BEST WESTERN Cinemusic Hotel,  Rome

4.0/5  - based on 476 guest reviews.
Via Tuscolana 128, 00182, Rome, Italy - See map
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The BEST WESTERN Cinemusic Hotel, located in San Giovanni, one of the oldest districts in Rome, not far from the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the Colosseum and Piazza Re di Roma, is a charming palace of the early '900 environments characterized by sophisticated and design in the heart of the capital city of Rome. Thanks to its proximity to Metro King of Rome and Tuscolana Station from Cinemusic Hotel you can easily reach all the most famous places of Rome, the airports and the Fair of Rome. The contemporary style, the elegant atmosphere, the functional and efficient spaces, the professionalism of the staff, a roof-garden with an hot tub, a solarium, an Internet point and free Wi-fi make this 4 star an innovative and comfortable hotel in Rome. Enjoy your stay!

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  • 5
    « Nieces 21st Birthday Celebration »

    This hotel is situated in a quiet area a short taxi, metro ride from the centre (15-20 Euros in a taxi). The concierge are extremely helpful, nothing is too much trouble for them. The continental breakfast was varied and plentiful. The catering staff surprised us with a birthday cake (tiramisu) on the morning of my nieces birthday. Such a lovely thought and memory for us all.

    4
    « Rome trip »

    Clean hotel in a prime position to access the many wonders of Rome. Metro station 5 min walk away. A few shops and restaurants within walk of hotel. Very quiet in hotel while we were there. Breakfast always served with a smile.

    5
    « Great hotel in a safe area while visiting Rome! »

    The Best Western Cinemusic Hotel was a clean and friendly hotel with nice décor. The staff gave us a great city map and showed us where the metro and bust stops were located. The hotel is located a little outside of all the major sightseeing places but using the metro gets you everywhere you need to go within 5 to 15 minutes. The room was average in size for Europe with a comfortable king size bed and our room was very quiet at night with no road noise. The hotel serves a great breakfast for a very small charge which is worth having every morning. We would stay here again for sure!

    4
    « Very nice stay »

    The hotel is situated in a good location to get to central Rome by public transport and to and from the airport by train. The reception staff. especially one man, are very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is very good value at Euro 4 per person. Room was nice. Overall, very good.

    4
    « Lovely hotel in quieter area »

    The cinemusic hotel is in a great location, away from all the noise of the centre of room but still very easy access to the Colosseum and many other attractions, you just get the metro everywhere, very easy to navigate. I came here on a surprise trip with my boyfriend for my birthday for 5 days, it was wonderful. When we got to the hotel they were very helpful with my boyfriend, helping him find a restaurant to take me too on my birthday! And they gave us maps of rome which were also helpful. The room was small but very well kept and clean and we had a balcony but we were out and about so much we didn't use it very much. We had breakfast included in our stay which was good, a few options but not an incredibly large spread. For the value of the hotel, everything is brilliant. In hindsight it would have been nice if we could have used the hot tub on the roof for a bit longer, they give you a coin and you are only allowed to use it once. Would recommend staying here if you have come to rome to explore and will be spending most of your time out and about like we did, but then come home in the evening to a lovely little hotel which is quiet in the evening.

    5
    « Outstanding price/quality ratio, friendly staff, close to metro »

    Basic hotel, modern style. Very friendly and helpful staff. Breakfast cheap and many choices for that price. I had a room with bathroom that was equipped for wheelchairs. Bed was a little hard to my liking, but that's of course a personal thing. Clean. Nice roof terras. Close (350 mtr) to metro and busses. In vicinity of San Giovanni in Laterano(1,5 km).

    3
    « mixed feelings »

    so, this hotel is best described as a mom & pop boutique hotel. it has quirky designs in the rooms and just 1 person, at a time, who is the front desk, the concierge, the valet and reservations. there are 3 men who work the front desk - 2 speak English very well, go above and beyond to help you, and are polite and kind - and 1 who is the complete opposite. there are two ladies who handle the breakfast service who are so sweet. and the maids are very thorough in their cleaning. the rooms are small and remind me of a youth hostel. the smallest rooms are really made for an intimate couple and nothing else. i gave this hotel an average score rather than a very good because, unfortunately, we had to deal with that 3rd front desk guy the majority of the 2 weeks we stayed there. he made our stay quite a painful one.

