Our Stay was April 19-24 2012.
This was my third trip to Rome but my first time staying in the ancient city. The Pantheon was just around the corner from the Pantheon Inn! The hotel itself is a mix of hotel rooms and residentially occupied apartments. I thought this added to the experience of living as close to a local as possible without staying with a family.
First of all the hotel staff were very welcoming and helpful. The front desk answered and anticipated all my questions, and were very always warm and friendly. They even provided an easy to follow map of the area. The houskeeper was always happy and pleasant and kept our room well with clean towels and toiletries. The staff kept the breakfast area clean and well stocked at all times. She even assisted in getting the three of us to sit at a table together when it didn't appear to have one available.
The breakfast area provided standard breakfast buffet items; croissants, rolls, danishes, doughnuts, meats and cheese, milk cereal, yoghurts, fresh fruit, fruit cocktail, a machine with coffee, cappucino, macchiato, fruit juice, hot chocolate and tea. We never left hungry or disappointed.
The rooms were clean, and room decore was nice, not sparse nor too overdone. Lighting was ample, and an in-room fridge was provided, stocked with items to purchase. The King sized bed was comfortable and the bed linens were adequate. The pillows were a little on the flat side for my taste, but having stayed in Italy before, this seems to be standard. Our 9 year old had her own roll away bed and she seemed happy about it, and comfortable.
The in-room complimentary Internet was handy, but not functioning for only one of the days we were there. The flat screen television was digital, and had very poor spotty reception. Of course only one channel had English, but the poor TV reception didn't impact our stay in the least.
Our one window faced the church in the Piazza Minerva. We listened to the church bells from our room, which really added to the atmpsphere and the rooftop views. Late at night only if the window was open you could hear some street noise (late night partiers). Nothing terribly inconveinient though. Check out the interior of this church... We were so surprised when we finally walked inside!!
Staying at the Pantheon Inn, we were within walking distance to all the piazzas and historical sites. We walked to Piazza Navona, The Trevi Fountain, the Coloseum, the Forums, The Vatican and the Spanish Steps. The only transportation we used was expertly and graciously arranged by the hotel staff for a private shuttle to and from the airport. It was the most hassle free way to travel for two adults and a 9 year old who don't speak any Italian.
We can't say enough great things about our stay at the Panethon Inn.
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