"20 mins. walk tops to all d/t sites, incl. Vatican"
It was excellent! Fast, friendly service from staff, room service and taxis, all needs met without hesitation. This hotel is centrally located in a high-end area of Roma with plenty of restaurants and shops. All of the restaurants in the area were excellent, as was their service and gelato! When I return to Roma, I WILL return to Hotel Adriano. :o)
Nomad V from Abu Dhabi, UAE
Situated in the historical district, Hotel Adriano is very close to the Pantheon and Piazza Navona. It’s just a few steps …More
Wonderful location right next to the Pantheon, ancient Rome's most charismatic building (IMO). Loads of things to see within easy walking distance. Outside the nucleus of the Centro Storico though, things get hilly - what looks reasonable on a map may not feel that way to your feet! If you need transport, buses are reasonably near (though trying to figure out routes is a bit of a nightmare), but nearest metro quite a hike.
Alan from London
Located in Navona, this spa inn is within a 10-minute walk of Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and Trevi Fountain. Piazza Venezia and …More
Well placed and central with all of Rome's main attractions in walking distance. The staff are very friendly and speak excellent English! The hotel itself was clean and the room was well furnished. I would certainly recommend to a friend!
Luke from Cambridge
Located in Navona, this townhouse accommodation is within a 5-minute walk of Palazzo della Sapienza, Piazza Navona, and Campo …More
The hotel is walking distance to all the sights. The staff is excellent.They were able to upgrade me to a deluxe room and give me an early check in since my flight landed at 10am. The room was always cleaned. I would recommend this hotel to anyone.
BN from New York City
Located in Navona, this romantic townhouse accommodation is within a 5-minute walk of San Luigi dei Francesi, Pantheon, and …More
In the heart of the historic centre, Piazza Navona is Rome’s most famous square. Like a giant stage set, this is where the theatre of daily Roman life is re-enacted among the café tables that spill out onto the fountain-splashed piazza. Bernini’s baroque extravaganza, the Fontana dei Quattro Fiume, is the most celebrated of the three fountains. Nearby is the Pantheon – one of Rome’s great symbols and a marvel of ancient architecture.