Nice location near Spanish steps. Small charming hotel, hospitable staff.
No kettle in the room. The exhaust fan in the bathroom is noisy.
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!
The rooms are very small, even for Europe. The staff was very inviting & extremely knowledgeable of the area. The room key had to be returned every time you left the hotel which was quite unusual to get use to.
The staff was very helpful all the time with smiling faces which means a lit
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 ...
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!
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.
Rome is a destination truly unlike any other, built upon the historic riches of the Roman Empire and the Catholic Church. Both these organisations gathered cultural relics and artistic expertise from around the world, culminating in such attractions as the Colosseum, the Pantheon, and the Arch of Constantine, as well as the Sistine Chapel, and St. Peter’s Basilica.
Visitors will be truly awed by the sites the discover during their visit to Rome, whether its artwork by the likes of Raphael and Michelangelo, or the ruins of the old Roman Senate. However, like many other regions of Italy, Rome is also home to its own unique culinary delights that visitors will not want to miss out on, including the local favourite pasta, carbonara. Being the capital of Italy, Rome also has plenty of opportunities for you to taste delicacies from other regions, such as Tuscany and Napoli.
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