Looking for a place to stay in Rome? Then look no further than Hotel Clodio, a quiet hotel that brings the best of Rome to your doorstep.
You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Clodio offers guests free wifi.
The hotel features 24 hour front desk, a rooftop terrace, and a concierge. Plus, Hotel Clodio offers free breakfast, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, there is paid private parking available on-site.
While staying at Hotel Clodio, visitors can check out Museo Nazionale di Castel Sant'Angelo (1.3 mi) and Piazza Navona (1.7 mi), some of Rome's top attractions.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out La Pergola, Sora Lella, and Felice a Testaccio, which are some Italian restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
Rome is also known for some great natural history museums, including Orto Botanico di Roma, Museo di Geologia, and Collezioni Paleontologiche dell'APAT, which are not too far from Hotel Clodio.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Clodio as you experience everything Rome has to offer.
We were looking forward to resting once we arrived after the long flights from the US. As soon as I pulled back the bedding to get into bed, I saw something crawling on the white sheets up by the pillow. As I looked closer, there was more that were crawling and some that appeared to be dead. I immediately searched my phone for pictures of bed bugs, and was easily able to confirm the bugs on the bedding. I told our tour guide and she was able to get us y different room. I immediately started inspecting the new room when a hotel housekeeper walked into the room and began yelling at me in Italian. Luckily our tour guide came to our new room during this and was able to translate. She was mad that I was inspecting the new bed and was telling us there are no bed bugs. Thank goodness I recorded a video clip of the crawling bugs. The tour guide showed her the video as she continued yelling at me in Italian until the manager came into the room. The manager apologized and made sure we were okay with the new room. We also found bed bugs in my sisters room so they moved to a new one also. We heard the front desk assign the bed big rooms to someone else so we told them they should not be putting others in the rooms until treated for bed bugs. It was rather old, dirty, and cleaning lady was incredibly rude about the whole thing. Per the manager of the hotel, it has been bought by a bigger chain and will soon close for a full renovation. Until that time, please check your room carefully.…
Had one night here. mainly staying for the rugby and location excellent for the Stadium as 15 minutes walk. 30 minutes to Vatican City. Staff really helpful with restaurant recomendations, airport transfers and taxis. Comfortable room and nice big bathroom and all in a standard graded room. so good value for location and quality. breakfast very good. plenty of choice and attentive staff.
The bed was extremely uncomfortable and there is only one key to the room witch was annoying at times if me and my roomate where not doing something together. The food was okay. But staff was really nice!!
This facility is in urgent need of upgrade. Pictures from the website are misleading: bathroom and rooms are ugly and obsolete. Some members of staff are polite, others lack professionalism. Poor quality of food and limited choice at breakfast. Would not recommend.
This hotel is a tour group special. It caters to groups mainly so I’m sure they get a great rate. The rooms don’t look like they have been updated in many years the bed is very hard and uncomfortable and the rooms are small. The breakfast buffet is in a very poor location and it is a major traffic jam to get anything to eat. Very much a typical hotel in Europe. Certainly not a 4 star hotel.
Room is small. Closet was small and the hanging bar so high you could not reach it to hang your cloths. We were with a group and the dinner we had on the first of 4 nights was mediocre at best. Pasta was under cooked and cold. Spinach was cold. Bar service was poor. Ran out of a couple of the bottles of liquor we requested. “Bar tenders” didn’t know how to mix drinks and took forever. Front desk wouldn’t make change for the vending machine which was the only way to get snacks.
We stayed in this hotel for 3 nights. Our room didn’t look like any of the management pictures. But was clean. The bathroom was completely tiled and slippery. The tub so high, it was a challenge getting in and out of it with no safety bars. I don’t see how elderly people could even manage. (We are 65). No air at all in bathroom. The bedroom was fine after we figured out how to work the air conditioner. The hotel was stuffy throughout and where you eat. This seems to be normal for Italy. They don’t like air conditioning and it is expensive to have. The front desk was pleasant enough.
Old, outdated hotel with tiny rooms. I’ve had larger rooms on cruise ships. Rooms were HOT and front desk refused to lower temp. All thermostats were controlled by front desk. Everyone in our group complained about the temperature in the rooms. Would not recommend this hotel. We were on a group tour so we did not select this hotel.
The hotel is strategically located in Rome few minutes to most of Rome attractions. The staff are friendly and speak good English. The room is clean and well furnished, but it is a bit small. I have enjoyed may stay and highly recommend this hotel for short stays in Rome.
Hotel was in a great location. Close to public transport which cost €7 for a 24hr ticket and allows you to travel anywhere. Close to the stadium (we went for the rugby) it was only a ten minute walk. Breakfast had a great choice. Rooms were clean, quiet and comfortable.