Great location. Close to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and Piazza Venezia, with the charming Campo di Fiori right around the corner. The staff were very pleasant and accomodating. Always on their feet ready to point you in the right direction or suggest decent restaurants. However, the standard of the hotel wasn't particularly high. The discoloured shower didn't look clean and had bits missing, exposing rusty screws and chipped tiles. In its defence, it did have enough pressure and hot water to do the job. The toilet could barely flush, but that might just be a trait of Mediterranean plumbing in general. The bed was okay, the TV didn't work (the couple of times I gave it a go) and the hair dryer "took forever to do nothing" (quote, girlfriend). Overall it seemed like a worn 1980s hotel. Did expect more from the price. Wouldn't mind staying there again, but not before considering a fair share of alternatives.
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Stayed at the Hotel Teatro di Pompeo for 16 nights. A great place for dedicated tourists. In the medieval neighborhood, outside the tourist crush but very convenient to attractions, shopping, restaurants and neighborhood amenities. A friendly, helpful staff, with english proficiency more than adequate to help with directions, local transportation and shuttle services. Our room was clean spacious, airy and light... a view to the nearby Sant'Andrea dome. Very good continental breakfast downstairs under the stone arches. Excellent neighborhood bakeries nearby. Very convenient to the Campo di Fiori, Piazza navona and the Pantheon. Easy walk to the Vatican, Via Corso, the Forum and Trastevere across the river.