    4
    « Good experience »

    We arrived early so our bags had to be locked in a secure room before check-in. No problems when we came back, check-in was easy. Hotel in good location, about 20-25 minute walk from the colosseum. Rooms were small but clean. Free Wifi and English news channels. Would recommend for a short stay in Rome. Don't forget to vote helpful if this review helped you.

    4
    « Decent hotel and good location »

    On arrival the hotel appeared clean and we were checked in fast! Shown to the lift and found our room on the second floor. The room was a decent size the bed was comfortable and it had all the things you would expect, including a safe! The bathroom was of a good size and the toiletries provided were of good quality. Shower was good and easy to use. All very clean ?? The downfall of this hotel was that the bat never appeared to be open, it looked a lovely place to sit and relax but there was never anyone around to serve you! I can't comment on the breakfast as we did not have this on our stay! Would recommend this hotel as a good base. Just over half hour walk to the colosseum which on a nice warm sunny day is very enjoyable. Lots of lovely little restaurants and pastry shops around too for when your hungry.

    3
    « Very mixed experience »

    The hotel itself was lovely. The room was smallish but big enough considering you don't stay in the room that much in rome! The terrace was a nice addition Bathroom was nice and well equipped, it was clean, breakfast was good and great value and its about a 5-10 minute walk to metro and then 10 minutes on the metro to the centre of rome. Overall we are pleased we stayed here as it offered really good value for money. What really let it down for us was the staff. We wanted a drink at the bar one night so went down and there was nobody there to serve us, we were told mixed messages about how we should arrange a taxi to the airport (ask to book at the hotel if you need to). But what really spoilt it was the noises from the downstairs room which sounded like someone moving furniture. Called reception to be told he didn't know what he could do as he was on his own so we didn't get very much sleep. I would recommend just not room 205!

  • 4
    « Very good »

    We stayed here for 3 nights prior to going on a cruise. We really liked this hotel due mainly to its decor and location. We were room only but it was easy to find somewhere nearby for a light breakfast. We also had excellent evening meals in two nearby restaurants. The staff could not have been friendlier or more helpful. The only reason for not giving 5 stars is because the bar was never open! The decor was lovely and it would have been great to sit there in the evening with a drink. However we would not hesitate to recommend this hotel.

    3
    « Short Break to Rome »

    The hotel was clean but unfortunately the rooms were tiny. We booked a room for 3 adults and the 3rd bed was a camp bed - not really acceptable when all adults paid full price. Far too small for 3 people and just about big enough for two average sized adults. If you're on the large size you will struggle to move around the room comfortably. Rooftop Jacuzzi was good and the breakfast was ok - staff were pleasant enough. Would I book again ? well its a no from me. There are much better hotels.

    4
    « Good value, good transport links »

    The rooms looked modern and clean and the air conditioning was very effective. Wifi was a little slow, but that's probably to be expected in a hotel, but the good news is that it is free. The bathroom was a little unconventional in my twin room. Sliding doors you can not lock for the toilet, and the shower opens directly onto the room with no privacy at all. The layout of the hotel was a little confusing, and when I arrived at midnight I was struggling to understand the signage on the first floor. In order to get to the rooms you need to travel from the stairs, through the bar and up another small staircase to find rooms 102 and up. From what I used the service at the front desk seemed to be good. I did not use the rest of the hotel amenities so I can't comment on them. In summary, the hotel was very good value for the price I paid for it. The CineMusic hotel might be a little bit out of the way, but Re di Roma Metro station is a very short walk away which will get you to most of the tourist sights very quickly. The hotel is also close to Roma Tuscolana station where you can catch a train to the airport. You need to cross a few roads to get there, but it's much easier than braving the Metro at Termini with all your luggage. It's not that easy to find as it is a bit hidden away, look for the StarOil petrol station on the other side of the road and you will know you are nearby.

