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Inn Augustus - Rome

Via Piave 61 - Rome

1-877-662-6988
Price starting from 40.00
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Centrally located in the heart of Rome, a few steps from the Aurelian walls and Porta Pia gate and walking distance from the celebrated via Veneto, the Augustus town house suite is an ideal base for discovering the most popular artistic, historic, and architectural sights of the city center.

This elegant town house, housed in an aristocratic building dating back to 19th century, features well-appointed rooms, complimentary wireless and wired Internet connection for guests, and luxury fittings, ensuring you a successful stay in the capital, whether you're here on a well-deserved Rome holiday or on business. 
Venere Guest Rating
Guest Rating 6.9 Fair
Based on 48 hotel reviews © 2014 Venere.com

Was a great stay, thank you for everything, greetings from "Pantheon", we enjoyed ...

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Breakfast at Inn Augustus

A free continental breakfast is available between 7:30 AM and 9:30 AM.

Inn Facilities at Augustus

  • Private ski bus
  • Shuttle service
  • Luggage room
  • City tour
  • Front desk - 24 hour
  • Lift/elevator
  • Room service - 24 hour
  • Internet/Email services

Know before you go

  • Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 999.99, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation.
  • No pets and no service animals are allowed at this property.

Policy

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card or cash deposit are required at check-in for incidental charges.
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges. Special requests cannot be guaranteed.
  • No onsite parking is available.

City tax and/or any other fees charged by the hotel

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Airport shuttle fee: EUR 50 per adult (one way)
  • Airport shuttle fee per child: EUR 0 (one way), (from 2 to 2 years old)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.


Unless otherwise indicated, the charges below are not included in the overall room price. If not included in the overall room price, they will be charged by the property at check-in or check-out. Charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book. This property told us they will charge you for the following:

  • A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 4 per person, per night, up to 10 nights. This tax does not apply to children under 10 years of age.
 

We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.

Inn Augustus is also known as

Hotel Augustus
Augustus Hotel Rome

7.8

Clean

7.1

Location

7.1

Quiet

6.3

Spacious

6.6

Service

Augustus Inn reviews

2.4
  • May 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • France

Small room, bad odor. No isolation from the neighbooring. Window openned on the back side of the hotel without any possibility to see other things toilet-paper. No facility. Very expensive for the result.

5.0 Ordinary
  • June 2009
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Switzerland

I spent the first two nights in a room marked "private" outside, where the water wouldn't evacuate in the shower, the airconditionning didn't work, the advertised DVD function didn't work, there was so little space in some parts of the room that you first had to close one door to be able to open the other... fortunately I was later given another room, as they couldn't fix the airconditioner. The person who travelled with me occupied another room where the window opened up into a cleaning cabinet...! After the first night, we were asked to move out of our two "single" rooms into one double room - for just one night... we obviously refused that! Another morning I had to leave my room and have breakfast in my friend's stuffy room (there are no breakfast facilities so it's served in the rooms) as they were trying to fix the airconditioner.. For payment, in the end, they wouldn't accept our credit cards, as apparently "it didn't work" that day... we had to get cash from a cash machine!! I do not recommend this place for the above-mentioned reasons - otherwise its location is great!! and the second room I occupied was nice + friendly - so if you're lucky and get a good room... why not?

7.5 Good
  • February 2007
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Italy

very nice place.. i'll be back soon!

6.7 Fair
  • July 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Single traveller
  • USA

good overall hotel.

8.3 Very Good
  • July 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with young children
  • Australia

We are a family of 2 adults and 3 children under the age of 4. To start with the hotel is a little difficult to spot, but if you look out for the street number rather than a hotel sign you will have no problems. They were extremely accomodating and placed us into there biggest room. It was the best hotel room we had seen in the whole 5 weeks we toured Italy, it had a working LCD screen TV that also doubled as a Computer with high speed internet, and the room had a double bed, a single bed and a fold out single bed with still room to spare, the shower also had body massaging jets. The location was very good in relation to getting to all the "noted" sights of Rome. The one thing that was unimpressive is the fact they don't serve breakfast they give you a coupon for 1 coffee and 1 croissant at a cafe down the road. NOT good for children who want to eat cereal and yoghurt etc. BUT there is a fridge in the room so we ended up buying our own breakfasts and storing it in the fridge. Then we would use the coupon as a "dessert" morning tea type thing. Overall it was a fantastic and friendly hotel, we would definatley recommend it and stay there again. I do want to add that I thought it was a little pricey, but with the added extra's in the rooms that you normally don't find in hotel rooms it did soften the blow a little.

