This was a really nice hotel and I would definitely recommend it. The only criticism I have is that the spare blanket in the wardrobe looked rather old and not so clean. Luckily we didn't need it. Otherwise I really enjoyed my stay.
I loved La Pergola. It was tastefully decorated. The garden was wonderful to relax in. Service was friendly and they had a great sense of humor. Loved the large, for Rome, bathrooms. The free wifi in the lobby was nice, and you could even get on their computer for free. The lobby was also comfortable and a cool place to just hang and meet people. The room I stayed in was a little small, but there were five people crammed in it. I would recomend La Pergola to anyone.
A city hotel in a residential area of Rome. The rooms are spacious however, the loo is so close to the shower that it's a good thing i am only 1.62cm (5.2"). The hotel is doing some construction work in its garden so - ask how far along they are before you reserve. However, all mmebers of staff are incredibly friendly. I asked for a quieter room (construction work begins at 7:00) and all they asked was for me to pack my things, when I returned I found they moved me to a larger and, indeed quieter, room. In this room there was no shower but a bathtub and the bathroom was very spacious. There's wifi in the room - ask reception for the PW. Breakfast is very italian - mostly pastry (a good selection) but also cereals . Two machines provide for all your coffee needs. Beware though than the orange juice (regular oranges and blood oranges) is rather an orange drink and I doubt it has ever seen real oranges. Busses into the centre and to the Termini train station are around the corner. A lovely, typica restaurant is across the road -Pizzando Grigliando which offers great Pizza but also great grille meat (don't miss the lambchops)
I stayed at this hotel for a few days in March with a large tour group. I thought the area was beautiful and there were places to go around it and it also wasn't as far from the cities as the other hotels we stayed at... I like how it was decorated and I thought they were well accommodating. I would highly recommend it. The garden I thought was very beautiful especially late night/early morning. The only thing I didn't like about the hotel was it's showers.... they were way too small and the other ones that were in the hotel just covered the whole bathroom floor, i guess that's not too bad but a lot of the hotels we stayed at in Italy had really small showers but huge bathrooms.
Room was nice, large enough for a couple, clean and tidy. linen changed everyday. Bathroom was adequate, spotless and well refurbished. Staff was great, so professional and very helpful with touristic information, always proactive in every request. Breakfast was good with many items such as yogurts , cereals, croissants, bread, cake, fruit and more Sourrondings are not the best in town but the hotel is well connected to the city center by a single bus. Bus stops is just opposite the main entrance. Nice restaurants are located nearby. Much appreciated was the wi-fi connection for free and the awesome garden well fitted for a drink or a simple rest after wandering the whole day. I would definetely spend my stay here again and reccomend to everybody. John
the hotel was a little further out from Rome then i expected, but it was easy to get in and out of the city center. I actually liked the location towards the end because my children couldn't get into trouble. perfectly clean and pleasant.
It was realy great time in yours hotel La Pergola. I?m very satisfied. All people from personal were very kind and helpfull. My family excited our holidays in Roma. Thank you very much
I went there four months ago and I really liked it!! The location is very good and it is very convenient because it is well connected to all main touristic spots in Rome by public transportation. There is a bus stop just few meters from the Hotel. Moreover the staff was very friendly and helpful and our rooms were lovely, spacious, quiet, comfortable and clean!
I profoundly disagree with the earlier ratings for this hotel. It may be possible that two different hotels exist in Rome with the same name. The Hotel La Pergola that I stayed in was nice (address: Via Dei Prati Fiscali 55, Roma 00141, Italy, phone #+39 06 810 7250, ---). The staff was friendly, helpful, and certainly went out of their way to accommodate our large tour group. One of the hotel managers, Sergio, was especially helpful, and made our stay pleasant. The hotel is located next to a grocery store and a Mc Donald's (aka American embassy). It was a short, safe walk and several of our tour members visited one or both locations. The outside of the hotel is fine. There is a very nice courtyard in an "L" shape and many in my group really enjoyed sitting there. I found the rooms adequate. My only complaint is that the walls were thin - I could hear my neighbors in the next room talking (glad I brought my earplugs). Otherwise, the room was clean and comfortable, with no odors as described in previous ratings. I had the occasion to enter several of the hotel's rooms since I was a chaperone on our tour group, and I also found the same clean, odor free conditions in those rooms as well (of course it was clean before the kids opened their suitcases!). The hotel arrangements were made for my group by EF Tours. I do not know what the room cost, but I expect that it was a reasonable value.
Good 3 star hotel in Montesacro district. No restaurant but good breakfast with eggs, sausages, milk, fruit, Italian expresso and cappuccino. Room large enough, with comfortable bed and soft pillows
The srtaff & the location is close to the train & bus stations.
Great hotel with a highly customer focused staff that is responsive to customer needs. Breakfast quality and variety could be improved. Would highly recommend this hotel.
Found the Pergola a wonderful place and conventient to the sights by bus
In my opinion this is a very good 3 star hotel. Me and my husband stayed here just one night, but our room was good, large enough and bathroom was clean.
we have stayed at this hotel for four nights, location wasnt so good a little far from the city center. but there is bus stop near the hotel so you can easily go where ever you want. our room was the smallest hotel room i have ever seen but it was nice and clean. and there is mcdonalds, upim and a supermarket next to the hotel that was nice for us
I recently stayed at this hotel as part of a student tour group. As with other hotels on this tour, the exterior and the lobby were nicer than the rooms. Nevertheless, if you can get past the quirky decor (the colours of the room were like pastel breath mints), the rooms were clean and comfortable. The bathroom in particular had had a recent renovation. The desk staff were extremely friendly, helpful and colourful. The breakfast provided was adequate, the coffee excellent.
I have only spent one night, anyway the bed was excellent and the road very quiet, the air conditioner effettive (low noise and cool without freezing) Beautiful the breakfast room
Sergio at the front Desk was ever so helpful and patient with us! Great rooms, great location and a WONDERFUL BREAKFAST for us each morning we were there in Roma!
Good hotel for visit Rome staying in a quiet location
Stayed just one night here on a weekend trip to Rome. My room was basic, perfect temperature and comfortable bed. Bathroom has good shower. This hotel is not too expensive and help desk is friendly and halpful.
Stayed with my wife at the La Pergola hotel for 5 nights during our stay in Rome. The staff were friendly and helpful. Some reviewers commented on the rooms small. I thing room are typicaly european size. Room was clean, linen changed regularly and towels changed daily nice breakfast room. Breakfast in the morning was varied and plentiful was cereals, yoghurts, fruit and masses of cakes and croissants Staff were very friendly and helpful free interner conner in the lobby and free wi fi in the room There is a really good restaurant on the opposite side of the road "Pizzando e Grigliando" The hotel is 15-20 minutes (depending on what time of day you travel) by bus into the centre of Rome bus 80 express line take you in Piazza Venezia and 38 take you at the main Station. We enjoyed our stay at la Pergola hotel and we would definitely go back there