Breakfast was plentiful - lots of types of teas, cereals, fruit, cheese, yogurt, etc.
Room has good a/c and is clean
Decoration is faultless
Close to metro station
Bed was a bit hard = used the extra comforters in the closet to make it softer
Some noise from outside - emptying garbage bins and cars
Rome is such an amazing city, from culture to culinary delights. Any less than 3 nights will be a mad rush to see all the main points. Food is amazing wherever you go. Great place is L'Archelogia on via appia, a short taxi ride out of the town centre but well worth the fine dining.
From the moment we arrived we had excellent service.We were allocated our room quickly and our bags were carried up by the porter.Our room was spacious and well furnished and comfortable.The hotel has a lovely roof top terrace and small restraunt.The view from here was beautiful.Breakfast was taken in a quirky downstairs basement and was very nice Good selection of food and plenty of choice.This hotel is in a good location for all sight seeing.
Arrived Saturday morning. Check in was speedy and staff very helpfull. Everything about the hotel and staff was excellent and its well situated for sight seeing without being too far out. The complaint I have is the temperature of the room. It was so hot you couldn't breath. No matter what you did to the aircon it made no didference had to sleep with the windo open. If they got that right the hotel would be perfect.
Very good location, staff very nice but older style rooms are not 5 star, they're ok but looking tired. If I had payed much more than I did I would have been disappointed with the room. We were however given the option to upgrade to the lovely new rooms for €120 euros per night. The new rooms look much more like the 5 star the hotel is aiming for and better suit the foyer etc but the upgrade cost was a little steep for us.
We arrived after 11 p.m. and the front desk was ready for us and very polite. Even at that late hour the desk clerk spoke enough English for us to have a quick and efficient check-in. Then off to our room, which was precisely what I had asked for. Often the people working the front desk remembered which room we were in and always were pleasant and helpful.
Traveller from Indiana
The Medici is a 3 star superior hotel, located in a late-nineteenth century building, in a very elegant and historical area …More
Stayed at the Quo Vadis Inn in June 2015. Hotel is located in a residential area 20 minutes walking distance from Termini Train/Bus station and 25 minutes walking distance from Spanish Steps. It's in a residential building where a large apartment was made into a 6-bed B'n'B. At night it's completely quiet. Room was clean, bed was comfortable. Too bad we didn't get to meet Luca as from what we can read in reviews he makes the stay so much better with his insights and help regarding what to do in the city etc. Staff without him tried to help us the best way they could however. Bus stop is 2 minutes away, 4 or 5 restaurants are within 2 minutes of walking, local market and 2 small supermarkets are all about 1 minute from the hotel - very convenient. If you don't need to stay in the city center, this small hotel is the next best thing, so I absolutely recommend it. One thing that wasn't so ideal however was breakfast. We were given coupons to one of the 3 tiny cafes that were close by. When we walked in, all we could get is one not so fresh croissant and coffee. In the cafe that was right next to the hotel, we actually didn't feel all that welcome. On Sunday, the bars were closed. But this was no big deal as everything else about the stay was great.
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.