Hotel confortable , limpio , tranquilo . La habitación 405 es extraordinaria . Una lástima que no se pueda tomar un café en la terraza . Estaría bien una cafetera ( o servicio de habitaciones ?) Es muy importante que se indiquen las muy especiales caracteristicas de su ubicación . Barrio de San Lorenzo : Juvenil , bullicioso y bastante lejos del centro ( aunque bien comunicado por transporte público) . Un taxi hasta el trastevere de noche puede costar más de 20€
The staff were very helpfull and nice, the breakfast inspite to be a continental breakfast was one of the best that I ve taken during the trip
We asked for a romantic room upstairs with a nice view - and alberto, the very helkpfuly and friendly manager, has given us a great room with a wonderful view on the square with the market and church and his tower - we even could see the hill and mountains! Room was very cosey - little but not too little, beds are really nice, all clean, italian styled. Breakfast room in a cave very speciall and we had good fresh made coffee there. Location is great if you like to stay in a trendy and alteritave lifely aera with great bars, restaurants, small fashion and vintage store, lots of life music and art - not the overpriced and overrated touristic zone of rome, more the real rome - but also very close to Coloseum and termini - for those who are lazy - they can catch bus 71 or 492 nearby to vatican or plaza spagna, nr. 3 to colosseum - coming from the airport fiumcino its better to go with train FR 1 to Tiburtina Station and then taking the bus outside Nr.71 directly to Porto San Lorenzo (8 minutes). Theres a great enotecca leftside from hotel with antipasti buffet and great wine and also a super pizza to go place right from the hotel as well as the small market offers fresh fruits and cheese and more! At night, theres lots of people making it a reall scenic square. But - windows closing well, so it never is too loud if you wanna sleep well - we highly recommend the hotel and his friendly staff and the aera for those who are not to stiff and looking for something real in rome. (PS: Check out the micca club through the passage in via micca pietro) a great lounge and cocktail retro club!
Camera accogliente e arredata esattamente come in foto, stanza e bagno (un po' piccolo) ben puliti. La zona intorno all'hotel può sembrare poco raccomandabile ma la sera è piena di locali, trattorie e ristoranti. Eccellente colazione (caffe, latte caldo e freddo, pane, burro, marmellate, cereali, frutta secca, crostate, croissant e altro ancora!)
Vicino all'Università, la serata è vivace ed allegra per il gran numero di studenti. Tanti i locali vicini all'hotel. Comodo ai mezzi di trasporto. Parcheggio a pagamento e attenzione alla ZTL
We spend 7 nights in this hotel. We paid 55 euro a night (offer). After we've booked the hotel we saw that the prices ran up to 126 euro's a night. Thats a bit too much for this hotel by the way. The hotel is very clean, breakfast is good, service very good (we had a good laugh with Alberto, the receptionist!). The Russian or polish girls who are serving breakfast are not so friendly by the way. The area is italian and we liked it! Students, alternative people and Roman families in the bars and restaurants. No or very few tourists! Transport with bus 71 or 492 to the hart of Rome is excellent. Two restaurants we like to recomend: Osteria/Winebar/Pizzeria Sanlollo (via dei Sabelli 51)and ristorante Da Pino (real Roman cuisine!), via Tiburtina Antica 4/6). The gelateria's at via Tiburtina also nice to spend a visit!!
Acceuil chaleureux des messieurs de la réception, hotel très propre,demandé la chambre au 4 ième étage avec terasse. Le buffet du matin simple et complet à la fois. Situation près du cartier étudiant, près de la gare et bon petit resto sympatique. Anne & Yves Salaberry-de- Valleyfield. Québec.Canada.
Hotel in cui tornerei volentieri, ho preso una camera all’ultimo piano con terrazzo, molto elegante e ben tenuta. La veduta è sulla piazza del mercato di San Lorenzo. La camera con terrazza è abbastanza isolata e piuttosto romantica. Bella sala colazione e buona scelta sempre in stile italiano
Hemos tenido una experiencia muy recomendable en este hotel. La situación , en el barrio de San Lorenzo ,es perfecta ya que está en una zona llena de bares , restaurantes y pizzerias, cuando volviamos al hotel por la noche soliamos cenar en una pizzeria Formula 1 super buena y economica. En el hotel el personal amable y atento en todo monento y la habitación que nos asignaron correcta, parket y cama kingsize comodisima , el baño era pequeño pero limpisimo. Estamos muy contentos de haber elegido por segunda vez esta hotel en Rom
had a conference at the university so it was a perfect location for that. the hotel itself is very nice...good room, great breakfast, and extremely friendly guys at the front desk who were very helpful with everything. would be nice to have wifi in all the rooms, but was still ok using it in the lobby. the area is young with lots of students and there are some great bars around.
