Conveniently located a 5-minute walk from Piazza di Spagna in Rome, Relais De La Poste is a short walk from Via Condotti and 850 metres from Trevi Fountain. I recently stayed with my 2 adults and 2 children in a quadruple room and it was literally brand new...
Attractively set in the Via Veneto district of Rome, The Radical Hotel Roma is situated 500 metres from Piazza Barberini, 1.2 km from Quirinal Hill and 1.5 km from Spanish Steps. The property was centrally located, well kept, organized, and the staff were excellent on all...
Boasting a bar, The First Roma Dolce is situated in Rome in the Lazio region, 300 metres from Via Margutta and 800 metres from Piazza del Popolo. The hotel is very nice and clean. The staff are very kind. The hotel location is very great
Set in the centre of Rome, Elizabeth Unique Hotel is an art hotel featuring a restaurant with bistrot area, a bar and elegant air-conditioned accommodation. Piazza di Spagna is a 5-minute walk away. The location The staff & management The decoration The cleanliness Everything
Centrally situated in Rome, less than a 10-minute walk from the Spanish Steps, Margutta 19 boasts a sun terrace and views of the shared garden. Perfect location. Staff were wonderful. Very nice and spacious room.
Hotel Degli Artisti offers free WiFi throughout and luxuriously furnished rooms in the heart of Rome. This hotel set in a historical building along a quiet yet central street and also features a bar. Hotel is very pretty and Extremely nice staff.
Located in Piazza Di Spagna and featuring a private entrance from the world-famous Spanish Steps, Royal Suite Trinità Dei Monti offers elegant accommodation with hand-craft furnishings. Love the location and vibe of the hotel, very small and special feeling
This 5-star boutique hotel is in Rome's historic centre an 8-minute walk from the Spanish Steps. Beautiful suite and roof terrace bar
Featuring a panoramic roof terrace, Hotel Villa Pinciana is set in a 20th-century building with its own garden and free parking, close to Via Veneto and Villa Borghese park. It was a beautifully renovated villa, perfect place to spend our honeymoon.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, La Maison D'Art Spagna offers accommodation in Rome, 300 metres from Via Condotti. The staff was very friendly and helpful.
Hotel Imperiale is set in a 19th-century building on Rome's Via Veneto, near Barberini Metro Station on line A. Used the restaurant for evening meal. Had all good meals there.
Hotel Condotti is a small and cosy boutique hotel, located on a peaceful, typical street of Rome's historic centre. It is just around the corner from the famous Spanish Steps. Hotel really more than amazing
Alexandra is a 3-star superior hotel set on Rome's exclusive Via Veneto. Just 50 metres from Barberini Metro Station, it offers free WiFi and a gazebo restaurant. Excellent service and location.
The 4-star Hotel Mozart offers elegant accommodation in Rome’s centre, just around the corner from the main shopping street, Via Del Corso. Our stay in the Hotel Mozart was really great. The Hotel is very nice with a wonderfull rooftop.
Saint B boutique hotel is located in Rome, 100 metres from Piazza Barberini and 600 metres from Piazza di Spagna. Every room has a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. The location was great. The most important places can be reached on foot.
Offering free WiFi throughout, The Tribune Hotel is centrally located in Rome, 600 metres from Villa Borghese. Guests can enjoy the on-site bar and the Trevi Fountain is just a 15-minute walk away. The staff was Great and the room very nice
Set in Rome, 1 km from Piazza Barberini, The Regency, Rome, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel offers accommodation with a restaurant, private parking, a fitness centre and a bar. The best and super clean and beautiful design and best furniture, location very close the via vento...
Boasting a rooftop terrace and set in one of Rome's most exclusive areas, near Via Veneto street, Hotel Eden - Dorchester Collection offers luxury rooms, A Michelin-starred restaurant, and free WiFi... I loved the pasta Ceci y Pepe! Fantastic food in fantastic rooftop setting
Located on the fashionable Via Veneto, Baglioni Hotel Regina offers elegant rooms in Art Deco style. A 10-minute walk from the Spanish Steps, it features a sumptuous marble lobby. Center of everything,friendly staffs,services is great.
Boasting a stunning location just above the Spanish Steps, Rocco Forte Hotel De La Ville offers 3 restaurants, a spa, and elegant 17th-century style rooms with free WiFi and traditional wooden floors.... Very nice staff...amazing room...they made our stay unforgettable....for sure will stay again...
Set at the top of the Spanish Steps, Hassler Roma is one of the city's most famous hotels. EXCELLENT SERVICE, DIVINE LOCATION, CULTURE, REAL ROME EXPERIENCE, RESTAURANT VIEW WITH INSPIRED BUT...
Experience La Dolce Vita in this beautiful converted town house. It is just a few steps from the famous Spanish Steps in the most exclusive neighbourhood in Rome. Giuseppe the man at the front desk was amazing!
