Whatever the name is : boutique hotel, hostel, 3*/4* hotel it is irrelevant.I say this because after staying at Imperial Suite we moved in another area to a so called 3* Hotel with a higher price/night and with lower conditions. So a few words about Imperial Suite....Damian, the owner, welcomed us with the map of Rome, advice where to eat and he was very friendly. It can be seen it's a family hotel because they tried to make your stay nice and they were not indifferent to your needs. The rooms were modern, very clean, spacious and the bathroom very clean. The noise, yes you could hear things but we could hear noises at the Hotel where we moved afterwards. The breakfast was fresh and good. In the beginning we thought it's a light one but in fact this is what they serve you in most Italian Hotels and this is what Italians eat in the morning.
Close to the metro + free Wifi in the rooms (not to easy to find in hotels in Rome)!
If we'll visit again Rome we will definitely stay all our holiday at Imperial Suite.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Imperial Suite offers rooms with free WI-FI and flat-screen TV, just 5 minutes' walk from Rome's main Metro line. The Spanish Steps and Vatican City are just a few stops away. The Imperial Suites are equipped with air conditioning and a mini bar, all have private bathrooms. The breakfast room is open all day. The nearest Metro Station is Castro Pretorio and Termini Train Station is a 10-minute walk away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Imperial Hotel Rome