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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"Great Vacation "
Vincenzo the concierge was fantastic. He was very professional and extremely knowledge about the hotel and Rome. He was able to assist us with booking our tours (day & night tours) and provided references for restaurants, shopping and general information we needed. A big THANK YOU Vincenzo
We stayed two nights in this 200 year old building with updated amenities- free Wi-Fi that worked very well. The employees exhibited gracious humor and helpfulness. Rudalfo, Alessio, Max and Glenn were accommodating and so pleasant to us. Top-notch employees.
We stayed here twice during an Insight Vacation tour. By European standards this hotel was just fine. The rooms are clean and quiet and a bit small. But here's 5the thing..if you are spending inordinate amounts of time in a hotel room while you are visiting Rome you need to slap some sense into yourself.
"Nice hotel, friendly, helpful staff"
The Hotel Romanico is a quirky, friendly old-school Rome hotel, with some charm and a really lovely team of staff. Four stars it isn't- three would be more accurate- and it's not walkable to to the centre of Rome, around 10 mins by taxi. The rooms vary from just okay to wonderful, so it just depends on your luck. We were travelling with my Mum for her 85th Birthday and she was lucky enough to have room 616, which was gorgeous, and with a lovely balcony. Rooms could do with updating, and simple things like the addition of tissue boxes in the bathrooms and tea/coffee making facilities would be welcome. Food choices are the same for lunch and dinner, and whilst breakfast was relaxing, food offerings are limited and nothing special. In summary, if you're looking for a no-frills, friendly base, just out of town it's great, but 4/5 star luxury it isn't.
"Enjoyed my 7 Days here."
My first impressions were very positive as I LOVED the décor of the rooms. Very Roman and old world. The bed and pillows were very comfortable and the shower had amazing spa jets in it. Fantastic after long days walking. The highlight has to be the restaurant/bar on the second floor. The view over Rome is wonderful and the staff are friendly and helpful. The menu is limited. Would be good to have some more choice. The carbonara was the best I've ever had. Decent Aperol Spritz too. Breakfast was extremely busy if a tour group was leaving, so time that well. The hotel is in the Via Veneto area, near the American embassy. A short walk up the road is a multitude of good restaurants to try. In the other direction is a small supermarket that sells cheap drinks and decent quality meats and cheeses if you want to make your own food platter. The Spanish Steps are a short walk away. The only minus is that it's a little bit far out for me. I did walk 135km over my stay there (mostly uphill) which also meant that I could eat and drink all I wanted. So that's a win. Good hotel.. worth a stay!
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:00 AM