NEW HOTEL SEARCH
out of 99 reviews
“Great walking area”
The room was just the right size and very convinent to the tourist area. The staff were very helpful since our luggage was lost and never made it to the hotel. The area around the hotel had many of the areas that we wanted to see and the staff marked our maps with the directions on how to reach the locations. I would go back to this hotel in the future.
Hotel Trevi - this was in an excellant location. We, because we needed a four bed room, were in a small apartment block round the corner from the hotel and walked past the Trevi Fountain every morning on the way to breakfast. The hotel is within walking distance of all the sights. We didn't use any transport and we had children of 12 and 10 with us. Hotel breakfast basic but plenty of it. Very sweet cakes always available! Hotel staff very helpful. Didn't think much of the tip for a restaurant but thats probably because i object to paying service charge for rubbish service - italian waiters a little short on charm! ALWAYS check how much they will add and have an idea of how much your meal cost - ours was 3 pizzas, a risotto, 2 fizzy drinks, bottle of water and a beer for 60pound. Needless to say we leart to pay more attention after that.
“Would definitely re-book at Hotel Trevi”
A very comfortable hotel, not modern, but friendly personnel, chambermaid personnel and reception staff included. Easy walking distance to a great number of the sights ofRoma; easy walking distance to Piazza Barbarini...
“perfect location, nice place to stay”
perfect location, nice place to stay, family room is OK, breakfast is OK
“Great location near Trevi Fountain.”
The best thing about this hotel is its location just a couple hundred meters from Trevi Fountain, tucked away on a quiet street/walkway. My wife, two daughters and I stayed in the "family" room, which is not in the hotel proper, but in an apartment building adjacent to the hotel. It was a good price (for Rome), clean, and roomy with a nice bathroom. Our only complaint was the airconditioning, which was inadequate and controlled by the hotel, not the guest. Nevertheless, I would stay here on my next trip to Rome without reservation (no pun intended - make a reservation).
I had only one problem with this hotel. When I arrived on New Years Eve, they had given my room away and arranged a room at another hotel which was a short walk away. This was very annoying and meant that I had to wait one night to get into my room at Hotel Trevi. The next day I began my stay in the Junior Suite at the Hotel Trevi. The room was big and comfortable and had been recently renovated. It was only about half a block from the Fontana di Trevi and right in the middle of all of the wonderful things going on in the ancient quarter of the city. The hotel staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. I really enjoyed my stay once it got started.
If you are in Rome to see all the sites, this is the perfect place! Just round the corner from the trevi fountain, most of the historical sites are a short walk from there. The hotel was very homely and a lovely place to return to after a hard day sight seeing. I have recommended it to my parents to go and stay!
“Trevi in the heart of Rome”
This hotel exceed my expectations. The room was big, with a loft, and comfortable. It was on a quite street, but close to the action of Rome, near Trevi Fountain. I would recommend this hotel.
“Location was fantastic - would highly recommend!!”
The hotel is one block away from the Trevi Fountain - it was extremely easy to walk to most touristy places in Rome. My husband and I (late 20's) had a junior suite room, so it was actually in a separate building from the hotel (just a block away). We loved our room, and felt there was a lot of space (it had 2 floors - the bottom floor had a sittig area and a great updated bathroom, and the top floor had another sitting area, desk area, and bedroom). Air-conditioning was fully functional. Room was cleaned daily. Breakfast was very tasty, although I would recommend going around 8am to get a table and to have more selection of pastries. The breakfast staff is quite busy, so you might have to wait a bit for your coffee or cappuchino. It does help if you learn a few words of italian. The hotel gives you a map, and it makes it very easy to get around Rome. It was a 10 minute walk to the Colosseum, a 5 minute walk to the Spanish Steps, and a 30 minute walk to the Vatican. Very easy to get a taxi to the train station (the front desk called for us, and it arrived in less than 5 minutes). There was a computer in the lobby that you can use for a few euros for one hour's worth of time (it was great that we didn't have to look for an internet cafe). I would definitely go back to this little gem of a hotel and stay in a junior suite, and would recommend it to others! The location is fantastic!!!