Good location, one metro stop from central station (Termini) and 200m from Colosseum.
Small rooms, thin walls, so you rely on the politeness and understanding of your neighbours. We had window to the inner yard, so the noise from the street was not a problem. Try to avoid rooms 606 (this one has bathroom across the corridor), 607 and 608 - these are next to the breakfast rooms, so basically you cant sleep from 7:30 as you hear people coming and going. Breakfast was poor and deadline is strict at 9:30.
Broken bed, poor breakfast, inoperable safe, having to drag a suitcase up the stairs, having to ask three times for a blanket. Being awakened at 2am and asked my name for some reason which is still beyond me. Bathroom down the corridor - not in room. Overpriced
the location is the best about this hotel, within walking distance of many interesting sites (colosseum, forum, trevi, ..)
Situated on the busy and noisy Cavour street. Despite advertising it accepts pets not pet friendly at all.
Location is great
Hotel Adas is in a very central location easily accessible from Termini Train Station by bus or by metro (one stop - Cavour). It's also next door to the Colosseum and the Forum. The rooms are spartan but clean. The breakfast is what you typically find in Roman hotels: cappuccini, coffee, tea, bread, butter, jam and croissants.
The rooms are very small, but if you are going to be spending only your sleeping hours there, size will not matter. What will is the noise level. The doors do not muffle sounds of people coming and going in the hallways and there is a lot of ambient noise. If I hadn't brought along earplugs (a must for most Italian cities during the summer), I would not have slept a wink. Also, the price is rather steep. There are cheaper places to stay in the area -- but you must reserve way ahead of time.
The location was great! Right on Cavour just down the street from the Coloseum and just down the street from the metro station. Breakfast was pretty good.
Most of the staff did not speak much English. The hotel was relatively easy to find (small sign). Finding the room on the top floor was another matter. The check in desk was a couple floors up, so you had to wander to find it. Not all of the rooms are on that floor and some of the floors had offices or apartments. Our room was on the very top floor and the elevators do not go up that high, the small winding staircase was poorly lit. The staff told us the room was just up on the next floor, not four floors up. You have to turn in your key at the front desk every time you leave and pick it up each time you return. That was a little inconvenient.
Hotel staff were very friendly and helpful and the gentleman looking after breakfast was fantastic! He made the best cappachinos!
The phone could not be transferred to my room so any incoming phone calls had to be taken at the reception which wasn't very private.
Great location, nice and helpful staff
Quite poor breakfast, lift up to the 5th floor only
location value for mony helpful staff
cnn would have been nice on tv
A stay at Hotel Centro Cavour places you in the heart of Rome, within a 10-minute walk of Roman Forum and Via Nazionale. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby, a 24-hour front desk, and multilingual staff. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available on request).