    4
    « Modern, bright hotel and freindly staff »

    Had requested balcony room for anniversary celebrations and 50th birthdays, said they would try accomadate us, if not booked , but balcony rooms were empty and hadn't . As a smoker had to go each time outside the building day + night. Next door to firestation but want too bad noise wise. Turn to left to go to shops, to avoid Hill if you right it's a longer walk and steep hill. Hotel bright and clean, staff very helpfull with sight seeing and bus routes etc.

    4
    « Quick trip »

    The only problem we had with this hotel is that it didn't have any parking. But maybe that is typical with European hotels that are downtown. It was in walking distance of many places and quick access to the bus lines.

    5
    « Perfect for a short break »

    We booked a short weekend stay in Rome and picked CineMusic Hotel mainly for the price and the location. The hotel is a short walk from a metro station, which meant we could easily see all of Rome at our convenience. The room was better than I had expected, and the staff were so lovely and helpful. I would recommend to anyone thinking of going to Rome on a budget, this was perfect.

    5
    « Great Hotel and Friendly Staff »

    We stayed here as a family for a week in July 2016. The hotel is very nice and clean and the staff are very friendly and helpful. One of our party was ill and they could not have been better. Only downside is the bar is rarely open although if you ask at reception they are happy to get you drinks on request. Overall a great experience. Metro is approx 200 yards away and bus stop about 500 yards so easy to connect to public transport.

    4
    « Lovely Hotel.. Would Recommend »

    Stayed here for 6 days for my Mums 60th Birthday. On arrival Check In was simple and the receptionist gave us a map and information about local restaurants and how to get to the train station for our trip to Florence. He was very helpful! When we got to our room we realized we forgot to pack the European plugs, then realised the hotel supply them free of charge! It was also a nice change to have free use of the safe as well, this was a big plus for us! Our room was spotless and beautifully decorated. The bed was really comfy and we had two pillows as standard which was also great for us! The air con was brilliant and kept the room nice and cool. We also had a balcony door which let lots of air in too. The shower was powerful and hot and again decorated beautifully. Breakfast was nice each morning, three types of cereal, bread and toaster, fresh fruit and cheese/ham/salami. There was also scrambled and boiled eggs each morning. It was what you would expect to find in a typical continental breakfast. It was all fresh and regularly replensihed. The waitress at breakfast was very friendly and always greeted us with a smile. We used the jacuzzi on the fourth floor - this was brilliant! Perfect after long days of walking. The area is well maintained and looks great. 4 euro for tokens were good value, we only needed a couple of these so it was a bargain! This facility isn't something you would find in the centre of Rome which is one of the reasons why we chose this hotel. It was set back from the road and offered a more quiet setting to that in the centre. It is a 5-10 minute walk to the metro station (Re Di Roma) and this connects you to Termini which is the stop for the main train station. You can also get to the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, Collusium and the Vatican using the Metro. There are single tickets, day tickets and weekly tickets to chose from. Trains are every 5 mins so it is easy to get around Don't be put off by this hotel not being central, it offers everything one could require whilst in Rome and offers a fantastic service by staff. This is a long review, but I felt as if I had a lack of information prior to my stay to want to help others who are also a little wary or confused about it.

    4
    « Lovely hotel »

    We have just returned from a 4 day visit to Rome staying in Cinemusic hotel. The hotel was very nice + the staff very helpful + friendly. They were able to answer any questions that we had. The room was well equipped + housekeeping kept it very clean. I decided to pay to upgrade the room to a room with balcony, the only negative I have on this is that it wasn't a secluded balcony with only a hedge separating the rooms. I wasn't too impressed with the surrounding area however this has no bearing on the hotel. Definitely worth a visit.

    4
    « Cinemusic Hotel Rome »

    First impressions were a lovely clean smelling reception area and friendly, helpful receptionist. Contemporary decor with music and film theme. Due to flight and transfer delays, we arrived at 11pm so not much was open locally for food. We just made the most of the mini bar and vending machine in the bar. Room was small but ideal for our city break. Free WiFi access and air con. We frequently stopped off at the hotel bar but it never seemed open. Such a shame as it is beautifully decorated. The breakfast room on 3rd floor was too hot for us and put us off eating in the morning. Continental breakfast as you would expect, but not a great variety on offer. Warm Nutella, some fresh fruit although not replenished. Very hard boiled eggs and mediocre coffee from a machine. Poor selection of cereals. Staff friendly though. We didn't use the hot tub on the 4th floor as we didn't have time, but saw that there is a 4 euros charge payable at reception in exchange for a token. Overall a nice hotel and handy for Ri de Roma Metro station which is a quick way of reaching the city centre. Towels changed daily and bed made up. Hairdryer in bathroom over heated! Tourist tax is currently 6 euros per person per night payable when checking out.

