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Via Del Gianicolo 3, Trastevere, 00165 Rome, Italy – Show map
Excellent location – rated 9/10! (score from 253 reviews)
Rated by guests after their stay at Gran Melia Rome.
|Eternal City Suite with executive Lounge Access|
|Premium Triple Room with City View|
|Emperor Master Suite|
|Supreme Suite with Private Terrace, Executive Lounge Access and Hot Tub|
|Junior Suite with executive Lounge Access (2 Adults + 1 Children)||
|Loft Junior Suite|
|Junior Suite with Executive Lounge Access (3 Adults)|
|Premium Triple Room|
|Deluxe Double Room|
|Premium Double Room|
|Premium Double Room with City View|
|Executive Double Room|
|Junior Suite with Executive Lounge Access|
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Outdoor Pool (all year), Grounds, Terrace, Sun Deck
Sauna, Fitness Center, Spa, Massage, Hot Tub, Turkish/Steam Bath, Library
Food & Drink
Restaurant, Bar, Breakfast in the Room, Restaurant with Dining Menu, Snack Bar, Special Diet Meals (upon request)
WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is needed) and charges apply.
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), Airport Shuttle (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Express Check-in/Check-out, Currency Exchange, Tour Desk, Ticket Service, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Private Check-in/Check-out, Babysitting/Child Services, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Daily Housekeeping, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon, Honeymoon Suite
Newspapers, Safe, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Elevator, Soundproof Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private)
Italian, French, Spanish, English
2:00 PM - 12:00 AM
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
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Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge in a crib.
One child under 12 years stays free of charge in an extra bed.
One older child or adult is charged EUR 70 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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Location Building Bed
Airconditioning - room was very cold when I entered and it took very long until it got warmer.
Staff Location Decoration Breakfast
More shuttle options Shuttle to the airport
Disturb of noisy corridor
Sight from room on awful building in repair, very different than internet promises of a sight on "the Vatican" Hotel is on a hill along exit road from Vatican, the road is like a highway Poor restaurant, very expensive in-room dinner Prohibitive cost of breakfast and dishonnest commercial offer of pre-payment of breakfast whereas most travellers do not take breakfast first and last day...we paid more with the offer than without If you stay there, eat outside, Roma is so beautiful
The location was perfect for our visit to Rome!
Bathroom layout was awkward for two people to use at the same time.
Friendly people everywhere. The beautiful spa!
Missing information about Rome in the room, nog magazines, nothing. Bathproducts not renewed and not Always cleaning and new towels in the evening.
- location, location, location - food in 'liquid' restaurant is excellent (when there is no big event such as a wedding party in the hotel)
- room (junior suite!) is still relatively small, with only two rather small windows - room view on a wall of an opposite building - disappointing food and service (rude) in the 'liquid' restaurant when a wedding party is going on - the 'red level lounge' is an extended reception rather than a lounge: not worth while (snacks are tasteless and alcohol -even Prosecco- only served between 19:00-21:00 -> at dinner time) - the lady at check-in recommended simple pizza-restaurants instead of those one would expect with a 5-star hotel - the SPA is prohibited for kids of even 10 years old and guided by the parents - the outdoor pool water is extremely cold
Walking distance from the sights with the added bonus of the gardens and pool. Concierge excellent
Breakfast poor and very expensive
expensive - additional charges for everything - for a premium cost I expected a premium room and premium service
This is our third stay at the Gran Melia we definitely going back
We were welcomed and made to wait a very long time until our room was ready. The room was tiny. One of us had to lie down in order for the other to move about the room. Next morning we were told we cannot have an iron and ironing board because according to Italian law we are not allowed to have irons in the rooms. I dont believe in this because last month we were in Milan and we had irons and ironing boards in our rooms. When we asked for someone to iron our shirts we were told that this is also not possible as housekeeping start at 10 am until 6 pm. So in the mornings and in the evenings when we needed our clothes to be ironed - there was noone available to do so and at the same time we were not allowed to have an iron and ironing board to iron our clothes ourselves. A total dead end. The food in the casual restaurant was little, poor and expensive.
