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Trinity B&B Rome

3 Stars

Via Emanuele Filiberto, 109 00185 - Rome


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 4
Facilities 3
Service 4
Location 4
Pricing 4
Overall 3.8
Set within three kilometres away from major city attractions, Trinity B&B Rome makes for a convenient starting point for history lovers, vacationing couples and business travellers exploring the capital of Italy. A Rome holiday is not complete without exploring cultural gems like Pantheon, Basilica di San Clemente and Colosseum. While in the area, vacationers can also mingle with the locals at Villa Borghese, Trastevere and Piazza Navona, all within three kilometres from the property.

Location
B&B Trinity is strategically situated in the heart of Rome near public transport stations, making it easy for guests to explore the city. Tourists can watch local performances at Teatro Eliseo, catch sporting events at Stadio Olimpico or stroll along Orto Botanico.

Rooms
This cosy B&B offers simply appointed rooms with modern conveniences like satellite LCD TV, air conditioning, en suite bathroom, mini refrigerator and hairdryer.

Restaurant
Trinity B&B in Rome does not have a restaurant on site but visitors can start the day with delicious in-room breakfast every morning. Diners can also sample local specialties at bistros nearby.

General
Trinity B&B Rome provides facing facilities and wireless Internet access for a more convenient stay. During recreation, patrons at this bed and breakfast can make a wish at the famous Fontana di Trevi after learning trade secrets at Palazzo dei Congressi

Additional Information

  • 2 min walk to the Train Station (Vittorio Emanuele)

Hotel Facilities

  • Faxing Facilities
  • Internet Access - Wireless
  • Lift / Elevator

Room Facilities

  • Air Conditioning
  • Flat Screen TV
  • Cable / Satellite TV
  • Hairdryer
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Refrigerator

Trinity B&B Rome Guest Reviews (23)


Trinity B&B Rome
4 out of 5

Trinity B&B was better than we expected. Rooms were big and clean. "Landlady" was nice and helpful. Location was very good, short walk to metro stations (2). Very good restaurant opposite.

Family on vacasion wrote on November 5, 2011


Trinity B&B Rome
3 out of 5

the location was good, walking distance to Mazoni subway. the owner was very nice and helpful!!!!!

Morry wrote on October 22, 2011


Trinity B&B Rome
4 out of 5

15 minutes walk to the coliseum and 5 minutes walk from the manzoni train station Clean, good size, wifi included and breakfast Perfect for people who is there for Rome and not to lay in a pool and be calling the front desk Has 1 good restaurant in front Romantica is called

Betokened wrote on October 18, 2011


Trinity B&B Rome
2 out of 5

This was just about the lowest priced centrally located lodging that I could find on Orbitz, and as such, it suited our needs. It's a diverse neighborhood that quickly slips into seedy going toward the train station, but we never felt unsafe. The mother/daughter staff were sweet & well-intended, but slow to answer the entry bell, so if you & your roommate return separately, be sure to get a second set of keys. The English spoken was limited but serviceable. The room was large, sparse, clean & serviced daily. Free WiFi! Yes! Our room faced the courtyard & was quiet enough, but the noise-sensative should carry earplugs.

Otherissues wrote on October 10, 2011


Trinity B&B Rome
3.4 out of 5

Pretty good location, a bit expensive for what you get but that's Roma

Helen Dobinson wrote on June 19, 2011


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall3.8 out of 5
Cleanliness4 out of 5
Facilities3 out of 5
Service4 out of 5
Location4 out of 5
Pricing4 out of 5

Trinity B&B Rome Guest Reviews

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4 out of 5

Trinity B&B was better than we expected. Rooms were big and clean. "Landlady" was nice and helpful. Location was very good, short walk to metro stations (2). Very good restaurant opposite.

Review by: Family on vacasion
Date stayed November 5, 2011

3 out of 5

the location was good, walking distance to Mazoni subway. the owner was very nice and helpful!!!!!

Review by: Morry
Date stayed October 22, 2011

4 out of 5

15 minutes walk to the coliseum and 5 minutes walk from the manzoni train station Clean, good size, wifi included and breakfast Perfect for people who is there for Rome and not to lay in a pool and be calling the front desk Has 1 good restaurant in front Romantica is called

Review by: Betokened
Date stayed October 18, 2011

2 out of 5

This was just about the lowest priced centrally located lodging that I could find on Orbitz, and as such, it suited our needs. It's a diverse neighborhood that quickly slips into seedy going toward the train station, but we never felt unsafe. The mother/daughter staff were sweet & well-intended, but slow to answer the entry bell, so if you & your roommate return separately, be sure to get a second set of keys. The English spoken was limited but serviceable. The room was large, sparse, clean & serviced daily. Free WiFi! Yes! Our room faced the courtyard & was quiet enough, but the noise-sensative should carry earplugs.

Review by: Otherissues
Date stayed October 10, 2011

3.4 out of 5

Pretty good location, a bit expensive for what you get but that's Roma

Review by: Helen Dobinson
Date stayed June 19, 2011

4.8 out of 5

We had a great time the hotel was in a great position easy to get around Rome on public transport. The rooms are big and airy and very clean. The staff could not be nicer so friendly and helpful. And breakfast delivered to your room each morning started the day off well Could not be happier and would recommend Trinity to anyone.

