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Conveniently located a 5-minute walk from Piazza di Spagna in Rome, Relais De La Poste is a short walk from Via Condotti and 2789 feet from Trevi Fountain. The best hotel we have stayed in throughout Europe.
Located in Rome and within an 8-minute walk of Piazza Barberini, The Radical Hotel Roma has a bar, allergy-free rooms, and free WiFi. The kindness of the staff and service. The excelente breakfast.excelent and restful
Featuring a bar, The First Roma Dolce is located in Rome in the Lazio region, a 4-minute walk from Via Margutta and half a mile 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 center of Rome, Elizabeth Unique Hotel is an art hotel featuring a restaurant with bistrot area, a bar and elegant air-conditioned accommodations. Piazza di Spagna is a 5-minute walk away. The location The staff & management The decoration The cleanliness Everything
Centrally located in Rome, less than a 10-minute walk from the Spanish Steps, Margutta 19 features a sun terrace and views of the shared garden. Everything! Beautiful hotel with friendly staff and great location
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 accommodations 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 center an 8-minute walk from the Spanish Steps. Beautiful suite and roof terrace bar
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, La Maison D'Art Spagna offers accommodations in Rome, 984 feet from Via Condotti. Really great! Everything. The room, the staff , the location! Like it!
Hotel Condotti is a small and cozy boutique hotel, located on a peaceful, characteristic street of Rome's historic center. It is just around the corner from the famous Spanish Steps. Nice location only two minutes walking for the Spanish Steps and you can find all the brands and the...
Alexandra is a 3-star superior hotel set on Rome's exclusive Via Veneto. Just 164 feet from Barberini Metro Station, it offers free WiFi and a gazebo restaurant. Great location and very clean!
The 4-star Hotel Mozart offers elegant accommodations in Rome’s center, just around the corner from the main shopping street, Via Del Corso. The location of the hotel is a few minutes away from Spanish Steps , Navona and Trevi.
Saint B boutique hotel is located in Rome, 328 feet from Piazza Barberini and 1969 feet from Piazza di Spagna. Every room has a flat-screen TV. You will find a kettle in the room. The location was perfect! In walking distance of many attractions.
Just 164 feet from Barberini Metro, Casa I Cappuccini is a restored Monastery offering rooms with free WiFi. Set on popular Via Veneto street, the property is 1804 feet from the Spanish Steps. Very comfortable spacious room, good bed, good bathroom, clean, quiet.
Boasting a panoramic rooftop terrace, Trevi Collection Hotel offers free WiFi throughout and modern rooms with a hydromassage shower. The Spanish Steps are 656 feet away. Basically we loved everything about the hotel with one exception (listed below).
A few steps from the Spanish Steps, Hotel Croce di Malta is located in the historic center of Rome. It offers a quiet atmosphere and air-conditioned rooms. WiFi is free throughout. Located in piazza di spagna, close to every place.
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... Excellent hotel , everything was more than perfect esp the staff they helped us make this trip...
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. Everything was simply amazing. Staff was very friendly and helpfuly and new rooms were excellent.
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.... the Hotel is so nice and Luxury.
Set at the top of the Spanish Steps, Hassler Roma is one of the city's most famous hotels. Charming hotel with views that will leave you speechless
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 neighborhood in Rome. All the staff and in particular Giuseppe at reception is absolutely fabulous!!
Only 492 feet from Piazza del Popolo square, Hotel Locarno features a rooftop terrace overlooking Rome's historic center. Everything was top shelf from the breakfast to the accommodations. The hotel staff is wonderful.
This exclusive hotel is set on the edge of the beautiful public gardens of Villa Borghese. It offers warm hospitality, a personalized service, and elegant accommodations with free WiFi. The location of the hotel is amazing, a walking distance from Spanish steps. Very comfortable bed.
Located 1312 feet from Villa Borghese’s gardens, Hotel Villa Linneo is a 15-minute walk from Rome’s historic center and Flaminio Metro Stop. It offers classic-style rooms with free Wi-Fi. Overall amazing place...and the staff were extremely kind. I will stay again.
We did not purchase tickets ahead of time and could not get inside. We rented peddle cars and drove around the gardens and streets. There is an electric motor to assist! At 12 Euros for an hour I recommend doing this. Lots of fun.
Very nice you should see. Tip on seeing everything. Don't use any of the hop on-hop off tour buses. The stop to far from the attractions and to slow. Take a public bus and metro system and you will see twice as much in half the time without the walking.. Google what is the best way to get to an attraction and it will give bus direction and walking directions. GPS is a must on you iphone.
If you like museums, this is one of the best in the world. The Bernini sculptures were absolutely incredible and it wasn't as crowded as other sights -- even on Sunday when we were there. You need to get advance reservations. Can't get in without them!
This is the most amazing place i’ve seen in a 10-day trip to Italy. Take your time to visit it, it’s well worth it. Make sure you have your trip mapped out in advance, though, as there are no directions once you get out of the metro.
Amazing! After a long day at the Vatican prior, looking up at ceilings and trying to avoid being trampled by other tour groups. the Borghese was breathtaking. Having an assigned time to enter and limited to two hours for the stay it was perfect.
Be aware. They are different than other museums. They have two-hour waves, and then everyone is forced to leave to make room for the next wave. It's a neat idea, but you'll need to arrive fifteen to twenty minutes before the start time of the wave if you want to be sure of a ticket and have the full two-hours. When I was there, first wave: 9:00, second: 11:00. I don't know for the rest of the day. The numbers are limited. Start with the second floor, while everyone else is still on the first.
The design was lovely and uplifting (not the usual brown-gray of most hotels). Next to the hotel is one of the best ice-cream places in Rome (really Italian people waiting in line for it, even late night....). Our room had a real bathtub (not just a shower). Good Cafe options nearby for a breakfast alternative to the hotel. Short walking distance to the Villa Borghese park with museums and the zoo, which makes for an easy fun day with kids.
We greatly enjoyed our stay at the Popolo & Flaminio rooms. The location is excellent, right next to Piazza Popolo, Villa Borghese and a convenient subway stop. The staff was so kind in welcoming us to our room, which was very clean and comfortable. A great value for money, this place is a gem and the rooms make you feel like a local for a few days. Our stay was very relaxed and memorable thanks to Popolo & Flaminio rooms.
The room was cozy, clean, and neat. The location is outstanding, as we were able to walk to all of the major sites in Rome, such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Villa Borghese, the Roman Forum, and much more. The only reason we used a taxi was to go to Vatican City, which is a little further away. The pastries, coffee, and general hospitality were tremendous, and we loved our time in Rome.
Excellent apartment, in the elegant building at a good place, nice furnishings, well-equipped kitchen. The apartment was set up with everything that we needed. Liked the neighborhood (Parioli), a nice area, a little out of the center, but with a nearby park (Villa Borghese), couple supermarkets, and nice cafes and restaurants around.
The location was perfect - it is a 5-10 minute walk to Piazza Barberini, Villa Borghese and other major tourist locations/public transport hubs. The staff were extremely friendly, going as far as giving us breakfast to take with us on our way to the airport.
The location was excellent! The bed and breakfast is right next to Villa Borghese. From this location, it is a 30 minute walk to most of the major attractions in Rome including the colosseum.
Had an amazimg time! Clean and nice room, close to villa borghese and trevi fountain (the shower is a bit small but its ok ) overall was a great experience
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.