"RAPPORT QUALITÉ/PRIX VRAIMENT MOYEN !"
L'éloignement du centre de Rome n'est pas un véritable problème : train à 5 minutes à pied mais le chemin pour aller à la gare de Labaro est assez glauque, et les trains bien plus sales que ceux de banlieue parisienne. Le plus gros problème de cet hôtel est l'absence totale d'isolation phonique entre les chambres. L'accueil est sympa mais n'arrivez […] pas avant 14h10 pour récupérer votre chambre. Sinon la zone est calme. Le rapport qualité/prix est très moyen. Read moreGenuine Hotels.com guest review
"Sei A Roma Accommodation"
09/22/13 Wendiy15 Vochov, Plzensky Kraj, Czech Republic
Everything came up to our expectation - accomodation was clean and owners/staff were kind and helpful. We used only breakfast and beds, so I do not know much about services in this accomodation. About location - you can get by train to Roma and to anywhere else, it takes about ten to twenty minutes. We recommend it!
"We enjoyed our stay."
07/19/13 morrell268 Southampton, United Kingdom
We have just stayed here for 3 nights as a little excursion to Rome with 2 boys aged 10 and 8 before going to Siena for a villa type holiday. We have nothing bad to say about this place. It's true that its not in the best looking part of town but we found it ok and the lady at reception was very helpful with all the information and maps that we needed. Parking is good and secure. We were able to access the car most of the time we wanted, although not after 10pm. The rooms are large and clean and there is access to a kitchen to make your own breakfast if you go to the shop a minutes walk away. I think they stopped doing breakfast recently - but the coffee machine makes a fabulous cup of coffee ( coffee sachets supplied) and there is a microwave to warm up milk etc. if needed. The kitchen also has a fridge which helps if, like us, you buy some fruit or beer for the evenings! Beds were made each day and the rooms cleaned. We had a problem with the A/C but it was sorted that day - cant ask for more than that! The beds are excellent - we've all slept really well on them and its so quiet in this residential area that we haven't woken up until late for us! The walk to the train station is short if not picturesque! Train tickets are easy to buy and the trains run every 15 to 30 minutes depending on the hour so its fine to get to the city within 30 to 40 minutes from leaving the hotel - we tried once in rush hour to get into the centre early and it was a crush on the train - but we were at the Spanish Steps pretty much on our own by 8.40 having left at 8am. Very happy with that! And the Metro is easy to link to too so when we left the Colosseum at 9.15pm we were back in our room by 10.15pm having a cold beer! We have done everything we came to do in the two days we had as a taster to Rome for the kids - and we've been helped a lot by a good nights sleep and a peaceful stay. I read the reviews before booking and didn't expect it to be this stress free - but its been a very pleasant stay and a nice place to come back to after a busy day. Maybe I would stay a bit closer to Rome if money was no object and I didn't mind driving in Rome but this hotel has given us everything we wanted including a quick route out to go to Siena! We're glad we stayed!
04/16/13 Mark B Cesena, Italy
it's not so close to the city, there is a comfortable service of train nearby that in 30 minutes will take u to piazza del popolo. there is the chance to have breakfast cos it's considered as a bed and breakfast but the brekafast was not that good. rooms are not that good, they r more alike flat's rooms... weird place but it was ok for us...maybe we r too easygoing ps u can park uor car there for free
"Very nice , with big room"
09/28/12 Ardis J Rome
Our stay at Sei a Roma was very nice. We got a big room with balcony and the beds were good. The person that greeted us was very helpful and gave us very helpful information about the things we asked about and needed to know. The location is good, there are aprox 3 minutes walk to a train that takes you to Flamino (15min) which is the station to start a walk through the historical route in Rome. We would stay there again :)
11/06/11 TVictor London, United Kingdom
We stayed here for 4 nights, very good value, although a bit far from the city center, it is very close to the metro station which took us straight to the main attractions. Room was big and clean, staff very helpfull. Breakfast was a bit dissapointig as it offered only one croissant, one butter and jam, with some coffe. Parking was free and secured which was highly appreciated, as we did not drive to the centre, we only took Metro. If checking out early be reminded to take the car out of the parking lot day earlier as the staff have to be there to open the gate, and they arrive at 09:30 (and tend to be late a bit :) Overall, we have had a good time there.
