The rooms were beautifully decorated. Looked just like the pictures posted online.
The neighborhood made me a little scared at first. Lots of graffiti all over, However, we did not have any problems and the people in the area did not appear to be worried.
Staff was very friendly, the hotel was quiet, breakfast was adequate, and there is a small parking lot for the hotel and lots of public parking.
The location is a bit seedy and the walk to Termini was farther than I thought. But, not really hotel's fault.
Staff was helpful and flexible and the room was quiet.
This hotel really needs a renovation or at least the bathrooms need it badly. The shower is a most unusual experience: it gets you wet, but it doesn't really help you wash.
The room was clean and the breakfast was good-- chocolate croissants, fresh orange juice and blood orange juice, rolls, jams, butter, and lots of different cereals.
The location was terrible. The hotel itself is nice considering the cost, but the pictures on the website are inaccurate. Actually, the wall to the street is covered with graffiti and lined with huge trash bins. Only once you get inside the gates is there a decent hotel. Additionally, the hotel is very far from anything. It takes about twenty minutes by bus to get to any metro line that can take you to sites in Rome.
This is a budget hotel only. The rooms are clean but very small especially the showers. The courtyards are nicely decorated.
The internet did not work during our stay. The area is not great but close to the bus for travelling into the city.
Room was very quiet. Easy access to bus route and to metro. Good breakfast selection. Allowed me to place items in hotel fridge. Staff all spoke English and answered all my questions. Supermarket next door and lots of restaurants in area. Safe area...able to have morning jog outside every morning. Would stay again
No..everything was fine.
Hotel staff-verry nice and friendly Easy to access public transportation in order to reach the important touristic points
quality of the bed; but for the money value was ok (quality/price report)
the shower cubicle was too small for comfort.
It is in an up and coming studenty area, a small community in itself. With little music festivals/club/bars etc and an historic church.Only 20 min walk from the hustle and bustle of Roma Termini. So still central but out of the way. Geat to chill after a long days sightseeing. Huge room. Good transport links.
The staff were very knowledgeable about the area, very helpful. The restaurants in the area are very good, local flavor. The room was really attractive and clean. Breakfast was very good.
Walking to the location, I was afraid I was in a really bad part of town. The graffiti is terrible, and the streets are pretty dirty, like everywhere in Rome. But I'm so glad I gave the area a second chance. It's a middle-class neighborhood with all age groups, and everyone comes out at about 7:30 to eat, walk, and converse with the neighbors. Don't let the graffiti scare you away!!! It is, however, not as close to Termini as you might think. Try to take public transit closer to the area.
A stay at Hotel Villa San Lorenzo Maria places you in the heart of Rome, within a 15-minute walk of Via Marsala and University of Roma-La Sapienza. Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services.