3.6 on October 18, 2010
I had a wonderful stay at Domus Victoria Hotel. It is located in a very centric area of Rome. I would recomend it to anyone travelling to the city to do all the sightseing you can. Thank you Sandra and Elena!!!
4.0 on October 29, 2008
Great place in a really handy (but not touristy) location. Flavia and Marco were wonderful and incredibly helpful. There isn't a main reception as you'd get in a "normal" hotel, but this didn't affect us at all as we'd done our own research, and Flavia and Marco were happy to give us any information that we needed when they were there. The breakfast was basic but sufficient and kept us going til mid-afternoon. The only possible negative that I can think of is that you could hear anything going on in the hallway (e.g. breakfast being delivered to another room, people coming and going) very loudly which made a long lie-in very difficult. But then you probably wouldn't want to do that anyway and waste your day. Other guests seemed to generally be very considerate of noise as a result which was much appreciated. Other noise was very limited though - nothing from the other rooms, street, nearby neighbours etc (and I'm super-sensitive to noise). Our room looked out onto a charming courtyard with local Roman residences - think birdcages on balconies, authentic locals. Wonderful. The hotel was easy to find, with parking on the street (a rarity in Rome), one of the tourist buses stopped very nearby, and there were a couple of great little pizzerias within a couple of mins walk. It's also only a 5-10 min walk from the Coliseum where we ate a couple of times in the evening, right next to it all lit up - stunning. Overall, excellent value for Rome, great location, fairly frill free but in a good condition, and super staff. Thumbs up.