Hotel Santa Costanza
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This hotel was clean and the staff helpful and friendly, they only offer breakfast but there are eating places within walking distance. the bed was a little hard but the rest was fine, i would stay here again.
The room for 3 guest was small with small bathroom there was no complementary water bottle no water kettle for tea or coffee ,the hotel has no room service for food only limited drinks during morning time, pillows are limited one pillow for each bed and uncomfortable ,TV screen is small with limited number of channels all in Italian language there is no rstuerant in the hotel may be it is OK for single guest but not more ,the nearest Metro station is 10 minutes walk ,the walls and windows are not sound proof For me it is not a 4 starsThe safety box is not digital so it's not safe as you receive the keys from reception
Was meeting Point for the start of Cosmos Tour. Room was comfortable & Clean. Most of the staff were very friendly and helpful. Good breakfast and great supermarket close by. Luckily we had a room on first floors and used stairs as the lift was extremely small and very claustrophobic.View from room very average, overlooked patio area in desperate need of attention
As advised on trip advisor we walked from Bolonga station to the hotel but please be aware this is a a good 10 min walk. If you have lots of suitcases and it's in peak sunshine I would recommend getting a taxi from Termini. Top Tips (which we found out whilst there)1. Us British are extremely polite (maybe to much sometimes) the Italians are not like this. But this does not mean they are rude.2. I would have been lost without google maps on the I phone but if not become familiar with the metro and bus routes (ask reception they helped us out). You can download a free map of the Rome metro it even calculates a route.3. Once some what familiar who will discover this hotel is in a perfect location, a 5 min walk to Sant'Agnese Annibaliano metro station. When speaking to the man on the reception desk he said we don't recommend guests coming in at this station as it is a split line (basically just like the district and circle line London tube). To find this station turn left out of the hotel cross the road and carry on down that main road go straight over the roundabout and if you look to your right you will see a 'M' sign in this distance down a road.4. Buy a metro ticket it covers bus, metro and tram. We bought a 7 day pass for €24 5. Use the 60 bus route to take you to piazza Venezia (it's the last bus stop). To get to the bus stop..turn left out the hotel and cross the road, you will see the bus stop on your left. In about 15 mins you will find yourself in the heart of Rome. 6. €10 deposit for the safe7. Supermarket down the road, turn right out of the hotel. 8. Be prepared to walk, take comfortable shoes! 9. If you visit in July and Aug be prepared to see a few shops shut. But this did not affect our stay. 10. Use the sight seeing busses- anyone will do. However some tour busses offer additional extras such as a ticket for the Vatican and etc. We choose 48 hours, in the first 2 days really helps you get a sense of where things are in Rome. 11. Before exploring Rome pack a lunch. Lunch is very expensive in the centre of Rome. We went to the cafe to the left of the hotel, and ordered a panini. Very friendly staff. 12. Sounds silly but zebra crossings are different. Cars won't stop, you kind of have to just walk out and then they will stop. Always look for the green man lol I have never seen driving quite like it haha13. Bum bags may not look cool but are sooo worth it. It put my mind a rest knowing where my money and phone where.The hotel just added to a wonderful city break. The receptionist told us that our room was small. But it was perfect size for 2 20 something year olds. I also cannot fault how clean our room was. Air con was perfect, shutters were brilliant to keep the light out. Hair dryer and fridge provided which is always useful.We opted out of breakfast, and went to the local supermarket and picked up yoghurts, fruit and pastries. The lift does make me laugh in the hotel, it's a small one it can fit 2 people and their suitcases. But it always worked and you get use to it. We were lucky to have a room not on the main road, however it was not a main road so wouldn't have been that bad. But be prepared to hear a few sirens (there is a hospital nearby). Overall I can not fault this hotel, it added to the most amazing trip!!! I was very happy with the location the centre of Rome is way to busy.
Myself, my Wife & Infant were there at the Hotel for 2 nights on the 3rd-5th July. Fairly pleased. Following were the feedback/suggestions:Pros: Receptionist Lady(not the man) - gave a warm welcome, and gave a good overview of the various touristic sites, and the best mode of transport to get there. Balcony provided was really good on the 5th floor. Breakfast was really good. Good restaurant & supermarkets nearby. Cons: Lift was terrible(cramped & small), and was scary initially, after closing of shutter. Hotel - 4 Star- Don't feel it to be. should be 2 or 3 Star. Spacing limited. narrow corridors, and inside rooms. Location not suitable. 15 minute walk from Bologna station. And some stations far away from heart of city.
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- 74 Rooms on 6 floors
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Hotel Santa CostanzaRome,Italy
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Viale Ventuno Aprile 4, 00162 Rome Italy
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