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Hotel Mozart - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Mozart

Via dei Greci, 23b, Rome - Map
"Charming hotel, perfect location"
This is a charming hotel right off Il Corso in the midst of Rome's best shopping neighborhood. Location and convenience could not have been better. Rooms are simply furnished but comfortable. Service and housekeeping are very good. I've had better breakfast buffets in other Italian restaurants but this one is perfectly acceptable - ample selection, yummy pastries, pleasant breakfast room. A special bonus here is the rooftop garden. No one was really using it because of the somewhat chilly weather, but it's a pretty spot, with fresh flowers and lemons growing, and a lovely view of the surrounding rooftops and church domes. I would definitely return; good value.
Traveller from New York
Located in Rome Historic Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza di Spagna and Spanish Steps. Pantheon and …More
Hotel Piranesi - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Piranesi

Via del Babuino, 196, Rome - Map
"Lovely hotel very central "
Staff extremely helpful, breakfasts plentiful and easy access to all sights
Traveller from Oxford
Located in Pincio, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Santa Maria del Popolo and Spanish Steps. Villa Borghese and …More
Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte - Rome Hotels

Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte

Via Fontanelle Borghese, 56, Rome - Map
"Great location, wonderful atmosphere Roman palazzo"
Classic and elegant, if somewhat tired Roman palazzo of the Ruspoli family, takes you back in time to smother age
A Traveller
Located in Rome Historic Centre, this luxury bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of La Pieta, Spanish Steps, and …More
Albergo Cesari Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Albergo Cesari Hotel

Via di Pietra 89a, Rome - Map
Staff is great, location is fantastic, breakfast is molto bene
Traveller from Los Angeles
Welcoming guests since 1787, this Rome hotel is well-situated for sightseeing, being 300 meters away from the Trevi Fountain …More
Ripetta Palace - Rome Hotels

Ripetta Palace

Via di Ripetta 2, Rome - Map
"Good place to stay"
Within easy distance of major sites. Only for people fit to climb stone steps, we found it hard with suitcases. I would describe this as a guest house. Patrizia very pleasant and helpful. Breakfast across the road adequate. Clean room with plenty of room.
Traveller from Preston
Located in Rome Historic Centre, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza del Popolo and Spanish Steps …More
Residenza Montecitorio - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Residenza Montecitorio

Via Convertite 5, Rome - Map
"A jewel"
I stayed in Residenza Montecitorio for three nights in November 2016. It is truly a jewel in the heart of Rome. In fact it doesn't feel like a hotel at all - entering the property you get an impression that you are in a private apartment, and there just happens to be a receptionist sitting in the vestibule (probably it was a very large apartment once, later subdivided into separate rooms). The room I stayed in was designed with great attention to detail, with red satin upholstery on the walls, comfortable leather arm chair, natural wood furniture, and baroque paintings on the wall - it had a bit dated, yet profoundly authentic feel; in fact, stepping out on the street and coming back after the whole day of wandering the streets of Rome, there was a continuity of experience, in the sense that the hotel and the room itself are a part of the overall Roman environment and belong here much more than many other places with more modern design would. The staff at the front desk is very friendly, eager to help, and speaks good English. The location is excellent - 5 minute walk from the Spagna metro station, and close to Fontana di Trevi, Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Campo De'Fiori and other tourist attractions. One word of caution: don't look for a big street sign - there is none. Look for the seemingly anonymous doorway between two columns on the facade that faces Via Della Mercede, and for the button that would connect you to the hotel front desk on the panel next to the door. Enjoy!
Traveller from US
Located in Rome Historic Centre, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Galleria Alberto Sordi, Trevi Fountain, and Spanish …More
Valadier Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Valadier Hotel

Via Della Fontanella 15, Rome - Map
"Nice location close to Spanish Steps and shopping"
Reasonable price, nice breakfast, great bartender/drinks. Very mediocre room/furnishings. No workout amenities available. Front desk staff extremely pleasant and helpful.
Traveller from chicago
Set on a cobbled side street off the Piazza del Popolo square, this renovated Rome townhouse is 500 meters (a quarter-mile) …More
Hotel San Silvestro - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel San Silvestro

Via Del Gambero 3, Rome - Map
"Great location"
Staff lovely very small but clean. The best location so close to everything walked everywhere.
Traveller from melbourne australia
Located in the heart of Rome, this hotel is a 5-minute walk from Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and Palazzo Chigi. The Column …More
Astrid Roma Suites - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Astrid Roma Suites

Via dei Greci 21, Rome - Map
"Great location for all sights "
Would definitely stay there again. Easy walk to all sights, plenty if restaurants close by.
A Traveller
Located in Rome Historic Centre, this apartment is within a 10-minute walk of Piazza di Spagna and Spanish Steps. Pantheon …More
Splendor Suite Roma - Rome Hotels

Splendor Suite Roma

Piazza San Lorenzo in Lucina, 35, Rome - Map
"Great location!"
We stayed for three nights and really liked the location. The entrance to the building is fairly discreet, in the entrance to a Baptist church, with perhaps the city's smallest lift, but we thought it had a real charm! The room was comfortable and had a hairdryer, safe and a/c. Our balcony overlooked the square so it was great opening the windows and soaking up the atmosphere below. The Spanish Steps are an easy walk; and if you're a fan of walking the Colosseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and Villa Borghese are a little further afield, but also still in walking distance of the accommodation. As with most hotels you can't do much about other guests, so hearing those in an adjacent room talking loudly at 3am one morning, and snoring so loudly at 4am the next morning it was like they were in bed next to us, was our only negative! The staff were also really polite and helpful. But the real gem is Rome itself, so we spent most of our time exploring the stunningly beautiful city.
Traveller from Bristol
Located in Rome Historic Centre, this bed & breakfast is within a 10-minute walk of La Pieta, Spanish Steps, and Pantheon …More

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