The Hotel Imperiale is set in a 19th-century building on Rome's Via Veneto, near Barberini Metro Station on line A.
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"Very Good Location for cost"
Stayed at this hotel for a Collette tour and thought the hotel was in a very good location and it's staff was very professional and helpful. Rooms were typical for Europe...every room seemed to have it's own individual size and layout. This hotel, located on the Via Veneto, was fairly close to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps (10 - 15 minutes, depending on your steps). We were very comfortable at this hotel and would definitely plan to stay again.
"Average it's all"
Averages it's all abut that when we arrive only one guy work in front desk and he was very busy small room and average design decoration and not useful helps fro finding things and location I think old furniture and elevator say everything
"Great Location, Great Staff, Very nice breakfast buffet"
The only issue we had was that our room was not ready when we arrived at 9:00 AM. We landed at 6:00 AM on a flight from Atlanta, it was raining warm and very humid. After clearing customs and immigration we caught a shuttle to the hotel. We arrived early and our room was not ready, however, checkout time was not until 1200 noon. We were tired, hot and uncomfortable. It would have been nice if the room was ready. Not a fault of the hotel staff or the previous guests. When we finally got to the room, we had a room on the front of the building with a great view and little noise. Breakfast was well done with freshly baked pastries, ham, turkey, cereal, and scrambled eggs. (staff will make your eggs differently if you prefer). Oh and they had coffee American. Located within walking distance of the Spanish Steps, the Borghese, and the Piazza del Toppolo where there are a couple of very famous Caravaggio's. We would stay here again
"Hotel Imperiale, Rome"
Great hotel if you are using the very good Italian railways to get around Italy. Just two Metro stops away from Roma Termini railway station. Get off at Berberini and it is less than 10 minutes walk to the Hotel. Staff are welcoming and helpful. You get 10% off at the Ristorante Il Gazebo restaurant in a smart glass pavement "green house" outside. Good Italian food. Room was smart and clean. We walked to all of the main attractions which are pretty close by. All in all great value for money and highly recommended.
"Great location - for welcome and unwelcome guests!"
Hotel is in a great location - within walking distance of such popular sites as the Borghese Garden and Gallery, Spanish Steps, Fountain of Trevi, and the Pantheon. The lovely old building has been renovated and decorated with care. Our room was very clean, a reasonable size, with a balcony and well appointed bathroom. The buffet breakfast offered a wide array of mediocre quality. The coffee - even that prepared by staff in the kitchen and not poured from the urn in the dining room - was weak and insipid. Staff were courteous and helpful, except when our fellow traveler's purse was lifted by a pickpocket during a busy check in. They looked baffled, although this is a common ruse even in nice areas of Rome. Fortunately, two guests ran after the thief, who dropped the bag when they began to close in on him.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM