San Remo Hotel

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San Remo Hotel

, Rome
3 star

Rooms: 78

36 Via Massimo D'Azeglio - Rome - 00184 - Italy Hotel Website | | 64881741
248 Traveller

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3/10
Not worth even a 1 star (in stead of 3)
Submitted by: Rometraveler in 25/03/09
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Belgium
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
City hotel near Termini station.

We stayed in room 115 in february 2009 for a cultural trip to Rome.

If you can cope with :

* worn out rooms (loosy electric plugs, fungus on the edges of the bathtub and the ceiling , mutiple reparations of the tub emanel, never cleansed air removal appliance, missing lock on the bathroom door,...) (we have pictures to backup the comment)
* uninspired breakfast with "fresh" fruit right from the tin can, powder based juice, coffee from a vendor machine, bread that would not pass an independant freshness test
* oudoor and indoor noise from 6 am on
then we suppose you would be at the right address.

A real tourist trap.

It's is nothing more than a place to sleep in Rome (a magnificent city by the way), in a dark street of the station area.

Advantage : many restaurants nearby.

We enjoyed the city but the hotel was literally a cold shower.
8/10
Pleasant all round experience
Submitted by: John in 04/10/07
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: New Zealand
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
Bearing in mind that this is a 3 star hotel, my wife and I found it to be ideally placed for tourists, comfortable clean rooms at a reasonable price and an adequate choice of breakfast, I particularly liked my morning cup of coffee, if we ever travel to Rome again I would not hesitate to book this same hotel.

Historical Traveller Reviews of San Remo Hotel

overbooking and an arrogant staff

from A TripAdvisor Member
I was planned to stay 2 nights at the San Remo Hotel and I had already payed money through GTA(Gullivers Travel Associates) reservation 3 weeks in advance. But when I arrived at 4 pm, a staff of the hotel said to me that there was no room available and he could introduce another building which belonged to the hotel(San Remo).
When I followd the staff and checked in at another building, I found it was another hotel, Giada, located 50m away from the San Remo Hotel. I realized that the San Remo Hotel overbooked rooms and the staff of the hotel tried to deceive me! So I returned to the San Remo Hotel and complained of overbooking. But to my surprise the staff didn't apologize to me for his lies and even insisted that the Giada and the San Remo were identical. After all I couldn't help staying one night at the Giada which was the worst hotel I had experienced.
The next day I moved to the San Remo Hotel spoiling the tour schedule in Rome. In my opinion the room of the hotel was mediocre and the breakfast was poor. Although I received a perfunctory apology from a manager of the San Remo Hotel, the staff who tried to deceive me never did apologize to me until I left the hotel.
Please be careful of overbooking and watch out for an arrogant staff when you use this hotel.

Disappointed with San Remo Hotel

from GI47
Just returned from four days in Rome... stayed at San Remo Hotel... would never stay here again...

Room was small, barely adequate.

Bathroom was an absolute disgrace... the smallest shower I have ever seen... smaller than a cruise ship's...

One night, there was no heat, no hot water... staff was indifferent, at best...

On plus side... Excellent location... three minute walk to Stazione Termini, main train station... many buses for travel in Rome and trains for travel throughout Italy are within walking distance...

An up to date opinion

from Janet87
We have just returned from a weeks stay at the San Remo. This is a 3* Tourist Class Hotel ideally situated less than 5 minutes walk from Termini Railway and Bus Station and the central hub station from the Rome Metro. You could not be better placed for public transport for accessing any part of Rome or further afield. We went to Pompeii for the day. Although not in a chic area of Rome the surrounding area was perfectly safe and the neighbouring streets had plenty of modestly priced restaurants. The food in all was excellent. Our room at the San Remo was on the fifth floor facing the front. The window is double glazed but the street in any event is quiet. The room was spotless and the linen and towels were changed daily.The water was always hot. The small hotel lift is more than adequate. The staff were friendly and helpful and booked theatre and museum reservations for us willingly and without a charge. The safety deposit boxes are in the baggage room in the lobby where you can also store your unpacked suitcases. All of this is free of charge.The full cold continental breakfast was plentiful. When returning to Rome we would not hesitate to stay at the San Remo again.

Very central hotel

from Ann1ebelle
Just got back from a four-day stay at the San Remo. "Cons" were that we were on the top floor with an unedifying view of hundreds of TV aerials and some grubby walls; faded and browning wallpaper was peeling away from large damp patch on the ceiling; room was quite small. "Pros" were that top floor meant quiet; bathroom had a bidet and hairdryer (which I'd tried to find out before visit, without luck); bed was made and linen changed every day; room was reasonably clean; breakfast was a good continental-style, with breathtakingly strong coffee, and the lift worked!

