Great hotel, nice modern room/bathroom in a boutique style hotel.
Loved the location, easy to walk to lots of the monuments and taxis always passing the hotel. Plenty of places to eat.
The breakfast room is fairly limited but was fine for us, mostly pastries/toast/fruit with some savouries that changed most days.
Hotel staff were very helpful.
Would definitely recoomed for anyone staying in Rome!
Location good – walking distance to many attractions and close to many restaurants/cafes. Staff very nice. Good breakfast included. WIFI a bit flaky. Advertised laundry facilities but we were advised only a laundry service. Room very comfortable , nice bathroom.
Traveller from Adelaide, Australia
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The location was great with a short walk to both the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps. The hotel is located on the second floor easily accessible by an elevator. The front desk person was very helpful and suggested a great Cafe for a nightcap of limoncello which is a must when in Rome. The room was nicely decorated even with the furniture being a bit dated. Overall we would recommend this hotel.
Traveller from San Francisco
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This hotel is perfect in location and accommodations. The location is at the foot of the Spainish Steps in the designer shopping area. When we arrived and I saw the location I was concern the hotel would be noisy but it WASN'T it was very quiet. You can walk to most places you would want to see. The staff was polite,friendly and most helpful. The beds were very comfortable and the staff offered to provide a different pillow if the ones on the bed didn't feel comfortable. The breakfast was excellent and would have something for everyone. The breakfast area was warm comfortable and charming. The staff constantly checked to make sure everything was to your liking.
This hotel is on one floor of an old courtyard building on the Corso in the center of everything. You enter through fairly unmarked doors and then find the signs to the stairs or elevator to take you up to the hotel lobby. It is a small venue, not many rooms. Ours was a very small room, dark, with no view. Since our main objective was to be out in Rome, this room was excellent for sleeping, showering, and regrouping for the next outing. The staff, English speaking, were very welcoming and accommodating.
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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
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.