Had a lovely stay at the beginning of our trip, even though we were given a room on the 2nd floor (european 1st floor) with a view that looked out onto the square that is very busy and loud at night (a pretty happening nite-life, bar scene of college students). But other than that the room was very spacious comfortable and peaceful, and the service warm and hospitable. We even came back to stay at the tail end of our trip 2 weeks later, and the service at the front desk was even warmer and nicer, as those at hotel Laurentia seem loyal to loyalty. The neighborhood is "cool" and cheap, good for artists, musicians, travellers on a budget etc to hang and shop and drink and dine. One thing though, I noticed some graffitti of nazi swastikas on seemingly random building walls and such -- the San Lorenzo district is home to some of that pursuasion apparently, and it's not an uncommon thing in Italy, unfortunately -- but being of Asian descent myself, I experienced no problem whatsoever during my stay. As long as you avoid messing with the biker kids up the block that congregate late at night (they keep to themselves mostly, and ride bicycles not motorbikes) then you'd be fine. The neighborhood shopowners, bartenders, restaurateurs, etc were all gracious respectful and nice to us and we are beholden to them for making our stay so enjoyable. Also, the monti et mari pizza from the pizzeria around the corner is AMAZING.
Hotel was clean, modern with friendly and helpful staff. Not as near Termini as I thought but worked to our advantage, Being a 10 to 15 min walk away from Termini, it was quiet at night with a good range of places to eat.
The hotel was hosting mostly business guests during my stay, this might have been depended on the fact that it was a Monday. The public areas are extremely attractive, service excellent and extremely kind: rooms are comfortable and nice, although standard of rooms (at least as far as the standard rooms is concerned) cannot be considered at the same level of the beautiful and cosy public areas
I stayed in this hotel with my family for an overnight stay and was enough to understand everything about it. It'ss placed in a really nice location,"San Lorenzo",a very eventful district quite close to the city centre,as well. The staff is warm ( i really appreciated the kindness of the receptionist),the rooms are surprisingly clean (in the bathroom you could walk with bare feet ,i swear) and spacious as well. There's free wifi (you have just to enter their code on your laptop),the breakfast is included ( there's lot of stuff: pies,cakes,fruit juice,biscuits,ham...) and the price is sooo cheap: we paid around 40 euros (33 pounds) per person. There's also an excellent restaurant called "I Fratelli" just after the first side street. Definitely recommended.
I am very happy to stay in hotel Laurentia, particularly because of its location near the train station and near the University. At the same time it is located in a small street, across from a market. Next time in Rome I'll be back
In my frequent visits to Rome , I have stayed at this small hotel quite few time. The hotel is conveniently located in San Lorenzo very easy to reach from the rail stations either Termini Station or Tiburtina Station never more than 7€ Euro of a taxi ride. It is great if you have to attend or you have some business at local La Sapienza University ( like in my case) 5 min. walk. Rooms tough a bit dated are clean and comfortable. Free wi-fi connection everywhere. Great continental breakfast. At night many good options for local dining from very simple pizza places to restaurants and pubs where to grab a drink . For those who like to visit town tough not right in the city center it is very easy to reach main sites by bus number 492 and 71 ...just from the main road behind the hotel. The reception staff is very professional and accommodating I had to shorten my stay in two different occasion and they never charged me a penalty for doing so. They help ed me with taxi arrangements and left luggages. Rates if you book well in advance are really great for a town like Rome. Definitely a place to stay in the Eternal City.
Good location in Rome: beautiful, romantic city. Hotel located near Termini Station. Very clean and very polite staff.
Our room was clean and tidy. The shower room was not so modern but still very functional. The hotel staff was nice and friendly. The location is rather close to Termini, but definitely not 500 m (a bit over 1 km). Overal experience can be considered as Very Good.
I had a meeting in the university "Sapienza" in rome and stayed in this hotel since it was in walking distance. The lobby already made a good impression, the receptionist was friendly and very helpful. My room was on the first floor to the back of the hotel away from the plaza. I had booked a single room but got a double room with two single beds and a large bathroom. It was clean and tidy. However, I missed a ceiling light. But apparently, this is very common in Rome. So, not such a big deal. The breakfast was reasonable, they had couple of different cereals, buns, croissants, and so on. I enjoyed it. One disadvantage was the internet. Although it was free, it had some connection problems. For me it was not clear what the reason was. However, in the lobby is pc you can use 24/7 for free. If I ever come back to Rome I will definitely stay again in this hotel.
Buon hotel *** stelle in San Lorenzo, zona giovanil/pittoresca, vivace e vicina a Stazione Termini e Università; ottimo il rapporto qualità/prezzo considerando la città di Roma; ideale per qualche giorno turistico nella città; camere ok, ottima pulizia, buona prima colazione, personale sempre gentile e disponibile, il portiere Alberto insuperabile: romano doc simpaticissimo, disponibile e pure efficiente ! Nelle vicinanze un localino che raccomando per accoglienza famigliare, cucina tipica romana e buoni prezzi: Da Pino alla piazzetta !
