This is a small hotel in the historic core of Rome, hidden on a lane just 2 blocks from the Pantheon. We walked to Saint Peters, to Castel Sant Angelo, to the Trevi Fountain, to the Spanish Steps, to the Colosseum, to Trastevere. We did take the city bus to the Vatican Museum though. The restaurant is very fine, with prices typical of the district. There are many places to visit, to eat and to shop close by.
Must be pointed out that the Room was very well maintained with clean sheets for the bedding...having the comforts of home e.g TV, fridge, hot drink facilities and fresh towels for the bath rooms which were relatively new. The service was personal, responsive, friendly and helpful.
Location for the hotel was central and within easy reach of the tourist attractions, good restaurents were close by and shopping could begin just outside your door. Room pricing was reasonable and in fact value for money for a boutique hotel.
I will not hesitate to recommend this hotel to all travellers.
Colin Pereira from Singapore
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Beds soft and comfortable. Very quiet - reception said having a courtyard-facing room helped there. Staff extremely helpful and nice. Location excellent - walking distance from most tourist spots and metro nearby anyway. In a swish area but hotel good value. Limited facilities but it's not that sort of hotel.
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After being on a cruise for 14 days this little hotel was quite the surprise. When the driver pulled up to the gate I thought 'uh oh what have we got ourselves into?' BUT I was pleasantly surprised we had a wonderful two night stay. Highly recommend this to anyone who enjoys a botique type hotel.
Our stay in Rome at this hotel was wonderful. The room we had was very clean and comfortable. We had one small problem with a leak under our bathroom sink and it was corrected immediately. The breakfast that was served was more than we expected and the rooftop dining was very quaint. It was also a great place to enjoy wine and cheese that we had purchased from a local grocery. The gentlemen who were at the front desk were always very helpful and went out of their way to make our vacation fantastic!! If we return to Rome, we will stay again at this hotel!
Barbara from Atlanta
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We have just returned from our second visit to Rome and the Hotel Adriano. You can't beat the location, minutes from the Pantheon and the Piazza Navona and about a twenty minute walk to the Vatican. There are lots of restaurants and shops nearby. Our room was quiet, clean and comfortable with a good sized bathroom. We found the staff very helpful and friendly and the breakfast was really good with lots of choice. We had a great time and will certainly stay there again.