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All reviewsoldest hotel in romegreat locationannex buildingthe main hotelthe hotel staffquaint hoteltaxi rankbreakfast buffetwithin walking distancewalked everywheregelatojunior suitefirst floori highly recommend this hotelspanish stepspastriesaround the corner
My husband and I stayed 5 nights at this hotel and we absolutely LOVED it!
The room was so beautiful, perfect for honeymooners. The daily breakfast was wonderful and the hotel staff was extremely gracious. My favorite part was walking outside everyday and seeing the...More
The view out of our window from the family suite was fabulous. We were looking at the Pantheon. The family suite was spacious and very well maintained. The hotel staff was very helpful and friendly. Hope to go back and stay there again...
This place has the best view of any hotel in Rome. Rooms 106 and 108 are awesome. It was great looking out the shuttered window at Rome going by in the Pantheon square. Great breakfast as well. Very clean. Worth the upgrade to the view...More
The location is just unbeatable. It’s right in front of the Pantheon and within walking distance of everything. There’s cool medieval art all over the hotel, which is fitting since it’s been a hotel for over 500 years. The staff were very nice and helpful....More
We started our 30th wedding anniversary trip with a 3 night stay at this lovely Hotel. Our loft room was perfect, very spacious, with two large windows overlooking the Piazza Rotonda, with authentic period decor, statue and all! The hotel staff made sure we were...More
With three of Rome’s most beloved piazzas within a five-minute walk of each other, the Navona/Pantheon/Campo area may be the prettiest and most picturesque area of the city. Join the beautiful throngs hanging out in cafes, boutiques, art galleries, and wine bars, or peek at a neighbourhood museum or monument. If you want nonstop movida, the streets here are busy with chic bicyclists and Vespa
drivers, street vendors, merchants, and locals. There is no rhyme or reason to its winding streets and there's something to see around every corner, so take pleasure in a spontaneous wander.
Yes the elevator is reliable but small. I believe there may have been one step into the building. When we exited the elevator on our floor there were rooms right there, but ours we had to go up another small flight. In our... More
Yes the elevator is reliable but small. I believe there may have been one step into the building. When we exited the elevator on our floor there were rooms right there, but ours we had to go up another small flight. In our room there were no steps except 1 into the bathroom. I think you can ask for a room that has no steps instead of the one like ours you had another small flight.
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We stayed in the annex building with view of the Pantheon. We had the Suite room with kitchen and the room was facing the pantheon. You have your own entrance and the building is just across, 1 minute walk from the main... More
We stayed in the annex building with view of the Pantheon. We had the Suite room with kitchen and the room was facing the pantheon. You have your own entrance and the building is just across, 1 minute walk from the main building. Everything was great except we could not control the heating system. The bathroom was like a sauna and the room could be warm but it was not too bad. We were just above the restaurant Napoleon and enjoyed looking at the tourists on the main square, we also had free concerts around 5:00pm. If you book the annex building, make sure to confirm upon checkin, sometimes they might try to give you another room in the main building.