Hotel Palladium Palace Rome Hotel 4 star
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36 Via Gioberti 00185 Rome Rome, Italy -
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Only a short walk from the central Termini train station, the Hotel Palladium Palace has lost much of its former splendour and seems to have fallen slightly into disrepair. Nevertheless, its positioning could not be more convenient and availability is always good. An imposing building, this hotel is basic but a perfect base if you're going to spend most of your time out roaming the streets of the capital. Its four stars is a little deceiving so be sure to expect something a little more simple and prices that are not really worth what you receive.

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    Location 9.97 /10

    Its location near to the train station is perfect for anyone needing to travel, with trains running frequently to all over Europe. The area itself can feel a little rough around the edges at night, so avoid the small back streets and stick to the well-lit roads. Be extra careful around the Termini metro station, pickpockets operate constantly in this area and tourists are an extremely easy target. It suffices to keep your bag closed and in front of you at all times. For the metro however, Termini is very useful to be close to as it is the only place where Rome's two metro lines intersect. This means that you can get to the Colosseum or the Vatican with the same ease and speed.

    Accommodation 6.70 /10

    The hotel has five different room types - Classic standard, Superior, Deluxe, Junior Suite and Suite. Apart from the size, the rooms are all relatively similar. Decorated in 70s style, the thick bed sheets and heavy curtains give the rooms a musty smell. However, all are clean and the bathrooms are a little more modern. Most are white tiled, with plenty of space, hairdryers and generous amounts of bathroom products. The Deluxe rooms, Junior Suites and Suites come equipped with a Jacuzzi shower which, though it sounds impressive, doesn't look all that different to a normal power shower. The rooms are versatile however, and can be made to accommodate from one to four people, with twin or double beds. Some of the rooms have balconies, which can be reserved on request.

    Overview 6.20 /10

    The hotel's lobby is, at least, bright and welcoming. Marble floors guide you towards the reception desk where staff can be dismissive at times but do speak a little English. As well as the reception, there is a small bar with a couple of tables. The hotel's 81 rooms are spread out over five floors, with the top floor reserved for the restaurant and a small terrace. The friendly porter will take your bags and lead you to your room, which is just as well because the corridors can be a little hard to navigate. Head to the sixth floor for the all-purpose restaurant and breakfast room, which has good views over the Roman rooftops. Though it could not be called a spa, the hotel does have a fitness room and small sauna, both of which look like they are hardly ever used. The gym especially is well equipped but its location in the basement and the heavy curtains drawn over the window give it a damp smell.

    Food and drink 5.70 /10

    The small bar situated downstairs in the lobby is as outdated as the rest of the hotel, but it is well stocked and provides hot drinks as well as alcoholic ones. The restaurant on the top floor serves breakfast and lunch from 7am-10am and 6pm-12am. Breakfast is a buffet style and costs extra on top of the room charge, whilst typical Italian dishes are served in the restaurant for dinner. The food is simple, the menu including dishes such as spaghetti Bolognese and tortellini. The room itself provides a lovely view over towards the Santa Maria Maggiore, one of Rome's most famous churches, and its recognisable double domes. The small tables are packed into the room and a huge flat screen TV resides in one corner to keep younger visitors entertained.

    To know

    The hotel originally opened its doors in 1947 after having been converted from a military factory. It still has some of the characteristic hard edges and uniform windows that you would expect from a building of this calibre. But the inside is bright and welcoming, with none of the former factory features. The hotel has not been refurbished for several years, so don't expect the furniture or decoration to be modern or particularly fresh. However, it does offer three rooms especially equipped for disabled customers.

    Equipment

    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      sauna, spa, keep fit, massage

    • Sports equipment

      gym, fitness

    • Animals allowed
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Meeting room

    advantage

    • Central location
    • Gym and spa facilities

    disadvantages

    • Insecure area
    • Poor value for money

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