The room was tiny and the shower even more so. The water pressure was 10/10 amazing. If you are going on a site-seeing tour in Rome I'd highly recommend. Staff was wonderful more help than I can tell you. so in short -
Small / Great Location / Superb Staff.
Traveller from Las Vegas
If you are looking for a welcoming Town House Suite in Rome , within walking distance of St Peter's Square and the Vatican …More
Lovely trip to Rome, staying in a comfortable hotel with courteous staff. Easy to get to major sites.
From the airport get the SIT Vatican bus, 6 Euros each and you get off at
Plaza Cavour, 10 minutes walk to the hotel. Bus takes about 45 minutes.
Stayed three days and visited Vatican museums, Forum and Colosseum, Trevi fountain and Spainish steps, all busy but well worth it. We did buy beat the queues tickets because of our limited time.
Went on an evening tour, including dinner, seeing the sites at night, included a short walk around Trasrevere area, well worth it.
Hotel situated in a pedestrian street, Lined with small restaurants and a few shops.
The hotel was rated very high that is why I booked it. The hotel close to Vatican but area itself is not the best one.
The rooms are specious and nice, good and big bed , in general rooms are much bigger than in many other hotels. No personal touch like shampoo and body lotion, it is not really expensive stuff but shows how the guests are looked after.
Good breakfast , good staff , a bit away from things , pool doesn't open till June but may is so hot ! Disappointed . Rooms could be cleaner deep down , we got a smoking room very appreciated . Coffee etc well stocked daily . Road a bit nosy if window open . All in all prob 3 star but still really nice .
The hotel is within walking distance of all the major attraction in Rome. The view of The Vatican from the roof-top terrace is amazing. We had a wonderful four day break and the staff at the Hotel were on hand for all our requirements, Willy the barman on the terrace was great. We will definitely be going back
Great location near Piazza Di San Pietro. Wonderful staff, Salvatore and Antonio (apologies if I got the name wrong) were molto friendly and helpful. The rooms were a great size, the beds were very comfortable (and on the firmer side, which we liked) and the shower was great at the end (or beginning) of a day of sightseeing. The breakfast had a lot of variety and was quite delicioso, especially the fruit salad. Highly recommended hotel. Grazie mille!
The hotel La Rovere, housed in a small 19th century palace, is situated in Rome, near the Vatican walls, only 100 meters …More
The world's smallest country, Vatican City is dominated by St Peter's, Christendom's largest church. Michelangelo's humbling 'Pietà' and his Sistine Chapel ceiling frescos are among the world's greatest works of art. The Aurelio area is named after the ancient Via Aurelia, the main road that connected Rome with Spain, and is convenient for visiting the city's sights.