We stayed in mid-January so there were very few clients. hotel staff was extremely welcoming and helpful and made everything possible and even more than that to meet our needs.
The rooms are stylish, cosy and clean
Beware that the hotel is outside Adrian wall so taxi transfer from the airport cost a bit more than standard rate (we paid about 55 EUR).
Leon from Moscow
Located in Nomentano, this hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Villa Torlonia, Bioparco, and Diocletian Bath. Borghese Gallery and …More
Upon arrival greeted professionally and warmly. The staff were always courteous and friendly. The room was immaculate as was the bathroom. Breakfast buffet was good too - fine selection. The hotel has a courtyard which is quiet and very well kept - good for enjoying a wine or coffee. Location is good too. Inner city suburb, main road, local bus stops right by the hotel. I preferred taking a taxi and it always averaged €15 (single direction, day and night). I would definitely stopover here again.
Marc (Marco) from Nottingham
Located in Nomentano, this romantic hotel is within 2 mi (3 km) of Luiss University of Rome, Diocletian Bath, and Borghese …More
"Perfect Home away from home with a touch of class"
Super service from the front desk to the quality of the room service, Raffaello made sure that our escapade in Rome was one to remember. Typical Italian breakfast and perfect location combines a truly Italian suburban experience with close proximity to the heart of Rome.
Theophilus from Washington DC
Located in Nomentano, this hotel is within 3 mi (5 km) of Mausoleo di Santa Costanza, Luiss University of Rome, and Catacombe …More
The hotel is staffed by young helpful and enthusiastic staff and offers standards well above that which could be expected from a small hotel. Although situated a short distance from the station and centre of Rome the proximity of free public transport within 150 metres make this no problem at all.
Roger from South Wales
Located in Nomentano, this family-friendly Rome hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Villa Torlonia, Luiss University of Rome …More
Stayed at the Coppede for four nights while on a visiting trip in Rome. The hotel is clean and well staffed with courteous people. The Restaurant and cafe next door provide excellent food and beverages nearby with courteous and professional staff. The only problem is the lack of an elevator on the hotel which is ok in my case but which may be a setback for aged and sick couples who have to walk up many flight of stairs . I merely saw it as an joyful exercise.
Zelalem from New York,NY
Located in Nomentano, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Academy of Fine Arts and Borghese Gallery. Bioparco and Villa …More
Lovely small hotel, rooms smallish but stylish, breakfast on the roof terrace very good. Metro 100mtrs away and 4 short stops to the colosseum. Cafe restaurant opposite the hotel used by local business people, and a super traditional Italian restaurant Gran Sasso 300 yards away( recommended by the hotel, good food, good host and too cheap for what you were getting, we went twice) . Dont forget Rome tourist tax added on departure. Ps use the trip advisor site for restaurants and you wont slip up, we did apart from one lunch and one dinner , they were the worst.
The Taverna dei fori Imperiali near the Forum also recommended , had a great night with friendly owners daughter.
Dont forget Roma pass and the Omni pass for Vatican, no queuing and free transport. We did yhe 3 day Omni pass for £75 ,free admission, no queues, open top bus for 3 days and metro, great buy.
Pete from Oxford
This Rome hotel is a 5-minute walk from Villa Torlonia. Diocletian Bath and Santa Maria degli Angeli are both 1.5 km (1 mi.) …More
Set in northern Rome near a bend in the Tiber River, Parioli-Normentano is one of Rome's wealthier neighborhoods. The National Gallery of Modern Art is located here, along with two large parks, Villa Borghese and Villa Ada. The neighborhood also has a zoo, Bioparco, which has more than 1,000 animals.