  • 4
    « Decent value of money »

    Got this hotel through a secret deal on Agoda (which lists the area of the hotel and amenities but not the name) which didn't really get me any reduction in the average price this place charges, so was unhappy about getting a crappy deal. But on the upside, the place was nice and we were upgraded since rooms weren't available. It has a nice, quiet location which is a 10 minute walk from Re Di Roma metro station and Tuscolana train station. Best & shortest way to get here from the airport is to take the airport train to Tuscolana station for 8 euros. Friendly staff, good infrastructure in the room but a little small in size.

    5
    « Worth staying there out of the old town »

    A lovely hotel featured with movie and music. Room facilities were alright for those who look for value for money. Location is convenient - 5 mins from a train station where regional train departs for the airport every 30 mins and close to a metro station. For sure I will stay at this hotel again when I come back to Rome.

    5
    « Great place to stay »

    Although we were only there a couple of nights before moving on to the countryside, we had a great stay. Nice and quite and and close to the Metro. Only a few stops into central Rome. Some great place to eat nearyby. Breakfast was great and the staff were always helpful.

    4
    « Nice establishment »

    Great little hotel that you could miss as its set back from the road. Nice n clean.hotel with friendly staff who made the trip that more enjoyable. Easy access to the metro which takes u into the main part of rome to connect to all the main attractions ( easy tp navigate too) its worth the stay. The rpoms have a safe n fridge to store necessities.

    4
    « Nice, small asd cozy place »

    Stayed there 4 nights in June and were very happy. Place has like 24 rooms so its quite small but that makes it quite cozy. Staff is friendly. We arrived late in the evening and wanted to eat something and the guy in the reception told us where to get food so late. Also everytime you go out or come in he said hello, and so did the waitress in breakfast too. Halls can be a bit confusing, easiest is to move with the lift :D Hotel has a bar, which we didnt try, but it doesnt have a restaurant. If you want to eat in the hotel you have to get the food from somewhere else or ask the reception to order it from some restaurant they have a deal with. Hotel has a JACUZZI and some sunbeds on the roof, so if you have a spare day or need some rest from walking i recommend you head there with something to drink! Jacuzzi is free but if you want some bubbles you need to get tokens from reception. First is free and then the cost is 4e/15min. There is also shower and toilet on the roof, so you dont need to got to your room. Its good idea to have cash on you when you go buy food or stuff from nearby stores, some dont accept credit cards!

    3
    « Review of Cinemusic Hotel in Rome »

    Recently stayed 6 nights at this friendly hotel. Staff are friendly however Bezel who assisted with breakfast was a first class star - she made us lovely coffee in the morning, fresh not from the machine, tasted wonderful! Room was roomy, beds firm along with pillows, air conditioning good and bathroom and extras was lovely including slippers! Was a wee bit of a trek to the city centre (the coliseum) lots of lovely wee restaurants nearby and very cheap - pizza 6 euros and a bottle of wine 8 euros. Overall we enjoyed the hotel, but would stay a bit closer to the city next time we visit! Lovely patio area to sit and read your book, very peaceful. There is a bar in the hotel however we checked it out a few times, but there was no one in!

    4
    « Loved it »

    My partner and I stayed here for a week in early May and really enjoyed it. The staff were very helpful and always pleasant. The hotel is ideally situated for easy access to Rome city centre via the nearby subway station and far enough away from the hustle and bustle to relax and get a good night sleep. The room was small but perfectly formed and had everything we needed inc free wifi. The roof top hot tub was amazing, we spent a couple of hours in there most nights relaxing after lots of walking ( there is so much to see in Rome) through the day) and watching the sunset. We were lucky enough to have it to ourselves every time so it was very romantic. The breakfast was ok for me but my other half was craving a cooked breakfast by the end of the holiday (hence the 4 instead of 5). I would definitely recommend this hotel if staying in Rome and buying a weeks subway pass (€24 per person) as this will get you to all of the top visitor attractions in minutes. Tip: the bar prices aren't too bad but if you nip round the corner to any of the shops the bottles of peroni are half the price!

