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Reviewed January 28, 2013

The location of the hotel is perfect with a walking distance from all major atrractions.
Many good resturants just outside the hotel.
Breakfast ws good and the staff was nice and friendly.
There was a problem with the heating , it was too hot inside the room and even with the open windows it was hot.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled as a couple
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Thank rangIsrael
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Reviewed January 23, 2013

I'd love to give this hotel a much better rating but it had one major drawback for us. Our room was incredibly hot and made it difficult to sleep at night. We mentioned this several times to Reception and they kept telling us they'd switched the heating off but it never got any cooler. We didn't expect to have both windows open all the time in the middle of January (especially as we then got woken up by the noise outside)!! Our friends had the same problem with their room, as did another couple we spoke to at breakfast.

Apart from that, it was a lovely hotel. Great location, nice rooms, nice breakfast and friendly staff.

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with friends
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Thank Mark U
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Luca R, Direttore at Hotel Lunetta, responded to this reviewResponded February 8, 2013

Dear Mark U.

First of all thank you for your time in writing the comment on your stay here at the Hotel Lunetta Roma.

We are very happy to read you enjoyed the Lunetta location, the Buffet Breakfast and friendly Staff and, of course, our well-appointed rooms.

We always think that the feedback from our guests is a very important tool to improve the level of service we provide to our valued guests as we deeply regret that you feel you have not received the first class service which Hotel Lunetta prides itself on.

For that we would like to explain that during those days you spent here, our maintenance was carrying out a lifetime upgrade to the main refrigerator unit, therefore you might have suffered from cold air limitation due to the work in progress.
Now everything is well solved and our electronic air conditioning system is back and performing very well.

We can only offer our most sincere apologies for that and assure you that for your future visit you will not suffer from any and that you will be amazed by the customer service and hospitality always offered here at Hotel Lunetta Roma.

With kindest regards.

Luca Rombi
Manager

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Reviewed January 21, 2013

....what more could a girl ask?!

I just spent three nights here and it was truly a home from home in the pouring rain and miserable cold of Rome in January. The hotel is in an historic building which goes back to the days of ancient Rome, but which has been all gussied up on the inside and turned into the trendiest boutique hotel you can imagine. I was totally delighted with my room, which had a window in both the bedroom and the bathroom, looking out over an ancient, cobbled square. The decoration was up to the minute, from the (real) parquet floor in the bedroom to the beautiful white marble in the bathroom. An enormous tub welcomed for a hot soak, although it probably would've taken me all night to fill it to the top. Gorgeous, fluffy towels were on hand, and a couple of lovely robes. In fact the room had every amenity you could imagine, including Sky TV, a safe, minibar and even Champagne glasses for those of us who like to have a little fizz before a night on the tiles. I would say more five star than four star.

The breakfast was fantastic too. A great mixture of hot and cold, from cold cuts, to delicious cherry tomatoes in olive oil, to wonderful scambled egg and bacon. There were even some heavy duty toasters which made probably the best and crunchiest toast in the world. And then, if all that wasn't enough, a big plate of cake! You are certainly not going to be hungry after this breakfast!

There is a spa in the basement with all kinds of treatments which we didn't try, but it is worth going down there just to look at the remains of the ancient Roman theatre which used to be on the site. It's allegedly the place where Julius Caesar was stabbed by Brutus and with the low spa lighting and the dampness which seems to envelop you when you get out of the lift, you can almost imagine you are back in the dim and distant past. Truly fascinating and not just limited to the hotel - several restaurants in the block have remains of the same theatre in their basements too.

I had a couple of teensy niggles from my stay, although they didn't alter my five star rating. One is that the temperature in the room was set at 23 degrees C, which although is marvellous when coming in from the cold initially, is way too hot to sleep in. I mentioned this to the desk and the chap said he would alter it to 20 degrees from his control panel....and then didn't. So we suffered another two nights in boiling heat.

The second tiny niggle was that the bath had no shower curtain, so every time I had a shower, and despite my best intentions, the floor ended up flooded and took about three towels to soak it all up. If you are staying longer than three nights, this could get old.

However, so many other wonderful things more than made up for these niggles. The fact that there are little outside areas on each floor for people to go out and smoke on, the lovely bar with friendly bar staff and delicious cocktails and the roof terrace, which seemed to be closed while we were there. I most definitely intend to go back to try that out.

And finally, the gorgeous, helpful man on reception who offered me train and bus advice on the phone before I even arrived and was charming and delightful for all of the stay. Worth going back for him alone!

Top notch!

  • Stayed: January 2013, traveled with family
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Thank Leopard_Lil
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Reviewed January 21, 2013

Our family (two adults and a teenage son) had a three night’s stay at this lovely boutique hotel amidst Rome’s old town. It’s just off Campo dei Fiori, a bustling square, but on a quiet corner. The hotel is centrally located so that you can reach all points of interest by foot, we only needed a taxi for the trip to the airport. The Lunetta has 30 rooms which have been recently remodelled. We had the Family Suite with two adjoining rooms. The master room was large, had a very comfortable king size bed and an additional (pull-out) sofa. Its bathroom was spacious, with a double sink, a tub and a shower. The second room had a queen size bed and was conveniently sized with an adequate bathroom. We were very much in favour of this suite, also there was no noise from the exterior (double-glazed windows) and the air-con was near to silent. The rooms were tastefully decorated and immaculately cleaned. Breakfast was included in the room rate and was served in a cramped room. There was a buffet with a nice selection, especially the pastries were very good. Overall, breakfast was okay but nothing to write home about. There was also a roof top bar which was quite nice and a spa, which we didn’t use so we can’t comment on it. By the way, the hotel was built on the remains of the walls of the Theatre of Pompeius, which the staff are pleased to show you. The employees were friendly and helpful and were always wearing a smile. In conclusion, a conveniently located boutique hotel with generously sized renovated rooms with welcoming staff, very much recommended.

  • Stayed: October 2012, traveled with family
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Thank swisstraveler63
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Reviewed January 9, 2013

This was a new, modern hotel in the heart of ancient Roma. It is a block away from Campo Fiori and about a 15 minute walk from both the Colosseum and the Vatican. It is also near great local restaurants for dinners out.

Our room was on the small side but what you would expect in a city hotel and the bed was a full king. We were in the "deluxe" room, which was 1 level up from their cheapest rooms, so I'm not sure what they would be like, although I think the "deluxe" of our room was being on the top floor with a vaulted ceiling, so I imagine the regular rooms were similar, without those 2 features. Everything was very clean and new. The bathroom was huge. Breakfast was fresh and delicious- yogurts, cereal, pastries, bread, cheese, coffee, tea and juice. The staff was accommodating and happy to give tips on dinner reservations. They do also arrange tours. Our package included free use of the hot tub and sauna, which was in the basement- check out the pictures on the website, the basement is actually the ruins of the ancient Pompeii theater. You have to schedule a time to use the facilities, which is nice because you get the hot tub to yourself rather than sharing with others. They also have massages and other services. The roof top bar area is also nice, although as we were there in November it was not in full operation but the weather was nice enough to bring back our afternoon gelato and hang out for a little while.

I would definitely return to this hotel and highly recommend it to active couples who want to see most of Rome by walking, which is who most of the guests were. There were also 1 or 2 families there. It is a small, unique, excellent boutique hotel that gives you the cultural feeling of being in Italy without taking away the comforts of home.

Room Tip: The deluxe room gave us a few extras like being on the top floor. Check out other reviews to see what the other rooms are like.
  • Stayed: November 2012, traveled as a couple
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