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Trevi Palace Luxury Inn
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Reviewed June 29, 2012

My sister treated my husband and I to 2 nights here at the beginning of our first visit to Rome. We were not disappointed. The room was lovely and has not one but 2 personal roof terraces. The first had a table and chairs, the second 2 sofas. Perfect for sunbathing. The bathroom was amazing - the shower was very luxurious with buttons to make water come from all angles and different coloured lights. The sound system impressed my husband and the breakfast was good. The best thing was the location. Just round the corner from the Trevi Fountain and lots more that Rome has to offer. Perhaps a little on the expensive side but definitely worth a stay.

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 28, 2012

The trevi palace was a fascinating hotel as the location was brilliant, being so close to the trevi fountain, right in the centre of Rome. It advertises itself as a 5* hotel, although the room my girlfriend and I were allocated was a modern 3* at best. Looking through the pictures of the hotel some of the rooms looked fantastic so at €160 a night being given a pokey room was frustrating. I am currently staying at a travelodge at manchester airport writing this review. The furnishings are nothing compared to the lavish trevi palace although being sat in this room I feel somewhat ripped off by the palace. The room here is bigger and the TV is free with more hangers for clothing and a more comfy bed. The room I stayed in was called "Gianbologna" so I recommend avoiding this one. The air con broke for a day and a half also and the sleeping was torture although I assume this was just a blip. However I cannot take anything away from Rome as the city is AMAZING. The architecture is fantastic and I strongly recommend a visit to this city from anyone. Walk everywhere, to take all the city in, as everything is within walking distance including the Vatican. For the price of this hotel however, I recommend this place for location alone. The lack of satisfaction from the hotel room took nothing away from the holiday however, as we spent most of the time exploring the city and used the hotel only as a base and somewhere to get our head down. I have fell in love with Rome and would definitely return, however not using this hotel. On and end note the breakfast tasted nice, with 2 cereals bacon and scrambled egg and many little sweet cakes and breads but for a 5* seemed limited.

  • Stayed: June 2012
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1  Thank Kieran M
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Reviewed June 27, 2012

As the hotel sits only a block from the Fontana di Trevi there are a lot of people in the street as you leave/enter the hotel. Everything is close by, and within a walk of 5-15 minutes youshould be able to visit most of Rome city center by foot. I stayed here with my girlfriend and the hotel is very up to date, and rooms are really nice. For anyone (couple) staying more than a few days get a junior suite or similar! Regular room isn´t to spacious. Service is excellent, staff is both kind and helpful and the price-location combo makes this a place worth visiting!

  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed June 20, 2012

Trevi Palace Luxury Apartments are an excellent place to stay in Rome. The hotel was entirely rebuilt and opened in October 2011. It is only one block from the Trevi Fountain and four blocks from the Spanish Steps. It is within walking distance of the Roma Termini (rail terminal), metro, and most historic sites. I walked from the Trevi Palace to Roma Termini and took high-speed rail to Florence to visit Uffizi Museum and Gallery of the Academy. I ran every morning at the Villa Borghese Gardens which is above the Spanish Steps. The hotel staff will provide excellent fresh-squeezed orange juice, gluten-free cereal, and organic fruit for breakfast, if requested. The hotel employees are kind and considerate and will go out of their way to make your stay exceptional. The rooms are quiet, clean, and well equipped (some have refrigerators, sinks, and coffee makers). Max is the manager and he used to work at the Four Seasons in New York. Max will make dinner reservations for guests at the best restaurants in Rome.

Room Tip: Ask for a 3rd or 4th floor room with private porch.
  • Stayed: June 2012, traveled on business
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Reviewed June 13, 2012

Great location, can be very busy at times. We had a room facing the front of the hotel, it was really noisy, with lots of tourists around till late. The rooms are large, brand new and the bathrooms are so clean. The beds are very very hard. I would stay there again, only becuase it was so new and central to everything, which is hard to find in Rome at a great price. Good breakfast offered. Loved the free wifi! The staff were really nice and happy to assist with anything.

Room Tip: Get a room away from the front. Check and see if the hotel has other rooms with softer beds.
  • Stayed: May 2012, traveled with family
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