Residenza Menni Hotel Rome is located on Via Morgagni, just 200 metres from Policlinico Metro Station and a mere 5-minute drive from
Residenza Menni Hotel Rome is located on Via Morgagni, just 200 metres from Policlinico Metro Station and a mere 5-minute drive from Roma Termini. Designed by famous architect Giuseppe Valadier, the magnificent Villa Torlonia is reachable in a 5-minute walk from here. Rome Fiumicino Airport is about a 40-minute drive from the property.
All rooms at the property are decorated in pastel colours and offer views of the city. These individually climate-controlled rooms are complete with LCD television with satellite channels, direct dial phone, desk and free Wi-Fi access. En suite bathrooms come with hairdryer and shower and bathtub facilities.
To cater to the needs of corporate guests, the property features three well-equipped and versatile meeting rooms. The TV lounge is a perfect place to relax and mingle with fellow guests. Ticket bookings and restaurant reservations can be made at the 24-hour front desk. Guests can reply to mails using the free Wi-Fi access.
Before heading out to explore Rome, enjoy a delicious breakfast in the breakfast room. Sample classic Italian dishes at any of the restaurants located close to the hotel. Cravings for traditional Indian delicacies can be satisfied at Krishna 13 Restaurant, about 10 minutes drive away.
Built to commemorate Constantine I's victory in the Battle of Milvian Bridge, the iconic Arch of Constantine is a mere 15-minute drive from the property.
Facilities offered in Residenza Menni Hotel Rome :
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 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 0 reviews
VERY GOOD 7 reviews
AVERAGE 14 reviews
POOR 10 reviews
TERRIBLE 4 reviews
18 Sep 2013
Good value for accommodations ....
My son and I stayed here in August/13. The room was basic and retro in design, but clean and comfortable. We loved the quiet yet convenient neighbourhood- steps to Policlinico subway station - 4 stops from Collosseo andn the tourist district. We appreciated coming home to a real neighbourhood after touring the city - the hotel was quiet and low profile ( no sign indicating it was a hotel- so you have to know where you're going!).
There was a good "wine bar/ restaurant across the street with coffee, sandwiches and hot food at lunch - closed in the evening. We also shopped at the corner grocery store for snacks, drinks etc.
We got a great rate t this hotel, and would stay here again. Not glamorous- but you're in Rome to tour not sit in your room.
17 Jul 2013
Stay here if you wish to be su....
I booked this hotel before having a chance to read trip advisor. Originally I had booked myself into accommodation in spagna because I wanted to be close to "everything" but last minute I decided to look further out. I found Hotel Residenza which was only a couple of stops from the termini and was nearly 1/2 to 2/3 cheaper than anywhere else around spagna.
Once booked and paid I checked trip advisor and was really thrown by the reviews. I was very concerned about the quality of the hotel and felt insecure about it. There was no time to change my mind as I'd arranged this last minute.
When we arrived to Rome we soon discovered that the metro was closed and transport strikes were on. We knew no italian but a kind local shuttled us into a cab and we soon arrived (€23 from airport to hotel)
The check in to this hotel in on the next block 100 meters away. We left our luggage at the residenza hotel and proceeded to check in at Marjorie. Very kindly the concierge walked us back and swiped us through with our key and led us to our room.
The room on 1st floor was small and the bathroom is classic 1970s styling. The window in our room overlooks the courtyard, with views of the nunnery across the block. The bed is firm but when you have travelled 30hrs in transit and are sightseeing from 7am til 10pm, it wouldn't matter to us if it were a bed of nails! My husband is 6'11 and enjoyed sitting in the tiny bath to shower (mainly because we couldn't bare to stand any longer) I think it just adds to the quirkiness.
I think the negative reviews on this place are valid if you're a bit of a princess about where you stay. I've stayed in places that are €60 to €1500 a night. I always base the kind of accom on weather I'm planning on staying indoors for an extended time or weather it's simply a place to rest for 7 hours between sightseeing.
Location is perfect! We found a great cafe at bologna, where 2 x double espresso and 2x chocolate croissants cost €5.80. Theres a supermarket and pharmacy across the road. Visited a market on Sunday in bologna (yellow tents on the big roundabout) where we purchased truffle spread, pork panini, and mingled with locals. Then onto see Francesco at another cafe to pick up beer and dessert for an afternoon snack. Later for dinner we ate at la mimosa amazing food. Super authentic! All of these places are cheaper and better than anything you will find inner city.
