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Hotel Augustea
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Reviewed 7 October 2011

A very basic hotel in the close versinity of Roma Termini (Main train station). The location is excellent for weekend trips to Rome as you are close to all kinds of transport systems and even can walk from the hotel to the main cultural attractions. Rooms look like from the 70's and could do with an upgrade, but you are not in Rome to stay in a hotel. Breakfast is a basic as it can get i Italy, but with a town full of restaurant on your doorstep...who cares. We paid 90 Euro per night and room which was a decend value compared to other hotel options in the area. I would take my wife for a romantic stay in Rome to this hotel, but I would always go back with friends to have a fun weekend. The receptionist was funny and always good for a joke.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with friends
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1  Thank Carsten S
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Reviewed 29 September 2011

Great location, right near Termini Station, and within walking distance of most major Roman sites. The staff were wonderful - very helpful and informative, and seemed genuinely interested in making your stay enjoyable. Rooms have more than many 4 star hotels - A/C, fridge, TV, Safe, reasonably sized bathroom. The cold buffet breakfast is great. Overall, a great place to stay and very good value for money.

  • Stayed: June 2011, travelled as a couple
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Thank Nick R
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Reviewed 18 September 2011

Easy to find, few minutes on foot from Termini Station, near Piazza Reppublica. Walking distance of main attractions and easy to find buses and metro nearby. Reception was up some stairs and we noticed that there was an out of order sign on the lift. Lovely old building and friendly welcome when we arrived (too early to check in), from a man who promised to give us a nice room. On check in we were taken to the hotel Patria down a side street. Very disappointing, basic room although clean. Friendly staff, basic breakfast, but not what I had booked.

Room Tip: Can't comment as we were put into an entirely different hotel
  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled with family
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1  Thank Adeyave
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Reviewed 23 August 2011

My partner arranged a four day surprise visit to Rome for my 70th birthday. It was on a budget, booked through Citalia, who sent us to Hotel Augustea. Everything said by previous reviewers was correct - no lift until you have got the cases up a few stairs. This was OK as we only had small cases, but if you were disabled and had a large suitcase, it would have been a problem! Our bedroom was small on the back of the hote, but I had asked for a quiet room and got just that. Considering the hotel was on a very busy street, we could hear very little even with the window open, which we did not need because the air-con worked well. It was quaintly furnished as per an old hotel, but very clean, plenty of hot water and enough room to hang our clothes for a few days. The towels, although they looked like teatowels, did the job and were changed daily.
The breakfast room IS small , but if you have an early breakfast or a later one, you should find a seat. Plenty of cereal, meats, cheese and lovely rolls, jam honey etc. Just what you would expect of a continental breakfast in a basic hotel, and we certainly did not starve. Staff were very helpful and spoke excellent English.
All in all, a very adequate hotel for the price paid, £250 each for four days including our flights with Easyjet, which were fine too!

Room Tip: Quieter rooms at the back, bit dark but who cares when its sunny all day outside
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank Hilly005
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Reviewed 13 August 2011

I have just returned from Rome and as luck would have it, my Holiday agency fixed this hotel at Rome for the three of us. Apart from location ( Termini is nearby , but there are plenty of better options near Termini) there is NOTHING to recommend this hotel. If you are expecting to find a smooth transit to your room after a hard day's travel....forget it ! There is lift which accommodates either you or your luggage and goes only upto 1st floor
. If you are accommodated in the better rooms housed on the 2nd floor, you need to pull your bags and everything up a steep staircase ....that's a horrible experience and I just don't know how they call it 3-star. The two guys and the breakfast-room lady are smiling and friendly, but that hardly helps with a worthless non-cooperating manager calling the shots over telephone. Sorry, take a pensione if nothing else , but avoid this one, by all means.

Room Tip: The rooms are depressing. No recommendation.
  • Stayed: August 2011, travelled with family
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4  Thank myfreerun
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