Pros: Fabulous staff who couldn't do enough for us. The concierge, Anna, and Chiara, who checked us in couldn't have been more helpful during our stay. The hotel was immaculate and the gardens, beautiful. We felt very much taken care of on a very personal level. Thanks so much much for such wonderful service. We will definitely return.
Cons: It's a little away from the city but the hotel shuttle bus runs an excellent service. And besides, if we were in town, the room sizes wouldn't be as decadent.
Cons: If this hotel was anywhere else but in Rome, you would consider it old and run down. The furniture in the guest rooms is ancient and the decore is very tacky. They are trying to go for some "original decore" look, but unless they want to tell me that Julius Caesar stayed there himself it's not working. The furniture in the guest rooms are not "antiques"; they are just old.... Sadly I'm not sure there's much better in Rome. The city seems to get away with never having to remodel, update, or provide any amenities under the disguise of being "authentic."
Their "concierge" is useless. Other than showing you a map of the city and telling you how to get to the Vatican, they cannot/will not do anything to actually help you. They are really just untrained and glorified bellmen. Not what you would expect from a purported "luxury" hotel.
Finally, they seem to think that using the pool is an optional amenity. There's a charge if you want to sit anywhere by the pool. Chairs and beds are not free. What mutil-star hotel charge to use their pool??? That's the stupidest thing. The result is that everyone is forced to sit in a circle around the edge of the pool or to lay down on the concrete.
Pros: ilike the SPA and view
Cons: the way of dealing with the staff
specially concerage and room service they are very bad as 5 star hotels
nice support staff
Cons: bad location far from city center
hotel charges you for everything
Perched on 15-acres of Mediterranean private parkland overlooking the Eternal City and the Vatican, the Rome Cavalieri, part of Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts, offers 345 spacious guestrooms and 25 luxurious Suites and the exclusive Imperial Club. Dine in the 3-star Michelin restaurant La Pergola, peruse the world’s most prestigious art collection housed within a hotel, including an astonishing Tiepolo triptych, or relax in the 2500m² Grand Spa Club. The congress center can accommodate up to 5,500 delegates. This luxury hotel is a calm retreat in the heart of the Eternal City, and brings new meaning to notions of Italian style as well as new purpose to the fine art of exclusive hospitality.
Cons: Bathroom layout isn't ideal if sharing a room with a friend. Shower area doesn't have a door
All interior spaces are meticulously designed and unique to the Rome Life Hotel, with the aim of creating a welcoming, harmonious atmosphere for guests. From the subtle, elegant furnishings to the room lighting, and from the quality of the services to the competitive prices, the Rome Life Hotel is an exclusive and modern designer boutique hotel guaranteeing the utmost comfort for the perfect stay.
Pros: Very warm welcome on arrival and throughout the stay.
Very nicely decorated rooms.
Nice and Comfortable big bed.
Great location, most of the tourist points within walking distance.
Cons: These are only minor points, but I'd still happily stay there again:
Breakfast was fairly simple, no hot food.
You must check in before 10pm to avoid penalty charge and after midnight it's not possible to checkin. Our flight landed at 8pm in to Rome and We did make it there just before 10pm but it was a little stressful.
Located in Navona, this inn is within a 10-minute walk of Ponte Sant'Angelo, Castel Sant'Angelo, and Campo de' Fiori. St. Peter's Basilica and Piazza Navona are also within 15 minutes.
Pros: Perfect location. Room was very comfortable, clean, modern, overall extremely pleased with my choice. Staff very friendly and helpful. Rooftop bar and restaurant was a fabulous way to end the day and see sunsets. Will definitely stay at this property next time in Rome.
Pros: From rooftop terrace to being able to step onto Via Giulia and walk to everything, this hotel is a fabulous mix of location and comfort.
Cons: The subterranean spa, which is complimentary for guests, is okay but a little more rustic than we were imagining.
Pros: The service is top notch. Everyone is so friendly. They are always checking in to see how everything is going. Breakfast is really good too.
Cons: The room could be a little bigger and so can the bathroom.
The Hotel Indigo® Rome - St. George is a luxury hotel located in Via Giulia right in the historic centre of Rome amidst galleries boutiques and workshops. Our luxury hotel perfectly blends modern comforts with hints of our neighbourhood story as the original travertine marble walls and the murals celebrating the area’s long history of artistic expression. At I Sofà Bar Restaurant & Roof Terrace which moves at the top floor of the hotel during summer our chef Domenico Cassese handpicks seasonal ingredients and crafts farm-to-fork Roman recipes. Relax in our Roman bath including large whirlpool sauna and Turkish bath at our wellness centre. Our outdoor event space suits 200 and we’re at walking distance from Pantheon Vatican City Castel Sant’Angelo Piazza Navona Campo de’ Fiori and the Spanish Steps.
