The Hotel Qurinale us well located for visits to the Coliseum, Roman Forum as well as shopping.
The bed is super comfortable, staff responsive, and the breakfast buffet has good variety. Some of the period carpets and furniture are a little worn; the lovely old grille elevator with its internal wooden doors is charming.
Room wasn't ready when we arrived at noon, but they stored our luggage in a secure area while we explored the city. Returning around 5pm, pleasantly surprised to have a room with a balcony, and our bags were already in the room. A staff member escorted us to our room and showed us how to operate lights, locate safe,etc. Not charged for drinks in mini bar(water,pop) until replenished is nice. Service is exceptional. Bed comfortable. 2nd floor has been remodelled (room 201) but still some older fixtures.
Location is great....close to Termini station and lots of good restaurants. Front desk arranged for a taxi to pick us up to go the airport. All staff very friendly and spoke excellent English which is a bonus. Stayed Friday and Saturday nights.
This is a perfect location to get to the major sites of Rome. The staff was fantastic at check-in finding a room that was ready since we were very early. They got us in so we could just rest before heading out to see the sites.
We were very pleasantly surprised with our stay at the Dharma Hotel. The hotel was surprisingly modern, with the rooms being fully renovated and very clean. The breakfast was nothing special, but I'm not going to complain about a free breakfast. We were most impressed by the location. It is less than 2 minutes from the subway and less than 5 minutes from the train station. It is also only a 10-15 minute walk to the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, 20-30 minute walk to the Colosseum, and 35-45 minute walk to the Vatican. We would definitely recommend the Dharma Hotel to anyone interested in visiting Rome!
Lovely clean hotel, staff were very pleasant the only down side was the air con - it didn't go below 19degrees - as it was rather warm we had to have the windows open at night- sadly this meant you could hear all goings on including the preparation for breakfast at 6am.
A stroll down the bustling wide street of Via Nazionale, filled with hotels, shops, and restaurants, will bring visitors from Piazza della Repubblica to Piazza Venezia. Just a short walk from the main train station Termini, Piazza della Repubblica is home to the stunning Fountain of the Naiads, as well as the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri, built into the baths of Diocletian.