Help With Rome Hotel Choice

Feb 14th, 2009, 12:37 PM
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Help With Rome Hotel Choice

Okay so I have narrowed down our choices for hotels while staying in Rome to the following 3. Please give any feedback that you may have regarding the hotels. We will be staying for five nights. Thanks

Hotel Cosmopolita (Double Standard Room) - 595 Euro total for 5 nights. Hotel location: Via Santa Eufemia 5 | Piazza Venezia

Hotel Paba - (Double Room Queen Bed) - 625 Euro total for 5 nights. Hotel location: Via Cavour, 266

Hotel Golden - (Double Room King Bed) 425 Euro for 5 nights. Hotel location: Via Marche 84

Hotel Golden seems like a good choice based on the price and the reviews, however would appreciate some additional input as well.
ronnieh is offline  
Feb 15th, 2009, 05:50 AM
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i'm sorry i haven't heard of these hotels. perhaps someone else has...

meanwhile, have you checked tripdvisor?

good luck.
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Feb 15th, 2009, 06:19 AM
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Hotel Golden is in a less convenient location than the other two for most tourist sights, public transit,etc

You could probably find an apartment in the same price range for 5 nights if that appeals to you
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Feb 15th, 2009, 07:15 AM
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We stayed in the Hotel Paba for one week two years ago and thought it was great. Our room was large (by European standards) and comfortable, the breakfast was lovely and the owner was very friendly. It's not as central as hotels by the Campo dei Fiori (which is why it's less expensive) but it's right by the Colisseum and Forum and we walked everywhere (except the Vatican--although we did walk back). Via Cavour is a large, noisy street so if that bothers you you should ask for a quiet room. We were given the option but actually chose a street-side room because we had a little balcony--it was worth putting up with a little noise.
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Feb 15th, 2009, 10:15 AM
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Thanks for the information.
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