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About Cesar Palace - B&B
check-in 1 PM | check-out 11 AM
Property Location Located in Rome (Salario), Cesar Palace - B&B is within a 10-minute drive of Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.
Property Location Located in Rome (Salario), Cesar Palace - B&B is within a 10-minute drive of Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. This townhouse accommodation is 1.3 mi (2.1 km) from Colosseum and 3.9 mi (6.3 km) from St. Peter's Basilica.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 8 air-conditioned rooms featuring LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis.
Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Dining Continental breakfasts are available for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include express check-in, multilingual staff, and an elevator (lift). A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours).
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 1 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 187 reviews
VERY GOOD 143 reviews
AVERAGE 92 reviews
POOR 57 reviews
TERRIBLE 86 reviews
22 May 2018
You get what you pay for
Ok, so this place has received some proper hate from what I can see over the past while.
Now, I'm not sure if the place is under new management, or if they paid attention to the criticism, but myself and my partner stayed here at the end of April 18.
We booked this establishment as we needed a budget hotel, we were there to look at the sites, not spend most of our time in the hotel.
We enjoyed ourselves considerably, this is a budget hotel/guesthouse, out of the way, and you should have your expectations geared towards this.
Now, I'd like to clarify some items, as once we checked in we looked at reviews and almost checked out as quick, for which I'm happy we didn't:
1.They don't serve breakfast here. Ignore the pictures. What they offer are vouchers for a continental breakfast in a cafe, being coffee and a pastry. The cafe is literally, literally, less then one minute away, and if you have issues with walking for one minute for a gorgeous coffee, you shouldn't be in Rome. This is typical in Italy and people need to stop complaining that they didn't get their full English or Irish breakfast. When in Rome, as the saying goes.
2. We were genuinely rushed out of the reception almost immediately and were a little unsure what to do, but the staff give you a form with all the codes needed to open the main gate, apartment door, wifi code etc. (WIFI was great, nice and fast). So some complaints there may be justified, but they do make you like them on facebook and encourage you to message them as it may be quicker then calling. Some staff, including the young lass working there are extremely helpful. We had no issues with codes or getting into the complex
3. People weren't sure where to go once in the hotel. There is a sign on ground floor indicating that the reception is on the 5th floor.
4. The place is very poorly signed from the outside, we had a private transfer and even he had trouble finding it. To confirm, there is a well signed Asian restaurant, the Grand Dragon, next door to this. Look for this and the next door is #55 which is the guesthouse.
5. Rickity elevator which such bad smells? This is an old house, some people don't realize Rome is old apparently, and the elevator is the biggest they can actually install without gods help. It's pretty vintage and tight, it will accommodate a large suitcase and person, maybe 2. Vintage meaning you open and close it for it to move. Some reviews of people not knowing they had to open the doors when reaching the 5th floor made me laugh so much! No smell to be aware of.
6. The room was spotless, beds and everywhere clean, with air conditioning and WIFI. No safe though so keep valuables close.
In all, I booked this place for a budget as we were on our trip for the sites and rarely in the room. When we were, we did inspect it and were happy with the condition of the room throughout. This isn't a five star hotel and doesn't pretend to be. We got all the amenities we needed and I'm happy that we got value for money here.
We stayed in room #301 and it was perfectly acceptable.
The hotel is 15 minutes away from the main tourist buses pickup points and 20 from Trevi fountain, so bring some good waling shoes.
Also, the hotel is near a few off-the-beaten-track restaurants serving proper cheap italian food which is a plus, think there's 4 or 6 withing 5 minutes walk?
Beware the tourist tax payable when you enter, this is on all tourists and the place is required to collect once you step in to get your keys on day one.
They've only lost a point out of 5 stars as we were bundled out of the reception as the man had some meeting to go to, and we had to wait 2 hours for the room to be ready as we had the earliest flight in. We were left a little unawares here but were able to follow the instructions on the form provided to figure it all out.
Again, maybe the place is under new management or is actively improving based on feedback, but it wasn't nearly as bad as what has been reported previously.
10 Apr 2018
Not going yet I have changed t....
Having read the reviews on here, I got very upset & ended up changing from this hotel via the holiday company. plus it is suddenly downgraded to a guest house with hardly any of the amenities advertised? Bizarre . I emailed them about a safe in the room which is essential nowadays, the reply I got back was “no safe in room”which put me off for starters.... NO hotels are without room safes nowadays... so glad after reading recent reviews that we are now going to another hotel, not without additional cost but hey ho, we’re now looking forward to it .thanks to everyone for their reviews on here they are invaluable !
09 Apr 2018
Don't you ever stay here...
The worst i have been in my life.. Me and my family so disappointed. Small, dirty, no breakfast, no reception, no coffee, no, no, no... nothing. Four days in Roma and the only problem we had is the hotel.
05 Apr 2018
The site you look at is nothing that you get when you get there . Not really advertised from the out side had to knock on a door what looked like a cleaning cupboard where a janitor sits and gets a cup of tea , to be told it was on 3rd floor and take the lift that looked like a cage . When arriving at the reception that looked lovely on the web site was the opposite old tables and chairs a desk and cluttered sides more like a storage room NOT a RECEPTION. Then taken to our room smelt musty curtains hanging of the pole , marks all over the walls , bathroom mould all round bottom of shower door toilet stained with poo . And the most uncomfortable bed iv slept in the sheets and towels were clean compared to the rest of it . No tea or coffee making facilities , and gave vouchers for us to go get are breakfast down the road in a cafe and we never went never would I recommend this place to stay to anyone disgusting.
03 Apr 2018
Two Days in Roma
I had a wonderful stay in Rome the staff was very welcoming and the location was central. Nearby there is the bus for the Vatican and Venetian square. For the Colosseum there is a direct subway from Castro Pretorio. My business meeting was there and it was very easy to reach it. Facilities were comfortable and clean rooms. Arrivederci Roma!!