Only 150 metres from Piazza del Popolo square, Hotel Locarno features a rooftop terrace overlooking Rome's historic centre. I love the elegance and history of the hotel, The staff were wonderful and very kindly upgraded us...
This exclusive hotel is set on the edge of the beautiful public gardens of Villa Borghese. It offers warm hospitality, a personalised service, and elegant accommodation with free WiFi. The location of the hotel is amazing, a walking distance from Spanish steps. Very comfortable bed.
Relatively small museum but some very famous paintings and statues. Some great work by Italian masters. We paid for an audio guide which was very helpful in understanding the history behind the art work. The ticket only allows a timed entry and only for 2 hours. Bear this in mind so that you can see the entire gallery. The museum staff could have been more helpful. None of them can speak English well and communication can become challenging
I had booked a guided tour directly with the museum. There were only 3 people and the guide was an art historian - wonderfully knowledgable and made for a great experience. I hadn’t been sure about going but turned out to be my favourite museum
Reserve your visit way in advance--I took a taxi there, thinking I would buy my ticket at the entrance, only to find they were sold out three days in advance. I was only in Rome three days, so I could not see this great museum...
You only get 2 hours for your visit. It's not really long enough so if there are items you want to see make sure you plan your visit so that you see them. Toilets on the stairs are clean and not crowded.
Very big and beautiful park with wonderful views of the city as it’s so high up. You can access the park via the Spagna metro station (follow the subway signs) or you can go up the Spanish Steps. You can enjoy the little boats to paddle in the small lake €3 per person, you can rent out a Segway for €10/15 or a buggy for $30 (for 3 people). There are little kiosks for drinks and food all around the park. There is also the beautiful Borghese gallery which has an entrance fee.
Grounds are not very well looked after. The grassed areas are all weeds and largely overgrown, including the lake area. Lots of hungry mosquitoes live there. If you cannot get tickets for the Borghese gallery, go to the ticket office and they may sell you a last minute ticket (which will mean you won't get the full 2 hours in the museum and the ticket will still be full price). No photographs allowed in the museum (which is strange because you can take photos in most other places including Palazzo Quirinale). Don't bother with the mini train - 20 minute trip for 3 euro PP but you sit waiting for the train to move for 5- 10 minutes and you can't 'hop on and off'. If you want to hire a bicycle, you will need to take ID - passport or driving licence. If not, you won't be able to hire a bike.
Nicely decorated modern interior with well-equipped kitchen that perfectly allows home cooking. Superb terrace. Ideal for two or for a couple with a child. Extremely clean. Very good location: 5' walk to the Spanish steps (and the metro station) and even less to Piazza del Popolo and the entrance of the Villa Borghese park, 15' walk to the Pantheon. And last but not least a very helpful and very sympathetic host who spares absolutely no effort to make his guests comfortable and help where/when he can. Many thanks for that Leonello!
The apartment has 3 separate rooms (all of them can be used as bedrooms with double beds) and two bathrooms - well suited for larger groups of people. All 3 rooms are equipped with a/c, which allowed keeping air in the apartment cool, while outside it was really hot. The location of apartment is superb: very close to the Spanish steps and Villa Borghese, fontana di Trevi, short walking distance to the Barberini Metro station.
Excellent location and a lovely building - we especially liked the view from the restaurant balcony. It was very easy to get to the Villa Borghese and the Spanish steps and was no more than 30 mins by foot from most main attractions. Mostly the staff were very friendly and helpful.
Perfect location next to the Piazza di Spagna, close to metro station and walking distance from Fontana di Trevi, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Villa Borghese... The room and the bathroom were spacious and clean. The personnel was very kind and organised for us a taxi to the airport
Pros: - Location: everything (the Vatican, the coloseum, the region of trastevere, Trevi fountain, Pantheon, Villa Borghese) is within reasonable walking distance. - Big room, with nice toilet/shower - They had complimentary wine, water and snacks - Reasonable price
Very client-oriented, helpful and nice. Perfect location close to Villa Borghese. Delicious breakfast
The position of the place, really good view and near to Villa Borghese
From the airport you can get a train to the central station, Termine. Here you can get a 'Rome Pass', for either 2 or 3 days, the latter being about €25. This gives you free access to the metro as well as all buses, so getting around is very easy. Although it is more enjoyable to walk the city as most of the attractions are close by and you get to experience how the city feels. The Rome pass also offers free entry to 2 attractions which also allows you to queue jump. The Coliseum is naturally very popular so making this one of your freebies is a good idea. Also the Villa Borghese is a bit more expensive than other attractions, so again a good choice as a freebie
Must places to visit are The Vatican Museums and The Villa Borghese Gallery
The obvious ones of the Coliseum and Vatican but also Palantine Hill, Trevi Fountain, Villa Borghese and Piazza Navona......however the list is massive so these are maybe some you could do on a city break
Try and visit the Villa Borghese park, it is a wonderful haven of tranquility.