Doubt if we'd stay there again, as there are so many hotels of this age and type in that area to choose from, but it WAS very central for everything and reasonably clean and comfortable. Shame about the wallpaper (and the curtains were PLASTIC, the bedspread 1950's NYLON!)

pleasant surprise at san remo

from A TripAdvisor Member
i recently stayed at the san remo hote for 5 nights along with 9 other members of my family. in total we had 4 rooms and we were pleasantly surprised after reading some of the reviews.
all rooms were spotlessly clean and had recently been refurbished .
my room , 314 , was very spacious.
hotel staff were very friendly and only critisim was that safety deposit boxes were not in the room but were down at reception , but they were free of charge .
I found the area around the hotel to be safe and handy for bars , buses and the metro and was within walking distance of palatine hill . I
would stay there again.
beware of pick pockets on buses !!!!

We found it OK

from A TripAdvisor Member
My wife and I and our teenage son stayed at the San Remo a few weeks ago for three nights. It is a basic hotel, clean and convenient and we found the staff helpful enough. Breakfasts are a bit spartan but for a tourist visiting Rome it is in a pretty convenient spot. Regards the previous entrant's comments about security, although we did not experience any problems, being reasonably close to the Station I could imagine it would be quite easy for strangers to walk in to the hotel and while the staff are busy sneak up the stairs. Like any big City petty theft is fairly common, so you have to be on your guard wherever you go.
However, we found the San Remo comfortable enough, the beds were a bit hard though.
We would stay there again.

Watch your belongings

from A TripAdvisor Member
My wife and I checked into the San Remo Hotel last week, put our luggage in our locked room, then went out to see the sights in Rome. When we got back to our room we noticed that our luggage had been rifled through, and our camcorder and mp3 player (that we had been using to store our vacation photographs) had been stolen.

The hotel took no responsibility for our missing posessions, and denied that any of their employees could have possibly stolen our stuff, or had any master key to the rooms for that matter (how are the rooms cleaned, etc., if no master keys exist?). The hotel just told us to file a report with the police.

We promptly checked out, and found a much nicer hotel nearby. This hotel, Hotel Diana, had rooms that were twice as big and had electronic room keys (as opposed to standard keys like the San Remo). Believe it or not, this hotel cost us about the same for the nights we were staying.

San Remo - comfortable place to rest our weary feet!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
The hotel is clean and tidy and the staff were friendly and helpfull. I would recommend it to anyone as a middle of the road hotel which is well located for all the places you want to see. The only critisism I would make was that on a couple of mornings the hot water was not as hot as it could have been. Apart from that, fine.

Excellent Value

from moween
We booked a triple room for three nights for March 2005. After reading other reviews we were nervous about the location of this hotel as it's near the Termini Station, which is supposed to be a bit seedy after dark. However we were pleasantly surprised by both the location and the quality of the hotel itself.
Our room was very clean and comfortable, with excellent double glazing which silenced all the traffic noise. The air-conditioning system was effective and doubled up as heating. The bathroom was perfectly functional and the maid service excellent, with fresh supplies of toiletries daily. The breakfast buffet offered cereals, juices, fruit salad, yoghurts, cheese, ham and bread rolls, cake and croisants as well as tea and coffee. Staff were efficient, helpful and reception staff spoke good English, offering maps and advice on buses and metro stops.
We found a couple of decent restaurants just around the corner, also recommended by reception. It's possible to walk from this hotel as far as the Vatican, (with comfortable shoes!), but buses and metro very conveniently nearby. Overall, although not luxurious, this hotel is comfortable, safe, and an ideal choice for a budget break, and I would recommend it. If arriving by Ryanair at Ciampino airport late at night, recommend booking a car pick-up, we used ----, good price and hassle-free.

Very happy with the San Remo

from KeithSeattle_WA
We had an off-street, courtyard room which was very quiet. The room was neat and clean. Breakfast was good. All employees were helpful and efficient. The location is very convenient to trains, buses and the subway. We would definitely stay at the San Remo again.

Top Local Tips for Rome

Cafes resturants have a ripp off deal going first ASK if they have a "cover charge" (they don't tell you until you get a bill - anywhere from $2-6) SECOND - ask if they charge for BREAD (they'll bring it up front - and you won't know you're getting charge $ 1-4 until you get the bill) THIRD - ask for FREE water (tap and probabaly not cold) or they will just bring you botteled water and you won't know you're paying $ 1-4 per bottle until you get the bill)

on foot don't be afraid to get around Rome on your own two feet. We didn't use public transport once and we saw everything from Piazza San Pietro, Galleria Borghese and everything in between! We heard that Rome does have an excellent public transport system but finding our way around town was part of the fun, and really rewarding it was too! A very good street map was provided by our hotel (San Remo) and yes, you do get lost trying to find attractions, but discover hidden treasures on the way. Our only warning is be very wary when you cross a pedestrian crossing, a piazza, heck, even the tiniest street. Those vespas get everywhere, and we're sure they've been told by the vespa king to 'Kill, kill, kill!'

look after yourself Wear comfy shoes and take care of personal possesions

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  • Address: 36 Via Massimo D'Azeglio - Rome - 00184 - Italy
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