My second time in this hotel. Both great experiences overall. The rooms are immaculate and so the sheets and towels. The attitude of all the staff is remarkable good. The facilities and rooms are tight as it is usual in a city like Rome, but good enough to rest and shower after a busy day. TV is OK, windows are great. They put some soft drinks and water for free in the minibar. Good safe box. Very quite street. The breakfast is not so assorted, but good enough to start the day. I left at early hours and they gave me a courtesy breakfast box. At the end of my stay, I was satisfied, considering what I paid for what I received, specially under the European standards. If I get back to Rome, definitively I will stay here again. If you look for a lot of luxury and sophistication, there are other places, if you are willing to pay an affordable price for a comfortable, convenient and clean stay, this is it.
Our stay at the Mecenate Palace Hotel was excellent, from the moment we arrived till the moment we left.
The staff were brilliant, they were always willing to help if you needed them. We would both highly recommend the Mecenate, its a beautiful hotel and the roof top restaurant is lovely. We had dinner there on my fiancées birthday and the fillet steak was one of the best we have ever had. Staying at the Mecenate Palace Hotel was a truly beautiful experience. I think we will definitely stay there the next time we go to Rome.
Very close to train station. A fair bit of street noise, so bring your ear plugs if a light sleeper. Very clean room, nice breakfast and hospitable hotel staff. Very convenient for a walking tour base in Rome.
Rome’s central train station, Termini is the entry point to the city from Fiumicino Airport, and is an impressive modern architectural sight. Between here and glamorous Via Veneto, there are several interesting places to visit. The Palazzo Barberini is a superb baroque palace, the Terme di Diocleziano was the city’s largest bath complex and the Church of Santa Maria della Concezione is remarkable for its Capuchin monks’ crypt.