Repubblica and Termini Hotels
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UNA Hotel Roma

UNA Hotel Roma Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 197-room Una Hotel is an upscale option near Termini station, a slightly gritty area that's a bit far from popular tourist sights. The rooms are clean and modern, with wooden accents, white and beige decor, and flat-screen TVs. Large slate bathrooms are the highlight, and come with bidets and rainfall showerheads. There is an on-site restaurant and bar as well as a free breakfast. Rates here are often cheaper than at comparable hotels in quainter, more central areas, though it may be worth comparing prices with the Hotel Trevi Collection.

Eurostars International Palace

Eurostars International Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 130-room Eurostars International Palace is located about halfway between Termini Station and the Trevi Fountain. It is advertised as a four-star hotel, but priced (and decorated) like a mid-range property. Superior Rooms are more spacious than their Standard Room counterparts, which have cramped bathrooms with tiny shower stalls. The nearby Hotel Rex has more property features as well as free breakfast, but it's five minutes closer to Termini Station (and five minutes farther from the tourist center). All in all, Eurostars International Palace offers solid value for the location, particularly when you take the free Wi-Fi and free airport shuttle into account.

Hotel Rex

Hotel Rex Rating: 3.5 Pearls

There's nothing special about the "look" of this hotel -- the rooms are drab and outdated (though modern in terms of tech, with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi), and it's in the city center, like dozens of other hotels. What sets it apart from other boutique hotels in the area is that the Hotel Rex features amenities that are hard to find in Rome, like a (small) fitness center, a bar and restaurant, meeting rooms, a large rooftop solarium with lounge chairs, and a lounge stocked with books, DVDs, and children's toys. Overall, the hotel is a good value, but be forewarned that while the Hotel Rex is within walking distance of some quaint cafes and attractions, the area isn't as picturesque as spots near the Spanish Steps.

SuiteDreams Hotel

SuiteDreams Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The nine-room SuiteDreams Hotel may have a cheesy pun built into the name, but it's actually a solid mid-range option within walking distance of Termini Statin and Trevi Fountain. The hotel feels updated thanks to use of modern design trends, and free extras such as Wi-Fi and breakfast add value. Rooms are decently sized and clean (if a tad bland), with most sporting twin beds and stone shower stalls. It's a good price for the location, but it's worth comparing rates with the Hotel Fontana, which is a bit closer to the tourist sights.


BEST WESTERN Hotel Canada Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Best Western Hotel Canada has some surprising classical charm for a 73-room franchise hotel. Rooms are spacious by Rome standards with plenty of natural light, but some bathrooms are equipped with tiny shower stalls instead of tubs. The location near Stazione Termini, though, has pros and cons: The hotel is well served by public transportation, but has dull surroundings made up mostly of office buildings. All told, it’s one of the best values in this neighborhood.

Hotel XX Settembre

Hotel XX Settembre Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel XX Settembre is a basic budget hotel with a touch more charm than other options in its price range. Located near the Termini train station, this hotel has a clean and classic lobby with space to lounge. The 33 rooms are no-frills but pleasant, with minibars, air-conditioning, and private bathrooms. Some rooms have been updated with small flat-screen TVs while others have old tube TVs and carpets in need of replacement. Limited hotel perks include breakfast served daily, 24-hour reception, and one computer for guest use. For the price, this hotel is a solid pick in the Repubblica neighborhood.

Hotel Marco Polo

Hotel Marco Polo Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The Hotel Marco Polo is a standard budget traveler's hotel near the Termini train station. Rooms are simple and basic with dated furniture and worn bedspreads, while bathrooms are clean and modern (though some are more impressive than others). Room amenities include small flat-screen TVs, minibars, and a safe. Triple rooms are on offer and might be convenient for groups or families. A small, antique elevator is used to reach the hotel and can only accommodate two or three people at a time. Some guests have complained about cancellations of reservations without warning.

Mecenate Palace Hotel

Mecenate Palace Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 72-room hotel is located on a cobbled street in an out-of-the-way spot near Termini Station, overlooking Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. It's a mid-range option with some classic charm (such as marble tiles and chandeliers in the lobby), but also busy, tacky prints in Caffe Papa Sisto and some of the rooms. Room decor is traditional and homey, and modern amenities include flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and electric kettles. Marble bathrooms are clean and suites offer large Jacuzzi tubs. Perks here include the rooftop garden with great views of Rome, as well as a free daily breakfast buffet with espresso and cappuccino. However, there are pesky fees for Internet and parking.

Hotel Colosseum

Hotel Colosseum Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 46-room Hotel Colosseum is a mid-range property with a convenient, central location, but a dated ambiance. The hotel was built in the ’70s and the look of the reception area, lobby, and breakfast room has changed very little. The rooms are clean, but they’re bland, with low-quality bedspreads, cheap curtains, and dinged, outdated wooden furniture. Anyone looking for less dreary rooms and a slightly more convenient location should consider the Hotel Caprice, which offers better value for this price range.

Foresteria Roma

Foresteria Roma Rating: 1.5 Pearls

A barebones, no-frills hotel? A safe and well-maintained youth hostel? Depending on how you look at the 35-room Foresteria Roma, it could fit either of these descriptions. Rooms are as minimal as can be, but are updated, clean, and quieter than one might expect. Given Foresteria’s location in the San Lorenzo district (not far from Termini Station), it can be seen as an incredible value for travelers on a budget. The socially conscious will appreciate staying here: The hotel is run by The Salvation Army, and a large percentage of its profits go towards charities benefiting the poor.


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