This hotel has a terrific location and we found the breakfast buffet and rooms to be quite pleasing. We also enjoyed the fitness room and the close proximity to Villa Borghese for walking. There are several nice restaurants nearby and of course, you are close to all of the major sites in Rome. We would definitely stay again in the future!!
we really enjoy staying at this hotel. price is reasonable and good walking distance to restaurants, shops,
scenery. we walked to fountain Trevi and take metro to go to Vatican city and take a tour to see Vatican
Museum and Sistine Chapel, it was a good experience although the crowd is too much. However,
we had a good time in Rome.
I was at the hotel for 8 nights. Really enjoyed my stay. It is clean, nice and modern.
The breakfast was excellent... good selection. Much better than a lot other hotels I have stayed at for the same price and rating. I would certainly recommend it to a friend and stay there again.
I liked the location as it was easy to get everywhere but I was not necessarily in the middle of all the noise. There are some restaurants around that are great.
As I travel, I tend not to repeat restaurants as to try different things... we went twice to "Il Gatto e l'Uva" which is around the corner.
All in all a very pleasant experience.
"If you want a good night's sleep book this hotel"
Loved this hotel. Quiet in the middle of one of the noisiest capitals in Europe. Room was lovely, very clean, feather quilt and nice linen and I slept like a log which I NEVER do normally.
Blue Bar was disappointing. Staff never checked if everything was okay and guests had to get up from tables to find them. Plates were not heated so food was cold. Better to go to one of the many restaurants nearby. In the Blue Bar courtyard no staff ever appeared to ask if we wanted anything. Always we had to go searching for someone. It shut at midnight though so no noisy revellers keeping you awake
Nice breakfasts. Everything you wanted and lots of staff about to help
Overall I would definitely recommend this hotel if you want to explore Rome in the day then come back and have a great night's sleep.
Made famous by 'La Dolce Vita' film in 1960, the Via Veneto is going through a glamorous renaissance. Bars, restaurants, chic hotels and boutiques all vie for attention in the street which coined the expression 'paparazzo' – the surname of the photojournalist in the film. Nearby, the Spanish Steps are the place for lovers' trysts, shopping, and honing the Italian art of 'dolce far niente' – idling and people-watching.