They were very helpful and nice, they held our bags after checkout so we could explore the city some More
Fantastic location next to lovely bars and restaurants. Very quiet room which was spacious and decorated to a high standard. Staff exceptionally helpful and cheerful
It is very well located, at just 50m away from the subway
It is smack in the middle of Rome - everything is in walking distance. There is a quaint restaurant Angelino right behind the hotel with 5 star service and quality of food.
Didn't like a somewhat long wait for a taxi. Love the morning buffet staff.
Walking distance from the Train Station, very clean and big rooms. There are several dinning options close by. A little bit of a walk to all the main touristic attractions, but we still walked there.
Friendly and helpfull staff. Always smiling. Property and room nicely done. But....pricey at this time of year
The property is central Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps Basilica Colosseum are all within easy walking distance plus many more amazing attractions. Hotel is being classed as 4 star this has to be because of where it is situated as there are no tea or coffee facilities in room plus no irons are issued ...
Loved the 5th floor bar/restaurant/breakfast and rooftop space. Great place to relax and unwind after a day of touring. Excellent facility, friendly staff, beautiful room. Don’t have kids but loved the protected play area. A great find!
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