We loved the location of this hotel - easy walking distance to just about everything in Roma. The furthest we walked was to the Coliseum one way and the Vatican the other - probably 30 minutes if you walk fast but who wants to walk too fast in Rome? The hotel is close to many great restaurants and close enough to the Via del Corso to go shopping without staying on that busy strip. It is fairly quiet for a Rome hotel during the night. We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of the breakfast and we loved the bar area. The hotel looks like it has been extended as and you step up to the newer section on the same floor into the building next door. Our teenagers stayed in the 'older' and cheaper part of the Hotel but their Classic room and bathroom were much bigger. Our room was in the 'newer' Deluxe section, over styled, smaller and more expensive. I would definitely stay at the hotel again for the location but the cheaper rooms are better value for money and space with a proper closet / wardrobe. You really don't want to spend too much time in your room anyway. Some of the more expensive rooms have a kettle to boil water in your room but not ours. There is no guest laundry but a laundromat about 5 minutes walk away if you can find it tucked away; they wash and fold the clothes for you so no down time waiting around. The service on Reception was patchy - most of the staff were very friendly and helpful, one was gruff - but we are fairly independent travellers and live in a big city ourselves so don't expect much from Reception staff. We were there just after Christmas and we LOVED the upside-down Christmas tree strung with lights that was hanging from the ceiling in the bar area - it was a real talking point as were some of the other art works in the Reception area. The gym was small but functional and helped work off some of that Alfredo pasta from the restaurant around the corner that invented it.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Housed in an elegant 17th century building in the historic centre of Rome, Hotel Adriano is very close to the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps. It's just a few steps away from Parliament, the Trevi Fountain and from the most elegant shopping district. It's the ideal location for anyone staying in the capital on business or pleasure. But it is more than that. It is also a meeting place and a reference point, not only for guests but for locals to promote their events and activities.Managed by the Ricci Family who this year will be celebrating their 50th year aniversary. The hotel was recently renovated. With its relaxing and cozy atmosphere, the rooms are a perfect blend of design, tradition and attention to detail, providing both refined elegance and a home away from home.Our guests can enjoy each and every part of our hotel. It's starts at the reception area, with its large curved Welcome Desk which leads to our new bar The Gin Corner,with its 90 brands of Gin from all over the world, and the winter garden lounge. Not to mention the elegant and cozy bedrooms, the breakfast rooms, where rich buffets are served every morning, with our Technogym with treadmill, bicycle, weights and free weights and the well-equipped meeting rooms.Our discrete, professional and friendly staff are constantly working to make our guests feel at home. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Adriano Hotel Rome
- Hotel Adriano Rome