Got to be the best hotel in Rome. Excellent room, free wifi, incredible pool and outside area. Complementary drinks and snacks occasionally sent to your room.
Expensive to eat there. But then all of Rome is expensive and this is a dining experience.
Overall it was a good place to stay and all staff where very friendly. Life gaurds were very nice and they alway where looking out, not like some places. Rooms very clean with a great shower room...
Did not like the idea of going though the reception to get to the pool. Some items a bit over priced I.e small bottle beer €10. certain staff around pool taking for ever to bring a drink. TV kept playing up and freezing staff just reset it each time. Sockets for coffee machine didn't work room 514.
Had the junior suite with amazing views over both the Vatican and Rome City centre. Breakfast was great and the poolside cocktails in the afternoon were a daily treat during our 5 day stay. Facilities were amazing and staff couldn't have been any friendlier. Will definitely come back!
Unexpectedly quite and calm retreat right in the middle of the Roman hustle. All the main attractions are walkable within reasonable time. Modern clean lounge atmosphere in library and rooms. Satisfying WLAN yet not reliable enough outside.
Service at reception and pool restaurant does not fulfill standards of a "Luxury Urban Resort" – feels like freshly finished seminar not like heartfelt mission. Price does not meet performance – but this is Rome…
Amazing pool, comfy bed, location excellent, very relaxing after a busy day sightseeing.
Very small room initially but after 1 night were moved into a larger room. Very expensive to eat and drink in the hotel but so many lovely bars and restaurants near so doesn't matter.
The location is very good and the outdoor pool wonderful to relax by after a hard and hot day's sightseeing.
The prices for drinks and food were very high. Our " de-luxe room" was unacceptably small. The high tec switches and controls are not easy to work out especially in subdued lighting. We found the red glove salute creepy.
The very expensive car park, The swimming pool (but not lack of umbrellas) and fast taxi service
Everything! Lack of bar for drinks. Very slow housekeeping - room not cleaned until 3 pm, on average, and not cleaned well. Forced to sit on outside loungers for a "drink at the bar" - wet after rain. Pool lacks sun screen umbrellas and rules about "no ball games" not enforced. Hot breakfast food normally cold. Restaurant menu very limited, only 3 main course options. Prices of everything outrageous. Premium city view rooms are a view of scaffolding. Staff ignore you most if the time. Everything totally disjointed. This hotel does not work and does not deserve 5 stars.
Hotel was lovely. The ambiance was fantastic. Shower was excellent!
Pool was cold, we paid for a superior room and ended up getting a deluxe room on the third floor. We ended up changing rooms as we were right next to a very noisy elevator. Our bathroom had a bathtub which had not been looked after and was discoloured, even the paint was peeling off the wall. Our toilet wouldn't stop flushing and the flush button kept falling off the wall. We changed rooms to the third floor the following day but did not get the superior room we paid for.
The staff great, the pool great, the room great. Breakfast good...stay for sure but consider hard red level costs
The red level lounge was disappointing to say the least few snacks and on 2 days I had the choice of a voluvante that had been out hours . The evening drinks start at 7pm and every evening I was having ask for them to be put out and even then it took 20 minutes. No atmosphere in the lounge because it was soulless and attracted few residents. It's in the wrong location it should be nearer the pool. I paid a fortune for this trip as a treat but if I compare red level with Hilton lounge it's light years away. When everything is put out late it makes you late because you cannot take anything out of the lounge . If they sort the red level food and drink then the hotel is a real gem of a find .
Location is superior, new facilities, nice breakfast area
not used working space area in the suits
Location was excellent and staff were extremely helpfull and pleasenf . Food was exquisite . More frequent bus service is needed to and fro to Rome !
The plumbing in my room jammed for two days continuous . I have not noticed anything else I did not like .
Hotel was very elegant and comfortable. They hrlped in organizing a birthday cake upon our arrival. Spa was fantastic and so was the food at the liquid garden. Room was superb! Overall fantastic experience!
Nothing really, but if we were to be a little picky we would say that the buffet breakfast was a little mismatched
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