The hotel sounded so exotic. It was difficult to find since there was 1 big brown door that had no markings. No curb appeal. The manager had a nervous laugh that was a bit annoying. There was no lift and no help with luggage. We had to cut our stay short due to a medical emergency at home. We had a nonrefundable booking so they didn’t care. The rooms were nice but kind of dark and uninviting.
Couple of highlights of this hotel for us were the staff and the location (in that order). To start our trip, we were checked in by Tommasso who carried our luggage up the 2 flights of stairs. He was friendly and greeted us like old friends and made us coffees and provided refreshments as the check in process was completed within a few minutes. After that, we spent 10 mins looking over a map as he gave us a whistle stop tour of the must see sights (which you can probably do in 2 full on or 3 slightly more relaxing days). Gerald was the man on duty the following day and he was equally as friendly and anything we required, either was happy to assist! The room itself is clean and spacious with all the amenities you would expect. Whilst there is no breakfast as such, there is a communal kitchen which is stocked with snacks and drinks (complimentary waters, soft drinks and beers!). We didn’t really miss the hotel breakfast as we were out reasonably early each day and grabbed a coffee and croissant from a cafe most days (and generally speaking we were usually stuffed from the previous nights meal). The location is as perfect as can be for tourists. 2 mins away from the Spanish steps and all the other main sights are walkable within 15-30 mins (or you can get to the underground in 5 mins). This is an added benefit during high season as you can try and get to them early before the crowds start to gather. For those that love shopping, you will be in heaven as the main shopping district is on your doorstep and for those who love food, you will be equally impressed with the caliber of restaurants in the area. All in all a great hotel and one you should definitely consider if visiting this incredible city!…
My family stayed in the Crossing Condotti apartment and it was the PERFECT place to stay in the heart of Rome. We were all tired and jet lagged when we arrived early in the morning but Alfio was so kind and helpful and allowed us to use a space to get cleaned up before heading out to breakfast. The apartment itself is so perfect for a family. Our teens slept on the futons upstairs and we had the bedroom. They keep the kitchen stocked with cold drinks, which was really appreciated after exploring Rome in the sweltering heat. The air conditioning was also a treat. Besides being very comfortable, the apartment is in a central location. We walked almost everywhere. We only took a taxi to the Vatican and the Colosseum (though we also did a night walk to the Colosseum) and the taxi stand is just around the corner so that was really helpful. Alfio gave us great recommendations and checked on us to make sure we had everything we needed. Even though the apartment is in the center of the city, it is very quiet. I highly recommend Crossing Condotti. I'm so glad we chose this rather than a big, impersonal hotel.…
My husband and I recently stayed at Crossing Condotti and we loved it. We did a last minute change from a big hotel to here and are so happy we did. We felt like we were living in the Spanish Steps. The service was exceptional. Nothing was too difficult for the staff to do. The rooms are fantastic. Each one unique. We will definitely be going back!
We are a family of five and stayed in one of their apartment which is around 5-min walk from the hotel. Location is very convenient, right in a busy street at the centre of Rome and very close to the Spanish Steps. The size of the apartment and the two bathrooms are quite small but well furnished. We have our own kitchen and one of the nice things is they provided snacks and loaded plenty of drinks in the fridge which is perfect during the hot summer in Rome. The check in staff was attentive and met us at the apartment building, he was friendly, helpful and the process was pretty smooth. However, the air conditioner in the living room is super noisy and I need to wear my earplugs in order to have a good sleep.
We loved our stay at Crossing Condotti. Located on a quiet street just minutes from the Spanish steps. Our room was very nice & comfortable. The staff is very helpful & friendly. Would highly recommend.
I'll start out with the great---and there's a lot to like about Crossing Condotti. The location can't be beat if you want to be in the heart of Rome. Attractions in Rome are spread out in the city but this property is close quite central so walking distance to many places. Crossing Condotti is unique. It's not a boutique hotel but more like a guest house with about 6 rooms and a handful of apartments. . The rooms are on the the second floor and are beautifully decorated. They aren't huge but certainly adequate in size and spotlessly clean. Bathrooms are also not huge but are clean and efficient There's no elevator that I saw so it probably wouldn't be great a great fit for those with mobility issues. The person who checked us in, Thomas, the weekend concierge, assisted by carrying our luggage and was very charming and helpful during our stay. There are no amenities such as breakfast, fitness, room service, etc. but they do have a self service coffee bar with a few snack items and there are loads of restaurants right outside the door. Unfortunately the thing that makes the hotel well located has a huge downside. Because it's in the heart of the Spanish Steps area, the rooms are REALLY LOUD.. There are so many restaurants and bars just outside and even though the windows may be double glazed, it just doesn't help. I'm surprised no one really mentions this because we would lie awake until 2a-3a every night because people are is partying and drinking until the wee hours of the morning. Then there's trash pickup from all of these restaurants in bars very early in the morning, around 5-6a, so that's another issue. Needless to say we got very little sleep while staying here. I also have to say that the gentleman who manned the desk during the week, I think his name is Gerald or Gerard, was quite unfriendly and unhelpful. He'd always stare at his computer or look away for fear that we'd ask him to do something. That's the impression he gave anyway. It just made us feel uncomfortable when we came and went. Perhaps if you visit during the colder weather when people are inside, it would be a different experience. In spite of all the things it has going for it, I'm not sure I'd stay here again.…
We stayed in Crossing on February 2022 with my wife and 2 kids. Our room was really big, clean, and quiet. The staff is super accommodating and friendly. I would definitely come back there! The rooms include refill of drinks and coffee and our room had a dreamy steam room as part of it. The locations is spot on. Right in the middle fo the city center.
I stayed here whilst on a business trip with two other colleagues. Great location, a min from the Spanish Steps, great stylish rooms, great welcome on arrival. Plus given an early check in. Worth every penny. Gérald and all were superb with their advice and couldn’t be more helpful. If I could give it 6 stars I would !
We heard about CC from a friend who raved. She promised we would like the style, location and helpful staff. She was correct on all points. We will definitely return. Thank you Geraldo for your kind welcome and attentive service!
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