Our EF tour group recently stayed here for three nights. The hotel was clean but a little dated. The rooms were very small and the corner shower was even smaller. I am 5’11” and 200 pounds and had trouble navigating the shower. I’m not sure how a bigger person would manage it. The one morning we had breakfast there is was kind of continental buffet style but had a nice selection and the food was good. The location made it noisy at night, as there is no air conditioning so we had to have windows open for air. The WiFi was very marginal. It’s not a bad place but not a great place either.
Cute little place. I forgot that you really should travel light when in italy. Elevators are either slow or very small or non existent. Be prepared to do stairs. This hotel is considered a 3 star. It worked fine for us because we did a ton of walking and sight seeing and we really only slept in hotels, no time for night life. It was the beginning of my trip and I forgot a few items, which I could purchase from a grocery store right next door. Hotel has actual keys, not card keys, so when I misplaced mine the guy at the desk was pretty annoyed with me and I felt like a naughty child. Dont lose your key!!!
I loved this place! Really friendly staff and clean rooms! Something important to all travellers as you do not want to develop any kind of sickness or bed bug bites during your vacation. Rooms size are acceptable even in a place like Rome! Location is awesome as only about 5-7minutes walk to the nearest Metro, Jonio. Wide choices of food around, and special mention to DAO restaurant, Chinese cuisine. For 105€ a night, though not in the city center, really happy with everything. If there's 1 improvement to be made, breakfast. Everything else was awesome!!!!!
is a nightmare to stay in this hotel !!!! not clean, big noise during all night very hold room and bathroom. breakfast not terrible, not good place for you loving vacation in roma. the only good thing is that the receptionist try the help you the best as possible .
i 've been guest in HOTEL LA PERGOLA some days ago and i want to describe positive points and negative from my point of view: positive, a) very kind people and staff, since i was inside the hotel everybody was polite and very kind and available to anything, b) good position location is very quite, and was not difficult find the parking, c) very nice bathroom, clean and renewed, d) no noise during the night. Negative; a) breakfast, totally not fitted for average breakfast level, coffe was burned, cornflakes were not good and bread was not fresh. b)TV doesn't work, c)no spines for electricity and recharge the electrical stuffs as mobile or pc. in general nice hotel, very good for location and where to go but breakfast was not good.
This cozy hotel situated nearby subway station Jonio, it's quite comfortably for those who's planning to travel Rome by public transport. Also the hotel surrounds by a lot of shops and little cafes. So location is very good. The stuff is very friendly and helpful, stand ready to assist you at any time you need. The room ( I stayed in DBL) was too small and almost without lighting, however cozy and clean enough. As for breakfast, several pieces of hum and cheese with a lot of cakes were offered instead eggs, bacon and fruits, but it was filling and taste. To sum it up this hotel is a good choice, if you don't have much money and want to relax in a quiet place.
Hotel is in the north part of rome, just 5-6min walk to the blue metroline. When heading downton follow Colosseum station. When go back take blue metro line to Jonio terminus. Rooms are clean, and staff are quite nice. Tv's in rooms are a bit outdated with very few channels going on. Mcdonalds restaurant is just behind hotel, though you are going to have good meals since you are in Italy. :) Hotel has got car and bus parking just in front of it. Parking lot is good lighted, so your car will be secured.
I stayed here with an EF Tour in July. The room was decent and clean enough. This worked for our purposes since we left early in the morning to tour Rome and came back rather late at night. However, when we arrived with our 30 people, my group was assigned to floor 4, which was not a problem, except that the small elevator moves at a glacial pace and there is only one of them. In addition, if there are more than two people with carry-ons in the elevator, an alarm goes off saying that the elevator is too heavy. Therefore, we pulled our luggage up eight flights of stairs to reach our room. To get down to breakfast, which is below the lobby, we had to go down 10 flights of stairs, which is a little excessive and a little tiring, especially when you need to go up to get something and the elevator buttons do not work, as they did not on our floor. Breakfast was decent. As far as wifi goes: to sign in to the wifi you have to be in the lobby. Not in your room, but in the lobby. The first night we couldn't get on the wifi at all because there were already so many people on it. Overall, this is a decent hotel that was useful for our purposes.…
Stayed here with an EF tour with my son. The room had two twin beds. The room was average size for Europe, but had too much furniture in it. Furniture was older and bulky. We had to put a chair outside on the balcony to be able to move in the room. Average sized bathroom and shower and had hair dryer. Nice balcony outside of room. Also, we had breakfast included, which was good and nice dining area inside and outside to eat. Close McDonald's and grocery store within walking distance. Is outside of city about 45 minutes to 1 hour.
The hotel was dirty, sinks and toilets had hair when we checked in. There was mold in the bathrooms and made several people in our group have severe allergic reactions. The location is near grocery store, restaurants and McDonalds, this was the best aspect of the hotel.