Trevi Hotel

, Rome, Italy
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Trevi Hotel

, Rome
3 star

Rooms: 25

21 Vic. del Babuccio - Rome - 00187 - Italy Hotel Website | | 66789563
360 Traveller

Reviews - Trevi Hotel

Oh the plumbing!
Submitted by: Chris in 06/11/07
  • Age Group:
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
It took me while to work out why there was no hot water in the shower - but not always. It depended on the other guests. If they too were in the shower we got cold water. And the wash hand basin - the modest amount of water out of the tap disappeared round an ill-fitting plug and never filled. Really hard bed if you like that sort of thing and the door into our shower was not for the over-large guest. Bit of a tight fit for me. But quiet and near the Trevi Fountain and endless resteraunts. Not too far from many of the sites of Rome. Extraordinary place.
Submitted by: Dot in 02/05/07
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Retired
Great location, nice hotel, access to dining room only for resonably fit people. Enough English spoken. Main problem taxi from Termini to hotel was e39 arriving and e13 returning when taxi booked by hotel so be warned. DONT PAY OVER THE ODDS.
Submitted by: Mary in 13/05/06
  • Age Group: 51 - 60
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type:
Not luxurious but extremely adequate and very good value for the price. Good air conditioning, clean room, all necessary facilities and staff quite helpful. Lovely continental breakfast and very pleasant lady serving. Excellent location - literally around the corner to the Trevi Fountain, 5 minutes from Spanish Steps and the Quirinale. We really enjoyed our stay and would go there again.
Nice place!
Submitted by: Patrick in 26/02/06
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Adventurer
I would stay at the Trevi anytime that I had a chance. Breakfast may be the best part as you get to sit on a rooftop and be served a nice light meal. Staff was Italian.... those of you that have been there know what I mean... if you haven't been to Roma, you'll find out. Good place to stay and the rooms were suitable for the price....
Loved our stay at the Trevi
Submitted by: Lorna Dent in 04/07/05
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: New Zealand
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
Just loved our stay at the Trevi, exactly what we were looking for, so central next to the fountain and could walk everywhere, but not big and touristy.
Quiet and Accessible
Submitted by: Claudio in 01/05/05
  • Age Group: 31 - 40
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Young Couple
Hotel Trevi was a little Jem. Hidden on a small side street, just seconds from the Trevi Fountain, it was close to everything. Facilities were clean and comfortable. The staff was very helpful, especially after our constant requests, as ourluggage arrived 3 days after we did. Breakfast on the terrace was especially unique. We have stayed here several times, have recommended it to family and friends and will likely stay there again.

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Shame about the room

from A TripAdvisor Member
I had read on trip advisor that if you get room by the lift on the ground floor ask to change. We did get one, and it was dreadful, small and really noisy. We had to stay there two nights after which they gave us another room for our final night which was very pleasant. If they are going to let these rooms they should be half price or less. Location was great. Breakfast awful.

Romantic hotel in Rome

from A TripAdvisor Member
My husband and I stayed at The Trevi Hotel for 3 nights during our honeymoon in March 2004. Yes, the room was very small but it was clean (and serviced daily) and we had paid extra for a room with a stunning view of the Trevi Fountain, breathtaking lit up at night, or early in the morning before the tourists arrive. I was glad we paid the extra as the view and location were the highlights of this hotel. It was great to be able to pop back to our room for a midday siesta if we wanted after hours of walking around, everything was so close, including a shop next door that sold good paninis and pizza, pasta, and gelati also close by. The breakfast was average and the hotel staff were not forthcoming with advice for our visit to Rome but we enjoyed our stay in Rome nevertheless.

Trevi Hotel

from airylegend
100yrds from the fountain, bad breakfast and small room but what do you expect when it is so cheap, fair for the price.

The gave us an apartment, not an hotel rooms.

from A TripAdvisor Member
We booked 2 double rooms for 4 nights (one for me and my wife and the other for my daughters). We ask adjacents rooms by e-mail, and the hotel answered that the will try it.
When we arrived, the told us that one room was in the hotel and the other was in an apartment building in other street (via Lavatore). We complained because we have a reservation for the hotel, no for an apartment. The only solution (to be in the same building we and our daughters) was one apartment with one bedroom and an auxiliary double bed in the entrance of the apartment.
The apartment didn´t have any hotel service (we have to walk 100 meters to the hotel), didn´t have reception (the gave us the key of the main door of the building) and it was in the 3rd floor without lift. We have to share 1 wc for 4 people.
We paid for a 2 double rooms and we obtained 1 apartment for 2 people with auxiliary bed form the other 2 people. Terrible !!!!

