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Via Del Corso 36 Int. 13 - 14, Spagna, 00186 Rome, Italy – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9.2/10! (score from 198 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Antica Dimora Horti Luculliani.
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Food & Drink
Breakfast in the Room
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
No parking available.
Shuttle Service (surcharge)
Non-smoking Rooms, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
7:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 2 years is charged EUR 10 per person per night in a crib.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 30 per person per night in an extra bed.
The maximum number of extra beds/cribs in a room is 1.
Any type of extra bed or crib is upon request and needs to be confirmed by management.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Please inform Antica Dimora Horti Luculliani of your expected arrival time in advance. You can use the Special Requests box when booking, or contact the property directly using the contact details provided in your confirmation.
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small room, thin walls
The price was hire then the summer season!
Its a bizarre hotel & not very well sign posted at all, I wouldnt stay again!!! It is clean to be fair & well situated but not value for money at all.
good location and nice room
hard to find, staff are even harder to find. Had to wait 3 1/2 hours in the rain, after 4 annoying and frustrating phone call for someone to come and let us in.
5 flights of stairs, although advised, not for the faint hearted and we are fit. The deposit is frozen on your account before arrival, despite advising paying cash, these monies were not released for days! The monies were then taken out of the account, incurring an exchange charge, and the monies credited were not the same, despite the transaction taking place on the same day. Customer service zero, many phone calls and emails with not a satisfactory result. We would definitely not recommend.
was cheap and cheerful, in a great location. walking distance to everywhere. lovely shower and coffee machine in the room.
no lift!... and very high up so annoying if you have big bags/cases etc. paintings in the room were a bit freaky! lol
* Location is brilliant * Clean and nice bathroom * Excellent WiFi
* Squeakiest bed in Rome * As room is a one of three room flat, sound isolation from other rooms is poor * Bed, cupboard and table are looking antique, but all three are very flimsy and shaky * Mini Bar is inside flimsy cupboard so it's pretty noisy especially during the night
Move to better room. Still would not come back.
Amount of stairs. Cleanliness. Noise level. Service. Breakfast was candy like bread. Coffee maker broken. Walls were disgusting and peeling. Had to wait an hour for someone to check me in. Tried to leave early but told I could not without losing my money.
Location is just Ok
Mold, mildew and peeling paint in the bathroom. Loose handrail on the long climb to the room. Neither the front door (on the street) nor the locking door to the rooms area is ever locked - always wide open! Guests have to wait for someone to come (on a bicycle!) to take you up to the room a they do not offer to carry your bags! The bed is a combination of lumps, punctuated by springs. We literally heard a neighbor sneeze through the walls. The hallway walls are battered and dirty. Our "host" was very proud tha this is a B&B not a "hotel". Breakfast consists of packaged cookies, crackers and atrocious looking pastry alba grocery store. The room is clean, but the overall experience was absolutely negative - there is none of the charm that the contrived website photos suggest.
Location is great.
-There is no lift - No reception - 2 hours to find the hotel - I wanted to call a local number, but unfortunately the receptionist (over the phone) said that they don't offer this service! even if i am willing to pay for it... - My late check out was mentioned in the booking, but they asked for 50 euros to keep the luggage with them!
Situated equidistant between the Colleseum and Vatican City. All Rome attractions easily walkable. Surrounded by gazillions of places to eat and drink and all were gastronomic experiences for us! Room was rather bijou, but VERY CLEAN. Comfortable bed, good bed linen and towels, clean, well equipped bathroom. The hotel representative, responsible for daytime cleaning was knowledgeable and very helpful.
Walking up the stairs to reach the appartment on the 5th floor. Old building and no lifts! Not recommended if you have bad knees!
Terrace was good and used frequently. Interesting decor! Traffic reduced area.
105 steps from pavement to room on 5th floor. No breakfast included. Do not know why? Air con worked but kept clicking at infrequent times which woke us.
