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- Close to the Vatican City
- On-site restaurant
- Wi-Fi access
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The Marc’ Aurelio hotel is handily located close to the Vatican City with excellent connections by bus and metro to the heart of Rome and all the major attractions, including the Spanish Steps and Colosseum.
All of the well-appointed rooms at the Marc’ Aurelio hotel are designed with your comfort in mind. Each room offers air conditioning, a private bathroom with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a telephone, a safe, a minibar and Wi-Fi access. An in-room massage service is also available (on request).
Savour a delicious continental buffet breakfast each morning (package dependent) and be sure to visit the on-site restaurant for a tasty evening meal (times vary). Guests can relax in the American Bar with a cool drink or sit out in the garden after a busy day in the city. The hotel also provides a 24-hour front desk and free, private and guarded parking.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: CORNELIA
- Name: SAN PIETRO
- Distance: 3 kilometres
- Name: FIUMICINO
- Distance: 25 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
- Breakfast served to Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Cornelia
- Nearest Rail Name: San Pietro Distance: 3 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Fiumicino Distance: 25 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 403 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 09/2017, JnJnJ wrote this review.
Stayed bed & breakfast for 3 nights. In agreement with other reviews air conditioning didn't work continuously! Fortunately didn't need it during our stay as weather cooler so just opened window! Walk in shower. Clean with sachet supplies of shampoo/… See more
Stayed bed & breakfast for 3 nights. In agreement with other reviews air conditioning didn't work continuously! Fortunately didn't need it during our stay as weather cooler so just opened window! Walk in shower. Clean with sachet supplies of shampoo/shower gel- ok. Room clean & adequate storage. Breakfast continental altho did have hot hot dog sausages & boiled eggs. Choice of corn flake & Coco pops. Rolls, croissant, bread for toast. Croissants & pastries. Cold meats/cheese, jams etc. Fresh fruit. Fresh juices. Coffee machine. No complaints with breakfast. Had few drinks in bar one evening, prices ok. Reception staff were ok, no complaints. If you pleasant with them they pleasant back. Bit of a hill to walk to nearest bus stop to get into Rome central (25-35 minutes) very frequent. Hotel supplied us with travel map, with transport details on it. Chinese restaurant at top of hill & across road. Price ok, meals ok, but nothing special. Visited quite a few times a fabulous gelateria, near to top of hill on right side. Loads of different ice creams, cakes, coffee, cocktails etc. Staff very good, with a minimal limit on my Italian & there English we managed. Highly recommend! All in all our stay here was very pleasant. No complaints bar from air conditioning which as said due to weather & time of Year didn't need it. Thanks Collapse
Close to Metro, but poor service
Stay Date: 08/2017, riverwatchIN wrote this review.
Very poor air conditioning service even though it was extremely hot weather. Breakfast buffet was adequate. Bed comfortable, but room lacked in other areas. Front desk staff too busy with personal calls to offer much assistance.
Very poor air conditioning service even though it was extremely hot weather. Breakfast buffet was adequate. Bed comfortable, but room lacked in other areas. Front desk staff too busy with personal calls to offer much assistance. Collapse
Way outside of town, extremely hot in our room
Stay Date: 07/2017, ebh9095 wrote this review.
My sister and I were on a Europe trip, and we had been really happy with the places we stayed in Munich and Venice. Lodging in Rome was expensive, so we decided to stay a little less central to save some money. We thought this hotel was an easy ride … See more
My sister and I were on a Europe trip, and we had been really happy with the places we stayed in Munich and Venice. Lodging in Rome was expensive, so we decided to stay a little less central to save some money. We thought this hotel was an easy ride to historic Rome, but its actually very far from city center. 10 stops on the metro + a 15 minute walk to the metro station. Also we weren't a fan of the neighborhood, which seemed a little run down and sort of chaotic. We got a room on the 6th floor and turned the AC on several hours before we went to bed. It basically didn't work - just was blowing out lukewarm air. It was fine for a while but I woke up at 4am realizing that I should open the window. I am not kidding - I think it was 90 degrees in our room. The mattresses were also extremely firm. We left the next morning for an Airbnb. I honestly don't understand where the positive reviews are coming from. The main things going for it are it's inexpensive, fairly clean, and the bathroom was pretty nice. Cons: far away from the part of Rome people want to see (Spagna), no A/C in Rome in July, not a great neighborhood. Collapse
Good clean well stocked rooms but in need of changes elsewhere
Stay Date: 07/2017, deb s wrote this review.
Stayed 2 nights here as part of a 3 centre holiday. We arrived by metro (Cornelia stop) which is about a 15 minute walk to the hotel. This was a very unpleasant introduction to Rome. Filthy streets, overflowing communal bins on the walk down Via Gre… See more
Stayed 2 nights here as part of a 3 centre holiday. We arrived by metro (Cornelia stop) which is about a 15 minute walk to the hotel. This was a very unpleasant introduction to Rome. Filthy streets, overflowing communal bins on the walk down Via Gregorio X1. This is a residential area with the hotel at the bottom of the hill. Getting to the hotel we were pleasantly surprised. The chap on reception was helpful and welcoming and gave us a good map which showed the bus stop needed for Rome centre and other information. A very welcome touch. He also quickly responded to our request for extra pillows to be put in our room. The room was large with a good sized wardrobe. There was only 2 plug sockets to charge items and no wifi at all in the hotel. I am astounded that a so called 4 star had no free wifi. The bed was hard but big. The room was clean and the bathroom adequate with toiletries provided. OK they were sachets not bottles of shower stuff but we were perfectly happy with that. Towels changed daily. We have to say that the breakfast options were awful. I don't count a choice of coco pops or cheap cornflakes an adequate cereal offer, The hot drinks were so weak that I had to have tea only because it was in a sachet so I knew how strong it would be. The other breakfast options were equally poor. This is a 3 star at best for these sorts of food offers. We really can't believe a 4 star hotel in Rome would offer this (certainly the other 2 hotels we stayed in had better choices). The thing that really lets this hotel down is the awful attitude of the staff in the breakfast room. The men were stern, throwing down 'reserved' mats and actually ignoring guests who asked for additional place settings, until they were ready to get around to it. Smile please. They were grumpy looking and slow. Maybe they are not happy working in this job and serving the poor breakfasts but it sets a very bad experience for the guests. People have said that the 6 Euro tax is high. I can only compare to the hotels I stayed in in Mestre and Florence. They were better all round (both also 4 star) and both charged less tax. I don't actually think this hotel is that central to Rome. There was a metro strike on when we were there and after waiting for ages for a bus and being squashed for a busy journey into Rome I didn't feel it was very central at all. The choice of local restaurants was appalling so we ate in Rome itself on the second day. If you can afford to get somewhere more central then I would. Collapse
handy for sightseeing.
Stay Date: 07/2017, margaretf513 wrote this review.
Although we found it initially hard to find, this was a very handy place, a short walk to the bus or metro, for seeing the sights in Rome. Breakfast was adequate, but many of the choices were sweet and being diabetic, I did not have a great deal of c… See more
Although we found it initially hard to find, this was a very handy place, a short walk to the bus or metro, for seeing the sights in Rome. Breakfast was adequate, but many of the choices were sweet and being diabetic, I did not have a great deal of choice. Collapse
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