Regno Hotel

, Rome, Italy
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Regno Hotel

, Rome
3 star

Rooms: 70

330 Via del Corso - Rome - 00186 - Italy Hotel Website | | 66976361
379 Traveller

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Loved the location

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I stayed 4 nights at the Regno to celebrate our 5 year wedding anniversary and really enjoyed it. The location is fantastic and close to the major sites of interest. It is within walking distance to the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Coloseum and Forum. The staff members were really friendly and accommodating. All spoke English very well. The breakfast was plentiful........ mostly pastries, cold meats, and cereal. The hotel is located on a major street (down from the main shopping district) and very noisy and busy, however our room was very quiet. The room was very small, but we were only in there to sleep. The bathroom was small as well. However, the friendliness of the staff and excellent location make up for the lack of space. We hope to return to Rome someday and would definitely stay at this hotel again.

Loved the location

from agerwer13
I loved the location of this hotel. Beware: the location is closer to the Emmanuel monument than Plaza de Popolo. The room was small, but we were only in our room to sleep. Most of the staff was friendly, except for the guy on the night shift. Very unaccomodating. One of the staff members even made reservations for us.

We were able to walk to everything: form, spanish steps, panthenon, trevi. Be sure to try the gelatto at San Crispin over by Trevi. Best in Rome. If you like coffee, there is a great coffee place right near the Panthenon. Tazzo d'or.

Our only problem was the shower. Imagine a small shower stall. Now take away two of the walls and add a curtin that does not go all the way around and is too short. It got water everywhere. Two nights before we left, we got a longer curtin that covered more area, but was still too short.

Breakfast was great, and the food was plentiful.

If we stayed there again, I would make sure we had a shower and a tub.

service could be better

from A TripAdvisor Member
Pros:Hotel location is great! Walking distance to Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Colosseum, Shops, etc. The room was pretty and clean. Breakfast brunch was pleasant with a nice selection of pastries. Don't drink the juices tho! They are basically very watered down koolaid flavored Orange juice. Yuck! If you are tropicana lovers, be prepared for disappointment.Lots of places to eat in the area. Plenty of Shops and an ATM machine right around the corner. Very convenient hotel location.Cons: First thing we noticed was the strange bizzarre smell that never went away. Very musty wet smell. Also the room was TINY. We asked for a double room and honestly, the room was smaller than my kid's bedroom. Hotel Service could be better. I had to ask 3 days in a row to have my tv fixed. It also took 4 days to get someone to show me how to work their "unique" heating system.I couldn't help noticing the drip on my head everytime I went to the toilet. If anyone in the other adjoining rooms showered or flushed, it felt like they were in my room.The shower/tub is very small. You sort of have to sit down to shower. It was definitely a one person stall. Being a large women, let me tell you..it was a challenge.Front Desk Clerks: They were nice saying Buon giorno, & caio but asking them directions or advice is like pulling teeth. It's a long slow process.Conclusion: I felt relatively safe in this hotel, and like I previously said..the Location was fantastic. Next time I'll most likely stay at another hotel, but wouldn't completely mind staying here again.

Regno - great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
Stayed at the Regno this December. It is in a great location. We were able to walk everywhere. The Regno is clean and comfortable and we wouldn't hesitate to stay there again. The staff was courteous. We had a wonderful stay and recommend the Regno highly.

Very nice

from hauptaj
I stayed at the Hotel Regno in March 2003. Excellent location, walking distance to everywhere. I actually stayed in 2 different rooms, the first was a nice size, but the second was a little small. The view was just of the street, but the convience of the location and the friendly staff made up for everything.

