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About Hotel Trevi Rome
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Hotel Trevi Rome, situated on Vicolo del Babuccio, is only 150 metres from the world-famous Trevi Fountain. The world-famous Col
Hotel Trevi Rome, situated on Vicolo del Babuccio, is only 150 metres from the world-famous Trevi Fountain. The world-famous Colosseum and Piazza Navona are accessible within 10 minutes drive from here. To ensure a hassle-free commuting, it offers transfers paid to-from Leonardo da Vinci International Airport, which is about half an hours drive away. The hotels concierge assists guests in planning sightseeing tours and restaurant reservations. Other conveniences available here include round-the-clock front desk, express check-in check-out, luggage storage facility, laundry dry cleaning and complimentary Wi-Fi access throughout.
Featuring a private bathroom, the hotels modern rooms are offered under Single, Double, Triple, Quadruple, Suite and Junior Suite categories. In-room amenities include satellite TV, telephone, mini bar, personal safe, separate work desk and free Wi-Fi access.
Enjoy a nutritious buffet breakfast offered by the hotel every morning. For mouth-watering Italian delicacies, visit Ristorante Mirabelle restaurant, which is only 7 minutes drive from the property. Serving vegetarian and non-vegetarian Indian curries, Mother India Restaurant can be reached in just 10 minutes by foot.
Galleria Alberto Sordi, a historic shopping arcade of the city, is only 5 minutes walk from the hotel.
Facilities offered in Hotel Trevi Rome :
Pets AllowedFree Wi-fiRoom Service (24 Hours)Express check-inSafe-deposit box at front deskTours/ticket assistance24+More Amenities
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Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
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User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 207 reviews
VERY GOOD 419 reviews
AVERAGE 250 reviews
POOR 115 reviews
TERRIBLE 147 reviews
30 May 2018
Nice updates hotel, well price....
We went to Rome for a couple of days. Found this hotel close to the Trevi hotel. They have two locations about 100m apart from each other. With breakfast you need to walk when staying in the other building.
Is there noise, yes there is but you are staying in the hart of Rome. Want quietness? go to Scotland. Loved the place just wish they updated the bathroom soaps when they are finished.
28 May 2018
My husband and I booked this hotel a while back, and I definitely regret not reading any of the reviews before hand. When checking in we were told that we would be in one of the outside buildings rather than the actual hotel. This didnt bother me too much until we got told that there are 4 separate keys to get through to get to the room. The "lift" barely fits two people, so when the maintenance worker took us to the 5th floor he could only fit in the lift with our luggage and we had to walk up 5 flights of stairs which is never fun. Once we got through the next 2 doors to our room, the first thing I noticed was the smell. Not a bad smell but just one that wouldn't go away. I must say the room we were given was quite spacious; however, there were many problems.
Firstly, do not state that you have free wifi when it barely works. We were constantly disconnected or barely had any form of signal. I think every room needs a router in this building.
Secondly, we haven't had hot water. When we called to complain we were told that other people were probably using the hot water... yeah thanks for the money I spent I want to have cold showers.
Thirdly, if you want to lock your door at night when sleeping you can't. The lock doesn't work and after reading reviews on the first night of our stay, i was very worried someone was going to walk in when we were sleeping.
It wasnt the worst stay but I dont think I would book again. The good thing is the location.
17 May 2018
TERRIBLE hotel!!! Do not even ....
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Trevi for the last three days of our vacation in Italy and it was so terrible that we tried to avoid returning to our hotel room as much as possible. The pictures that the hotel puts on it's website are deceiving. It offers a modern look but is very cheaply "renovated." This hotel requires you to check in at their main lobby then the bellboy takes you to their "outside rooms" which is about two blocks away in a separate building. This building does NOT have an elevator and we were put on the 5th floor (top floor) of the building. After walking around Rome all day, walking up 5 flights of steep steps is not fun. The rooms and bathrooms were so tiny. We visited with another couple and our rooms were next to each other, which was nice, but their room was twice the size of ours and we paid the same price. We had to put our desk chair in our friend's room so we had enough space to fit our luggage. The handle to turn the shower on and off broke off every time we showered, the shower doors would not close so the bathroom floor was a pool by the time we were done showering. The employee who worked the front desk, John Franco, was AWFUL! He was not welcoming when we arrived, he was rude and made every effort possible to find a way to not help us. When we asked him if he was able to make change for us, he sighed and made it very clear that we were bothering him. After that we tried to avoid him at all costs. However, the day before we left, we wanted to confirm our transportation to bring us to the airport. We asked John Franco if he could please call the transportation company for us. You would have thought we asked him to cut off his right arm. He got the information wrong and refused to call back. We ended up contacting our travel agent in the US and having him confirm our airport transportation. With that said, I will never stay at this hotel again and I hope that this review will save someone else from wasting their time and money.
15 May 2018
THE MOST AWFUL EXPERIENCE
My mother and I took a vacation in Rome because it was her 70th birthday and she deserved a holiday after taking care of my father, who died of cancer 8 months prior. When checking in, the receptionist looked at us as if we were pieces of filth (maybe due to the fact that we have dark skin), and although we had booked through a travel agency in London under the condition of billback, she insisted that we paid the hotel bill before we depart. I had planned a nice holiday, including a four day stay in Florence and had not planned for this. I had to go out and search for a phonecard to call my travel agency (somehow I couldn't access my e-mail or facebook via hotel's wifi). The agency called the hotel to confirm that I was one of their clients and that they would be taking care of the bill. Convinced that all was sorted we enjoyed a lovely day in Rome. However, upon returning to the hotel, I asked reception if all was confirmed - they hadn't a clue what I was talking about. On check out the elderly gentleman receptionist had the same argument with me, and after I told him that he should charge the travel companies credit card for my stay (as this is billback procedure), his comment was: "I don't know if this person will be happy with someone charging their credit card, but hey it is not my problem." This was an awful comment, and it made my mother cry, as it sounded as if he was insinuating that we were criminals guilty of credit card theft. I wouldn't have a clue how to steal credit card details, let alone my 70 year old mother!!!! This hotel operates on the basis that it is within walking distance of a major landmark, but everything else is abysmal - customer service is non existent, in fact I would go as far as to say that you are paying to be insulted, breakfast is extremely poor, rooms are not as advertised online. I was a ship's purser for fourteen years, so believe me, I know what I am talking about.
11 May 2018
Won’t stay here again
I went to Italy for 12 days and the last 3 days we stayed at Hotel Trevi. When checking in our concierge John Franco was extremely rude. We were put in a separate building without an elevator and we were on the TOP floor. Let me tell you 5 flights of stairs after walking around Rome all day long was horrible. The only reason I’m giving this hotel a 2 is because one of the staff did carry all 4 of our bags up the stairs for us which was greatly appreciated and our room was quite spacious. The terrace in the main building was only open for breakfast which was very disappointing and the breakfast was not good. When we would go to the lobby if we needed change or to ask a question about confirming our transfers John Franco would just sigh and give attitude. He was not pleasant. And lastly at the end of our stay we needed to pay our city tax which was $8 a day and was listed all over the hotel that you could pay this with cash or card but when we went to pay they insisted that they would only accept cash. We found that very odd especially since it was posted all over the place that they accepted card payments. The location of this hotel was great but I highly recommend you stay somewhere else unless you enjoy walking up 100 stairs multiple times a day.