H10 Roma Città
What We Love
- A contemporary hotel in the Eternal City, with breakfast, a restaurant discount and a welcome drinkTaking in the Tiber views from the rooftop terrace
- Relaxing amid the hotel's elegant, modern decor
- Dining on gourmet Italian cuisine in Una Zero restaurant – and enjoying a discount
- Being located just a stone's throw from Rome's historic sights
What To Know
- The closest metro station – Basilica San Paolo – is more than a mile away, but the hotel offers complimentary shuttle service in and out of the city center
- The onsite wellness center has a Turkish bath
- Free WiFi works well
- Pets are welcome
Located in the Marconi neighborhood, H10 Roma Città is a stylish and contemporary hotel with rooftop views of the River Tiber. In an ancient and hectic city, it provides a tranquil and modern refuge of parquet floors, plush leather chairs and minimalist rooms, all close to the attractive medieval district of Trastevere.
The hotel offers guests a shuttle service to the central Piazza Venezia, and there are also excellent public transport links to all of the city’s major sites. H10 Roma Città boasts a top-floor relaxation area with an outdoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi and solarium with Tiber views, as well as a Turkish bath (steam room) and the option of rejuvenating spa treatments.
How to Get There
This is a lovely clean hotel with friendly staff. We stayed in a standard double room.
We stayed for four nights on our ‘mini-moon’ and were welcomed in our room with a bottle of Prosecco which was really kind.
The bar is great with nice cocktails and the staff are really friendly, with nothing ever being too much. The lobby is really relaxing and a nice place just to chill or wait for your taxi.
It is 40ish minute was to the city but we used taxis which were about €12 or jump bikes for a bit of fun! Trastevere station is a ten minute walk away. Receptionists booked us a taxi when we needed one and it was outside in a couple of minutes.
The rooms are spotless and are serviced well every day with fresh towels and toiletries. The bathroom is lovely and spacious as was the bath (with more than enough room for two!)
My reasons for not giving it 5 star is the lack of amenities in the room. There is not coffee making facilities or an iron, yet they charge €14 for breakfast and €12 to iron a dress! However, we did ask for an iron and they brought it up straight away. We got really good coffee and croissants from a little shop around the corner for €5!
Apart from this, it is definitely a four star hotel.
Myself and my husband stayed here for 4 nights. Room was really spacious and clean, you could hear a lot of noise in the corridors and above, but that is to do with the lack of consideration from other guests rather then the hotel. Check-in was quick and the room was ready before the stated time. Reception were really nice and very thorough on the info about Rome and their 10 euro taxi service, which sounded really good value for money. We already had bought a public transport pass to use on bus/metro/train for 18 euro for 3 days so we didn't use the taxi. We did get rudely awakened on our first night/morning with a 5am automated wake up call from the hotel which we didn't ask for. When asking them about it in the morning, they didn't know what had happened but also didn't apologise either!
Breakfast was plentiful and nice, bread was a little hard, but always felt full and satisfied upon leaving the hotel for a full day sightseeing.
The hotel is quite far away from Rome so you need to be prepared to leave ample time to get to any pre booked tours etc, if using the public transport system. It is 15 min walk to Trastavere station, or 5 minutes to Marconi area where the bus stops are. The 170 takes you right into Rome. They were never on time though, so please bear that in mind.
The hotel is in a quiet residential area and for people who are calling the area 'rough' in a few reviews, I think this is unfair. It's near a school, and people's homes and a bustling high street where you have plenty places to eat and drink, and I think it's a shame people didn't venture out of an evening like we did. It's like any City suburb, and we didn't feel unsafe at all.
This is a lovely hotel if you don't mind the long trek into the City centre and I think it's really good value for money.
This was a lovely hotel but in a very quiet residential area. Apparently, locals advised that it is a very student area and there are lots of local restaurants. I didn't venture out and used a taxi. The hotel offer a taxi service to get you in and out of the city for 10 Euros each way - not a trip you can walk easily.
Rooms were smart and very clean although they don't have tea/coffee making facilities, although there is a minibar, which is charged. Also, the room didn't have an iron/ironing board but these are requested from reception easily enough.
Reception staff were excellent - very kind, well mannered and always greeted with a smile! Most of them speak more than two or three languages with the usual Italian, English, French, German and Portuguese covered.
The UnoZeroUno restaurant is lovely - food was excellent and well priced. The bar snacks were also nice. The menu wasn't too fancy and would probably cover most needs. Was since to get a simple spaghetti in a tomato sauce! Breakfast was well stocked although not much choice for cereals - but as much fruit, pastries and cakes as you could want.
Rooftop pool was closed but was a lovely area to sit in the sun with plenty of deckchairs. It's quiet with rooftop views.
The gym is tiny - one cross trainer, one rower, one treadmill, one bike one multi-weight machine and one bench with a weight rack - maximum weight is 10kg. There are male and female toilets/shower attached to the gym but it's a singular shower and no towels are provided. I didn't use the spa.
I found the hotel a little noisy at times - the room doors slam, even if you're gentle. And i found that the walls sounded a little thin at times. Wasn't really a problem but could hear neighbours TV and murmur of conversation every now and again.
In all, a nice hotel and I would stay here again, but based on location, it would not be my first choice - although the hotel was really busy with business travellers and holiday makers.