The hotel is tucked away in a quiet neighborhood. It's a little further from the metro than some of the other hotels, but the smaller, fancier, quieter setting makes up for that. The room was nice. The bed took up most of the room but it was a giant bed. The bathroom was giant though. Breakfast was great and people were nice. There are no outlets by a mirror which makes getting ready a bit more difficult. Overall I recommend it, especially if you dont want to be right in the middle of it all. Since that can be a bit dirtier and louder!
Traveller from Houston
This hotel is located in Rome (Aventine), close to Sant'Alessio all'Aventino, Circus Maximus, and Colosseum. Also nearby are …More
Owner very friendly and welcoming. Breakfast was great. Location very relaxing especially after hard days trek round rome. Would recommend to anyone and certainly would not stay in rome centre. Too busy.
This hotel is located in Castel Gandolfo (Castelli Romani), close to Papal Palace of Castel Gandolfo, Lake Albano, and …More
Have to recommend this hotel. Staff welcoming and professional. Breakfast tasty with lots of choice and certain items cooked fresh on request. Our room was very suitable for the three of us. A doluble for my husband and I and a small side area for our son which could be curtained off.Even access to a private terrace. Yes the bathroom decor is old but the shower works just fine with loads of hot water and fluffy towels and even bathrobes. Would love to stay here again-make sure you prebook Vatican and Colosseum if you're planning to go to avoid ques. Vincente gave us good advice re travelling around Rome. Everything in the hotel is very clean and the public areas are quiet and beautifully decorated. Never used the bar-out sight seeing to the point of exhaustion.They even booked private airport transfers for us both ways- stress free!
Ali from Yorkshire
Located in the heart of Rome, this family-friendly hotel is within walking distance of National Gallery of Ancient Art …More
Staff were courteous and efficient, helpful about finding tickets to museums. The rooms are pleasant and pretty, if small. The breakfast was good, staff attentive and quick, which helps when timetables are tight (planes to catch).
Dee from Wellington
Classically renovated Rome hotel in the heart of the city, 100 metres from Piazza del Popolo and the Villa Borghese Park; one …More
We were a family of 4 and this was a great hotel for us. The room, the staff everything was perfect. The only thing negative is it is a little far off from the center of town, but easily accessible by public transportation.
Sunny from USA
Situated in Rome, this romantic hotel is close to Ponte Milvio, MAXXI - National Museum of the 21st Century, and Olympic …More
We have enjoyed the proximity to charming restaurants, fun shopping and easy walking to most tourist sites- everything is within a 20 -45 minute walk from the hotel ,many taking you along beside the Tiber & across many charming bridges.
The hotel staff are very friendly & happy to assist with any arrangements you may require, also breakfast is good.
Traveller from Brisbane
Occupying a Renaissance-era building, this Rome hotel is steps from the Ponte Sisto pedestrian bridge, which leads to the …More
Lovely hotel,very romantic setting...an absolute gem.Only 30 mins train ride from Rome,set on a hill..fantastic view.Hotel 's bus shuttle is great-organised drop off and pick up times-makes eating out very easy(did'nt eat lunch or dinner at hotel).You must go into Frascatti (3 mins on shuttle) - lovely place.Drinks at Hotel very reasonable. Swimming pool is great-probably helped by temperatures of 34-35 degrees whilst there! Breakfast very nice.Cost £163 b&b 3 nights - no brainer.Enjoy !!!
Danny from Folkestone,UK
This modernized 16th-Century villa is surrounded by a green park with four hundred year old trees and overlooks both Rome and …More
We spent 4 nights in Rome with a very ambitious agenda so had to depend on the very knowledgeable front desk staff to provide information and advice, which they willingly shared and got us where we wanted to go. We also had a very nice surprise when we checked in and found they had upgraded our room as a special birthday bonus - I was celebrating my birthday that week. It was a very well appointed and comfortable room in the front of the building on the third floor. Breakfast in the morning was good and nutritious, though I would suggest getting there early as the (bulk) scrambled eggs do start to get cold quickly. There are many well known sites within a 20 to 25 minute walking distance. Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps, Termini square and much shopping at the many small shops (both indoor and outdoor) along the way. There are also many places to dine close by. Transit, either by bus or train, is a short walk and we found it very user friendly. The people there were also very helpful even when having difficulty with English. There are a lot of things to see and do in Rome, so we will be returning again at some point. If we return to the same area, I have no doubt we will once again stay at The Baileys hotel. Our stay was a wonderful experience and a special thank you goes out to the hotel manager, whom we met the first day we walked in.
Paul from Ontario, Canada
This Rome hotel, in a residential district, is a ten-minute walk from Piazza della Repubblica, Villa Borghese, and the …More
Our stay at the Duke Hotel was wonderful! Everything from the staff to the rooms to the food....fabulous! The shuttle was convenient and the drivers were friendly. The neighborhood is quiet and there is a store next door with everything you need. Would love to come back soon.
Colleen from Harrisburg, PA
This boutique hotel is located in the center of Rome and a short stroll from Villa Borghese Park, the Renzo Piano Music …More