What We Love
- An elegant Roman villa stay in the Eternal City, with a peaceful garden and moreThe peaceful location in Rome’s Monte Sacro neighbourhood, close to the city centre
- All-day coffee, cocktails, browsing and book-borrowing at the Internet Café Lounge & Library
- Lovely guest rooms, each with sleek décor, warm colour tones and streamlined furnishings
What To Know
- The quiet residential location means it's far from the city center
- The guestrooms are simple but come with mod-cons
- Daily breakfast spread of fresh croissants is a nice touch
For style-hunters seeking a characterful stay in the Eternal City, this classy little three-storey villa with an elegant interior garden is a spot-on pick. Set in the peaceful Monte Sacro neighbourhood, it has everything you’d want from a Rome pad: a super-central setting, carefully-curated interiors, and a high level of service.
Once you’ve gorged on ancient art and architecture in the Italian capital, head back here to enjoy a quick sweat session in the little gym or a pampering treatment in your room. Alternatively, spend your time in the Internet Café Lounge & Library – a laid-back spot that’s perfect for web browsing, book-borrowing, listening to music, and sinking a few bottles of Italian beer.
Good to know
The hotel offers guests a complimentary shuttle service to the Conca d’Oro metro station where it’s just seven direct stops to the Coliseum.
Please note that a city tax of €6 per person, per night is payable directly to the hotel.
How to Get There
My wife and I booked a 7 day trip to Italy through the Daily Mail. Our stay in Rome was 3 nights at the Ars Hotel. It's like staying in Croydon to visit London. The area is run down with overflowing bins every 50 metres and broken beer bottles littering the streets. First the plus. The staff are charming and helpful and speak excellent English. Now the downside. The hotel is a 15 minute hike from the Metro and it's impossible to find first time around and nit so easy second time around in the dark. Going round and round with suitcases in the heat of the day was challenging. We were able to rescue two bemused guests whom we encountered quite by chance outside a nearby kiosk. They were using Google maps and still couldn't find it. We showed them the way. The room was tiny and the lift erratic. The power cut out on our first and only night although it seemed to be a tripped fuse We escaped to a more centrally located guest house with larger more comfortable rooms. We lost our money but our current accommodation is cheaper. The description of the situation of this hotel was very deceptive. Thank you Broadway Travel. Let's hope for better luck at the Diana Park hotel in Florence. We'll let you all know!
This hotel is lovely and clean and the staff are very welcoming and friendly the breakfast which was included was also very nice with a nice choice of food, it’s location is good as it is a five to ten minute walk to the metro
It’s supposed to be a 4 stars hotel but it doesn’t have the services of a four stars!
It’s good, clean, polite reception staff.
The elevator is so slow and sometimes not working which is some kind of difficult with a baby stroller!
It’s far from everything in Rome, but near to a metro station.