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Hotel Londra & Cargill
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Reviewed 20 April 2012

On arrival was given a quiet room overlooking the piazza as requested by e-mail, very clean,large bed. Breakfast was plentiful ham (off the bone) delicious cakes, cereals, cheeses
tea/coffee ample to start the day.
Staff very helpful, the only negative is the fact that after a day walking in rome it would be nice to have a cuppa in your room, no tea/coffee making facilities in the rooms.
We had a drink one night in the bar however, drinks were expensive, If they lower the prices and put a little background music on in the bar it would have a better atmosphere, and people would have a tipple before retiring.Staff very helpful and friendly.
The hotel within walking distance to the termini 15mins, Barbarini Piazza/Spanish Steps/Trevi Fountain 20mins, however, Vatican 30 mins one way and Colleseum 30mins other direction.
but much better walking than taking buses which get stuck in traffic you might as well walk.
Felt very safe area and walking around at night was not a problem. Lovely gelato shop called CARUSOs just down the street from the hotel 2mins away benches to sit outside and eat your ice-cream with the locals. Will stay here again on returning to Roma.

Room Tip: corner suites large and sunny, hotel in general in a very quiet area
  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank bigmanjoe
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Reviewed 19 April 2012

My wife and I stayed in Rome in March (great time for Rome) and picked the Hotel Londra and Cargill due to its location (a couple of blocks from the US and many other embassies). This was a great launching point for Rome at a very reasonable price. The staff was very friendly, the room was large and clean, and breakfast was included. Great restaurants and trattorias (sp?) are all over the place. If you're up for a good day's walk, you can pretty much cover everything from the neighborhood we stayed in. I highly recommend this hotel for its overall atmosphere, price, and location. Would stay there again in a heartbeat.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 18 April 2012

First class service in this hotel - reception staff were courteous and helpful, and the breakfast staff ever ready to bring you a coffee of your choice. The breakfast was good (continental, buffet style affair), so make sure and eat your share before your day exploring Rome!
The rooms are spotless, comfortable and very spacious, and due to the quiet location we slept soundly even with the window open. The hotel sits just on the outskirts of the Centro Storico, meaning it's within easy walking distance of the Trevi Fountain, Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Campo del Fiori. It's also within 5-10 mins from Repubblica metro station, meaning the Colosseum, Vatican and anything further afield are also very close!
One slight negative was the A/C in our room either didn't work very well or not at all, hence the 4 star review. As said, the hotel is in a quiet enough area that you can sleep with the window open, but this will probably be a problem if you're travelling in summer - make sure and ask for a room with functional A/C.
Altogether, a really great hotel, and wouldn't hesitate to go back!

  • Stayed: April 2012, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Shinysides89
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Reviewed 17 April 2012

I stayed here on four different nights under the same reservation. 2 nights of which, were in the same room. Every night was a different price, every night was different than the price quoted at the time of reservation.

  • Stayed: May 2011
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2  Thank Darlene M
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Reviewed 12 April 2012

It took us a couple of days to figure out the reason why there were so many westerners hanging out in the lobby. If we wanted an English themed experience, we could have just gone to London. If I were a Brit, it would be the equivalent of me going to another country to stay at hotel Tampa, Florida. Don't get me wrong, there were no replicas of Big Ben, or portraits of the royal family to marr the experience. In fact, the decorations and furnishings were in good taste.

What really matters is the location, service, comfort, and how many mini bottles of top shelf shampoo the housekeeping staff will provide before cutting you off. Four in our case. Not bad.

Four stars is what we bargained for and four stars is what we got. No complaint there. Nothing too fancy, but nothing spectacular either. The staff were attentive and friendly enough, but I have to downgrade their transportation and tour knowledge. They were close but usually off a bit on most suggestions regarding venue hours of operation, and where to catch a particular bus, or train to get you places. But they ranked well above average for giving directions using their handy dandy tourist map. You don't really need their input on restaurants as they are everywhere and seemingly all good. You can get great service before 8, since Italians generally eat and socialize later in the evening. Prices vary but almost all have menus posted. And yes, it is possible to go a whole week eating almost exclusively pasta and pizza and not get tired of it. Bon appetite!

The hotel is located in a relatively quiet mixed commercial/residential area on the eastern edge of historic Rome. A little away from the main sites, but not far enough to be a real inconvenience.

We basically discovered you could practically and literally walk around Rome, and only require transportation to get places quicker. If you have two marginally operational legs and kneecaps you could better experience the flavor, sights, and sounds of the Eternal City by walking. NO HEELS LADIES! WOW! The first and only time we took a taxi (to the Vatican, most amazing BTW), the guy must have taken the really really scenic route, because it seemed after some experience that we could have walked the distance in almost the same amount of time.

The weather was perfect in Mid March and all we needed was a light jacket during the early morning and evening. Highly recommend the direct transportation private driver service to and from the airport. Well worth the Euro. DO NOT take the metro (Termini) if you have more than a backpack, unless you want a real adventure. Rome is definitely for lovers. ENJOY!

Room Tip: There is no such thing as a great view since you're surrounded by buildings on all sides, but I guess you can say the side facing the plaza is the best. The neighborhood is quiet all the way around unless you get the random bunch of drunken locals singing about god knows what at 3 am. Top floors are apparently the upgrade.
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank Ric S
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