8.6 Excellent
  • June 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with young children
  • Australia

We are a family of 2 adults and 3 children under the age of 4. To start with the hotel is a little difficult to spot, but if you look out for the street number rather than a hotel sign you will have no problems. They were extremely accomodating and placed us into there biggest room. It was the best hotel room we had seen in the whole 5 weeks we toured Italy, it had a working LCD screen TV that also doubled as a Computer with high speed internet, and the room had a double bed, a single bed and a fold out single bed with still room to spare, the shower also had body massaging jets. The location was very good in relation to getting to all the "noted" sights of Rome. The one thing that was unimpressive is the fact they don't serve breakfast they give you a coupon for 1 coffee and 1 croissant at a cafe down the road. NOT good for children who want to eat cereal and yoghurt etc. BUT there is a fridge in the room so we ended up buying our own breakfasts and storing it in the fridge. Then we would use the coupon as a "dessert" morning tea type thing. Overall it was a fantastic and friendly hotel, we would definatley recommend it and stay there again. I do want to add that I thought it was a little pricey, but with the added extra's in the rooms that you normally don't find in hotel rooms it did soften the blow a little.

2.7
  • February 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Group of friends
  • United Kingdom

As you can see we were very dissapointed with the hotel.we wondered if any one from your company had ever actually seen it.We paid for bed and breakfast there was no food or drink actually available at the Augusta had to go down the street to coffee shop with voucher!Shower flooded each time we used it bedroom very cold and damp.This hotel should not be advertised as a 3star Bet your glad you asked! Only good point it was in a good position for sight seeing though we would never have found it if we had not taken a taxi. Rome was beautiful.

7.5 Good
  • January 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Puerto Rico

we asked for a triple rm and the rm they gave us was a dbl rm w a squeezed extra bed in a corner. almost no room to walk. on the other hand, the beds ok/bathroom excellent/ ok for the price. we recommend.

10 Outstanding!
  • January 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • South Africa

This is a wonderful hotel, located in a very beautiful and central area. The staff are incredibly friendly, helpful and welcoming. We loved our stay here!

8.0 Very Good
  • December 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Spain

La recepción del hotel está en el segundo piso. El desayuno se hace en una cafeteria de las cercanías. Solo café y croissant.

8.1 Very Good
  • November 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple with children
  • Sweden

The hotell is small, situated on the second floor with only a modest sign at the entrance from the street. There is an elevator, but you have to carry your luggage a few steps in the stair anyway. For breakfast you get a ticket for a café across the street, where you can have a meagre continental brakfast. There are really no public areas in the hotel, except the small reception and a corridor. Aside from this, the hotel is very good value. The triple room we got was clean, quiet and nicely furnished. The reception personel were nice and helpful, and the reception is manned around the clock. Air condition did work, as did the internet connected computer. The surroundings are nice, with several good small restaurants within five minutes walking distance. There is a taxi station 50 meters from the hotel entrance, and several buses traffic the street outside. If this kind of hotel suits your needs, I would surely recommend it.

6.4 Fair
  • November 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Single leisure traveller
  • Italy

Anche se il rapporto prezzo/prestazioni è piuttosto conveniente se paragonato a strutture similari, le stanze sono piuttosto piccole e non esiste un locale dove consumare la prima colazione ma bisogna recarsi presso un bar nelle vicinanze convenzionato con l'albergo. Da segnalare la connessione internet in tutte le camere.

9.7 Outstanding!
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • USA

The Agustus was our last night in Rome after two weeks of travel throughou Italy. I booked it on Venere at 4:00 P.M. the same day. It was everything our First Hotel was arriving into Rome but 70 Euros per night cheaper. 90 vs 160 Euros per night. I would stay here anytime. Night manager even lent us an umbrella for a late night gelato run.

2.0
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Family Group
  • Spain

Augustus is the worst hotel I have never seen

4.0 Ordinary
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Germany

Als Erstbesucher Roms vergleichen wir mit europäischen Standards. Das Hotelpersonal war teilweise sehr unfreundlich und arrogant. Das kleine aber gut eingerichtete Zimmer war ziemlich laut (Fenster defekt, Verkehrslärm). Fast täglich wurden Kurzschlüsse verursacht, da die elektrische Anlage scheinbar völlig überfordert war. In einem benachbarten Café gab es italienisches Frühstück (Kaffee mit Hörnchen). Der vorhandene Safe war defekt. Wir würden das Hotel nicht nochmal wählen.

