My partner and I had a fantastic stay in Rome helped by the comfort of this lovely hotel. It met every expectation we had...the staff were genuinely warm and friendly, the setting is beautiful and the standards very high. Its a calm oasis in a busy city which enabled us to tour a busy capital city for the day and then return to a relaxing poolside area to wind down and have a well-earned drink!
Stephen from Coventry, UK
This luxury hotel is located in Rome (Vatican - Prati), close to Bambino Gesu Hospital, St. Peter's Basilica, and Castel …More
Beautifully decorated and welcoming. Room was bigger than anticipated and well designed to optimize use. Other than some 'hiccups' we had with flushing water in the toilets, it was one of the best rooms if not the best I stained in in Europe.
Breakfast was good and diversified. All dishes were well crafted.
Hotel staff was welcoming, friendly and extremely efficient with anything we needed.
If I'm back to Rome, that's where I'd like to stay.
omri from israel
This chic hotel in central Rome is 500 metres from the Spanish Steps and the Villa Borghese, and occupies a Renaissance …More
A relative stayed at the Bernini Bristol last year and reccommended it to my wife and I. An excellent choice. The hotel is centrally located in the heart of Rome and almost all of the main sights are less than a 15 minute walk. A doorman greated us when we arrived and took our bags and the staff quickly had us checked in and up to our room. By American standards the room wasn't large, but it was very nicely appointed and comfortable. Free Wifi was available and we had a very good connection. The television had a number of stations available (Italian and English) but I am sorry to say that the picture quality wasn't very good. Definitley not cable - more like an antenna on the roof. The bathroom was nicely appointed in marble, including a bidet and a hand held shower. Another nice feature was the electric window shutter which helped with the street noise and made the room very dark! The hotel is very quiet - no footsteps above you, plumbing noise or closing doors. The bed was turned down each evening and chocolates and slippers were left by the bedside.
Unfortunately we didn't get a chance to sample the cusine at the roof top restaurant as there was a private party there the one night we ventured upstairs.
Rich from NYC
Set in a 19th century Rome palace by Piazza Barberini, this hotel is just off Via Veneto opposite Barberini Metro Station and …More