Room size spoilt it

from A TripAdvisor Member
Have just spent a total of 6 nights at the Regno. For first two , we were given a room about the same size as a postage stamp with a bathroom so small it was easier to dry off back in the room. The bed could only be accessed from two sides as the third side was against a wall. When we checked out, we asked the reception staff if we could have a bigger room on our return as we had seen inside some others and knew larger ones were available. We were told "maybe". When we returned to Rome, we were allocated a room that at least, you could walk around the bed. However, the bed was barely larger than an oversized single and was too short. We had to ask a member of the domestic staff to remove the only chair so we could put our suitcases (1 each)somewhere.
The breakfast was quite good and the dining room staff pleasant and courteous. The location is fantastic - we were able to walk to most of the major attractions. We weren't bothered by traffic noise as our rooms overlooked a small street. Would stay there again if the Regno guaranteed us one of the bigger rooms.

You deserve better

from A TripAdvisor Member
Centrally located in the heart of Rome on the busy Via Del Corso, Hotel Regno is a perfect hub for all sightseeing, The Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain are a five-minute walk, and unlimited shopping and culinary delights are at your beck and call. The rooms are small, but theyre well kept and clean. This is acceptable for an economy hotel in this high-rent district. Whats not acceptable is the inattentiveness of the courteous staff. Never rude, but never very helpful, employees seem to forget that they have guests occupying their rooms. Requests are left unanswered and cold showers are mandatory. If your name is Carmine Ragusa, you might not mind, but this Italian will probably choose an albergo of a different name next time.

WARM RECEPTION

from Colonel3
Spent 4 nights at the Regno. Very convenient location for walking to all the main sites. No view, but no noise either with double glazing.
Everything was spotless and everything worked. Staff very helpful and friendly. Only downside was the size of the room - on the cramped side, but bearable. Would stay thre again.

Unimpressed

from A TripAdvisor Member
The location was great--the center of Rome. Within walking distance to
the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. However, it was in a noisy
location and the room was very small. The bathroom smelled like mildew.
The view was another building behind the hotel; not very appealing.The
staff was not at all helpful. While they "tried" to be nice, it clearly
wasn't very genuine. When asked for additional towels (they give one
towel per guest) we were told no. After we told them we had some water
on the floor in bathroom they said they would bring some up, but never
did.When we asked for assistance with the telephones they said they
would dial the city for us and call us back. They never called.We were
reluctant to ask for a wake up call because they were so unreliable.
Amazingly, they managed to do that and not mess it up. I forgot to mention.........there was no hot water the 2 days we were
there.

imcomparable location

from A TripAdvisor Member
Four of us stayed at the Regno in winter of 02 and loved everything about it . They were undergoing remodeling at the time, but that did not bother us. One room was in front with a balcony overlooking the Corso.. Another was in back. There was a huge bathtub, shower and sink and a separate room for other facilities. Continental breakfast is served in a pleasant room with wonderful help. This is not a deluxe hotel, but simply and tastefully furnished - perfect for our needs. We had lunch every day on the Piazza Navona. We send all our friends and relatives there and they are all very pleased. I imagine it is even nicer now that the renovations are complete.

Top Local Tips for Rome

Getting to the Hotel We took a budget airline flight to Rome Ciampino airport, and from there it is very easy to get a bus to the Termini train station in the city. However it wasn't clear exactly what to do about getting a bus to the hotel from the station. You can get a ticket 'Biglietto' from the newspaper stalls next to the bus bays for 1 Euro per person and this lasts 75 minutes from the time you buy it and is valid on all routes around the city. If you ask one of the assistants in the information kiosks they should be able to tell you which route you need, but strangely they do not sell tickets.

Not as hard as it looks It takes a while to learn the system, then you can ride the bus and trams. You buy a ticket at an newstand which is near most stops. A one way ride is 1 Euro. You can transfer if you want but the total journey must be about 90 minutes as indicated on your stamped ticket. You are supposed to stamp your ticket on the bus or tram when you get on to "start the clock." Many riders will not do this but they may have all day or monthly passes. Each stop has a map that shows all the stops. Remember though, this is Rome! Pushing and shoving is normal. Sometimes you can't get near the stamp machine. On one bus ride, the driver got out for a "siesta" for ten minutes while we waited.

Restaurant Suggestions Great restaurant: Tullio's and Uno e Bino

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  • Address: 330 Via del Corso - Rome - 00186 - Italy
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