3 star hotel Hotel Pavia

5.9 /10
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5.9 Average Guest Rating based on 43 scores, of which 86 with reviews.
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A small historic palazzo with a lovely garden houses the elegant and well-kept rooms of the Hotel Pavia, one of the most esteemed 3-star hotels in Rome on the Termini area.

The cozy atmosphere of the hotel's common rooms, reception, hall, TV room, free internet point (4 broadband stations) and bar, are enhanced by the services the hotel offers its customers for the best accommodations in Rome.

The professional and courteous reception staff is available 24/7 to greet guests and provide all useful tourist information as well as book guided tours and excursions in Rome and its surroundings (airport transfer also available upon request). Customers who travel by car can use the garage (at a fee) just around the corner from the hotel. Internet point, fax and complementary newspapers complete the Hotel Pavia service range.

25 rooms, well-kept and pleasant, with top level comfort and service for a 3-star hotel in Rome can be found at the Hotel Pavia. Singles, doubles, queen beds, triples and quadruples are available to meet all guests' needs, all with private bath, shower, hair dryer and complementary bathroom accessory kit.

Some rooms overlook the beautiful Santa Maria degli Angeli cloisters in the Terme di Diocleziano compound, each room has internet access, sat TV, mini-bar, safe and air conditioning for a pleasant stay in a hotel in Rome.

The complementary continental breakfast buffet is served in the breakfast room or in your room from 7 a.m. to 10 a.m..

Facilities of Hotel Pavia

General
24-Hour Front Desk, Family Rooms, Garden, Non-Smoking Rooms, Pets Allowed

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5.9 Average Guest Rating based on 43 scores, of which 86 with reviews.
  • Rooms
  • Cleanliness
  • Staff
  • Services
  • Price/quality

These comments and evaluations about Hotel Pavia were made directly by our customers which have booked through Traveleurope. Scores are based on a 1 (poor) to 10 (excellent) rating system.

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    Hotel Pavia The hotel was close to the train station and that was a plus for us. The staff was very friendly and accomodating.
    Hotel Pavia The first night there was not a room available to us even though I'd booked months in advance. The staff moved us to a hotel next door but the rrom there was tiny and uncomfortable. They did move all our luggage up the stairs the next day.

    8.8

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, USA
    • April 2012
    Hotel Pavia My friend stayed here a month before me and that's why he suggested it to me. Good value for money overall. Well situated near the train station.

    7.0

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, Georgia
    • August 2011
    Hotel Pavia We found it very easily from the train station. We thought it was worth it, good value for money.

    7.8

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • August 2011
    Hotel Pavia My friends i were on a low budget. Good value for money. Good location to visit Rome.

    7.7

    • Group
    • Anonymous, Australia
    • July 2011
    Hotel Pavia The area is well connected to the city centre, a few steps from the central railway station. Rooms are clean and simple. Good value for money if you do not want to spend a fortune.

    8.0

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Australia
    • July 2011
    Hotel Pavia Easy to find from the train station. Simple but clean. I might go back to this hotel.

    6.9

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, Norway
    • July 2011
    Hotel Pavia The hotel is situated close to the city centre. Low budgte accomodation with no frills, but clean.

    7.4

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Cyprus
    • July 2011
    Hotel Pavia Very convenient to the Termni Station. Staff very courteous and friendly. Some of facilities (such as A/C didn't work and a possibility to heat water for a cup of tea or coffee would have been welcome. Loved it's unassuming tucked in location and will recommend it to others looking for a good central location with very reasonable rates. Arrivederci Roma y Hotel Pavia.

    7.3

    • Senior couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • May 2011
    Hotel Pavia It was better than we expected for the price we paid. Excellent location, clean rooms and courteous staff.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • April 2011
    Hotel Pavia We were a group of 4 all travelling to Rome for the first time. Good location to explore Rome. We all had a very good stay.

    8.5

    • Group
    • Anonymous, Finland
    • April 2011
    Hotel Pavia They staff were more than helpful, wonderful people, hotel close to the station.