We later visited Spagna and were relieved to NOT stay in that area! Teaming with tourist, gauntlets of conartists and waiters trying to entice you to eat at their less than par restaurants. We were relived each day to come home to our quiet neck of the woods where we didn't feel so defensive about watching out for possible pick pocketers.
Thanks to staying at hotel residenza we saved money on our accommodation and allowed us to have more spending money. Also theres a tax for accommodation depending on a star rating. the tax varies from €2 to €5 per night per person. Because we were staying 5 nights it was €20 if we were in 4star accom it would have cost €40. We will stay here again if we brave 30 hours in transit to come back to Rome.
Perfect for couples, backpackers, budget conscious and anyone who wants to avoid the mobs of tourists and go off the beaten path tho find something special and authentic.
Breakfast is very basic and starts at 7:45 until 10am we were ready to leave by 7am every morning so we usually visited the same place each morning for an espresso and crassoint which was close to bologna. There's another great cafe called "this bar"across the road from the hotel on the way to policlinico metro station.
17 Jun 2013
WE LEFT THIS HOTEL! Terrible a....
ROMA ROOM HOTEL, RESIDENZA MENNI, HOTEL REGINA MARGHERITA. If you see any of these names, beware: you might be paying 100+ EUROS each night for a time in hll!
The taxi dropped mother and I at the exact address provided. Gates. Then you ring a bell and wait. Then someone comes from the other block via the strees, and tells my mother and I that we should follow him (with NO help with luggage from him at a fast-paced march thru uneven side walks, crossing the street, and dragging all down the steps of a narrow entrance in another building. We did the forms and had AGAIN to walk with our suitcases with NO help BACK to where we started, pull the luggage upstairs to the entrance of yet another building. The room was so insipid there was no mirror - just a tiny one in the bathroom. The shower water didn't quite go down the drain, the dark breakfast area was one of the the saddest, most lugubrious places I have seen in many trips. Breakfast included, but the (free) coffee was undrinkable. If you wished better you had to pay by inserting coind into a machine. There was no one at our building desk. Both mornings we were awoken by screams and stampede of group guests at 7:10AM and 7:50AM. The last drop was when one of my mother's personal object was removed from the room, without an explanation. We found out about it upon our return at the end of the day. We walked the 1+ block to the main building to complain (because the phone of the room was NOT working) and the desk guy had the nerve to tell us to leave if we were not happy!! It was around 7:30PM, already getting dark. What he NEVER imagined is that these 2 ladies would appear in front of him all packed up to really leave this weird combo of buildings of either absent or very rude staff to say the least. Our stay was forcefully reduced from a 3- to a 2-night stay. We still did not recovered the money of the last night.
30 May 2013
Hotel Terrível/ Horrible Hotel
Vou escrever em inglês e em português para que todos entendam e NÃO reservem neste hotel.
1 - O nome do hotel também é Roma Room Hotel;
2 - O hotel tem recepção, mas não há recepcionista, o check in e check out é feito em outro hotel, chamado Hotel Regina Margherita, que é de outro proprietário;
3 - Não há telefone no quarto. Pelo menos no quarto que eu fiquei não tinha telefone, e por não ter recepção, não tínhamos ninguém para poder nos auxiliar a ligar em caso de emergência;
4 - A TV do quarto não funcionava, quarto com as paredes sujas, banheiro barulhento quanto a luz era acesa;
5 - O hotel ( que mais parece um albergue)recebe muitas crianças e adolescentes e, como não há ninguém na recepção para colocar limites, eles fazem o que querem e fica tudo muito barulhento.
Definitivamente não indico este hotel.
I'll write in English and Portuguese for everyone to understand and DO NOT booking this hotel.
1 - The name of the hotel is also Roma Room Hotel;
2 - The hotel has a reception desk, but there is no receptionist at all, the check in and check out is at another hotel called Hotel Regina Margherita, which is another owner, other hotel;
3 - There is no phone in the room. At least in the room I stayed there wasn't a phone, and due the lack of a receptionist, did not have anyone to be able to help us call in case of emergency;
4 - The TV in the room did not work, the room had dirty walls and a noisy bathroom when the light was on;
5 - The hotel (which looks like a hostel) receives many children and teenagers, as there is no one at the reception to set limits, they do what they want and everything is very noisy.
Definitely not indicate this hotel.
24 Mar 2013
Unfortunately it was not so good. The rooms need renovation immediately. The only advantages was the location. The location was close to metro,buses, tram etc.The rooms very old. Only a bed and a tv. Tv with no control to change the channels.