Just across the river from Castel Sant'Angelo, Suite Art Navona rises in Rome's historic centre, in one of the streets surrounding Piazza Navona.
St. Peter's Square and the Pantheon are just 15 minutes and 5 away on foot, respectively.
"Great location and better service!"
We can't say enough about the location and service at this hotel. You are within 15 minute walking distance of everything you want to see in Rome. The staff was extremely helpful and knowledgeable about local restaurants and options. They focus on "not touristy" suggestions are we're willing to help at every turn. The rooms are very small, according to American standards but, if you are spending time in your room, you aren't doing Rome the right way. Perfect spot to start and end every day in Rome!!!
"Great location but not 4-star worthy!"
I do not recommend this place to anyone who wants a luxurious holiday! I booked this by accident and the "hotel" refused to cancel my booking and refund me so I had to continue with the booking. Upon arriving, the receptionist was great and gave us directions and brought us up to our room. The room was dark with very dim lighting and with black painted walls. The format of the room was atypical - with the beds partitioned from the "hall" and the toilet. The bed was hard and the room was noisy at night. In addition, I did not bring an adaptor so I asked the front desk for it and they gave it to me, BUT when I plugged it into one of the sockets in my room, I GOT ELECTROCUTED. The "hotel" refused to compensate me and my sister (who also got electrocuted after touching me). I asked to speak to the manager who came down and told me there was nothing he could do and started making excuses about the electrical system and how my sweaty palms could have made me get electrocuted!! I AM A LAWYER and my sister is a doctor and that is ludicrous! upon pointing that out, he said that "these things happen" and asked us to move on! no refund or upgrade was made! Other than that, the only thing great about this is the location - it is very central with a taxi rank right outside. Only one receptionist speaks good english, the rest can barely speak it. I guess this place is good cos it was cheap in a good location but the rooms are really, truly, average bordering on poor.
"Great location and good room"
This hotel offers good value: it is well located, really a block from Piazza Navona and 15 minutes walk to the Vatican. If you want to do Rome mostly walking, this is the spot. The room we had was fine for the three nights we stayed: comfortable bed and good bathroom. The staff is great, very helpful. A few minus: The room needs more light at night, you cannot really see much. We did not get a key of the front door and when we rang at night no one opened. Thankfully someone came. Every guest should really get a key so that this does not happen.
"Cozy, convenient boutique hotel"
We had a great one night stay during a brief jaunt in Rome. This hotel is very convenient with the Vatican, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon and many others in easy walking distance. The rooms are unique and evoke a feeling of being immersed in the local culture. We actually enjoyed listening to the sounds of the city outside our window at night. If you have trouble getting around, be aware that there are a lot of stairs, even factoring in the elevator between floors.
"Good location, comfortable rooms"
Stayed here for one night. This is a very unconventional hotel, they effectively own a few floors in a larger block of apartments, so the reception is on the 1st floor and the rooms are dotted around the rest of the building amongst people's own apartments and other hotels. There is only one lift and it's barely big enough for two people and it's quite old and rickety so getting around from street level, to reception, to your room is not exactly relaxing. Reception were very friendly and helpful, and they agreed to hold our bags on the day we checked out. The room was big enough and perfectly functional, if a little 'industrial' in its decor. The bathroom was small and quite sparse. Lighting was on the dim side and the air conditioning wasn't the best so it was quite stuffy in the room. The location is excellent, right around the corner from the Piazza Navona, and 10-15 minute walk from the Vatican. Overall I would stay here again for one night but no longer. Not relaxing enough.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM
Please note, starting from the 1st of September the hotel will charge 3,50 EUR for city tax per person/ per night from 1 to10 consecutive nights. Children under the age of 10 are exempt.