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Hotel UNA Roma Hotel 4 star
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Opened in 2009, UNA hotel still looks brand new, both inside and out. Modern, minimalist and strangely quirky in parts (the zebra print couch in the entrance hall should give you an idea of what is in store), almost all guests will tell you that UNA is very good value for money. This is a hotel completely at odds with the ancient city around it and provides an ultra-modern alternative to most of Rome's authentically crumbling hotels. Of exceptional note are its extremely polite and attentive staff and superb bar and restaurant.

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      UNA Hotel Roma   -   © Marco Toninelli EasyVoyage

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    Location 9.66 /10

    Located only two minutes' walk from the central Termini train station, UNA hotel is easily accessible however you arrive into the city. Almost all long distance trains arrive into Termini, as well as the regular shuttle train to Rome's Fiumicino Airport. It is also only a short stroll from Santa Maria Maggiore, one of Rome's most famous churches and one of the remaining four belonging to the Vatican. The area is relatively touristy, with plenty of restaurants, small souvenir shops and bars. Be careful here, as the prices are usually quite steep and the food far from the best that the city has to offer. Due to its high tourist presence, the number of pickpockets in this area is also particularly high so make sure to keep a close eye on your bags at all times, especially when using the Termini metro.

    Accommodation 7.70 /10

    The rooms themselves are similarly open and light, with at least one large window giving out onto either the street or the inner courtyard. The decoration in each is light, with pure-white bed sheets, cream walls and wooden floors to give it a homely feel. To compliment these light colours, the chairs and sofas are covered in funky patterns, spots or stripes, in keeping with the modern feel of the hotel. The walls are left plain, with no pictures or photos, just glowing lamps, light brackets and a large flat screen TV opposite the bed. For added comfort, the hotel offers a choice of pillows, including latex for those with allergies, goose feather, and neck-roll pillows for those who desire. In the bathrooms, the sense of style continues, with huge mirrors framed with light and a large bath or shower (some of the suites have both). Some, decorated in sleek black marble, have a grand window whilst those without are decorated in beautiful, cream marble and tiles. Slippers and UNA bathroom products are provided in all rooms, with bathrobes included for the suites. The first floor is comprised solely of smoking rooms so be sure to request it if you are a smoker. Suites are divided into family and business suites, the family suite offering a larger bathroom and the business suite with a bigger meeting area complete with table and chairs.

    Overview 8.70 /10

    The hotel's bottom floor is completely devoted to its large lobby, bar, restaurant and multiple meeting rooms. The spacious, well-lit lobby is simply decorated with white-washed walls, marble floors and large, comfortable looking sofas that make waiting seem entirely bearable. Despite its size, the space and light give the impression of tranquillity so that from the moment you set foot in the door, you feel at ease. Directly joining the lobby is the hotel's bar, UNA Café, which provides guests with a small, relaxed place to eat lunch or enjoy a drink in the same stylish atmosphere. Further down the corridor, you will find the large restaurant and buffet room, slightly more formal than the bar and with wall-length windows to let in plenty of natural light. Each floor above has the same layout, with around 30 rooms per floor and relatively well-lit, carpeted corridors leading to each room's wooden door. You certainly don't feel claustrophobic or shut in, despite the absence of windows and natural light.

    Food and drink 9.20 /10

    The hotel's bar is small, intimate and perfect for a light lunch or evening cocktail. The menu on offer is, though light, extremely generous in portions and offers a wide range of options, from huge Caesar salads to burgers and sandwiches. Sit yourself at one of the three or four small tables and enjoy the casual atmosphere and excellent service. Alternatively, if you are looking for a drink, the bar is extremely well-stocked and provides a comprehensive cocktail menu with all the usuals on offer. In the evenings, the atmosphere becomes classy and stylish, with couples flitting in and out before heading for a romantic restaurant or fancy party in the city. The restaurant is also open for both lunch and dinner, with a capacity of roughly 80 people and a busier but no less classy atmosphere than the bar. Though quieter during lunch time, the service is impeccable and waiters will happily recommend you wines to go with specific meals. Soft music tinkles in the background as you choose your antipasti and main course, all prepared in a traditional Italian style with regional products. Make sure you leave a little room for dessert, especially the white chocolate mousse - light, creamy and effortlessly presented.

    To know

    Approaching only four years old, UNA hotel is one of Rome's most recent offerings and caters for a demanding clientele of both business and leisure visitors. As a result, the hotel is run in an extremely efficient and professional style, which can make the service feel a little cold at times but spot on in terms of speed and precision. With 196 rooms spread over six floors, this is no mean feat and everything from the restaurant service to the cleaning is pulled off with effortlessness and zero stress. With regards the rooms with the best views, the higher up you are, the better - the lower rooms give a somewhat unexciting view onto the grey street below or onto the equally as grey inner courtyard, whilst the top rooms give excellent views over the roman rooftops. Unfortunately, and surprisingly for a hotel of its size, Wi-Fi is not free and the privilege will cost you three euros for half an hour.

    Equipment

    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Animals allowed
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room

    advantage

    • Easily accessible
    • Ultra-modern interior

    disadvantages

    • Wi-Fi not free
    • No fitness or spa facilities

    Traveller Reviews

    • Overall Score 9.00/10
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