My husband and went to Roma for the first time and stayed at this hotel for 7 nights. The staff were helpful, but they did not really go out of their way... Our room was tiny but we hear that is normal for Europe. The bed was comfortable though. We were close enough to walk everywhere - but it was a hike. Probably 2-3 miles to Vatican City at furthest, but we wanted the exercise and to see as much of the city as we could. No Internet here, but literally exit the hotel, go 1/2 block to your right, take a right at the light, and go to Cafe Vintage. The owner gave us free wifi, as well as great cafe lattes, pastries and sandwiches for a rely reasonable price. We did not eat at many places in the Via Veneto area because it's pricey. However, San Marco (1-2 blocks away) had delicious calzones. I recommend that you look on trip advisor to find restaurants (I had the app); look by neighborhood and you can find some gems. The hotel staff will call and make reservations for you - and usually you need reservations. Overall had a good stay at Hotel Veneto. The breakfast was definitely the best part, as they open at 7 - nice on days when you want an early start. Ask the barista up there for complementary cafe lattes, espressos, or cappuccinos.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Downtown Hotel (opened in 1962; building dates from 1800) situated near Via Veneto shops & attractions. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Veneto Hotel Rome