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Enzo Apr 13th, 2000 08:46 AM

Rome Hotel Margutta & Hotel Marcus
 
Anyone stayed at either of these two hotels?

michele Apr 13th, 2000 11:30 AM

Enzo, <BR>I stayed at the Margutta several winters ago and did not like it. Our room was dark, small, I mean vry small, and poorly heated. I understand some rooms are better than others, but based on my experience, I wouldn't recommend it. I am pretty sure there are a few posts on the forum on the Margutta with a variety of opinions. You might want to search for them.

Kathleen Apr 13th, 2000 01:43 PM

My husband and I stayed at the Marcus last summer. It was very reasonable for a great <BR>

Kathleen Apr 13th, 2000 01:46 PM

(whoops) Marcus is in a great location with many sites within walking distance. This more than makes up for the small but clean rooms. Be sure to go to Giolitti.

Margo Apr 26th, 2000 07:11 PM

MARCUS: Via Clementino 94, <BR>2nd fl., 00186. <BR>Tel: 06-68300320/6873679. <BR>Fax: 06-68300312. <BR>Website: <BR>http://www.venere.it/roma/marcus/ <BR>(17 rms., all w/toilet & bath or shower.) 135,000-155,000L (69-79E) single; 185,000-205,000L (95-105E) double; 220,000-250,000L (113-128E) triple; 250,000-270,000L (128-138E) quad. Breakfast (7:30-10am) is included in the rates & cannot be deducted but can be served in the room. Visa, MC, AX. English spoken (Marcus) direct-dial phone, TV, 16th-century charming palace w/simply old-fashioned furnished nice-size pretty rms., lots of ambiance, #12 & 18 have balconies, #9 (large) & 6 are the best rms., 1 rm. has private bathroom in hall, some rms. have antique fireplaces, central heating, air-conditioned, bar, double-paned windows, minibars (99), elevator, 2 flrs. Owned/managed by Salvatore DeCaro. Metro: Spagna. From Piazza Spagna, turn left, then right onto Via Condotti, follow this street which becomes Via Fontanella Borghese and eventually becomes Via Clementino.

monique Apr 27th, 2000 06:55 AM

I stayed at the Margutta a few years back, it was a little dark, however the room was large and very clean! The price and location were perfect! I have a trip planned the fisrt of June, the Margutta was booked, I did get a room at the Locarno, I would like to hear feedback on this hotel... <BR>


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