We felt like we had our own apartment in the centre of the designer district . In between the Spanish steps and piazza del popolo. There were some fantastic restaurants & bars very nearby. Even though the breakfast only consisted of coffee & croissants, we never felt hungry mid- morning , it saw us through till lunch ! ( you can pay a supplement for more if you wish ). Lovely , friendly staff who were very helpful . Loved the silk wallpaper on the walls & the ornate ceiling . Would certainly recommend ! Thank you to all the staff at Residenza canova tadolini !
Traveller from oxford
The Town House Suite in Rome Canova Tadolini Residenza - Relais Piazza di Spagna is situated in the heart of Rome, on via del …More
We were welcomed with canapes and Prosecco, then had exceptional service from every member of the staff, from the waitresses in the restaurant to the concierge attention and recommendations. We shall certainly return to this hotel when in Rome again.
Perfect for walking to most ( if not all) downtown Rome attractions. The hotel is clean, well kept in a rustic charm style ( modern, but by design looks and feels distinctly old school) - the Happy Hour (s) are not to be missed and not just a great value but a great opportunity to socialize and share your experiences and advice with others. No restaurant but the staff have great recommendations of the best around within a few minutes walk.
A fabulous modern hotel embracing Rome's history of Art. The hotel staff were attentive, helpful and professional. Breakfast was plentiful, varied and tasty. The rooms were well kitted out with robes and slippers for that extra touch. The location was perfect.
We stayed for 2 nights to enjoy Rome and visit family who live just outside the centre. Location is good, along a busy, narrow street that is close to good shops and facilities. On arrival (late pm) we entered our room and noticed a bad smell of drains - this got worse the next day (it became a very bad smell that was not acceptable) so we asked to move room. The staff informed us the drain smell 'sometimes happens' and that the hotel was full - however, they managed to move us to another (smaller) room. Rooms seem dated but were clean and staff were generally very good and polite. I suggest the hotel investigates the smell issue urgently and sorts it out - it will get worse when the weather gets hotter soon.
We found very easy to go from Roma Termini Railway Station to Inn Spagna House by metro. The Hotel is a short distance from Spagna train station. Lively area. Walking distance to main attractions. Not a traditional hotel, though. No breakfast. We stayed in the annex building, feel like renting a small apartment (without a kitchen). Silent. Simple but spacious room, good for family of four wanting to stay together. Reasonable price for the location.
Traveller from Brazil
A great alternative to traditional hotels, Inn Spagna Deluxe Rooms Town House Suite offers value lodging and personalised …More
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.