Great location, service and room. The lack of elevator isn't such a big deal.
The Hotel's reception isn't in the building and might be a bit confusing. I would suggest calling the hotel 30 minutes before arrival in order to check in by the time you reach there.
All outside pictures of the hotel (like roof terrace) were exclusively for that particular room. So there is no outside area for every room.
Loved our stay and the beautiful patio for our breakfast. The only downside is the amount of stairs which after a long day were a chore.
The location is brilliant, located to shops, restaurants and tourist attractions. The accommodation is exceptionally clean but the decoration is a bit dated and there are outstanding maintenance tasks which have been left unattended.
The door locks are not easy to negotiate and security from the street into the building is negligible - as in non-existent. Having to walk up four flights of stairs - which in itself is not a problem - I would not like to be travelling on my own or with another woman as anyone can access the building. The rooms are expensive for what they offer - I have stayed at nicer accommodation in the same area of Rome for less money.
The room decor was unique and fun. Everything was clean and new. The B&B atmosphere.
Nobody was there at our arrival, even if the arrival time was confirmed the day before. They made us wait 40 minutes in front of a locked door. I had to climb up and down the 100 steps 4 times to figure out that I had to press a button on the intercom outside to contact their main office...
Everything is just right but not to what I expected
the whole thing
Breakfast Internet the staff is not available 24hrs No Elevator
The terrace is very nice and the staff really polite
The staff was very friendly and brought breakfast directly to our room every morning. It was very nice and quite an experience to have breakfast in bed every day! The location was also incredible- very close to the Spanish Steps and close to the Spagna metro line. Fantastic neighborhood. Very good WiFi connection. Cleanliness mostly okay (except for one part in bathroom). There was also a towel warmer in the bathroom, which made me extremely happy- it's the little things!
The decor of our room was a bit strange, with green flowered wallpaper everywhere and old portraits of women hanging on the walls. If decor doesn't bother you, then this won't be an issue; for me, it was a little creepy, but my boyfriend thought it was different and eccentric and didn't mind it at all. The bigger issue for me was the mold growing on the ceiling directly above the shower in the bathroom. That really bothered me, but it did not affect my showering experience at all- just wasn't nice to look at.
It would have been a bit difficult to find the hotel but fortunately I got a tip from these comments. The hotel locates near Piazza del Popolo. Just look for the house number 36 and a black and white shop sign "SUBDUED" above the door way. Turn left in the corridor, go on the highest floor and ring the door bell. You should also notice that you should inform the time of your arrival because the personnel is not at the hotel all day. The personnel was very friendly and helpful. We stayed they for 7 night so they told us how to renew the WIFI connection by ourselves. The room was lovely - renaissance art on the walls, tile floors, funny wallpapers, comfortable bed (not too soft), big pillows and the room was always very clean. At the night the room was very dark and quiet. On the highest floor we had a very awesome roof terrace whit lemon trees and other plants. We had our breakfast every morning at our own terrace.
There is no lift and 98 steps to climb but of course we knew this already so it was ok. The breakfast was a bit different each morning but actually we were only amused by this little detail.
When you travel to Rome only for few days, you should stay in the center as we did. We know Roma very well and it's a nice experience to live in an old "palace" like the locals do.
Loved the interior design , and the private terrace on 5th floor. Excellent service, we had everything we needed. Plus, extremely safety and quiet in a such central place .
Nice and clean rooms, in a nice location in the heart of Rome. The images that they advertise are way different from how the rooms are in reality. The rooms are smaller in reality
In the breakfast they charge 2.00 euros for 2 extra fruits in the breakfast, this is a bit ridiculus for a "luxury" mansion.I wouldn't be bothered if I had to pay 5 extra euros but to have a traditional Italian breakfast. The sound of other rooms tend to be really annoying in the first 2 nights of my stay. We woke up the first day from the noise of a woman who we're staying next to our room. She had a fight with her husband or something and we couldn't sleep
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