Review by: Anthony Rowe
Date stayed May 22, 2011

4.8 out of 5

Simple and basic, but with all the heart. Very good location.

Review by: David Elovits
Date stayed March 27, 2011

4.4 out of 5

The hotel is located 100-200 meters from Manzoni metro station (2 stations from central Termini station), but when coming the first time I would suggest taking taxi from the airport especially if you have heavy bags. The hospitality, friendliness, and helpfulness of Agapi are above all expectations. Breakfast (coffee, croissant, and biscuits) is served in your room every morning at the time of your choice. The coffee was excellent. The hotel does not look much and you can tell that it’s old building, but it is very well maintained and cleaned that is most important. Since we booked the room very late we had a “private” (we were the only ones using it) bathroom outside of the room so try to book the room on time and reserve the one with “internal” bathroom. Doors were creaking, but we were out most of the time so we did not mind it that much. Overall, very good experience at the price, especially for Rome & location.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed January 5, 2011

4.2 out of 5

Trinity Bed and Breakfast was a good choice for us. The rooms were really big, the breakfast adequate, it was quiet, had light block out shutters so we could sleep in and was in a good location. Our room was cleaned every day which was nice too. Really liked that there was a bar fridge, air con and Wifi in the room. Suggested improvements - tea and coffee making facilities in the room and would have liked a piece fo fruit with breakfast and the doors all need a bit of oiling as they all squeak but other than that everything was catered for. Would def recommend to other travellers wanting something cheaper than a hotel but nicer and more private than a hostel.

Review by: Rachel Palmer
Date stayed August 25, 2010

5 out of 5

An excellent choice of accomodation in Rome. The room was huge (very unusual in Rome) clean and contained a fridge. Also unusual was the availability of an elevator. Adrianna at reception could not have been more helpful but she did not speak any English. Luckily, I speak Italian. The area was quiet at night and is mainly residential, which made it safe. To be in easy walking distance to the Closseum is fantastic. Overall, there was nothing to complain about and I would definitely stay there again. Highly recommended.

Review by: Wanda Peters
Date stayed September 30, 2009

4.2 out of 5

Good location, close to metro station. People are friendly. Aparently they have wireless Internet but I did not use it. Breakfast is just Italian one, coffee, croiassant and juice. Close to restaurants (I recommend RomAntica accross the road), Internet Cafe and coin-op laundry

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 21, 2009

3 out of 5

Nice big room. Recently renovated. Staff had no english. Breakfast was poor. Close to metro and walking distance to coloseum.

Review by: David Bayliss
Date stayed September 20, 2009

3.8 out of 5

Good location, large room with excellent air conditioner. The breakfast was a joke - a small coffee and an inedible packaged "croissant". There was, however, a bar fridge in the room for additional breakfast food and cold drinks. A definite plus.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed September 22, 2008

4.4 out of 5

Fantastic value for money, you could not get a better hotel in this price range, in this location. Make sure you buy your own breakfast though, it's not very exciting. Good restaurants nearby, try out Romantico, it's charming.

Review by: Anonymous
Date stayed July 6, 2008

4.4 out of 5

A very large comfortable room with most facilities, in a very handy location to train and bus stops and sights. Very good service from a loverly young family. You have to look to find the B&B though, but it is worth it for budget accomodation.

Review by: Kelvin McLeod
Date stayed December 2, 2007

3.6 out of 5

It is a choice if just only require a place to sleep. The host is REALLY nice that they'll do their possible to meet your needs!

Review by: Kwok Kiu Chan
Date stayed November 10, 2007

4.4 out of 5

I think it was very homely staying with them. I was difficult to find the address as a first timer:

Review by: Vijay NARAYAN RAO
Date stayed October 21, 2007

3.4 out of 5

The owners of this B&B are very nice and friendly. The rooms are big and clean. One surprise was that there was no phone in the rooms. The location is good - about 10 minutes walk from the train station, about 15 minutes walk to the Colosseum, and 3 minutes to the nearest metro station. Breakfast is very basic though - coffee, toasts, jam, and a glass of juice - that's about it. I would recommend staying here if you plan to spend most part of the day exploring Rome, and come back "just to sleep". For us it was a really good value for the price.

Review by: Mikhail Velikovich
Date stayed October 11, 2007

3.8 out of 5

about ten euro drive from Campo di Fiouri which is were a lot of bars are on the other side of town about ten minute drive. Ugly neighborhood at night but once inside it looks pretty decent. Room had an A/C and Fan, the A/C eventually blew out warm air after a while so opening up the window made a better idea. Breakfast was toast, coffee, orange juice, typical european tiny breakfast, but it was personally served at our desired time straight to our room :) , not bad...Dont think I would stay there again just bc of my preference in location.

Review by: Chris Navarro
Date stayed August 14, 2007

5 out of 5

lovely owners, very helpful and friendly. rooms really nice and large!

Review by: Gemma Leckie
Date stayed August 4, 2007

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