This is a quality hotel with all the attributes that you would expect from a 5* hotel. Staff were very friendly and helpful. The room was impeccably clean being cleaned twice daily. The facilities were fantastic with a very pleasant roof terrace and bar. The main bar and restaurant were excellent. Breakfast was a particularly pleasurable experience.
Traveller from Somerset, England
Housed in two renovated and restored 19th century villas- Grand hotel via Veneto features 116 oversized and spacious …More
Centrally located for sightseeing. Very helpful staff - we had never been to Rome before - they booked taxis, restaurants and made recommendations when asked. Rooms beautifully clean and quiet (we were on the top floor) Very modern interiors. comfortable bed. Just missing tea or coffee making facilities in the bedroom, otherwise it would have been 5 stars!
Fabulous hotel, friendly, helpful knowledgeable staff, beautifully decorated rooms and a breakfast room with a fabulous view of Rome to start your day.
Hotel staff were all excellent, very helpful with tips and information of what to see and how best to do it.
We stayed in junior suite, sadly only had internal views but was very comfortable, clean with all you need for a long weekend in Rome.
We had breakfast included which was served on the 6th floor with great views of the city. Buffet breakfast had all you would expect.
We also ate in the hotel's Mirabelle Restaurant which is on the 7th floor with equally good views, made for a wonderful romantic evening.
Hotel was clean and welcoming, rooms are modern although the one we had was on the small side for two people. Not central but in a good area. Approximately 20-25 minutes walk to central Rome. Overall, I would stay here again.
"Always excellent service!! and very good location."
Always excellent service!! and very good location. So, every time when I came Roma, I stayed this hotel. I have been many 5 star hotel(Intercontinental, Hassler....) in Roma. When considering the cost, Majestic is a best solution in Roma.
Having worked in 5star hotels throughout my career my expectations were high even fir a four star, and I'm delighted to say the Marcella matched and exceed them. The location I thought was perfect, easy to find but hidden away enough so it's not overrun with traffic outside.
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.