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Hosianum Palace

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#558 of 4,063 B&Bs / Inns in Rome
The Hosianum Palace has 28 rooms, proposed in a wide range of solutions to meet the needs of guests and offer them top comfort for a pleasant stay in Rome whether they are traveling for business or leisure. Unique among the historic residences in Rome due to its refined elegance and eye for all details, with the furnishings and comforts of its rooms, Hosianum Palace confirms the warm, welcoming ambiance. Empire furniture, damask fabric, warm colors in the linens in the room and bathrooms, internet connection, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, mini bar and air conditioning in every room. The private bathrooms come with shower, hairdryer and a handy complementary beauty kit. The rooms are available in singles, twins, double, triples and family (with four beds)
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Breakfast Available
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My husband and I stayed 4 nights at the Hosianum Palace in late April/early May. We enjoyed our stay, and would stay here again as the location is fantastic. It is in the centre of historic Rome - in one direction it's 5 minutes walk to the Piazza Venezia, a further 5 minutes to the Forum/Palatine, and then another 5 to the Colosseum. The Monti neighbourhood (near the Colosseum) is also a further 5 minutes away. In another direction, it's about 15 minutes walk to Piazza Navona, the Pantheon or Fontana di Trevi. In the opposite direction, it's a 5 minute walk to the Jewish Ghetto (lots of great restaurants), and then another 5 minutes you've crossed the Tiber River and are in Trastevere! 5 stars for the location alone! The staff at the hotel are also great and get 5 stars.They were really helpful with check in and holding luggage when we checked out at midday - our flight back to Australia didn't leave until 10pm. They also arranged a taxi for us back to the airport. The room, and particularly the bed, are what let this hotel down. The room we got (4th floor at the end of the corridor) was actually very large, so no issues there. Bathroom was tiny however. There was an air con unit in the room, so I'm assuming it would be good for a hot summer. We didn't need to use this though. The furniture is a little dated, and could do with a refresh. However, the biggest (and really only) problem with this hotel is the mattress on the bed. I know this comment has been echoed in many peoples reviews over the last year. I hope management realises this and does something to fix the issue. The mattresses aren't just hard, they are rock hard. It is impossible to have a really good nights sleep. And that is what you want when you are on holiday. Overall, we would definitely stay here again, but please please get new mattresses or even mattress toppers! Tips about Rome: - take a water bottle and fill up at the many nasone around the city - if interested in the Vatican Museum, book a ticket online before you, do NOT line up!! - book tickets (underground tour) if possible for the Colosseum - it's expensive, but definitely do the 'Twilight Trastevere' food walking tour with Eating Rome - this was a highlight of our time in Rome! - Bar Campidoglio - bar/tabac shop on Piazza d'Aracoeli which sells transport tickets (and good espresso) which you can use on the trams just down the road from the hotel, or on the many buses that leave from the Piazza itself (bus stop is called 'Ara Coeli/Piazza Venezia') - on the same street/piazza there is a great gelateria - Gelateria Vacanze Romane
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Response from Iza O, Kierownik at Hosianum Palace
Responded 6 days ago
Thank you for such a great review. We are happy that you appreciate our location and stuff. At the beginning of June we exchange all the mattresses in hotel. We hope that next time you will have chance to check them. Best regards Hosianum Palace
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Property's Favorite Review
We stayed at Hosianum Palace for two weeks in August 2018. Despite being very hot weather, the room was beautifully air-conditioned. The food was lovely and the staff were attentive and eager to please. I would thoroughly recommend Hosianum Palace.
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Response from Iza O, Kierownik at Hosianum Palace
Responded May 30, 2019
Thank you for such a lovely opinion. We hope that in future you will visit us one more time. Best regards
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Firstly the location was perfect and the receptionist, Alessandro gave a great first impression, he was so helpful and nothing was too much trouble. The rooms were unfortunately disappointing - I have never asked for a change in room but perhaps I should have asked if there was anything better as the hotel was not even half full. The room we had only just had enough space to get around the bed if I walked sideways. The bathroom was tiny but a good shower. The reviewers have already commented on the beds but it was so hard that it was impossible to enjoy a good rest. The only other disappointment was that the rooftop bar was not open either night that we stayed and the evening receptionist told me that the downstairs bar was only open for drinks for the staff. We were basically not really made to feel that welcome for anything other than to sleep. I felt it was disappointing compared to the photos that must have been taken though a fish-eye lens to make the hotel look so glamorous.
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Response from Iza O, Kierownik at Hosianum Palace
Responded Apr 16, 2019
Dear Alex thank you for your review also I will pass those kind words to Alessandro. All our rooms are standard ones and the dimensions are comply with the official requirements. I would also like to emphasize that we are not a hotel we are categorized as an B&B or guest house. I am really sorry that you felt bad in Hosianum. I hope that despite these inconveniences your stay in Rome was nice. Best regards
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This has got to be one of the most conveniently situated hotels in Rome. From the minute we arrived the staff at reception were so friendly and always willing to help. The rooms were nice and very clean. I was extremely impressed with the breakfast with lots to choose from. The rooftop bar was also a bonus, loved sitting up there. Overall a really lovely stay and would 100% recommend to anyone going to Rome!
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Response from Iza O, Kierownik at Hosianum Palace
Responded Apr 4, 2019
Sampicess1 thank you for the review. We really appreciate it a lot Hope to see you again.
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This hotel is superb. The service is excellent, and the staff makes a great breakfast that covers every food group. Centrally located, just minutes from the Piazza Campidoglio and the Forum. The rooftop bar serves drinks that you only find at a top-notch bar, and with a great view. If we return to Rome, we won't even check any other hotels: just this one!
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Response from Iza O, Kierownik at Hosianum Palace
Responded Jan 24, 2019
Michael thank you for such a lovely review. Hope to see you again in Hosianum
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