenty other places to do that in this eternal city. We would go again.

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Overpriced Don't go to anywhere that is too touristy, around piazzas etc if possible. Same food but more expensive. A vegetarian pizza in Italy consists of Carrots, Spinach and Courgettes!!! ,so avoid like the plague.The Lasagne is really hit and miss too and at times it was hard to identify the meal as an actual lasagne due to the lack of any class of food within the overstacked layers of pasta! If you are coming to Italy for the food, you may be disappointed . Also be aware that soft drinks can be an absolute rip-off. Having ordered 2 small glasses of Coke I was charged €9 for the priviledge. If they give you bread , make sure it is complimentary as again Iwe were kindly given two small baskets of bread while we played the what if anything will be in the lasagne tonight game, and were charged €5. The waiters were generally quite rude too.Make sure you speak in Italian to them and make sure you do a good job.Service charges can be included so check your bill to make sure before tipping

Transportation from the Airport to the hotel The train from the airport to Termini Station costs 11 euro, and if you take a cab it will cost about 40-45 euros ( but first make sure to have a deal with the driver). So basically you can take a taxi for the same price!

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  • max hotel rome
  • Address: 30 Via Gioberti - Rome - 00185 - Italy
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"Hole." - Ciara

"Close and Friendly" - A Travel Library User

"Great position" - Anne

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