Hotel Flora is a classy and sophisticated hotel. Beautiful garden full of water fountains and large Camilia trees and a lawn for guests to sit out and enjoy. A very large and spacious lobby with an elevator to the rooms. Staff are very discreet and friendly. The air conditioned room was very light, airy with a large bed and modern furnishings with a generous terrace (with a table and chairs) giving a sensational view of the trees, hills and grand old villas in the distance. Sky TV was available with scores of channels in several languages. The marble bathroom was huge with all the usual furnishings of a grand hotel. The shower was a bit tricky but it was OK in the end.Breakfast was a feast, no complaints at all.The staff were very kind and friendly. Road noise was not a problem at all, the hotel was very quiet so sleep was not interrupted.
A wonderful, luxurious experience.
Adu from London
Hotel Flora is situated in Frascati, the famous city of wine , in the heart of the Castelli Romani , 300 metres from the …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.
Castel Gandolfo Hotel is ideally situated in the historic centre of Castel Gandolfo, in a panoramic position just a few …More
This was my second time at La Residenza. My daughter and I had a great overall experience again, since the hotel is very well kept in general and in a quiet location right behind the beautiful Via Veneto. The room (junior suite) very good size and with private space for my teenage daughter. The cleanliness in the room keeping was great and the service by the staff pleasing overall. The neighborhood has great dining options, but also a couple of sketchy nightclubs but with no repecussion in the nice stay. Nice walking distance to many of Rome's great attractions, including Spanish steps and Fontana de Trevi. The only downside in the wi fi (which allgedly was free in my reservation, but later "rectified" that it was free in the lobbe but at a charge of 5 euro in the room for the whole 8 night stay). The wifi is very slow and would appreciate if the advertising was more precise. Also, did not apprecite having to pay in tax a 6 euro daily city tax per person, in cash. If this is indeed a tax, it should be included in the payment made at the time of reservation. The breakfast buffet is OK but the waitresses' attitude could be improved.
Octavio from Mexico City
Located in the heart of Rome, this family-friendly hotel is within walking distance of National Gallery of Ancient Art …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
This romantic hotel is located in Rome (Olympic Stadium - Monte Mario), close to Ponte Milvio, MAXXI - National Museum of 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 thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the hotel. We booked a small room which was fine but the air conditioning was noisy and I asked the reception to turn it off at night. Breakfasts were very good, plentiful and varied.
The reception staff were very friendly and helpful. I would recommend this hotel.
Sue from Bristol
This Rome hotel, in a residential district, is a ten-minute walk from Piazza della Repubblica, Villa Borghese, and the …More