Sunday, October 18, 2009

Hotel Principe Eugenio - Rome


I got a mail from two friends, John Wroughton and Øystein Rian, with impressions from an out of season journey to Rome and the Amalfi Coast. If you consider staying at Hotel Principe Eugenio, here is a first hand account of the hotel, in their own words.

Our hotel in Rome was the "Hotel Principe Eugenio" (which gets a rating of 9 with Venere) had great, clean & spacious rooms and nice hotel staff. They even welcomed us with a bottle of cold wine! Our first room faced a beautiful internal garden area with balcony.

See the description of the hotel www.venere.com here.

The breakfast itself was adequate (except for horrible coffee - sorry to have to say), but the breakfast room was so cramped it was not a place one would want to "relax and enjoy a breakfast. The meal included thin turkey slices, cubes of cheese, hard boiled eggs etc. - nutritious but not a whole lot more.

It was a very OK hotel for the price (€120 per night). The hotel is in a somewhat shabby neighborhood near the Termini station - which we were aware of before we went. It was near two metro stations so it was no problem getting around.

On Hotel Principe Eugenio


See hotel website here

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