In the enchanting surroundings of nearby Via Veneto, in the heart of Rome, stands the Romanico Palace, close to historical sites, shopping areas, foreign Embassies and main Italian Ministries.
The Romanico Palace is a few steps walking of the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Galleria Borghese Park. It offers excellent transport links from the nearby Termini rail station and Barberini metro station.
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"A lovely stay. "
We had a lovely stay at the hotel. Staff friendly and very helpful. Restaurant was pretty with all the lights and view of Rome. Food was very tasty and good value for money. Very close to all the attractions. Would definitely recommend and i would love to vist again soon.
"Would stay again "
Staff were friendly and helpful. Breakfast was nice wasn't expecting much after reading other reviews but I enjoyed it was lovely continental breakfast lots of fresh fruit and nice pastries. Our room was nice, comfy bed with separate dressing area with a street view which we liked, room was also cleaned every morning. Hotel is in walking distance of all sights we walked everywhere got taxis back to hotel few times which were reasonable price. Little stall across road selling drinks crisps and sweets was great very friendly guy. Would have really liked tea making facilities in room, is the only complaint I have, I really enjoyed my visit x thank you x
"Roman Christmas holiday"
This hotel is in a great location, walking distance from all of Rome's hottest tourist spots including the Vatican, Spanish Steps, Collosseum, Via Del Corso, and restaurants, cafes, bars and shops. Amazing views across Rome from the rooftop restaurant. Satisfactory typical Italian breakfast. Hot component consisted only of over cooked scrambled eggs and pancetta. Pastries and bread unfortunately were not fresh most mornings. We upgraded our room as the original room we booked was quite small. Larger room had balcony overlooking beautiful Rome and large spa. Excellent water pressure and plenty of hot water. Downsides were lack of cleanliness, tired and unfinished room repairs (see images), the smokers balcony above us which meant we often couldn't keep our window open due to noisy patrons smoking; and sleep quality due to noise from dining room tables/ chairs scrapping on the above restaurant floor very early in the mornings, late afternoon and well into the evenings. The latter an easy fix which we brought to the attention of staff on four separate occasions including one in which I asked staff member Erica to lift tables rather than drag them. Sleep quality was also affected by renovations the were being conducted and two separate parties (one which lasted well after 2.30am) which we were informed by staff were held by the owners. Piccolo Roma was closed to guests but it was clear that evening the staircase above us was being used as access. Breakfast waiter Luca deserves a commendable mention as he did the work of five men often whilst other staff members stood around chatting amongst themselves. Ilaria and Vincenzo the hotels concierges were friendly and attentive giving us great advice on day spas, bars, places to eat and directions. Rato the bell boy was also very helpful and cheerful when attending to guest requirements. Awesome gym with modern equipment. Wellness centre was simply a wet room, with sauna and relaxation area. Massage and/ or beauty treatments were not available. Overall we enjoyed our Roman holiday as every experience is what you make it.
This hotel Is very much a facade. The staff are excellent but the standard of comfort is very low . There are no tea and coffee facilities in the room. The pillows are rock hard ! And when softer ones were requested we were told "they are all the same". There are not enough towels provided and our room had no wardrobe or drawers .Only an out of reach hanging rail which was approx 10 feet high. We ended up living out of the case throughout our visit . The room we had was very basic and at best a poor 3 star . The efforts to retain original features meant that the overall standard is worn out , dated and very shabby indeed . Certainly not what we had been sold in advertising material and photos . The breakfast is basic and just about ok . A very disappointing trip to Rome .
"Enjoyable Stay with welcoming staff"
We stayed here in January 2017, on arrival the front of house staff were really friendly, we were too early to check in, so they took our bags and gave us a map of the city and pointed out good areas to visit and directions. Our room was very spacious and grand looking. The room was cleaned everyday we were there and supplied with fresh towels and toiletries. ..And the shower was great! The location of the hotel is fine, although on a map looks a little out of the way.. but it was a 20 minute walk to the spanish steps and when we did require a taxi it arrived within 2 minutes! Breakfast was probably the most disappointing thing about the hotel, although the terrace on which the restaurant is located is lovely and overlooks the rooftops of Rome. The breakfast offering was fruit, cereal and a small offering of cakes and pastries. But if that's what you like then it was fine! But cooked breakfast offerings were just egg and bacon- which unfortunately didn't look too appealing. I would recommend this hotel for a short break in Rome.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM