Radisson Blu es. Hotel, Rome
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- Radisson Blu es. Hotel, RomeMember ofTrendstersLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 7Jul 04, 2012
The Radisson is a lovely hotel in a not so sexy but very convenient area. I attended a conference here, and basked in lunch on the roof deck and coffee breaks on the terrace. Interestingly, it is located next to Termini, the main train station, but also a few steps from Piazza Vittorio, the main multicultural area of Rome. The rooms are genuinely interesting, with unique touches like a fabric lamp that is inflated by the heat of the light bulb and free standing showers. I'd definitely come here again. Although it breaks my preference for boutique hotels with its corporate nature, the service is very good and the vibe is equally comfortable.Recommended for:
- Radisson Blu es. Hotel, RomeMar 24, 2014
Radisson hotel is a modern structure with a very particular design that creates a magic atmosphere. The lobby is really nice with its suffused blue lights. The location is very close to the centre and Termini station, so there is a good connection to everywhere. Rooms are clean enough but the double bed is is two singles beds push togheter and the shower is in the middle of the room, behind the bed. So a little uncomfortable. Then some rooms facing the Termini and could be noisy, other facing the inner cortyard and should be a lot quieter. They well equipped with all services. Free wifi and a kettle in rooms. There is a fantastic roof top with pool for drinks, dinner or an happy hour. You can find also a small gym, sauna area and a convention hall. Breakfast is included with a free champagne and a great selection of food. Private parking is available. The neighbourhood is not so nice, especially at night it is really intimidating.Recommended for:
- Radisson Blu es. Hotel, RomeMay 31, 2014
It’s a 5-star hotel with modern design close to Termini station. It’s a nice structure with an interesting architecture. The location it’s useful because the proximity of the station but at the same tame it’s a negative point because the area is run down and not very safe at night.
The rooms are modern with minimalist decoration, very well illuminated because of big windows. The breakfast, served in the seventh and final floor, where you can enjoy a nice open view, is varied, plentiful and of good quality '. On the same floor, you can find the swimming pool (very nice, but it’ outdoors so can be used just in summer), the spa (very well maintained) and the gym, which is open to all guests and equipped with various machines and sauna available to customers. Overall, I express a positive opinion.Recommended for:
- Radisson Blu es. Hotel, RomeOct 29, 2013
We all know what we’re getting into with the Radisson: you know it’s going to be a huge corporate experience. So once I set that aside, I loved this place! The front desks are this bizarre billowy art installation amazingly juxtaposed to the ruins underneath the hotel that are visible through glass. The rooftop terrace serves aperitivo and cocktails and you can sit by the pool that is open year round. The rooms are concept-driven by the idea of open space: the only door that closes is the one for the toilet – the tub, the closet, and the sink are all open and cleverly arranged. My room had a comical inflating lamp (I don’t know if all the rooms have that) and an orange tub that I was delighted by. Another detail I appreciated: window shades that could be controlled remotely from bed.Recommended for:
- Radisson Blu es. Hotel, RomeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsFamily TravelersFoodiesJul 05, 2014
Beautiful design hotel with a charming swimming pool on the roof top? It is quite close to the railway station, not in the most beautiful part of Rome. However the hotel itself is ok.
- Radisson Blu es. Hotel, RomeJul 04, 2012
This is a modern hotel that also feels comfortable. Even though the lobby is sparse the rooms make you want to curl up and stay there all day. The two person tubs are also nice for couples. The rooms are spacious and some have a balcony/patio area. It is also central to the local train station, which makes it easier getting to and from the airport.
- TV In Room
- Electronic Room Keys
- In-House Bar
- Meeting Rooms
- Parking Garage
- Clothing Iron
- In-House Dining
- Wake Up Service
- Family Rooms
- Car Rental Desk
- Children Allowed
- Mini Bar In Room
- Handicap Accessible
- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor Pool
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Dry Cleaning
Mediocre1254 reviews across the web.
- This is a wonderful boutique hotel, as guests say.
- Location100% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
- Food84% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- GroundsPool was lovely, according to 81%.
- Ambiance78% enjoyed the friendly atmosphere.
- Hotel Building74% said the facilities were very new.
- Service59% said the reception staff was ok.