5.5 Ordinary
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • United Kingdom

We stayed there 2 nights. The first was great-no doubles were available so we were put into a nice, fresh and clean, spacious triple room with a lovely big window. The second night we were moved to a double, which had a filthy stained carpet, balcony with cigarette butts and ashtray on (YUCK!!!) and a really small room with no window. The shower has great water pressure and is nice and hot - and is one of those fancy ones with lots of valves for an all over wash; it's a pity that it did not work properly. Breakfast was in a friendly little Italian cafe round the corner

6.2 Fair
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

Buon rapporto qualità prezzo. L'Hotel occupa un piano di un palazzo dove abitano altre persone.

5.9 Ordinary
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple with children
  • Denmark

the room was very small and it was not possible too open the window because off the aircondition installation

9.8 Outstanding!
  • September 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple with children
  • United Kingdom

Good value

7.1 Good
  • September 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • United Kingdom

Personal im Allgemeinen recht freundlich, Nachportier spricht allerdings nur italienisch, was fuer manchen ein kleines Problem darstellen koennte. Das ruhige Zimmer war sauber und soweit in Ordnung. 3 Dinge nervten: das Fenster im Raum war so hoch oben, dass man haette auf einen Tisch steigen muessen, um herauszusehen, der Toilettensitz war wackelig und die Duschtuer liess sich nicht richtig schliessen (Ueberflutungsgefahr, da die Dusche sehr kraftvoll war). Die Bilder der Zimmer entsprechen der Realitaet, nur in Natura ist alles viel kleiner, als es auf dem Bild aussieht. Das Hotel nimmt nur einen Teil der 2. Etage eines Wohnhauses ein, ein kleines Fruehstueck gibt es in der netten Bar nebenan. An und fuer sich ganz in Ordnung, bei einem Zimmerpreis von 80 Euro stimmt das Preis-Leistungsverhaeltnis. Mehr waere allerdings ungerechtfertigt.

9.7 Outstanding!
  • August 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Single corporate traveller
  • Australia

What a great little hotel! The furnishings and especially the free unlimited internet in your room made this hotel stay very comfortable. Tucked away a short walk from the best sights of Rome, the rooms were very elegantly and traditionally presented (if a little small), with all the modern comforts. For the low price I paid it was extreemly good value.

7.9 Good
  • July 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple with children
  • Canada

Well placed, comfortable but small room. Very helpful staff.

9.3 Wonderful!
  • June 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Canada

We spent 2 nights (27-28Apr.'05) paying 75Euro/night - not bad for a 3 star hotel in centre Rome ! (you'd have to find the rooms at the second level of an old building, it's not a hotel with a grand entrance plus restaurant and all that !, but compare: I paid 58Euro/night for a double room at bed&breakfast, 5 nights in May, nice place though..) Very clean and well maintained rooms, access to TV-cable, computer and Internet - who needs them when you visit places all day long ?!:). Easy access to main plazzas/monuments by bus or tram (4Euro/one_day_pass), even walking 'cause you've got lots to see.Business area in the neighborhood, with many restaurants, grocery stores and shops (go a bit farther and you find even cheaper places for lunch/dinner). We weren't welcomed very well (waiting for an hour at reception), but that's pretty much the only issue. If you get this deal, or better, go for it ! D & V

8.5 Excellent
  • May 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Norway

The only problem was the incredubly slow receptionist, we almost didn't catch our plane becuase of her. She had to talk to someone on the phone for 15 minutes about something that claerly could wait, and we had to interrupt her finally. They aren't nice, but the room was perfect.

8.2 Very Good
  • May 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Family Group
  • Philippines

Location was ideal, near bus stop, restaurants and a department store. Staff friendly. Unlimited internet use. Only set back was the Triple room was too cramped.

6.8 Fair
  • April 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Family Group
  • Italy

Overall the stay was good for last minute booking. They say on the website that they have private parking for guest, they had no private parking. YOu had to find your own way around to find a parking spot. Other then that it was good for what we needed at the time.

3.9
  • November 2004
  • Venere Guest
  • Group of friends
  • USA

The room was not made up as requested. Some members of the staff were extremely arrogant and unpleasant.

2.3
  • August 2004
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • USA

We toured Italy and stayed at many hotels. This was the worst one by far. The hotels name is not located on the building therefore we has trouble finding its location. The room was awkward. The toilet was so close to the shower that one could not fully sit on it and the seat was broken. One has to be buzzed into the building to enter, on one occasion we were stranded outside because no one heard the buzzer. We had trouble sleeping because the wall were paper thin and the hotel manager was loud throughout the night. Overall it was our worst traveling experience. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone.