    3
    « Quiet hotel out of the way »

    We stayed her for a week at the end of May 2016. We got a taxi here from FCO airport as we wern't 100% sure on where it was situated which cost us 65euro. Not cheap but we probably wouldn't of found it otheriwse. The hotel itself was really nice and clean. Our room was on the second floor and was again really nice and clean. it was a the smaller side but it didn't bother us. We had read quite a few reviews on here prior to going about the toilet situation, mainly that people were not happy that it had now 'proper door only a sliding glass door' this was the case in our room but to be honest, as a couple it really didn't bother us. As we had gone to Rome for a friends wedding which was taking place next to the coliseum and most of the other guests were also staying local to the venue we thought we'd have a walk to try and find them.....it was definitely a walk! it took us around 45-60 mins to get there (granted we did take a wrong turn) but from then on we took a taxi to the coliseum (10euro in a white cab). It's quite far from most sites and we ending up getting taxi's to them all. (*TIP* if you can, walk to a taxi rank rather than getting the hotel to book one for you as they add on around 4-5euro for being called!) We had added on the breakfast just before we flew out to save trying to find somewhere each morning. Even though it is only 4euro per person per day it wasn't much of a choice so we ended up missing a few days anyway! The hot tub on the roof terrace you have to pay for and it doesn't look appealing regardless. We did have an hour sitting up on the terrace but there were some maintenance men around so we left as it didn't feel like we could stay up there which was a shame. There isn't much to do locally to the hotel, we had to venture to some of the main attractions of the city (Coliseum, Trevi fountain etc) to get food and bars etc All in all, the hotel was really lovely and I would stay again, I just wouldn't book the breakfast next time! =)

    4
    « Lovely stay »

    We stayed here with my boyfriend for 3nights,1night in a suite:) It was great,loved it!!they have jacuzzi on the top floor,where you can relax after walking! The staff very helpful and nice,the hotel is very clean and modern,the location is good too ! There is breakfast for only 4euro,good value. In total everything was great,only the wifi wasn't working well! I would highly recommend this place!!!

    4
    « Small property, meets most needs... »

    Small compact hotel especially if you get a good price. Rooms are small and basic. Breakfast was good and in a good setting especially if you are in the solarium area. Helpful staff, speak decent English, must say, not so common in Rome! Rooms are quite small and please order for the tea coffee maker separately.

  • 5
    « Definitely Worth A Visit »

    Stayed in the Cinemusic for three nights at the end of March and would definitely return. The hotel is clean and well appointed with friendly helpful staff. The rooms have wall safe, fridge, television( very restricted English language channels) and free wifi, beds are comfortable and towels changed daily. Unfortunately the room toilets are rather peculiar ----- glass sliding doors separate the toilet from the bedroom and do not really offer privacy. Breakfast is buffet style and by Italian standards excellent ---- eat as much as you like and a choice of meats, cheese, boiled eggs all regularly replenished. The hotel does not serve dinner. The hotel is close to one of the main shopping areas of Rome about five to ten minutes walk and is handy for Metro and Bus. The Forum and Colosseum are about twenty minutes walk away.

    4
    « Sebastiano and all staff were excellent hosts and went the extra mile for us. »

    Our room was well appointed and well maintained, but a wraparound curtain on the shower would've helped with confining the water to that area during use and a small 6" high movable platform at the toilet would've done wonders for the ergonomics as our legs were dangling as opposed to being firmly planted. This room, to be fair, was quite disabled friendly with plenty of bars to grab onto where needed in those areas. Bed was quite firm and sleep came readily. Breakfast had many and varied items to choose from and many variations of coffee as well. Location provided quiet nights while within a short walk from both buses and Metro as well as restaurants. We would go back again on a future visit.

