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About Hotel Argentina, Rome

Overview of Hotel Argentina

Hotel Argentina lies in the city of Rome in Italy. On your trip to Rome, you can consider a quick visit to Hotel Argentina. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to Hotel Argentina and you'll thank us later!

Top attractions of Rome worth your visit include Colosseum, St Peters Basilica, Pantheon, Arcibasilica Di San Giovanni In Laterano and Galleria Borghese. Visit these and also discover other interesting things to do in Rome before planning.

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Skip the Line: Borghese Gallery and Gardens Walking Tour
View Deal Skip the Line: Borghese Gallery and Gardens Walkin... 1186 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 61.62/person

Experience Rome Museum, book skip the line Borghese Gallery and Gardens walking tour in Rome. Take advantage of jumping the queue with reserved Skip the line tickets and guided walking tour (maximum 20 people). Upgrade your experience with a private tour exclusive to just your group, available with morning and afternoon departures. Please note that the tickets to Borghese Gallery regularly sell out a month in advance. Pre-book the tickets to Borghese Gallery, since only 360 visitors are allowed for a 2 hour slot! Explore masterpieces of art, sculpture and architecture. The art works are displayed on both walls and ceilings in 20 large galleries across 2 floors.There are fabulous paintings by Caravaggio, Raphael, Correggio,Titan, Rubens etc but the piece de resistance is the magnificent collection of marble sculptures by Bernini that you shouldn't miss out on! Walk across the grader and hear about the history of the design and horse races in the center.

Papal Audience Ticket at Vatican City
View Deal Papal Audience Ticket at Vatican City 403 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes From USD 34.58/person

Advance bookings are essential if you'd like to attend a Papal Audience with Pope Francis I at the Vatican. Papal Audience Tickets are free of charge but they are limited and you must have a confirmed reservation to attend. Book Papal Audience Ticket at Vatican City tour ahead and you won't waste precious vacation time whilst in Rome.

Rome by Night Walking Tour
View Deal Rome by Night Walking Tour 529 Reviews | Duration: 3 hours From USD 33.95/person

Step back in time to the days of the Roman Empire on this 3-hour walking tour of Rome by night. Discover top city attractions such as the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. Wander beneath Ancient Roman ruins at the Forum on Capitoline Hill, and marvel at the mighty Colosseum. The perfect pre-dinner activity, this 3-hour guided walking tour is the ideal introduction to Rome's famous sights and nighttime ambiance. Experience the romance and beauty of Rome as the sun sets and the evening lights illuminate the city.

Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Rome
View Deal Tuscany in One Day Sightseeing Tour from Rome 1197 Reviews | Duration: 13 hours From USD 146/person

See the very best of Tuscany on a full-day trip from Rome! Traveling to the stunning Val d'Orcia region, south of Siena, you'll be introduced to a beautiful landscape where medieval towns cling to sunny hills and rustic farms adorn the countryside. With an expert guide, you'll visit Montelpulciano, Montalcino and the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Pienza, sampling fine wines and local delicacies as you go!

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  • I'd like to preface this review with saying I studied hospitality business and have a bachelor's degree in the field. This review is meant to bring awareness to people like me and my fiance who are visiting Europe for the first time from the US. My fiance and I had a terrible experience with this hotel. I'll start with the positive. The bathroom was very up to date and surprisingly nice! Shower worked well and it was very clean. Now for the negative. If they had spent a quarter of the money that went into the bathroom in the rest of the room it wouldn't be half bad. The room itself was very small, which isn't usually an issue with my fiance and me but it was also filthy. The comforter on the bed was covered in hair and sweat marks, it looked like it hadn't been washed in months. When we went to see if we could get different blankets and the extra ones we got were even worse. We booked for 3 nights and only stayed 1. It would've been less than that if we didn't get in to Rome so late. We knew we would not get our money back and left anyways. The entire building reeks of cigarettes (including the rooms) because employees of all the businesses in the building are all smoking just outside the doors on the stairs. One thing that we didn't know about was that you have to leave your key at the front desk when you leave the building. We didn't feel comfortable leaving all of our belongings in the hands of someone we didn't know that is hopping out for a cigarette break every 2 minutes. Another problem we came across was that the internet was terrible. After finally connecting it was so slow that it took about 10 minutes to load a single web page. The night we got in the customer service was good. We were thrown off and felt weird about the key issue but the man running the front desk was courteous and accommodating. The guy in the morning was polar opposite. We had to wait while he finished his cigarette outside the glass door we could see him through. He finally came back in and we let him know we were checking out. He found our receipt and told us we had 2 more nights left, we left him know we were checking out and wouldn't be staying the last 2 nights. He then told us we owed him 8 euro for city tax. My fiance told him there was no chance we were giving him 8 euro and without looking up he handed us our receipt and said we were all set. He didn't ask what was wrong or why we were leaving early. They do not care about what guests think and rely solely on location and people booking before understanding what they are getting themselves into. I would never recommend this hotel to anyone, and if I ever hear of anyone going to Rome I will tell them to stay away. If I could give this place 0 stars I would.

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  • Stayed 1 night , room was fairly modern and quiet

  • Other than the elevator being too small I generally enjoyed my stay here

  • Close to the termini station

  • clean and tidy

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