Rome Hotels-Nardizzi or Selene or Adler , opinions please

Hi Looking to book hotel room for 5 nights April 13, we have looked in Ricks Rome book.
Anyone have comments of their stays at any of these three or other suggestions welcome. Regards Gerard

Posted by Christine
Lincolnville, ME, US
96 posts

A friend and I stayed at the Nardizzi in September 2011. The room was a good size, clean, nice bathroom. Breakfast was ok,but that really isn't too important to me. The staff was very nice and helpfulthey even warned us about the pick-pockets on Bus 64! We received a 5% discount for staying 5 nights and paying in cash, which was great. The Nardizzi is located close to Piazza Repubblica where you can easily catch the Metrothat was a plus too, or walk to Termini and some sights. The only negative about the Nardizzi, for me, was some of the other gueststoo loud and rude for my taste. But that aside, the Nardizzi is a good value for Rome in my opinion. Have a great trip!

Posted by Roberto
Fremont, CA, USA
3342 posts

Whenever I come back to the US from Rome I often spend the night before the early morning flight at the Selene. It's nice and conveniently located between the station and the Opera house. I haven't been at the others although I've seen them from the outside since they are very close to the Selene.

Posted by Roberto
Fremont, CA, USA
3342 posts

whenever I called and the Selene was sold out, they referred me to the San Remo, in the same area (via D'Azeglio). That was nice as well.

Posted by Frank
Tresana, Highlands Ranch, CO, USA
10883 posts

In the same general area we prefer the Sonya across the street from the Opera House and a little further away is the Aberdeen. And have used the Contilla one block from Termini for overnight stays when passing through Rome. All three stars.