    4
    « Lovely »

    The hotel was very clean and very modern. We had no problems at all whilst here. Only downfall would be that there's not really any privacy In the bathrooms, I didn't like getting a shower with no door or cover. The bar never seemed to be open but the breakfast was nice- the staff were very friendly! Would of liked to use the hot tub but not open until it gets warmer. Very close to metro which is a bonus. We enjoyed our stay thank you. Just wish more was going on at the hotel such as bar being open, but this may be due to time of year that we went.

    5
    « Lovely staff, lovely location and overall a great hotel »

    Me and my friend stayed in a twin room for 7 nights at this hotel. We would definitely go back as it was lovely :-) The staff were friendly and were able to help with our questions and even assisted us with booking our taxi back to the airport. The hotel is not in the centre of all the main historical sights but is tucked away in a friendly neighbourhood. It is a short 5 minute walk to the Re di Roma Metro stop which gets you to the colosseum within about 10minutes. There are many local restaurants, bars and some super markets near by, so all you need is just a short walk away. Our room was on the 1st floor, was very clean and had a lovely terrace area. Breakfast at the hotel is a buffet consisting of locally sourced foods and the golden thing to find in Rome 'English breakfast tea' :-) It is a snippet at just €4 each a day. At the moment tourist tax is €6 each a night but this is much cheaper than a lot of other hotels we looked at and along with the price for the hotel stay itself it was a bargain. From April onwards they have a rooftop area that is open with a jacuzzi. Overall we had a fantastic stay and would definitely recommend it to friends going on holiday together or couples. We have just one suggestion which is, would be possible to put tea and coffee making facilities in the rooms as we did miss this? Thank you to all of the lovely staff who made us feel so welcome :-)

    2
    « Mediocre hotel - definitely not a 4 stars hotel. »

    All in all the hotel got two stars since the staff were really nice and helpful. the facilities are hardly one star by my rating. We arrived at the hotel with high expectations due to the fact that this is a Best Western hotel and it's rated as a four star hotel. The rooms are quite small but are sufficient. In our first room the bed was aweful - we felt each spring in the matress individually and it was painfull to sleep (we got up with aching backs). After complaints, the staff (which were friendly, nice and helpfull) have upgraded our room and gave us a room with a round bed which was way better BUT in our new room the bathroom and toilet were open and had no door (!!!) - the toilet had a sliding door made from glass which did not block and noise or smell (and my girlfriend and I had to exit the room when the other was using). All in all I would not stay there again.

    4
    « Excellent for a short stay »

    Six of us booked for the rugby international so only needed two nights. Very clean rooms if a little small but staff very good. Continental breakfast of cold meats, cereals & pastries was excellent. Good transport links with the metro stop a few hundred metres away.

    5
    « super clean, pleasant enviroment and frendly staff »

    As a couple, we visited Rome in January and I accept that being low-season and not full they could do that, but on arrival I have asked to see the room allocated and if possible another with a king bed, besides the twin room I had booked and the hotel staff was more that happy to oblige and give us the choice of 2 different rooms. Room was quiet, comfortable on the second floor sandwiched between a very pleasant and quiet bar and the restaurant above. There is also a swimming pool with jacuzzi available from April. Close to facilities, short walk to a pharmacy, nice bars and a multitude of restaurants (fine and trattorias) for all budgets. Really delighted with the hotel, service and pleasantness of staff, as well as the location in the San Giovanni quarter. A particular thank you to Alessandro - one of the receptionists.

    4
    « Modern and comfortable staying »

    My husband and I visit Rome for vacations and stayed in this beautiful hotel. It is located near a subway station in LA Re di Roma where you can find a lot of places to eat and do nice shopping. The hotel is very modern. The rooms are big and comfortable. I do not give them 5 stars because the room smell like cigarette. Every morning we ate wonderful breakfast and the best capuccino ever. The staff is friendly and always willing to help. I strongly recommend this place for a nice staying. For sure we'll be back.

    5
    « Great Hotel. Recommended for all. »

    We stayed 3 nights at the hotel, the service was excellent, there was a man at the desk all the time, they fulfilled all of our requests and they signed and kept all of the packages we ordered. The food was excellent with great variety, The rooms are clean and comfortable. The location is great, just 5 minute from the metro station. Realy recommended for all, Ty.

