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Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

This is our last night at the Roman Boutique I hotel.
It really is an unusually decorated hotel with it's Greek and Roman frescoes throughout the whole building. Floor to ceiling wall mirrors, panels of fake fur here and there and lots of timber doors and handrails.
The rooms are a decent size with telephone, TV with limited channels, mini fridge, excellent wi-fi in the rooms, massive bed, hairdryer (not a very powerful one though), a couple of electric sockets, large dressing table with huge mirror, balcony with chairs and table, three door wardrobe and a nice, clean but dated bathroom.
Tiled floor throughout our room so if you drop anything you can probably call it broken.
The desk staff were friendly and polite, the restaurant staff not quite as good but efficient at clearing and resetting tables and keeping the various containers topped up. Usual European buffet breakfast, fruit, yoghurt, cereals, cheeses, meats, bread, tea, coffee and fruit juice on the cold buffet. Hot buffet has bacon, sausage, beans, mushrooms, two or three different egg products but nothing is ever piping hot and the bacon is always streaky not back bacon.
The pool is not very big and unfortunately the potted plants look way too big to be round the pool. There is a tree growing close to the pool and it's branches are hanging over the pool now so there is quite a lot of shade if that's what you need.
The hotel is situated on Tombs of the kings avenue immediately across the road from Kings avenue mall. The avenue is usually busy but there is a light controlled crossing just round the corner from the hotel reception.
It is a 15 minute walk down the road to the bus station, free car park and harbour but be aware that due to building work there is a section of footpath on both sides of the road which is hardcore, not paved.
There are quite a few good restaurants, snack bars and bars within a 20 minute walk of the Roman, if you have children who like a burger king or mcdonalds then there are a couple of those also (burger king in the shopping mall and mcdonalds on Tombs of the kings avenue).
As we didn't have evening meals in the hotel we cannot comment on the quality, quantity or value of the hotel food, we much prefer to shower, change and have a steady walk to a restaurant then lounge on the seafront with a beer or iced latte.
Within walking distance is the Tombs of the kings which is cheap enough(€2.50) but it lacks a place to get a drink if you forget to take one in with you.
All in all the hotel does exactly what you want it to, provide a place to clean up and kip without too many frills.
There are plenty of places in the area to hire a car at reasonable rates if you need one.

Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
3  Thank Bryan B
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Reviewed 8 September 2017

We have just spent 3 weeks in the Roman and we really enjoyed ourselves. Don't be under any illusions, it is 3 stars so don't go expecting super luxury. That said it is clean, comfortable, quirky, the staff are lovely and the pool area is gorgeous.

We were bed and breakfast so only but we felt that it had everything you could want and was very tasty. We did eat at the pool bar most lunches and the food was lovely. That said it wasn't fast but then you're on holiday, what's the rush?! The banana milkshakes were lovely.

The pool area isn't huge but it doesn't open until 10am because it is used as a breakfast area in the morning so you don't need to get up at 5am to bagsy a bed! There is another pool in the Roman 2 which is just over the road. It's a rooftop pool so there is no shade at all and the pool is smaller and shallower. I only went up for a nosey once in the two weeks and it was deserted. The pool bar wasn't open and there was nobody there but you do get nice views of the archeological park.

It is excellently located; opposite the mall that has a supermarket in it, 15 minutes walk from the harbour and right on Tomb of the Kings Road which has loads of bars and restaurants (it took me about 20 minutes to walk all the way to the Tomb of the Kings).

The only drawbacks for me was that the beach which is five minutes away wasn't very nice but there is a bus stop two minutes from the hotel for you to get to Coral Bay which is gorgeous. The other thing was that the hotel bar wasn't open at all when we were there but you have so many on your doorstep (try Bens on the corner) that it wasn't a deal breaker.

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Mog_Newt
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Reviewed 6 September 2017

Someone went to a lot a trouble to put together this quirky hotel, inspired by a Roman villa. The details are everywhere!
The location is excellent right across the street from the Mall with easy access to the harbour, tombs and mosaics.
Breakfast is modest.

  • Stayed: June 2017, travelled with family
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2  Thank Regi13
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Reviewed 4 September 2017

We arrived late in the evening and found the interior very interesting. It was definitely not an ordinary hotel. The design of the room was also very special, but I wish they had spent some more time on the details. There was only one bedlight, which on the other hand was very light without a cover so that it was useless as a reading light if the other person wanted to sleep. Also there was no lamp at the desk, only in the ceiling.
There was a puddle of water under the airconditioning, but we were a bit too tired to complain since it was late. The toilet was very difficult to flush. Also there was no kettle for making tea or coffee. There was a fridge, which was empty.
Anyway, the bed was quite good even though the pillows were too big, and we turned the AC off and slept well. Our room was facing the road on the backside of the hotel, and a huge ugly shopping mall, but we were too tired to be annoyed by the constant traffic.
The area around the hotel is not very interesting, the huge mall could of course provide some relief if it is too hot in the middle of the day.
Breakfast was not too bad, and I later saw that you could have gluten free products if you asked for them, but I had brought my own bread. Coffee was good, but there was no real juice, just some sweetened kind of nectar, which tasted bad.
Signs telling that you were not allowed to take away food from breakfast, otherwise they would charge you did not make you feel welcome.
All in all, this is an interesting hotel, definitely not tasteful, but at least different than most other hotels. But it should be taken care of better, and some more effort should be spent on the details. And the staff seemed a bit tired. It is a decent place to stay for a night or two, but I would not like to spend a week here.

  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 31 August 2017

The Hotel is not your regular looking kind of hotel, but it is super friendly, very clean and really quite quaint. The Breakfast is vast there is a choice of everything - cereals, fruit, yogurts and hot options, it has a lovely little pool set in a garden type surrounding. If you want a trip away from all the hustle and bustle then this is your place. I travelled alone and felt very very safe.

Room Tip: There are Two Roman Hotels - unlike me be sure you try to check into the correct one !!!
  • Stayed: August 2017, travelled solo
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2  Thank Jackie M
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