It's a residential part of town so nice and quiet. The room is small but adequate. There was a quaint balcony off the room. The elevator is a little dicey. The rooftop terrace where breakfast was served has a lovely view of St Peter's dome. Buffet breakfast was great with scrambled eggs, bacon, proscuitto, ham, salami, cheeses, breads, fruit, squeeze yourself orange juice.
Easy walking distance to some shopping and restaurants. Metro right there. Took it one day to the Coliseum. Otherwise, we walked to Piazza del Popolo, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona. Nice to be off the beaten track.
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- Welcome to the ancient aristocratic residence that today houses Hotel Farnese. A luxury hotel blessed with a soft atmosphere of refined elegance and the efficiency of our friendly personnel. Its owners are pleased to personally welcome guests to the hotel, which has been in service for over 60 years, guaranteeing the courteous service with attention to detail that has come to distinguish Hotel Farnese from the 4 star hotels of Rome. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Farnese Hotel Rome