    8.5

    • Group
    • Beemsterboer, Australia
    • April 2011
    Hotel Pavia Un hotel molto semplice. Buona la posizione. Ci hanno accolto benissimo.

    8.0

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • April 2011
    Hotel Pavia I strongly recommend this hotel to anyone. Clean, central and well mainteined.

    8.3

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Germany
    • March 2011
    Hotel Pavia We were a group of friends taying at the hotel Pavia, all with a limited budget. Good location to walk to most of the sights.

    7.7

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • March 2011
    Hotel Pavia It was easy to walk everywhere from this hotel. Basic, clean and functional rooms. Breakfast was good.

    8.0

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Germany
    • March 2011
    Hotel Pavia Near the city centre. Rooms were clean. Friendly staff. I would stey there again.

    8.5

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, Denmark
    • February 2011
    Hotel Pavia It is a quite good accomodation, not too far from the centre. Adequate rooms, clean and comfortable enough. Good value for money.

    8.0

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Sri Lanka
    • February 2011
    Hotel Pavia From this hotel it was easy to visit all the tourist sights, if you like walking, everything is located within a reasonable walking distance.

    8.0

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • February 2011
    Hotel Pavia A quiet , convenient and friendly hotel near Termini. I'll stay there again.

    9.1

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, USA
    • February 2011
    Hotel Pavia It is a simple hotel excellent if you are just looking for a place to rest after a long day seightseeing in Rome.

    7.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • February 2011
    Hotel Pavia Good location, near the Termini station and within wlaking distance from the main sights. Rooms were simple and clean. Staff were accomodating and helpful.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Ireland
    • January 2011
    Hotel Pavia This hotel is located within easy walking distance from the train station, colesseum and many other sights. Rooms were rather basic but clean. Vast selection of food for breakfast.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Switzerland
    • December 2010
    Hotel Pavia Located near the termini station, easy to get everywhere either walking or by public transport. Simple, with no frills hotel. I'd probably go again.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, India
    • December 2010
    Hotel Pavia Quite good location. Rooms were very clean and bed linen chenged everyday. Staff were very welcoming.

    7.5

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, USA
    • December 2010
    Hotel Pavia This hotel is very close to Termini railway station and, since I was travelling by train, it was extremely convenient.
    Hotel Pavia Room was crowded and not very up to date. TV didn't work.

    6.9

    • Solo traveller
    • Anonymous, Canada
    • October 2010
    Hotel Pavia We only spent the night and did not use any of the facilities. The staff was very helpful. We had a room for 4 that we could barely walk in and a change in arrangements which they did not try to accommodate at all.

    5.9

    • Group
    • Lynn, USA
    • October 2010
    Hotel Pavia We choose the place because it was the "cheapest" close to the termini station. At 130Euros, it's not really cheap .... but everything else was! You have to pay 13Euros if you wish to have ac in your room! 2 weeks in Italy and this was the worst we had!

    5.0

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Canada
    • September 2010
    Hotel Pavia Centrally located. Rooms are tiny but clean. Staff are very friendly. Good if you are on a budget and wish to stay in centre.

    7.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, Australia
    • July 2010
    Hotel Pavia From the room we could enjoy the view of the romans ruins. Room and bathroom very small but quiet and clean. Staff made evrything to make our stay comfortable.

    8.5

    • Young couple
    • Anonymous, USA
    • July 2010
    Hotel Pavia The Hotel Pavia was a nice, quiet place to stay. The issues we had were: the shower door was broken and falling off, and the window would not close correctly. Otherwise, it was a nice, basic hotel. Pretty good deal for the money. Location in the city was excellent!! Staff was average. Not overly friendly. Just average.

    4.9

    • Group
    • Anonymous, USA
    • September 2008
    Hotel Pavia The was no body on reception the first evening we were at the hotel at 10.00pm. Anyone could have walked into the hotel and taken the key to my hotel room. The rooms were very very small. There was not a proper show in the bathroom as it was so small. The breakfast was below par and also no air conditioning.

    5.7

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, United Kingdom
    • July 2007
    Hotel Pavia I was woken several times by the hall door slamming, people talking in the hall, and flushing of the toilet in the the common bathroom (which was next to my room). Otherwise, it was fine.

