Location is excellent as based right in the centre of Rome. Hotel staff are very friendly and helpful - rooms are clean. Avoid booking small bedrooms as they lack natural light and are chlostrophobic.
the hotel decor is very traditional steeped in history and would highly recommend it, but would also highlight that this is not a modern looking hotel and subsequently, overall is a bit dark due to its decor and lack of windows that let in natural light.
The hotel is located in a tiny lane. When the taxi stopped in front, I wasn't sure if we made the right decision to stay there since we are more used to staying at 4-5 star hotels. We stayed in a junior suite. It was large with a separate the bedroom separate from the living area. Very comfortable. The only problems we had were that the TV's didn't work well and the shower is a little difficult to figure out but the shower power is strong. The service is wonderful. The front desk will help you to make restaurant reservations or whatever else that you may need. About a 10-15 minute walk to the Spanish Steps. Don't go to the rooftop Japanese Restaurant. It was fake Japanese Food. I will stay at this hotel again.
We found the staff very helpful and the room overlooking the inner courtyard was clean and peaceful. Go up onto the terrace as it is very quite and there are some lovely view of the rooftops over the area and in the evening you can get a drink or meal up there.
The breakfasts were ok but I have had better in smaller lower graded hotels.
The hotel is in the best place to get to all the attractions on foot. The Spanish steps just a five minute walk, with numerous restaurants, cafés and high end shops. As well as the obvious historical sites there is a lovely park above the piazza de popalo with spectacular views and a really nice cafe/restaurant.
The hotel's location is very good. It is 3 min walking from piazza del popolo and max 30 min walking from piazza venezia. 15-25 min walking from all Rome main attractions except Vatican and roman forum.
4 min walking from Metro station.
The staff is very nice and helpful.
Room is spacious and clean with good facilities. The only problem is the air conditioning. It is not good enough given the size of the rooms.
I would recommend this hotel to anyone who would like to spend a few nights in Rome for sight seeing and walk in Rome old streets.
This hotel was a great place to come to relax after a long day of sightseeing. It was extremely hot while we were in Rome and it was a relief to get to the hotel as the air-conditioning was exceptional.
This is a beautiful hotel run by equally beautiful people. The room was stunning and in keeping with the era of its origins. We were welcomed so nicely. The bar is classy and the barman can make fabulous cocktails. I know, I tried a few! The breakfast buffet covers all tastes and is plentiful and fresh. We had breakfast every morning in the cool courtyard. We also sat and viewed Rome from the rooftop terrace. The Locarno is well placed to see all the sights. About 5 mins walk to the Spanish Steps and a few minutes more to the Trevi Fountain . When we went it was 38° during the day but the rooms are airconditioned so we slept well as its in a quiet road. Can't recommend this highly enough. We will be returning.
Very well placed hotel with easy access to the Spanish Steps but in a quiet alley.
Room was disappointingly small but well cleaned daily by staff.
Front desk very helpful and friendly.
Breakfast decent with amazing fruit selection.
Traveller from London, UK
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Via Margutta is one of the prettiest streets on Rome! The staff at the front desk had great recommendations, and we're very helpful. The rooms were small, and our bathroom took maneuvering to use... We had twin beds that were smaller than our twins at home, but the sheets were linen ! Very nice touch ! Overall - modern, great location, helpful staff, fabulous breakfast, and I would highly recommend this hotel.
Rome's largest, most spectacular fountain, the Trevi Fountain is a baroque extravaganza, its ancient sea gods and gushing water dominating a tiny piazza. Immortalised in Fellini's film, 'La Dolce Vita', this is the place to toss your coins to ensure your return to the Eternal City. The three streets radiating from the piazza lead to the historical centre and sights of the Quirinale – one of the original seven hills.