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
On arriving it seemed strange having a four star hotel in a rough side of town,however the room was clean and spacious and some staff seemed ok. Unfortunately that’s as good as it gets. At $310 a night you would think the hotel would supply basic items like an iron, hair conditioner and bottle opener in the room, but no. Then for the three of us to swim in the tiny pool we had to spend $15 on swim caps, which no one wore, but apparently the policy is no cap, no swim (not a bad money maker for them, the hats would cost about 20cents!) Also beware of the €10 taxi to town they offer, as taxis will charge you another €18 euro plus baggage cost on top of the hotel €10. After phoning the hotel about this they could not care less and blamed the taxi company. You could do far better in town.
Stayed in this hotel for two night. In terms of the hotel, it is fine. Room bed is comfortable and the amenities are what you should expect. The staff is also very friendly.
->If you are interested in the hotel pool, make sure to bring a swim cap (man or woman) otherwise 3euros pay for one.
My rating (average) emanates from the quality of the neighborhood, thin glassed windows making you hear noises from outside and there is absolutely nothing to see around unless visiting a friend/colleague/work etc..
Hotel is fine, the nieghbourhood im not so sure. Have a nice stay!
Arrived at the hotel, and after a short 15 minute wait was given the key to the suite that we had booked.
Room was very big and spacious which we liked. But wasn’t as clean and things had marks etc which I would expect to have been taken care of due to the price that is charged. We also had the breakfast booked here, and being vegetarians, found there to be hardly any choice at all.
The in room jacuzzi when we filled it up had some black stuff coming out of the jets, so reception was notified and they advised us to try and re fill it and notify them again if it’s still happening. It was still happening and we told them, but the two ladies at reception didn’t seem too bothered and only gave us a €10 discount on the booking which wasn’t really acceptable due to the rate that we had booked and not being able to use the in room jacuzzi.
This hotel was a lovely find. Staff were very helpful and accommodating. It is in a neighborhood that is reasonable to walk to a variety of restaurants and shops. The hotel also over the motor for the taxis and is a little bit cheaper. Rooms are Lovely
The hotel was very nice, very clean and the room was great. The staff were very polite and helpful.
I had booked the hotel based on the fact it had a pool, it wasn’t very large but it was just right. We were told we had to wear swimming caps which we could buy for €3 absolutely fine, happy to oblige. However it seemed that we were almost alone in doing that nobody else wore a cap in the pool it was only €6 but it’s annoying. The pool area was relaxing but the bar was never open and the vending machine was empty so we took our own drinks up.
Breakfast was nice the fruit was very good. I didn’t have any of the hot food.
We had one evening meal in the hotel, the food was ok atmosphere was a bit weird we didn’t really feel very comfortable so just went back to our room.
We didn’t really sit in the bar area apart from one day when we were returning from a day in the city centre we had sandwiches which we wanted to eat outside but we were moved not by a rude waiter he just wasn’t pleasant we were told we had to eat in our room. We were going to order drinks but didn’t bother we just went to the shop and got some to take to the room.
The location of the hotel was fine close to the bus stop and the bus comes very regularly. The buses can get very busy though it can be a bit uncomfortable especially if you’re pregnant and nobody offers you a seat.