Vom Termini in ca. 20 min. mit 20 kg Rollkoffer zu Fuß zu erreichen, teilweise gepflasterte Bürgersteige. Noch zur Lage angenehmes Studentenviertel, Lokale und Lebensmittel sozusagen um die Ecke. Frühstück OK Mix zwischen italienisch und kontinental - kein britisches...! Rezeption freundlich und immer zu sprechen.
1 Es un hotel correcto para sus 3estrellas. Limpio, ordenado, desayuno bueno con los alimentos bÃ¡sicos para empezar bien el dia, personal del hotel muy atento y la habitaciÃ³n que nos dieron era excelente, amplia con cama grande y salida a una terrzaza, baÃ±o con ducha. Recomendaria este hotel sin duda, aunque estÃ¡ un poco alejado del centro de Roma.
A very reasonable price for a comfortable stay. Front desk help was very good. Vincenzo was particularly helpful to me. The one shortcoming re. facilities was the unreliability of the internet service to the computer for guest use. I have had this experience in other Rome hotels also.
Arredato e gestito in modo piacevole; buona atmosfera; personale gentile
We had a tough time finding it and felt quite foolish once we got our bearings. If you arrive at termini you can walk ten minutes to the hotel (without luggage) by via Marsala all the way to the arches, then go into San Lorenzo which is surrounded by old walls. We were anxious about the area but found once we were inside the walls, it was quite pleasant. The hotel is directly across from the church, so it is easy to find. The reception workers, all older gentlemen, didn't speak English very well. We checked in and went to our room. We found the hotel, aside from the first floor, to be gloomy and outdated. However, the rooms were spacious compared to our previous hotel in Rome and the bathroom was a very good size. The room was extremely clean and we were given toiletries that I wouldn't have expected, like toothbrush, toothpaste, razor, etc. These were replenished daily! What I didn't like was that the toilet needed to be flushed multiple times to actually work (once it took eight tries). The walls are paper thin and we had very inconsiderate neighbors, when they were gone it was very peaceful. Finally the church bells ring every half hour very loudly from 0830 to 2130 which is annoying if you want to nap. Overall a good hotel.
Albergo più che soddisfacente, pulito e confortevole. Degna di nota la colazione. Punto a sfavore il vicino campanile anche se suggestivo.
Für unsere Zwecke lag das Hotel ideal: tagsüber gute Verkehrsanbindungen in die Innenstadt, abends in direkter Nähe diverser sehr leckerer und preiswerter Trattorien und Restaurants!
Sarà che sono innamorato di Roma ma questo soggiorno è stato bellissimo. Sono stato con mio fratello e un amico all’hotel Laurentia, due notti il tutto per andare a trovare uno che veniva con noi alle superiori e ora si deve laureare alla Sapienza (l’Hotel è zona università). L’hotel è bellissimo, molto elegante l’interno e particolare la costruzione in mattoncini, con le arcate anche nella sala colazione. Reception ben curata, staff simpatico. Non ci sono problemi di orari, ci hanno anche abbonato un po’ di ritardo sul check out, la notte siamo tornati tardissimo, diciamo anzi che era mattina e abbiamo trovato persone sempre sorridenti e gentili al bancone. Noi avevamo una tripla: camera elegante con moquette rossa, televisione e materassi morbidi ortopedici, internet gratis e ovviamente aria condizionata a tutta perché in questi giorni a Roma faceva caldissimo, sembrava estate. Abbiamo per così dire “approfittato” della colazione, tanto era inclusa nel prezzo, facendo quello che non si dovrebbe fare negli hotel, cioè spazzolare il buffet. La colazione è stata eccellente, crostate buonissime e tutto quello che siamo riusciti a mangiare aveva un buon sapore! E’ stato un fine settimana da paura! Se torneremo sicuramente soggiorneremo di nuovo qui!
Excellent experience, the room was nice, huge and clean. The hotel is in the hearth of San Lorenzo, which is a very characteristic, young and dynamic quarter located near to the termini station, with a lot of restaurants, bars etc
I stayed at Hotel Laurentia for 6 days and thought it was absolutely awesome! The staff are extremely friendly and helpful, helped advise us on places to eat and visit, and how to get there. It is a bit set back from the city centre, but the 71 bus just around the corner takes u straight to the city centre in about 5 minutes. The tram line is just down the road, which makes it quicker and easier to get to the colloseum. The location is only a drawback if you are planning on staying out till very late, otherwise Hotel Laurentia is the place to stay! :) The rooms are very reasonable for the price, breakfast is nice, but above all the staff are incredibly welcoming and really make the stay worthwhile! :) Next time i go to rome i will definately be staying here!
Hotel 3 stelle Roma: Hotel Laurentia ™ Hotel Address: Largo degli Osci , 65 - 00185 ROMA (RM)
Tel +39 06/4450218 Fax +39 06/4453681 City Zone of Rome : City Center Termini University La Sapienza San Lorenzo