Pros: Helpful staff, clean, good beds, Great breakfast, great location
The Rome Times Hotel is located in the heart of the city, in the middle of Via Nazionale, renowned for shopping, and less than 10 minutes from the Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna and the Colosseum. A boutique hotel in Rome with an innovative and contemporary design, the Rome Times Hotel is a modern and exclusive building that provides every comfort necessary for an unforgettable stay.
Floris Hotel offers an airport shuttle and a great location, putting you within just a 10-minute walk of Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. You can unwind with a drink at the bar/lounge, and continental breakfast is available daily. Rooms offer flat-screen TVs, refrigerators, and minibars.
Cons: Front desk
Reception lady with very bad attitude
Trying to use slogan (our role in eourp !!) like teaching her guest ????!!!
Pros: Rooms were beautifully decorated. Outfitted with very comfortable linens. The staff was very attentive.We are definitely staying here on our next visit to Rome
Pros: Pretty much everything was great but some small amenities wasn't available when asked for. Room didn't have iron and board. It's a 5 star hotel eveything should be available when it comas to Small amenities which are even. Available at 4 star hotels. Had to ask for toothpaste a 2nd time and then it was provided.
Otherwise staff was really helpful and friendly which is very important.
Located in Via Veneto, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Gagosian Gallery and Villa Borghese. Borghese Gallery and Trevi Fountain are also within 15 minutes.
Cons: Busloads of tourists staying at Hotel. Full breakfast choices/quality slim for the price.
Pros: Great location near Vatican. Quiet. Clean. Very friendly and helpful staff. Balcony rooms were nice feature over most other hotels. Restaurant food and service was very good. Would definitely stay here again..
This hotel draws business travelers and families to its doors, 2 blocks from Rome's Vatican City, Saint Peter's Basilica and Square; Vatican Museum is a half-mile away, as is Castle San Angelo.
Pros: Beautiful boutique hotel very close to the Vatican in a nice neighborhood with an excellent continental breakfast, lovely room, nice bathroom, and a very friendly and helpful staff.
Cons: They did not have electrical adapter connections for US appliances such as my cell phone charging station.
All the rooms feature a flat-screen TV, air conditioning, minibar and private bathroom with bathtub or shower, hair dryer and complimentary toiletries. In the morning, a continental breakfast awaits, with hot drinks, croissants, baked goods, cheeses and cakes. The Fragrance Hotel St. Peter is located 328 yards (300 m) from the San Pietro train station and a 20-minute walk from the Castel Sant'Angelo. The Vatican City and the Prati district are perfect for travelers interested in museums, art and culture.
Pros: Location, breakfast, junior suite with soaking tub.
Cons: Leaving it!
Pros: It's very convenient to the Vatican- just a short walk to the Vatican museum. Metro is close by. Staff were always very helpful. Very nice free breakfast.
Cons: The only glitch was with our pickup from the airport. Although requested a couple of days before we were to arrive, we didn't get any information until literally a week later, 3 days after we left Rome! We took a taxi so it wasn't really a problem.
Pros: I was traveling in Europe with my 11 year old. This hotel meet all of my need, and also my daughter's. The internet Connection was great. Which she loved. It was a 5-10 minute walk to the Metro, and Vatican City. The breakfast provided was also good.
Cons: There was nothing I didn't like about this hotel.
Pros: Room very comfortable and spacious (manager kindly moved me out of my original room which was rather small)Breakfast Location -- close to Ciprio Metro stationFast wifiFree minibar (though I did pay a bit extra for the 'Superior' room)
Cons: Only one power point by the desk and none close to the bedNoisy air-conditioning unitOn leaving, the staff didn't inform me that there was a strike on the Metro
Pros: Breakfast buffet was good, excellent location to Vatican and Vatican Museum and the hotel staff was always helpful.
Cons: Room was small but adequate for space that was needed.
Pros: LOCATION=FABULOUS! Staff=Fluent in English and all were super helpful! Room very clean and great amenities despite being on the small size. BREAKFAST WAS DELICIOUS!
Cons: Room was smaller than I expected based on the website photos.