    4
    « Near the subway, clean, good breakfast »

    It is near the subway, so reaching the historical center of Rome is easy and cheap. The price was fair and the rooms were clean. The breakfast was good. There was free wifi in the rooms and the reception. The pool could not be used, it was very dirty.

  • 4
    « Pretty Convenient Hotel »

    Good accommodation within travelling distance of rail and metro stations. Clean and ample space. On the negative side - the reception staff were not very fluent in English. Had a problem with accommodation on day of arrival. Instead of 5 rooms booked only 2 were allocated to a family of 10 adults! It took a lot convincing and phone calls to Thomas Cook in the UK to get this sorted. Apart from that we enjoyed the stay in Rome as the weather was brilliant

    5
    « CineMusic Hotel »

    Just enjoyed 3 nights at the CineMusic Hotel. Located around 10 minutes drive away from the Coliseum -(by bus). Just a few minutes walk to the nearest metro or bus stops. Hotel very clean with comfortable bedrooms. No restaurant, but the breakfast buffet was very good. All the staff were very friendly and extremely helpful.

    3
    « a little disappointed! »

    The location wasn't too great to start with . The only good thing is that is close to the metro. At the end we decided to take the taxi to every place we went to. Taxi fares from hotel were very expensive for some reason the meter started at : $8.60, I believe the front desk guy had a deal with the taxi drivers. Besides the fact this guy that is originally from the States wasn't too nice. I will definitely not recommend this hotel. Very disappointed !!!

    5
    « Good Service and good breakfast »

    We stayed at this hotel for three nights in October 2015. Its a small hotel outside of city but metro station is close by about 5min walk. Train station close by to/from the airport which will charge you 8Euro per person. Hotel sells ticket for this train. We walked to colosseum and it took us about 30min, of course we had our baby in stroller so thats why it took few minutes extra. Hotel is quite and close to police station so we felt safe at night to walk to hotel. Room, bedding and bathroom all were nice and clean. Breakfast was very good. It had different kinds bread, cakes, coffee, tea, juice, cold cut with veggies, cheese, jam,fresh fruits, scrambled egg, boiled egg and yogurts. Their staff Sysilia and Bansyl served breakfast with big smile. They fulfilled all requests from my two years old daughter which was very very nice of them. They asked if my daughter would like milk with chocolate. They kept feeling all the trays and lots of food. These staffs made us very welcome. Alexander was at the desk and he explained everything on our first day of arrival about the area, restaurants, tourist attractions and how to get there. With this positive experience and convenient to metro station, I would definitely go back and stay at this hotel.

    4
    « Our minimoon (British needs easy access to tea) »

    Came to this hotel for our minimoon. Lovely hotel we was in room 110 lovely size and I fell in love with the jacuZzi bath. We got a bit lost finding the hotel (come out via vercelli) walk straight. Get to a road. Cross it and walk straight its then on your right. Five minutes walk if you don't turn down a random street like we did. Don't be afraid to ask reception questions or recommendations for meals. We went to a place recommended and I can not stop talking about the food (can't remember name but reception will give you google map and its 'H'). Beds comfy and big enough. Breakfast lovely!! Always replenishing and I must say I miss doughnuts for breakfast. Only problem was lack of tea and coffee in room. We asked for this and got a kettle but only 2 tea bags and not sure if they have milk pots as we had to ask for a jug of milk so too much hassle and didn't bother again. Would recommend to friends as good value and location

    5
    « Perfect minimoon! »

    I booked a suite for our minimoon after we got married this weekend. The suite was fabulous including a round bed (groovy baby) which was surprisingly comfy and a jacuzzi bath. I now need one of these! Staff were great and couldn't do enough to help out, extending our checkout time and looking after our bags. Breakfast was brilliant and included local cheese and salami, as well as the usual cereals etc. The location was outside the city wall, meaning it was away from the usual tourists - nice and peaceful. We walked to the colloseo though, it was only about 20 ish minutes. It was however only 5 minutes from the metro Ri de Roma so if you dont want to walk there is another option. The hotel recommend several nearby restaurants which were excellent. I look forward to returning.

