Ratings based on 324 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.5 Room cleanliness
4.4 Service & staff
4.1 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom sydney
Lovely hotel close to Borghese gardensPosted Oct 4, 2014
Pros: Cleanliness and the friendly staff
Cons: Internet access in the rooms
Location: Great location near a train station but easy to walk to most things
Have stayed here before, hotel is very clean and staff very friendly Rooftop bar and restaurant very nice
by A verified traveler
nice hotel but too datedPosted Sep 23, 2014
Its a nice hotel in an ok location. There is a 15 min walk to most main sites but buses closeby aswell. Staff was nice breakfast good. What I thought was negative is the interior. There was old very dirty carpets in the room and nothing (except the bathrooms) has been changed since the beginning of times. They had a free computer with printer which was a big plus and good service.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Classy HotelPosted Sep 18, 2014
Thoroughly enjoyed our stay here the excellent service from all staff and the hotel is walking distance to many of Rome's highlights. Highly recommended !!
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom New York
Good HotelPosted Aug 25, 2014
Location is too far from center, need to walk 15 min
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom East Brunswick, New Jersey
Hotel with Character!Posted Aug 21, 2014
Pros: Great location just inside the Rome Wall. Nice selection at the Breakfast buffet. Helpful staff. Beautiful Garden Rooftop Restaurant.
Cons: Wi-fi certainly needs improvement. Vary the breakfast menu on different days to break the monotony for guests staying 4 to 5 days.
Location: Must visit Il Pomodorino round the corner. Harry's Bar for a drink. Morning walk in the Villa Borghese Gardens. A nightcap at the Rooftop Restaurant.
Nice boutique hotel in the Via Veneto area of Rome.. Clean rooms, friendly staff, lovely Rooftop Restaurant, Metro is 10 minute walk. Lots of restaurants around the area as you go down towards Barberini area/Metro. Best find was the Il Pomodorino Restaurant round the corner with an Authentic (Traditional) Italian menu with lots of choices and reasonable prices.
for Familiesby Jonfrom Washington DC
Strong recommendationPosted Aug 12, 2014 on Hotels.com
Very much enjoyed our six days at the Hotel Victoria Roma. Great quite neighborhood with a number of good restraunt choices. Helpful staff. Very clean. Nice rooftop garden bar. Definatley recommend.
for Everyoneby A verified travelerfrom Midwest U.S.
Charming hotel in a quiet location in RomePosted Aug 11, 2014
Pros: Staff, location, breakfast.
Cons: Did not have an electric kettle. Seemed strange. Asked if I could get a 50 euro changed. Individual could not accommodate. Do not understand why.
Room was very clean and spacious. Breakfast was very good. Staff was, with one exception, very helpful and friendly.
by A verified travelerfrom Canada
Great Location But DONT' BOOK IF YOU ARE 4Posted Aug 7, 2014
Pros: The staff was not somewhat helpful however is that what all staff in every hotel should do ?
The Location is good because it is near a road "via vento" This road is very active at night and during the day however, not all italian restaurants are the same quality - so the first day I was there, the Italian Food Authority at least requires that restaurants disclose food that is simply heated up - and as such i noticed many restaurants with the following " * - deep frozen food..." Past that, the hotel is off a side road and very aged. The free breakfast is not bad - however, very limited selection and for those with kids that are picky eaters this will be an issue. The third day I was there, the entire hotel had a hot water issue and no one could take a shower for many hours. The biggest issue for me however was that the "family room" suite that they sell for four is effectively a double bed and two single beds. Assuming there are four medium sized luggage, two adults and two kids, the room demands you leave your clothes in your luggage and step on each other feet just to get to anyway. This hotel should not be selling rooms claiming they are for four - that is simply not the case. If you are open for some more money there are other hotels such as - Jerimah or weston or NH Hotels - etc.
for Couplesby Dominguezfrom Texas
Posted Jul 28, 2014 on Hotels.com
We were pleased with everything about the hotel except for the wife and our comforter seemed to disappear after the first night.
for Familiesby Robertfrom UK
Good value and great locationPosted Jul 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
We (2 adults, 2 teenagers) enjoyed our 5 day stay at this hotel. It is well positioned, located close to the via Veneto and just across the road from the Borghese Gardens. The hotel is within walking distance to most tourist attractions (about 15 minutes walk to the Spanish Steps), and there is a Metro station about 10 minutes walk away. There are many restaurants within 15 minutes walking distance, suitable for most budgets. The hotel staff were invariably helpful and service was excellent. The front desk was exemplary. Although the hotel was busy when we booked, and rooms are advertised as doubles, we'd asked if we could have two rooms close together with one configured as a twin, and this was available on arrival. Our rooms were reasonably sized and well apportioned (good aircon is essential in Rome in July!), with very comfortable beds and good ensuite bathroom facilities. The rooms were serviced daily and fresh towels provided. There is a good selection for breakfast (tea, coffee, fruit juices, fruit, cereals, croissants, various pastries, as well as scrambled eggs and speck). The rooftop bar is not cheap ("city hotel" prices but not overpriced) but is well worth a visit. Our overall experience was excellent and I would have no hesitation about recommending this hotel to anyone visiting Rome on holiday or on business.