    8.0

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Canada
    • June 2007
    Hotel Pavia The hotel and services are very good. The hotel is clean and the staff is friendly. It also has a great breakfast which is included and internet access is free. The room we had was very quiet as we faced the back of the hotel. At the time we were there, all the rooms were booked by visitors. The general location is not the best as it is near the train and bus terminal (Termini) but if you need to get on the subway, it's a very handy location. Also, the location is a bit of a walk from the various sites probably a 20 minute (+/-) walk but there is a lot to see on the way. Some of the other sites such as the vatican and the spanish steps can easily be reached by subway. We would go back.

    8.6

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Canada
    • June 2006
    Hotel Pavia We stayed in Hotel Pavia for two nights when we arrived in Rome. The room was clean, the bed was fine and the bathroom was small but adequate. I was very happy with the hotel because I had read so many bad reports about it. However, I was travelling for a few days and returned to Rome and stayed in the Hotel Pavia again. The room that I was given this time was seriously damp, smelled, the bathroom was a shoebox with a horrible shower curtain instead of a proper shower. The bed was like bricks, there was no comfort. I don't think the room had seen sunlight of fresh air for quite a while. The only good thing I have to say about this hotel is the location, it is directly across from Termini station.

    5.6

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Ireland
    • February 2006
    Hotel Pavia We asked for a double room and were given a single with a double sqeezed into it. There was not enough room for two people to move in the room. We were hugely disappointed and angry, and we checked out after the first night, and were charged the deposit on top of the first nights stay.

    5.1

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Ireland
    • October 2005
    Hotel Pavia Excellent location, near station and the two main subway lines. The only complaint: it was not clear from the information on the web that there was a charge for the air condition.

    8.6

    • Traveller
    • Anonymous, Belgium
    • July 2005

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    Area information

    Among hotels in Rome near the Termini train station, Hotel Pavia is in the quiet Via Gaeta, just a 5 minute walk from the station, airport shuttle terminals and bus and subway stops that conveniently lead to all of Rome and its most beautiful and famous sits and monuments.

    Among hotels in Rome near the Termini train station, Hotel Pavia is in the quiet Via Gaeta, just a 5 minute walk from the station, airport shuttle terminals and bus and subway stops that conveniently lead to all of Rome and its most beautiful and famous sits and monuments.

    Travel information

    BY PLANE: From the Rome Fiumicino and Rome Ciampino airports, take a train (the Leonardo express from Fiumicino or the overhead rail FM4 or FM6 from Ciampino) or a shuttle for the Termini train station and get off at the end of the line. From here continue as described in by train.

    BY TRAIN: Hotel Pavia is near the Termini train station (100 meters): cross Piazza dei Cinquecento in front of the station, keep to your right and take via Gaeta. You're here. The hotel is at number 83.

    BY CAR:

    • From the North: from the highway, take the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare), and exit at Via Nomentana following directions for the center. Continue for 15 km to Piazza di Porta Pia. Continue straight along Via XX settembre and turn left on Via Pastrengo (right after the Treasury building) and left again on Via Cernaia. At the first stop light, turn right on Via Volturno. At the first stop light, turn right again, 30 meters ahead on your right is Via Gaeta. You're here: 100 meters down at number 83 is Hotel Pavia.
    • From the South: from the highway take the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare) heading towards Via Appia. Take the Appia exit and follow directions for the center. Continue on Via Appia Nuova for about 15 km to Piazzale Appio, go straight and keep to your right taking Via Merulana. Go straight until Piazza Santa Maria Maggiore. Pass on the right of the Basilica until you reach the stop light intersecting Via Cavour. Turn right and in Piazza dei Cinquecento turn left. Go straight, cross Piazza della Repubblica and turn right on Via Cernaia. At the first stop light, turn right on Via Volturno. At the first stop light, turn right again, 30 meters ahead on your right is Via Gaeta. You're here: 100 meters down at number 83 is Hotel Pavia.
    “The hotel was close to the train station and that was a plus for us. The staff was very friendly and accomodating.„
    Traveller USA