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All reviewsvia venetospanish stepsroof top barharry's barthe hard rock cafetrevi fountainrooftop restaurantamerican embassylovely hotelwithin walking distancethe hotel staffvilla borghesehop on hopbuffet breakfastmini barsuperior roomaround the corner
Best is the placement.
Becarefull with plugs or conections! some of the new ones dont work in the old system of the hotel.
I needed a place to work, with my computer and the plug didnt work with your system.
the first day, a man...More
Just set up my trip advisor account so I could tell people how lovely the concierge service at this hotel is. They could not have been more accommodating and recommended some lovely places to eat too. They were ever so complimentary (especially about our accents)...More
My partner and I stayed for 2 nights in the beginning of January. Fantastic location with 5 minutes walk from Spanish steps and famous Harry's bar just around the corner. We were offered welcome drinks. Room was nicely decorated with the offer of mobile phone...More
This is an excellent hotel to stay at while visiting Rome. It is centrally located with a short walk (under 10 minutes) to the Spanish Steps and another 5 minutes to Trevi fountain. The room was comfortable and was well appointed. The bath and shower...More
We only stayed for one night. Had a complimentary room upgrade. Room was very spacious and well decorated. Good breakfast selection. This Hotel is recommended for everyone who wants to stay close to all the Major attractions. Also very close to Termini Station.
Thanks to Fellini and La Dolce Vita, the Ludovisi and Via Veneto neighbourhood earned its reputation as a posh area where gorgeous Marcellos wooed actresses and models while bored housewives hung out in streetside cafes. The cafes are still there, and so are the cocktails, but the neighbourhood is now home to five-star businesses including hotels, banks, law firms, and embassies. The area is also right next to
Villa Borghese, a beautiful park for sporting and cultural adventures. If you're looking for tranquility by night, this may be the place: Ludovisi and Veneto tend to shut down after 20:00.
Response from Savoy_Manager | Property representative |
Wi-Fi is completely free of charge and you may connect an unlimited number of devices to the network. On top of that, You will find a smartphone in the room which offers a free internet connection on a 4g network and You may... More
Wi-Fi is completely free of charge and you may connect an unlimited number of devices to the network. On top of that, You will find a smartphone in the room which offers a free internet connection on a 4g network and You may take it outside of the Hotel as well so you can access a variety of services on the go.
Response from Maureen E | Reviewed this property |
Typical for this hotel to refer you to the most expensive service. There are lots of airport buses just outside the terminal and they charge about 6 euro per person. Have cash and pay the driver, don't bother to line up at... More
Typical for this hotel to refer you to the most expensive service. There are lots of airport buses just outside the terminal and they charge about 6 euro per person. Have cash and pay the driver, don't bother to line up at the bus ticket window. The bus will take you to the termini station which is the main bus/train station in Rome. From there you can take a taxi to the hotel about 20 euro but as always verify fare with taxi driver. If you want more info just google, Rome airport bus.
If you are taking a cruise take the train to Citavecci cruise terminal about 5 euro per person.