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The hotel's interiors, attended to in their details and made precious by the courteous ambience provided by its staff, make of the Palladium Palace one of the most successful 4 star hotels in Rome.A magnificent late 19th century edifice houses the hotel's interiors, with its (24 hr...
All reviewstermini stationjacuzzi showertop floorsanta maria maggioreconvenient locationnoisy at nighttwo blocksrooftop barwithin walking distancepastriesthe hotel is cleanbreakfast roomair conditioningexcellent locationreception staffpublic transportbreakfast was excellent
Having had my wallet picked at the train station at the bus depot. The concierge really went above and beyond. He drove me to the police station waited with me and brought me back to the bus depot where they found my wallet (minus the...More
The hotel location great, staff great very helpful, bedroom has air con good, shower needs something to put soap on and hang towels from ! Everything else is good value for money ! to catch a taxi costs about 8 euro to city centre. Lots...More
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The hotel is in a very nice location just 300m from termini. The area around it is very lively and the cafes serve wonderful food.
The front office staff was very helpful . even in a sold out state they found a solution and offered...More
We stayed in Hotel Palladium from 9th to 11th May. It was just the perfect location, near the metro system and bus station. The beautiful rooftop balcony was perfect for breakfast in the mornings and drinks in the evening. The food and variety was awesome.
A great mid priced hotel, well located to visit all major attractions, couldn’t fault the hotel throughout for cleanliness, friendliness of the staff and found the breakfast to more than adequate, is it a hotel we would visit again, definitely!
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic centre. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
Response from palladiumpalace | Property representative |
sorry for the delay of the reply. We are located into city center so a lot of monuments-sites are in a walking distance. metro station also if it is 400 meters from us is not really needed. No problem to give you... More
sorry for the delay of the reply. We are located into city center so a lot of monuments-sites are in a walking distance. metro station also if it is 400 meters from us is not really needed. No problem to give you suggestions about restaurants, in our area there are a lot. Best regards.
Response from johnrobinson554 | Reviewed this property |
We used the Metro most days using a period ticket, e.g. 48 hours etc, which was something like E20 but I'm not sure now. We travelled to and from the Airport using 'Holiday Taxis' which I'd booked in advance and don't... More
We used the Metro most days using a period ticket, e.g. 48 hours etc, which was something like E20 but I'm not sure now. We travelled to and from the Airport using 'Holiday Taxis' which I'd booked in advance and don't remember the cost, sorry again.
Be careful of pickpockets on the metro we had trouble twice.