I recently traveled to rome for the first time. I randomly picked the Valadier since it was decently rated. It far exceeded my expectations! The staff was so nice and helpful (all spoke English) The resturaunt on the rooftop was amazing. From the food to the staff. Which is also where you eat your complimentary breakfast. I am a 25 year old female and traveled alone. I felt safe and welcomed. Hotel and rooms are very nice and you are centrally located to everything. Can not rave about this hotel enough!
I loved this hotel in Rome. The location is great and there are many shops, 24 hour pasticcerias and restaurants located just below. We felt completely safe the whole time. The entrance is a bit different but we loved it, it seemed very authentic. The air conditioning and wifi work very well in the room and it is very spacious. We walked everywhere and nothing took us long at all. Check in was a bit difficult because we arrived later than expected but we had a shop owner next door call and he came right down to check us in. When we checked out we left our bags for a few hours and they were fine! I will definitely stay here my next time in Rome.
We had a wonderful time in our clean, modern room. Walk out the front door onto the cobbled streets of Rome, a block from Via Condotti, with its haute couture stores. In the midst of great restaurants, gelateria, and a block from the Spanish Steps and the Metro, for an 8-minute ride to the Colosseum. The expansive park of Villa Borghese overlooks this neighborhood. Bellissima!
Excellent hotel with an even better location. The rooms are as modern as the get, the staff is extremely professional, and the location is by far the best in all of Rome. The shopping is literally at the front door plus the central location makes it very easy to walk to all the great things to do in Rome.
This is a beautiful hotel run by equally beautiful people. The room was stunning and in keeping with the era of its origins. We were welcomed so nicely. The bar is classy and the barman can make fabulous cocktails. I know, I tried a few! The breakfast buffet covers all tastes and is plentiful and fresh. We had breakfast every morning in the cool courtyard. We also sat and viewed Rome from the rooftop terrace. The Locarno is well placed to see all the sights. About 5 mins walk to the Spanish Steps and a few minutes more to the Trevi Fountain . When we went it was 38° during the day but the rooms are airconditioned so we slept well as its in a quiet road. Can't recommend this highly enough. We will be returning.
The hotel is located in a tiny lane. When the taxi stopped in front, I wasn't sure if we made the right decision to stay there since we are more used to staying at 4-5 star hotels. We stayed in a junior suite. It was large with a separate the bedroom separate from the living area. Very comfortable. The only problems we had were that the TV's didn't work well and the shower is a little difficult to figure out but the shower power is strong. The service is wonderful. The front desk will help you to make restaurant reservations or whatever else that you may need. About a 10-15 minute walk to the Spanish Steps. Don't go to the rooftop Japanese Restaurant. It was fake Japanese Food. I will stay at this hotel again.
Great spot for the budget traveler. Our room was very small, but had a double and two single beds, with shower and AC - all we needed.
Very close to center of town. Just a very small place! Eg can't turn around in the shower!
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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.