we really liked the way it looked inside, very nice design, typical Italian. my wife and I loved it.
Nice location near Spanish steps. Small charming hotel, hospitable staff.
Giorgio was so welcoming and lovely! You could ask him anything and nothing was too much hassle! The room was beautiful, as was the breakfast! Amazing! Will definitely stay again, and be recommending to all my friends.
Loved this hotel! The rooms were very quiet, we couldn’t hear our neighbors at all! Also, the beds were extremely comfortable. The breakfast was delicious, especially the cappuccino and beignets...don’t miss out on those!
Spacious rooms and very clean. Great location next to train station
Easy walk from the train station, near city walls and the lounge/bar is gorgeous, worth a visit even if you don’t stay. The showers are amazing: water pressure, consistent temperature, plenty of space. Round bed was comfortable but would have liked a few more pillows/charging station was just one ...
I looked at many hotels for our week long Rome trip and finally settled on this one. Best choice ever! Everyone was so nice, friendly and accommodating and we even got an upgraded room. One night at midnight, we made a last minute decision to get up and tour The Sistine Chapel at 6:15 am. I asked ...
We reserved a double room which was very small but expected for Rome. However, the room was on the first floor in the back which felt like a basement with virtually no light. Also we could smell the chlorine from the ground floor spa and the kitchen as well. Finally we heard banging every night which ...
Staff were very helpful and kind. Great location on a quiet side street. Generous-sized rooms and a nice rooftop restaurant.
There’s so much to love about Rome. Famous for its hot summer weather, awe-inspiring architecture, historic sights and excellent food, it’s a city that caters to all sorts of visitors. Best of all, it’s packed with accommodation options that can suit any budget – and what’s more, you can easily browse and book hotels by using Expedia’s handy search tool.
Italy is a country rich with art history, and in its capital you’ll find new artworks to admire around every corner. The home of legendary artists such as Raphael and Michelangelo, the Rome of today is a haven for art lovers, crammed with numerous museums and galleries. For the ultimate art tour of Rome, start with the Sistine Chapel before moving onto the historic Borghese Gallery.
The collection of artworks at the Borghese Gallery was assembled in the 17th Century by Cardinal Scipione Borghese, and includes paintings by Titian and Caravaggio. The gallery is also housed in beautiful surroundings, just a short walk from the Bioparca di Roma zoo, the lakeside Temple of Asclepius and the Piazza di Siena. Nearby shops, cafés and transport connections make this the perfect area to book your hotel in.
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