Property Location With a stay at this apartment, you'll be centrally located in Rome, just a 4-minute walk from Villa Borghese a
Property Location With a stay at this apartment, you'll be centrally located in Rome, just a 4-minute walk from Villa Borghese and 8 minutes by foot from Trevi Fountain. This apartment is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Spanish Steps and 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Borghese Gallery.
Rooms Make yourself comfortable in this air-conditioned apartment, which features a fireplace. A kitchenette makes it easy to prepare your meals. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment.
Dining At this apartment, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant.
Facilities offered in Rome 103 :
Tours/ticket assistanceTotal number of rooms - 1Concierge ServiceRestaurant4+More Amenities
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.
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29 Mar 2015
EXCELENTE - UBICACIÓN, PRECIO ....
Es muy fácil llegar de la estación de metro Roma Termini, se puede llegar caminando como lo hicimos nosotros nos llevo escasos 15 minutos y pudimos apreciar toda la zona, que es fantástica. Cerca del hotel esta la Villa Borguese que es recomendable visitar, ya que es un parque muy bonito. La estación desde que llegamos fue excelente. Son pequeños flats, con más que lo necesario, ya que cuentas con una pequeña cocina, donde puedes prepararte tu desayuno, tiene platos, vasos, y una cafetera de expreso. El baño esta muy amplio y limpio y tiene una lavadora la cual esta a tu servicio, de hecho te dejan el jabón para que laves tu ropa, el cuarto es grande y la cama también aquí el único pero, la cama era muy dura y toda se tambaleaba, la sala en buen estado, y la mesa muy bien. Es un lugar excelente para quedarte varios días y no gastar mucho en comida. También esta muy cerca de la Fontana de Trevi y nosotros llegamos caminando al Vaticano, ya que nos encanta caminar, pero si no es tu tipo, en la esquina de la avenida principal encontrarás el metro Spagna..
Un mini-alloggio, nemmeno troppo "mini", accessoriato per eventuali ambizioni d'autonomia, che si è rivelato assai utile per le necessità mie (turistico-culturali) e, soprattutto, della mia compagna (convegno professionale). Va da sé che occorra un'autoeducazione al "no-frills" per godere pienamente di un siffatto alloggiamento. La prima colazione non è prevista e i servizi sono ridotti all'essenziale, ma la posizione, oltreché la garbatezza di gestori e proprietari (al netto delle smancerie proprie delle residenze "stellate"), sono un bene davvero non trascurabile. Un guasto idraulico, forse oggettivamente tollerabile, è stato trasformato in irrisorietà di fatto dalla prontezza della proprietà, la quale ha rinunciato ad esigere, a titolo di risarcimento, uno dei quattro pernottamenti concordati per mezzo del sito "booking.com".
15 Jun 2011
Simple and good
I stayed at this hotel with my wife over New Years in December 2010 and found it to be quite good. Don't expect a luxury pad or anything but what you will find is a decent but slightly aging living room with a small kitchen, comfortable modernish bedroom and a great modern bathroom/shower.
The best feature of this place is its location. It is a 2 minute walk to the famous Via Veneto with its glamourous Harry's Bar and a host of other first class hotels and restaurants. The metro station is a 10 minute walk.
There is also a massive supermarket through the underpass near Harry's Bar (about 10 minutes walk from the flat) where you can get some of the famous Italian cold cuts, spumantes and other breakfast items. Cooking a whole meal would be a little tough but you could swing a quick pasta.
Also, you must go to a restaurant called San Marco in the area... just too good for words!
The apartment is also smoker-friendly which is great in Europe and the receptionist downstairs minds his own business, which is great cause i'm not fussy and I don't like nosey!
The apartment block is full of people who own thier flats and 103 is the only rental. We found them to mind their own business too. The place is very secure though, cause there is always a receptionist on duty.
None of the TV's work... no idea why! Tried and tried but no chance. I ended up hooking up my laptop up to the stereo which worked fine for music. There is one speaker in the living room and the other in the bathroom through the ceiling! Hilarious!
29 Jun 2010
An apartment without a functio....
Fiance and I stayed at Rome 103 in June 2010 during our tour of Italy. We booked based on online reviews, price, and location. We had wanted an apartment so that we could cut costs by cooking some meals for ourselves, but it took us so long to find a grocery store, that it didn't end up working out that way.
We arrived in the evening to find that the staff speaks little to no english. We knew from reading other reviews that we were supposed to pay in cash upon arrival but if we hadn't already known that, I suspect that the staff wouldn't have been able to communicate it to us. The couches in the lobby stink like cigarette smoke, so I would advise against sitting on them.
Elevator is tiny, but the fact that they have one is still a good sign, as many european hotels do not.
Our apartment was spacious, with a large and well appointed bathroom. The kitchen, however, was a very small fridge, a sink, and a two-burner stovetop. Pots, pans and utensil were included for our use, but there are no "pantry staples" included, such as salt, or dish soap. The nearest grocery store is a fairly long walk, so we didn't have the opportunity to get any groceries until late in our stay, and found that when we did cook, we had no soap to wash the pots with afterward. One of the burners on the stove didn't work, and would in fact cause us to lose power to the whole kitchen area if we tried to use it.
Our apartment overlooked the street, on which they started construction every morning at 8 am. We wanted to request to move to another room, but couldn't communicate it to the staff so we just lived with it.
The bed was large and comfortable, but was in fact two single beds pushed together. They had a tendency to separate, and we were frequently trying to shove them back together.
The room had tons of storage space, a large closet to hang your clothes in, and a small couch and a working tv. I had read in a review that they had laundry facilities, however our apartment did not.
The apartment has no access to wireless internet, however there is a computer in the lobby that guests are welcome to use for free. They also allow you to print from it for free.
When I booked this apartment, I did so thinking that the Via Veneto neighbourhood was the one to be in, but we found it to be mostly overpriced restaurants and expensive sunglasses stores. I think it would have been better to be in the Piazza Navona and Pantheon district, to be closer to the attractions (Trevi fountain, Spanish steps, Pantheon, Colliseum, Circus Maximus, etc.) and have better access to fairly priced restaurants.
A shining point in our stay at Rome 103 was a restaurant around the corner called La Bruschetta, and we would definitely recommend it to anyone who finds themselves in the area.