"Perfect location walking distance to everything "
Excellent customer service friendly staff clean rooms more than expected, I walk to piazza Venezia,trevi fountain, piazza di spagna, popolo,colosseum,cheap food nearby full of high name brands store near the hotel, cheap restaurants nearby if you are taking a cruise like us just take the train is only 4euros vs 120 for the taxi to civitavecchia the hotel gave us a map they even have umbrellas how cool is that lol if you are going to Vatican City just take the bus in front of the colosseum for 1 euro just ask people are extremely friendly we ask for directions and walk like crazy in case you get lost, just take a taxi but this hotel help us save a lot of money because they included breakfast and you have a high quality espresso machine inside room also they have bread and coffee for customers all day long. We definitely will be back very convenient thank you everyone from the cuevas family nov,2015
It was an unexpected surprised to find such a fine hotel in Rome with reasonable price. We were more than delight when we walked into the room. It was comfortable and spacious. The free breakfast was more than wonderful. So many selections of food. The waitresses were great. I highly recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay in Rome.
This hotel was great for cost and location, and perfect for the no-frills traveller that just wants a place to be neat and clean. The walls very very thin though - I could hear one person in the next door room yawning loudly. Wifi is also patchy which was at times a bit inconvenient. I also had trouble with hot water (it wasn't very hot, or consistent). But, overall the hotel was great for what I needed, which was good price, good location and comfortable. The staff were very helpful too and even loaned me a travel adapter for my stay. Would definitely go back.
Visited for 4 days for my husband's 50th we had a great time, Lovely hotel which is in a great location, the hotel and rooms were very clean, staff were all friendly and helpful, especially waiting staff during breakfast which was very good with plenty of choice we loved the delicious cappuccino's. Happy hour with complimentary snacks is a great idea, it gave us a little while to sit and recharge our batteries after a long day of sightseeing before heading out for more exploring. The hotel is in the perfect location, we didn't use public transport but found it easy enough to walk to the main sights we wanted to visit including the Vatican, Colloseum, Pantheon and Trevi fountain to name but a few although there is a tram stop a stones throw from the hotel, at the piazza del popolo which is a couple of minutes walk away there is also a taxi rank as well as plenty of restaurants , great shops and gelateria's.
Overall this is a great little hotel in the ideal location for sightseeing, its very clean with a lovely interior with friendly, helpful welcoming staff, in an area where we felt safe walking around late at night and would definitely stay at again on a return visit
This is not a regular type of hotel, it's in an old building close to the Spanish Steps. Although it's not to our usual standards, it provides everything you need for a short stay in Rome. The room was clean and the staff were very attentive and polite which made our stay pleasant. Thank you Spagna
Traveller from England
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Not your typical full service hotel with elevators and 24 hour service. But if you want an unique experience of what feels like living as a local resident in the heart of Rome, then it will be perfect. The room is impeccably beautiful and opens up to a little courtyard. It has two entrances at the top and bottom of the Spanish Steps. If you are travelling by metro, the lower entrance will be more convenient - just around the corner from the Valentino shop and the main door is besides an open-air restaurant. I suggest informing the reception of your ETA so that they are around to open the door for you. When the staff is around, they are very helpful.
Rome's largest, most spectacular fountain, the Trevi Fountain is a baroque extravaganza, its ancient sea gods and gushing water dominating a tiny piazza. Immortalised in Fellini's film, 'La Dolce Vita', this is the place to toss your coins to ensure your return to the Eternal City. The three streets radiating from the piazza lead to the historical centre and sights of the Quirinale – one of the original seven hills.