This is a great hotel. From the moment we arrived the staff were nothing but friendly and helpful. Our room was on the second floor and overlooked the Via Vettorio Veneto. The room was spacious and light. It had everything we needed as well as a double soundproof internal door to really block out any internal hotel noise.
The Hotel is just up from the Barberini Metro Station and under a 10 minute walk to the Spanish Steps.
TK from Wellington, New Zealand
The neoclassical Hotel Majestic is located less than 1 km (0.6 mi) from the Borghese Art Gallery, Villa Borghese gardens …More
A very comfortable hotel in a good location. Beds are possibly the best I've ever slept in. Room immaculately maintained. Only criticism is that some of the staff was stiff and only begrudgingly helpful.
Traveller from los angeles
Just off Rome's exclusive Via Veneto, this small, opulent hotel occupies a 19th-century building facing Villa Borghese park …More
Second time at this hotel and for sure not the last. It was a wonderful weekend and the staff is there to make it perfect. The hotel is not perfect but it is excellent in that it has character and style.
Angelika from London
This hotel with its own park is located in a prestigious, central area of Rome, opposite the Villa Borghese gardens, and 500 …More
Fabulous staff and wonderful restaurant. Cafe Romano and the Bond Bar brilliant! Airconditioning was much improved from my last stay! I had an amazing time and the staff and other guests made it memorable!
Caroline from melnourne
Occupying what was once a 16th century aristocratic palace of the Princes of Torlonia, the hotel is 200 meters from Rome's …More
Edwardian Hotel in amazing condition, it was even better than the photographs.The staff were not especially friendly, the same staff seemed to be on duty most of the time. The gentleman in charge at breakfast was the most pleasant and very efficient, breakfast was more than ample in a beautiful Edwardian dining room. Lovely white bed linen and towels. I would recommend going up to the roof terrace for a cocktail, expensive but lovely view of the Basilica opposite and the Spanish steps. We had a room facing the main street and the was live music on the pavement outside every evening which we enjoyed. We took the tour bus of the City, but catch the first one to ensure a seat upstairs. The city taxi's to and from the airport have a set charge which is displayed on the door & very reasonable. There were plenty of Taxi's from outside the Hotel, make sure to only use the one's with a badge on the door & a meter.
Cerys from UK
This impressive 19th-century hotel is set back from Via del Corso, Rome's main thoroughfare, near the Piazza di Spagna …More