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Hotel Pincio is located in the heart of the city between Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. The Hotel offers a unique location for sightseeing, monuments, shopping and business. from the terrace where breakfast is served 365 days a year, you have a wonderful view of the city. All rooms...
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Hotel reception is managed by the Hotel Concordia (24hrs, just in front).
Had room at 5th floor, clean and comfortable.
Basic Breakfast in the Terrasse with a very nice view.
Spent only one night, so no more info available.
We stayed in Pincio Hotel last weekend (June 13-17). We loved everything about it! The location is amazing it's just in the middle of everything, near the Spanish stairs and trevi fountain. We walked to the Colosseum (15 min), but if walking is not for...More
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Very comfortable, well-maintained rooms with good soundproofed windows (very quiet even facing the street). Top marks for the rooftop breakfast area, too. Pincio is owned and operated by the Hotel Concordia across the street, so it has no reception or lobby of its own, but...More
This hotel is under the same management as Concordia (just accross).
The staff were very helpfull and attentive.
Hotel Pincio has an elevator, at time I was staying (3rd week April) bringing down one level (just to ground floor) was using step.
Breakfast was excellent...More
Really nice location 200 meters from Piazza di Spagna and lots of shopping opportunities. Breakfast is ok and the service is good. If you stay here, you are really just paying for the good location, ok breakfast and a clean room. Nothing more, nothing less.
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