    4
    « Relaxing, welcoming and nice food »

    I came here with my girlfriend for a week and a half in august for our first holiday together in Rome. The hotel is at first quite strange- very quiet and had very few people staying. But it proved to be a really peaceful retreat from the hectic metropolis of Rome. The hotel staff were welcoming and really helpful; fast room service and great tourist information. They would book taxis for us as well which was good because ordering a taxi in Rome is extremely awkward. We had trouble getting though to an actual taxi company and even when we got through to one we weren't sure if and when our taxi would arrive. Booking through the hotel reception was far easier! The breakfast was amazing: fresh salami, Parmaham, crusty bread, pancetta, cheese, fresh juice and coffee every morning. I have seen reviews saying they do not replenish the food throughout the morning and this is just not true. They do top the food up but obviously sometimes they do still run out. Get there early if you can but it's not essential. The jacuzzi on the roof was awesome because it's peaceful and relaxing, there's nothing better than a cold jacuzzi after a stressful and boiling hot day walking around the city. The only downside is a lot of pigeons land by the pool to drink from it and there'd be a build up of feathers and stuff In the water. Would be nice if it was cleaned more often. I'd say the hotel was a nice place to stay, quote a distance away from the city centre but with re Di roma metro just round the corner and lots of great restaurants (all very affordable at that!) And ice cream shops. Great place to visit but probably not ideal for kids!

    5
    « Great service, lovely room and sun terrace. »

    Just returned from our long weekend in Rome, had an amazing time in the Eternal City. Not least of which was our stay in this fab hotel, from when we arrived and were greeted by Sebastiano at reception till we left in the taxi arranged by him to take us back to the airport, we experienced great friendly service, nothing was too much trouble and advice was given with a smile! Sebastiano is an asset to the hotel. The rooms were next door to each other (204 &205) which was a bonus in the evenings as we could sit out together on the sun terrace and enjoy the sunshine as it disappeared for the day. The room was clean, good quality bed and linens, fab bathroom with hot power shower, not that we needed the hot water particularly as it was around 30deg when we were there! Breakfast served upstairs in a beautiful room leading into a big terrace with shade and rattan furniture, a lovely way to start the day, food was plentiful and varied, only slight problem was the toaster only toasted one slice of bread at a time, took a while but easily rectified with a four slice toaster. Friendly member of staff, greeted us each morning and wished us a safe trip home on last day. Wifi, once connected worked fine, safe in our room and small fridge (mini bar chargeable but reasonable) were useful, especially as we were able to put our own soft drinks in the fridge! Also hot tub and sunbathing area on the upper floor terrace looked great we just didn't get the time to use them. Close to Re di Roma metro station, where we discovered some bars and restaurants and a great park in the middle of the roundabout to sit and enjoy a gelato. Would recommend this hotel highly and would definitely return.

    5
    « Excellent hotel »

    Just came back from our long weekend in Rome to celebrate our wedding anniversary. The hotel was excellent, and the staff so friendly and helpful nothing was too much trouble. Great breakfast and facilities, the location is close to the metro. They upgraded us to the suite and gave us a bottle of champagne to celebrate. Would recommend this hotel if your staying in Rome.

    5
    « Delightful experience »

    Just back from a stay in the hotel from the minute we arrived until we left we felt so at home. Receptionists ten out of ten Jesse always ready to help with anything ten out of ten Benzal and her colleague always smiling and great at feeding us ten as well To the lovely ladies who kept the hotel spotlessly clean another ten All in all a great find in such a big city we will be back again

 

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·From: South. Exiting the highway, take the Grande raccordo Anulare (G. R. A. ) and get off at exit 23 Appio-San Giovanni and follow the directions for downtown to piazza Re di Roma. From here, take Largo Vercelli and continue down via Vercelli. At the end of via Vercelli, you'll see via Tuscolana, where BEST WESTERN CineMusic Hotel is located at number 129. ·From: North. Get off the highway and take the Grande raccordo Anulare (G. R. A. ). Take exit 14 Tangenziale est Roma centro. Continue along the Tangenziale towards Porta Maggiore-San Giovanni and follow the directions for piazza Re di Roma. From here, take Largo Vercelli and continue down via Vercelli. At the end of via Vercelli, you'll...

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