I cannot fault this hotel at all. Location is perfect, close to all the main sights. The rooftop restaurant is a great feature and provided a good breakfast. Outside are 2 more restaurants that belong to the hotel, where you receive a discount. The staff are friendly and helpful. The standard rooms are fairly small, but this is to be expected from a city centre hotel. The room however was well appointed and very clean.
My husband and I really enjoyed our stay at the hotel. The owner of the hotel was so welcoming on our arrival. The male member of staff was lovely and helpful. The room was nice and spacious, and was cleaned to a very good standard. The bed and pillows were comfy and the shower was also enjoyable. I enjoyed the breakfast and liked being able to take it back to the bedroom. If we ever going back to Rome - I would definitely stay here again.
i guess it is ok but not great...breakfast was not that good...Great garden but empty.
room cleaning came early around 9:30 and we had do not disturb sign , thus they never came back to clean
for the amount paid i think we should have had a better service
Nice size clean rooms! The beds were quite hard. Good location for seeing the sites! Site states free breakfast but it is realty juice coffee and bread. Not a problem for us but some may expect more. Very nice staff! I would recommend!
Traveller from North Carolina
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Lovely, clean and friendly hotel!! Staff were very welcome and couldnt help enough! The location is spot on and couldnt be more central, you can walk everywhere!! Not too far from airport either! Would strongly recommend!!
"Perfect location walking distance to everything "
Excellent customer service friendly staff clean rooms more than expected, I walk to piazza Venezia,trevi fountain, piazza di spagna, popolo,colosseum,cheap food nearby full of high name brands store near the hotel, cheap restaurants nearby if you are taking a cruise like us just take the train is only 4euros vs 120 for the taxi to civitavecchia the hotel gave us a map they even have umbrellas how cool is that lol if you are going to Vatican City just take the bus in front of the colosseum for 1 euro just ask people are extremely friendly we ask for directions and walk like crazy in case you get lost, just take a taxi but this hotel help us save a lot of money because they included breakfast and you have a high quality espresso machine inside room also they have bread and coffee for customers all day long. We definitely will be back very convenient thank you everyone from the cuevas family nov,2015
The location is absolutely good, easy to enjoy shopping, there were many Ristorante and Trattoria nearby, a couple of heritages within walking distance. I received good impression from front staffs and a porter, their heartful service and attitude towards guests were notable. The room was clean and comfortable compared with the price, the space was sufficient for two adults and two children aged 13 and 7. On the other hand, Wifi was not available for the last two days and some of the facility were old. As a whole, I was satisfied with the hotel and would like to visit there sometime in future again.
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.