This is a lovely place to stay... Very close to the colosseum and the metro station to take you to all the other places you need to be... Giulia is a very friendly and helpful host and the rooms are clean and smart... Such a reasonable price for a nice place so close to a world famous building...The other guests are always respectful too, great also for families, friends and couples but on my own I always enjoy as well
We are an early-retired British couple resident elsewhere in Italy. We stayed at this hotel in June 2020 just as the Covid-19 restrictions on travel had been lifted. Despite the appeal of the gorgeously baroque hotel room décor we chose an apartment; we prefer to have a comfortable place to sit, some space & facilities. Our apartment was fewer than 20 paces away, directly opposite the hotel frontage, overlooking the small piazza that is also conveniently occupied by a restaurant, an enoteca and a bar. A well stocked Carrefour express is a 20 second walk away and all other supplies are available on and around Campo di Fiori itself. The apartment building appears very old & sports antique painted walls but once inside the apartment all is clean, modern and well appointed. We were delighted with our accommodation, its location and position. The bed was very comfortable, the double (or maybe triple) glazed windows so completely blocked the ever present street noise of Rome that not only did we have the best night’s sleep ever in over 40 years of visiting Rome but also managed to oversleep by an hour of our usual routine. Sig. Andrea and his two colleagues were extremely pleasant and helpful; the hotel was smart & clean, it is well positioned in the city for all sightseeing and public transport. The views from the delightful roof terrace (with a lift/elevator to just a few stairs short of the top) are stunning and those lucky enough to have the suites 601 and 603 have these views from their own room terraces, which must be heavenly. I noted some previous reviews that complained about shabby entrance stairwells, which is an observation by those unfamiliar with Italian & particularly Roman, apartment buildings. The hallways and the central atria of these buildings are rarely lavished with attention & in no way reflect the standards of the apartments they serve. I am not a frequent reviewer & only tend to put digits to keyboard to recommend or caution. I try to balance pros and cons and describe at least one item to a location’s detriment, just because mentioning a trifle can demonstrate the benefits more clearly. However, the only thing I can come up with for this apartment is that if one is blessed with greater than average height (over 6’6” at a guess) then the ceiling beams are rather low & you are likely to get a couple of bruises; but then you are probably accustomed to that anyway. So, as you can deduce, there is just no reason not to choose an apartment at this charming hotel, much as it grieves me to make the chances of availability lessen for our future return visits.…
The level of service at this hotel was way beyond my expectation. This was a special birthday weekend, the hotel booked great restaurants and guided tours ahead of our visit. Excellent attention to detail and friendly staff, who are passionate about their great hotel and Rome! Thank you
Stayed here for our anniversary and everything was just perfect. Beautiful room at a reasonable price, incredibly friendly and helpful staff - everything was just spot on. Had breakfast on the roof terrace which was the cherry on the cake. Highly recommend and thanks to the staff for making our stay so wonderful. We will be back!
Highly recommend. Stayed at that beautifully located hotel mid of Oct. 2020. Good service, very nice staff. And again, the location directly at the Piazza die Fiori is ideal in terms of walking distances to other great spots in the heart of the city as well as atmosphere and feeling cozy and comfy. Classical room interior designs (no design hotel) but that's cool too.