I stayed at a double room for 1 week for business. It is a poor business hotel as the amenities are lacking and poor WiFi speeds. As a tourist
Room and the hotel interior is dated (have character?). Room was not particularly clean, lack furnishings and in dire need of an update. One positive is the newly renovated fitness room on the 2nd floor.
Service was average. A few more smiles here and there would have been appreciated.
Breakfast had a good selection similar to other hotels in continental Europe but lacked the customary espresso/capuccino that most hotels/B&Bs offer in Italy.
The hotel is nicely situated for a tourist who is in a hurry but for those that may have more time, I'd suggest heading out of the historical core and stay across the river Arno near the Ottaviano and Lepanto Metro stations as you will still have access to the Metro but will be staying where the Romans actually live and work.
Originally scheduled to stay 2 weeks, I cut my stay at this particular hotel short and left to much better pastures. On this trip; I stayed at 3 different hotels in Rome and this hotel is definitely not worthy of another stay.
- Also Known As:
- Internazionale Hotel Rome
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- Hotel Internazionale is located in the center of Rome, by Spanish Steps, very close to the famous Via Veneto and the Fontana di Trevi (Trevi Fountain). It is an experience in the heart of an ancient city, unique for its charm and history, in a Hotel where tradition and elegance come together in a mix of pleasure and excellence in the service. ... more less
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