Book here at your peril!

from turkey
After reading the reviews on trip advisor, I decided to book a 3 night break at the Hotel Trevi in early February. (It was all booked approximately one month before the trip)

Upon arrival at the hotel, they seemed somewhat surprised to see us, and said although they had received confirmation of our booking, there was a small problem. Workmen in our room. (I found this hard to believe as it was a Sunday!)

The only option they could offer us was to stay in their sister hotel for the first night of our break. This was way out of town, and took approximately 40 minutes on the tube and walking to get to the sights around Trevi. It therefore totally defeated the point in booking a hotel right in the centre. On the bright side we were assured that if we come back to Trevi early the next morning our room would be ready. We had no choice.

We arrived back at about 9am. The receptionist we saw yesterday was on his day off, and the one currently on duty had never heard of us. He suggested maybe I was known by a different name! After lots of shouting and arm waving from the staff in the hotel, and my wife refusing to leave reception until she had a room key (for Hotel Trevi) we were eventually shown to a room, which was very pleasant.

I must say I feel quite sorry for the people whose room we obviously took. No doubt they also ended up in the sister hotel in "down town" Rome for a night or two!

We were now half way through our trip and we could eventually unpack our bags. We wanted a no hassle relaxing break, and this experience did somewhat ruin the trip.

After reading the trip advisor reviews in more detail upon my return, I see I am not the first person this has happened to, so book Hotel Trevi at your own risk!

Little hotel with a big heart

from A TripAdvisor Member
The little hotel with the biggest heart!! Stayed 5 nights beginning of February and had excellent time. Central location means all the sites are only about 15/20mins walking distance away (it'll take longer though - Rome has a habit of sidetracking you). Room v comfortble and clean, in fact clean towels everyday and bed made up - not bad from a three star hotel. Breakfast on the roof terrace a treat (and tasty) and staff helpful and friendly - even helped me with my shakey grasp of the Italian language. Will be returning.

V.Good Hotel; Excellent Location

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is a smallish hotel but it has a big heart. It is located down a small sidestreet which is ideal as the area is very busy, but you wouldnt know it from the peace and quiet of the hotel itself. It is also just a few steps from the Trevi Fountain so is in a fantastic central location. The staff were polite; the room was clean and tidy; there is a TV in the room with BBC World Service or CNN [if you cant bear to be without the news]; there were toiletries in the bathroom and a hairdryer; and even though we were only there for 3 nights the towels were changed every day and beds made. Not bad for a 3* hotel! The breakfast is taken on the enclosed roof terrace which is lovely as you get a nice view whilst eating. Breakfast is buffet style with plenty of choice and lots to eat. Lovely. I agree with a previous reviewer that if you are a light sleeper do not have rooms 101 or 102 as these are right by the reception and lift and are noisy. Other than that, excellent value for money. Well recommended.


from A TripAdvisor Member
Booked 6 months in advance for a special surprise birthday treat for my wife. Arrived early evening to find no accommodation available. Placed in a partner hotel 4 miles out of the city with no nightlife/restaurants. Kept there for 2 days before being given very nice accomodation but the weekend was ruined.

great great great!

from A TripAdvisor Member
I've stayed at this hotel 3 times. I've seen it being renovated, and it's always a pleasure to stay there. A few steps away from the Fontana di Trevi, walking distance from all major attractions. It's a cozy, old fashioned hotel. the prices vary from year to year, but it's worth it all. All rooms are nice and clean and the managers are great people. Don't miss their breakfast at the top of the hotel. Just lovely.

Excellent choice for anyone visiting Rome

from Luckysdad
Just finished a four-day at this hotel and would both recommend it to others and would stay here on a future trip to Rome.

Our room wasn't huge, but was big enough for our needs. Everything was clean and modern. Bathroom was sparkling clean with modern fixtures.
I understand rooms in the nearby apartment house are bigger, but we never saw them.

Breakfasts are served on the rooftop terrance. Very pleasant setting and more than enough food to fill you up.

Best part was location--three minutes to the Trevi Fountain and centrally located for most tourists destinations in Rome. It's a 10-minute walk to the nearest subway station, which then got us to the Vatican quickly and for one Euro per person. Cab would have taken much longer and cost a fortune.

What clinches the deal is that the hotel is down a narrow alley, which makes it unbelievably quiet for a Roman hotel. There's virtually no street noise and none of the motor scooter noise that makes sleeping so difficult in most hotels in Rome.

In all, a wise choice at a reasonable price.

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Definately try the Del Pallaro Restaurant You have got to try Del Pallaro restaurant what an experience you can review it on the Frommers website as Best Value for money total cost 21 euros each. No menu no bar you get what you are given inc Bottle of Wine and Water. Unbelievable but food is real Italian and homemade

Very good food! There is very nice restaurant in Trastevere, restaurant called Le mani in pasta. Exellent food. Go there!


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  • Address: 21 Vic. del Babuccio - Rome - 00187 - Italy
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