UNA Hotel Roma

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Giovanni Amendola 57, Rome, 00185, Italy

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    Affordable and convenient hotel in Rome

    by

    We stayed in Una Hotel Roma for 3 nights in a triple room. We picked this hotel because we want somewhere more centrally located but cost under $100 per person. Other hotels we looked at in this price range tend to be older or smaller hotels. Since we had to travel by train, we decided to pick a hotel closer to the train station. An added benefit is that there are cheap transportation from the airport to the train station.

    The hotel is located 1 block from Stazione Termini on a quiet street (about 5 minutes walk, even with luggage). We haven't wandered around the neighbourhood much, though we seem to be on the "nicer" side of the train station. We felt very safe walking to the hotel at any time of the day. The hotel itself was pretty new, so the decor is pretty clean and modern. The triple room we had was pretty large for European standards and can fit 3 beds nicely with lots of room for our luggage. Our general impression is that the place was very nice and clean and the staff were quite friendly. Breakfast was included in the room rate and the spread was pretty good.

    More on the location - the metro stop is right next to the train station, so it is also convenient to get around the city. There is also a shopping mall inside the train station and we were able to get groceries easily. I think the supermarket (Conrad's) is open from 7am to 10pm.

    All in all, if you're looking for a hotel in the $100 pp range in a convenient location, this is a pretty decent choice.

    Unique Quality: Great location. Good breakfast. Pretty good value for money.

    Directions: 1 block from Stazione Termini

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Affordable and convenient hotel in Rome

by milliturtle about Una Hotel Roma

We stayed in Una Hotel Roma for 3 nights in a triple room. We picked this hotel because we want somewhere more centrally located but cost under $100 per person. Other hotels we looked at in this price range tend to be older or smaller hotels. Since we had to travel by train, we decided to pick a hotel closer to the train station. An added benefit is that there are cheap transportation from the airport to the train station.

The hotel is located 1 block from Stazione Termini on a quiet street (about 5 minutes walk, even with luggage). We haven't wandered around the neighbourhood much, though we seem to be on the "nicer" side of the train station. We felt very safe walking to the hotel at any time of the day. The hotel itself was pretty new, so the decor is pretty clean and modern. The triple room we had was pretty large for European standards and can fit 3 beds nicely with lots of room for our luggage. Our general impression is that the place was very nice and clean and the staff were quite friendly. Breakfast was included in the room rate and the spread was pretty good.

More on the location - the metro stop is right next to the train station, so it is also convenient to get around the city. There is also a shopping mall inside the train station and we were able to get groceries easily. I think the supermarket (Conrad's) is open from 7am to 10pm.

All in all, if you're looking for a hotel in the $100 pp range in a convenient location, this is a pretty decent choice. Great location. Good breakfast. Pretty good value for money.

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Leaving Bags at Termini?

by shirleymacrina

We will be leaving Rome on Friday, but would like to spend part of the day in town before heading to Ravenna in the early afternoon. Is it possible to rent a locker for our bags at the Termini? I have asked the hotel if we can leave them there, but have not heard back.

Re: Leaving Bags at Termini?

by qaminari

You shouldn't need to ask the hotel in advance, it's perfectly normal to leave bags for a few hours on the day you check out.
There are no lockers any more at Termini - unless of course something has changed recently! - but there is a left-luggage office (deposito bagagli).

Re: Leaving Bags at Termini?

by mccalpin

Yes and yes. It would be an odd hotel who would refuse you (and they should do it for free, even though you may tip someone), and there is a Left Luggage service at Termini, which charges you 3.80 euro per piece for 5 hours, then 0.60 euro per piece per hour after that up to 12 hours, then 0.20 euro per piece per hour after that. Note that as gaminari says, this service is not a locker, but a manned office. Also note that we have heard stories of the lines being sort of long at Termini to check your stuff in, because they screen your luggage before storing it (Italy had a rash of bombings in the 70s including a very bad one at Bologna's train station...which is why there are no lockers any more)...

Bill

Re: Leaving Bags at Termini?

by mccalpin

P.S., I hope you all enjoy Ravenna. Too many people never see it, and not only is it an attractive town by itself, but that it has art found nowhere else in Italy because of its history of being the capital of Italy during the Byzantine era.

P.P.S. look up 'bicycle' in the Ravenna forum - we just recently had an update on the ability for tourists to rent bicycles during the day in the city center - the center is quite flat - a very nice change from walking everywhere!

Bill

Re: Leaving Bags at Termini?

by ViajesdelMundo

Am not familiar with how much space is allocated at Termini, but when we wanted to use the Left Luggage in Naples, during a 6-hour layover, there were no spaces available, initially,and that was in May 2001. AFter a couple hours, one locker, sufficient for our bigger pieces came available, so we then set out for dinner nearby with our hand luggage in tow.
Probably the hotel would be a better bet, providing it is not too far away.

Another strategy, would be to go to Termini the evening before and possibly rent the space at that time, of course, depending upon the rates per hour/day, if the hotel is not conveniently located.

Travel Tips for Rome

Abruzzi National Park is...

by 10eke

Abruzzi National Park is located about 130 miles south of Rome. The terrain is mountainous and rugged. The park is still the home of bears and wolves. We only saw some less dangerous creatures: goats and deer. We only did a quick drive through one area of the park, roads are few but the scenery is plentiful.

Campo de' Fiori

by mjmarble about Campo de' Fiori

Good for hanging out, drinking, and people watching. There are a lot of bars, restaurants, and icecream places.
A statue of Giordano Bruno, a very severe-looking monk is in the center of the plaza. Its kind of interesting that this statue serves as a reminder that this is where they once burned heretics at the stake here. A little bit of irony considering some of the current happenings... Best drinking garb. Crawlin' shoes if you're ambitious....

Take away if short of budget

by go_AIR about -

Even if you're short of budget, you have to eat anyway right? But as anyone travelling in Italy knows, food is quite expensive. So my tip is take away! You'll save service charge, you don't have to drink (which you can have the same thing in affordable price in groceries) and you have the same decent food.

Where to eat it????
Improvise! You have many fontana in anywhere in the city, so just pick your spot there and bon appetit:)

Capitoline Museum

by aquatic

To me , firts of all, it is a home for Capitoline Venus!
But I found many sculptures and paintings I would return to every day...
Head of an Amazon: a fragment of statue made by Ephesus (actually for campetition) a great sculpturer at that time (444-430 BC).
Caravaggio "Good Luck" and "Saint John the Baptist"
Velazquez "Self-portrait"
Famous Hall of philosophers which began with the foundation of the museum and so on.

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