"Worst experience ever !"
09/01/11 ALFRAGUA Toulouse, France
There are two big lies in the name of this hotel. First, it is not at Rome but at a suburb 5 train stations away from the Rome Nord station. That's 30 minutes away from Piazza del Popolo combining bus and train...if you find a bus... The second lie is the "Bed&Breakfast" title that this place claimes. It uses this "label" just to justify the lack of staff from 19:30 until 9:30 on the next morning. For us, a B&B is a cosy place which is not enterily a hotel nor a guest house whose services include a fully equiped kitchen : at our kitchen there where only one knife and one fork for the 6 guest at the appartment ! In fact it had only a microwave oven, a fridge and that was all ! No pans, no pots to cook. Nothing ! The breakfast was a croissant wraped in a plastic bag that was laid at 11 O'Clock in the morning the day before you were to eat it ! Must I reminded you that there were croissants untouched for days before someone ate them, after spending their time under tempertures of 30° C ? The only thing that I have no complaint about is the room which is big and clean. Other than that, I see no other positive aspects to comment... And a final tip to all of those who decide to book here: if you have an early flight the only way to catch it is by booking a shuttle. When you come out of the place at 5 O'Clock in the morning, don't forget that the button to open both the door and the street gate is in the inside. If you forget it, you will have to climb over the street gate...
01/14/11 DelphPa Split, Croatia
It is true that Sei a Roma is not close to the center but it is a great value. It is a great place to reserve if you have your own car because with the public transport you better be patient. Fortunately we had our own car and in 15 mn to 45 mn (depending of time of the day) we were in the center of Roma. Rooms are new and very clean, the staff is very kind. The only bad part is the breakfast but is there anything better that a cappucino and croissant in the center of Roma...
"Not suitable for a Rome Vacation"
06/03/08 Sarita2 Columbia, South Carolina
Rome was our last stop for the Italy tour and we were unable to get any hotel with good rating and affordable price. The reviews for Sei a Roma were very good and the location mentioned that it is close to a metro station and we booked it through Booking.com. We were in for a rude shock....once we booked the B&B sent us the directions and it meant about one hour journey from termini either by changing metros or by metro, bus and tram. Cancellation, even 15 days prior, meant losing 1 day's charge so we stuck on. Being in the remote outskirts the metro stations do not have escalators and we had to climb staircases with luggage. The B&B also does not have lift and you need to go up the stairs with luggage. The rooms are ok and clean but the breakfast is minimal. One packed croissant, tea/coffee,juice and cereal. No butter is provided and I had to buy a separate hot chocolate powder for my kid. Will not recommend for people who are going to Rome for a sightseeing trip - you will spend 2 hours in commuting each day !!
"Too Far From Town Centre"
05/29/08 maggiemooandyou Shreveport, LA
We stayed at this B&B for two nights. It was our last stop in Italy, and I should have done MORE research before we made arrangements. They are doing major road work around the B&B, and it's not in the best part of town. They lady was really nice, but my biggest argument about this B&B is that you have to walk from the B&B for about 3-5 minutes to get to the train stop, which takes you into Rome. (20 minute ride which ends at Flamino.) We loved Rome, got alot of "exercise" in. You walk to the train station, you ride the train, you walk all over Rome, and then do it all over again on the way home....makes for a rough evening when you're tired, or have to go to the bathroom. The best thing about this B&B is it's located next to my Favorite restaurant in Rome, called Mama's. The lady helping us with our room, spoke English proficiently, and was the most help we had with directions, maps, and suggestions for dining etc. If you don't mind being almost outside of the City Circle, and budgeting for extra train rides, time schedules etc. than this B&B is acceptable. It was the ONLY place we found a real double bed. lol
"July in Rome"
08/23/07 Tristano Milano
Comparing price, the period and service Sei a Roma is very convenient. The staff was very helpfull and rooms clean 300 mt from light train station
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