1.9
  • December 2010
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

8.7 Excellent
  • May 2008
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • Portugal

8.8 Excellent
  • February 2007
  • Venere Guest
  • Bulgaria

5.1 Ordinary
  • January 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Australia

8.8 Excellent
  • December 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • IT

8.8 Excellent
  • October 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Single leisure traveller
  • USA

8.5 Excellent
  • September 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Group of friends
  • USA

7.1 Good
  • July 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Single leisure traveller
  • USA

8.1 Very Good
  • March 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • USA

8.2 Very Good
  • November 2004
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple with children
  • France

5.9 Ordinary
  • October 2004
  • Venere Guest
  • Group of friends
  • Italy

8.7 Excellent
  • July 2004
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Denmark

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7.6 Good
  • May 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple with children
  • Spain

7.8 Good
  • October 2004
  • Venere Guest
  • Family Group
  • Spain

7.5 Good
  • December 2007
  • Venere Guest
  • Family with older children
  • Italy

3.5
  • August 2005
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Italy

6.6 Fair
  • July 2008
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Spain

6.2 Fair
  • February 2007
  • Venere Guest
  • Couple
  • Spain

5.5 Ordinary
  • January 2006
  • Venere Guest
  • Not Specified
  • Italy

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Room Details

Augustus has 8 guest rooms, all with Frette Italian sheets and climate control. LCD televisions with DVD players in each room provide entertainment and relaxation at the end of a busy day. Business travelers will have access to free wired and wireless high-speed Internet access as well as desks and safes during their Via Veneto visit. A good night's sleep in Select Comfort mattresses will have visitors waking up refreshed and well-rested throughout their holiday or business trip.

Minibars and coffee/tea makers are supplied in each room to facilitate basic travel needs. Additional comforts include air conditioning.

Accommodation Services

  • Air conditioning
  • Mini bar
  • Coffee and tea maker
  • Safe
  • Desk
  • Individually controlled air conditioning
  • High speed Internet access
  • Wireless Internet access
  • DVD player
  • LCD flat screen TV

How to reach Augustus Inn

By car
From North:
From the Grande Raccordo Anulare ring-road, take the Salaria exit. Take via Salaria, and straight on until Piazza Fiume. Then proceed on via Piave.

From South:
Via Grande Raccordo Anulare, Rome Ring road, following the direction for Casilina. Exit at Casilina - direzione centro and straight on until San Giovanni. From San Giovanni, take via Merulana towards Santa Maria Maggiore. Then follow the signs for Termini train station, direction via XX Settembre. Then take via Piave.

By train
From Termini train station, take the bus line n.36 or 90 and get off at the Porta Pia stop.

By airplane
The Roma Fiumicino airport is connected to the city by highway or by a local train service, called Leonardo Express, leaving every 30 minutes for Termini station.
The Roma Ciampino airport is just a few bus stops from underground line A terminus Anagnina. The ride to Termini takes about 20 minutes.

Distances from Inn Augustus

Piazza Fiume - 0.1 km / 0 mi
Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome - 0.2 km / 0.1 mi
Porta Pia - 0.3 km / 0.2 mi
Galleria Borghese - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Borghese Gallery - 0.6 km / 0.4 mi
Santa Maria della Vittoria - 0.7 km / 0.5 mi
Santa Maria degli Angeli - 0.8 km / 0.5 mi
Diocletian Bath - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi
Octagonal Hall - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi
National Central Library of Rome - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi
Piazza della Repubblica - 0.9 km / 0.5 mi
Globe Theatre Rome - 0.9 km / 0.6 mi
Palazzo Massimo alle Terme - 1 km / 0.6 mi
National Gallery of Ancient Art - 1 km / 0.6 mi
Umberto I Policlinic of Rome - 1 km / 0.6 mi
The closest major airports to Augustus are:
Rome (CIA-Ciampino) - 14.6 km / 9 mi
Rome (FCO-Leonardo Da Vinci) - 24.1 km / 15 mi

The preferred airport for Augustus is Rome (FCO-Leonardo Da Vinci).

Distances are calculated in a straight line from the property's location to the point of interest or airport and may not reflect actual travel distance.

Distances are displayed to the nearest 0.1 mile and kilometer.

Transportation services Guest House Augustus

  • Private ski bus
  • Shuttle service