Overall we like this hotel. If we come back to Rome, we'll pick this hotel again, however, will ask for room that has no connecting room.
Pros: It's proximity to Vatican and Termini
Cons: The room assigned to us has connecting room and we could hear the occupants from said room talking, child crying, loud tv.
The Best Western® Hotel Spring House is conveniently located in the center of Rome, within walking distance to Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel. Furthermore the nearest underground station, which is just 100 meters away, offers a quick and easy connection to every area of the city. International standards of quality, Italian hospitality and three generations of hotel managing experience matched all together, lay the foundations for an unforgettable stay. Our central Rome hotel with its modern and recently renewed style is your "home away from home", a magical place where professionalism and passion are melted to create an exciting stay.
Pros: Staff was amazingly responsive and really tried to make our stay special.
Cons: Air conditioning never cooled the room. Complained and the staff responded, but nothing changed. It was hot and stuffy.
Pros: This hotel exceeded my expectations. The room was surprisingly spacious and the bed and pillows were very comfortable compared to other hotels we stayed at during our trip. The bathroom was also very nice. The restaurant in the hotel was very nice and the food was very very good as well, just a little pricey.
Cons: My only complaint was the location. Although centrally located and right across the street from the train station, it was too busy for my liking which made it somewhat noisy in our room.
Pros: Location was superb. Staff was very friendly and accommodating and the property itself was quite impressive.
Cons: Wonderful property and location, but my room (which was lovely) was on the first floor and the noise level was pretty bad. I would certainly stay here again but on a higher floor. The breakfast, although good, left a lot to be desired for a luxury hotel. I was expecting better especially in Itsly where many like myself travel for the food.
Putting you just a 5-minute drive from Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and Trajan's Market, Palazzo Montemartini offers an airport pick-up service (available 24 hours) for EUR 90 per vehicle. Guests can visit the spa to indulge in massages, facials, or body treatments, and Senses serves Italian cuisine. A bar/lounge and a health club are other highlights, and rooms at this luxurious hotel offer 24-hour room service and plasma TVs.
Cons: Weird shower/ bath combo. Water went all over place.
What a perfect find in Rome, we will definitely be back!!!
Putting you in a great location within just a 10-minute walk of Teatro dell'Opera di Roma and Trajan's Market, Hotel dei Borgia offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 50.00 per vehicle one way. Guests indulge in spa services, then grab a bite to eat at the coffee shop/café. A bar/lounge and a health club are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer flat-screen TVs and minibars.
Hotel La Rovere offers a great location, putting you within a 15-minute walk of St. Peter's Basilica and Castel Sant'Angelo. You'll have free perks like breakfast and WiFi. A bar/lounge and a terrace are other highlights, and rooms at this upscale hotel offer up nice touches like Frette Italian sheets and premium bedding.
Pros: The hotel was excellent, and we really enjoyed the room, the breakfast, and how quiet the room was even when tour buses were right outside our window. The staff was very helpful.
Cons: The executive rooms were in a separate building, so it was necessary to walk down and over to get to breakfast and the front desk.
Pros: I would come back and stay again very close to the termini and Rome attraction
Pros: The food was great. Location was great.
Cons: The staff weren't very helpful and kind of rude. Internet was horrible. I tried to check out after the second night but they would not refund my money. People smoking in the halls. Will not be back.
Pros: Breakfast included on top floor
Cons: Beds were a bit uncomfortable
Pros: The staff were amazing...and so friendly and helpful!
Pros: The location near Termini was ery convenient for me, given my itinerary. The rooftop bar was a very enjoyable place for an evening drink. The atmosphere/view at breakfast breakfast (also on the rooftop)was also very enjoyable.
Cons: The wifi did not work.
Pros: Excellent hotel in a very convenient part of Rome. Staff is friendly, helpful, and very accommodating (knew our departure would be very early AM and had breakfast boxes prepared and at our door by 0630 for us to bring to the airport - without our asking!). Our room was gorgeous with private terrace overlooking the quiet, beautiful street and adjacent church. Rooftop bar and restaurant was an excellent, romantic place to spend our last night in Rome together! Highly recommend!
Pros: Beautiful facilities, very helpful and attentive staff, wonderful rooftop patio bar and restaurant, and fantastic location close to Termini and 1 block from Metro station in a nice neighborhood.
Cons: The single room was extremely small. In the USA, we don't have those types of rooms. If booking for two people, do not book a single room! Also, since we had two people, they also charged us 20 euro more than the advertised rate per day.
A 19th-century residence with modern comforts is how we describe the luxury 4-star Mecenate Palace Hotel, perhaps the most exclusive hotel in the capital. It is located in the historical center, a stone's throw from the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, with a view over the square of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. The charming palace blends warm hospitality and efficient services, and boasts a wonderful panoramic terrace overlooking the whole city, a restaurant and a sky bar.
The Hotel Majestic is centrally located and one can easily walk to the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon etc. We even walked to the Colleseum. The shopping on Via Veneto is very high end. We felt very safe. The Hotel is beautifully decorated in neoclassical design. The lobby and common area furnishings are exquisite antiques. We stayed in an upper level room so traffic noise was not a problem. The linens are very nice and are ironed when changed. The staff couldn't have been more accommodating. It is a truly wonderful hotel and we will stay there when returning to Rome.
Pros: The Hotel was fabulous in every way! The staff was very professional, knowledgeable and helpful. There was always someone who spoke English. We would definitely stay here again.
The Hotel Majestic Roma is the jewel in Rome's crown, exuding neoclassical elegance, just a few steps throw from the Galleria Borghese and the beautiful gardens, as well as the shopping streets, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti, where you'll find all the biggest names in fashion. Located right on the famous Via Veneto, the hotel boasts a central location and a stunning terrace with bar and restaurant. The rooms feature innovative style and classic elegance, and are equipped with flat-screen TV and WIFI.
Pros: The atmosphere was great , trendy hallways and cool rooms.
Cons: Room was too hot
Cons: The room had a persistent mold/mildew smell that we could not get away from. The bathroom door would not stay open and was very heavy. Staff was made aware and they said they were booked for the night, but we could switch in the morning. We never heard back.
Pros: Loved the rooms, the size, and the shower! So many rooms have terrible showers or shower pressure, this hotel was great in that regard
Pros: Staff was friendly and helpful throughout the hotel and restaurant.
Cons: There was a strong oder of disinfectant throughout the hotel. You could feel the springs in the mattress.
Located in Prati, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Piazza del Popolo and Castel Sant'Angelo. St. Peter's Basilica and Piazza Navona are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Pros: Location is great. Breakfast and staff were very good. 7 minutes away from the hop on hop off bus stop.
Cons: No close vendors nearby. You need to walk about 5 minutes to the closest one. Which was fine. When you enter the hotel from the street you need to take the stairs to the receiption. There is an elevator but not directly in front of you.
NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto is a modern building in the heart of Rome and is built on the site of an ancient convent. It is located in one of the most prestigious neighborhoods in Rome, close to the Villa Borghese gardens and Via Veneto. You can take a stroll through Villa Borghese Park or enjoy shopping and fine dining close by. The Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo and Bioparco di Roma are near the hotel. NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto has 199 rooms finished in a minimalist style with refined textures and a light palette. A pillow menu, professional hairdryers, rain-effect showers and NH Collection toiletries will ensure your comfort. Enjoy an authentic Italian espresso from the Lavazza coffee machine in your elegant room. Some of the rooms have beautiful views of Villa Borghese Park. Breakfast is a lavish affair, with a particulary scrumptious selection of croissants and local specialties. Enjoy lunch and dinner at the elegant La Cupola restaurant and accompany your meal with a wine from our extensive list. For a contemporary feel, head to the Lounge Bar for a drink. There are 10 meeting rooms available that accommodate up to 650 people. There's also a gym onsite and indoor parking next door.
Pros: Overall a lovely hotel. Nice breakfast. Quiet. Decent location.
The daily restocking was lacking. We had to call for coffee packets every day and wait close to an hour before getting it. They also didn't restock bathroom tissue, facial tissue, or plastic cups until we asked.
The gentleman at the desk at night was very pleasant. The daytime lady was not; she didn't look up from the computer to answer any questions. When she answered, she gave one word answers. We had to ask 15 different questions to get an answer for where to exchange money....and then got the wrong answer!
Pros: 20 min. Walk from the Vatican and 10 min. From Piazza di Popoli
Restaurants with 5 min. Walk
Modern rooms, well equipped
Front desk concierge service
Pleasant lobby/bar area
Cons: Restaurant was just ok.
Some minor traffic noise
Opened in 2002, this Rome hotel overlooking the River Tiber blends into a leafy neighbourhood of low-rise buildings two kilometres north of Vatican City and 800 metres from Villa Borghese park.