What We Love
- Futuristic features include chromotherapy lighting and fragrance diffusers
- The Junior Suite comes with a spa bath
- A five-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon
What To Know
- All rooms feature mirrored ceilings
- There's no restaurant, but you're within strolling distance of some of Rome's best restaurants
- Bathrobes, slippers and Vrai products in Deluxe Rooms and Junior Suites
- A $4 city tax per person, per night, will be collected at the property
- Free WiFi
On Via del Corso, Rome’s main shopping thoroughfare, Hotel Trecento is a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel with a killer location between the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. Behind a historic façade, futuristic details including glass seats, silver walls and mirrored beds (and ceilings) complement such bold classical features as ornate fireplaces and huge arched windows. The tradition-meets-technology theme extends to in-room gadgets, which include multicolor chromotherapy lights, customizable fragrance diffusors, 65- to 80-inch Smart TVs (hooked up to an Xbox) and Bose audio systems. In contrast, the bathrooms are quietly opulent, with marble fixtures, plush bathrobes and Vrai toiletries. For a grown-up getaway, opt for the Junior Suite, which comes with a chromotherapy massage bathtub. While there’s no restaurant, Italian breakfast is served daily and cocktails are mixed every evening.
In the Area
With a killer location on Via del Corso, Hotel Trecento makes a great base for exploring the Italian capital. The Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon are both within a five-minute stroll, while the magnificent Colosseum can be reached in 15 minutes. If you’re looking to explore farther afield, there are several bus stops within a block of the hotel that can get you to the Termini rail station and Vatican City. There’s plenty to see on hip Via del Corso; check out Schegge for handmade leather goods, stop for a gourmet sandwich at Erzinio, or stroll round the ancient walled courtyard garden of Palazzo Doria Pamphilj.
How to Get There
Loved, loved, loved this boutique hotel. Ideally located within a short distance of most of the city’s main attractions. The decor is futuristic offering a true dichotomy from the ancient ruins that abound. The colorful lighting around the bed can be chosen by the guest and as shown, I selected the “royal” purple for my personal ambiance. The rooms are impeccably clean and the huge king size bed was extremely comfortable. Breakfast was included in the rate and consisted of a traditional European breakfast...cold cuts, croissants, juice and coffee served beautifully on a silver platter. The staff is absolutely stellar and Evan was particularly gracious and incredibly kind. On my last night, I returned to my room to find my bed sprinkled with rose pedals, a glass of Prosecco, Witor’s Hazelnut candies and a lovely heart shaped bottle of perfume placed on a tray upon my bed. Thank you darling Evan for treating me like a princess and making my first trip to this fabulous city, forever and *eternally* memorable. Arrivederci Roma...a part of my heart will always remain.
We were in Rome for 8 days and i was so lucky to choose this hotel! Yes its a botique hotel but it surpassed the rest of the hotels we stayed during our Europe Tour! High regards to Paul who gave us all the info we needed not rushing nor even got tired of our endless questions! The super big TV screen where we enjoyed our own Netflix account! The high tech lights all over the room, superb bed and huge toilet! Plus big cabinet space! Hotel is just 1 minute walk to the Piazza Venezia where u can get all the bus going around Rome, Hop on hop off ticket sellers also in the Piazza, grocery stores, Tram, walking distance to Pantheon.
Thank you Hotel Trecento for our home away from home in Rome!
Simple hotel that was clean, with good service/value, nice staff and location was perfect.
Hotel is on the 2nd floor. Take the cool elevator up, press the bottons of the door across, and the entrance door will be to your left.
Location is why I picked this. Short walk to the Pantheon, 10-15 min walk to the Colosseum and Forum. Bus station to get to the Vatican (#64) was around the corner, and buses up Via Del Corso and shopping were across the street.
The 'trendy' theme is the colored room lights. I actually liked it, and easy to operate after a 1 min tutorial by staff! TV was a different story...while simple is always better, not here. You need three remotes to operate the TV. Game controller to turn on the SAT box, a remote to turn on the TV, and a third to change channels. Would be easier if it was set up for a simple remote. Really was the only thing I could complain about, and it wasn't a big deal as we only used the tv during breakfast. Rest of the day, we were out of the room or sleeping.
Breakfast is included, but served in your room. You need to order the night before. Recommendation I would make is to have the staff leave a "breakfast card" in the room to be filled out. Easier to see what's available, and you simply check the box you need and how many.
We came from Rome–Fiumicino airport and took a shared shuttle to the hotel. You can find one at the counters near the taxi stand for 15 Euro per person. Trip took 35 minutes and you pay when you arrive at the hotel. Otherwise, Taxi is set price of 48 Euro, and that's what we took to return to the airport. Taking the train isn't worth the time.
Hotel Trecento is located perfectly, the staff are amazing and our room is very modern (however so modern I find it sometimes difficult to understand putting the correct room lighting or temperature without needing the staff's assistance). Its a small boutique hotel so spaces are limited however I was still impressed with the hotel in general... I can't get over how close we are to everything amazing about Rome.
Customer service is top notch !!!
When in Rome, I will never hesitate to book a room with Hotel Trecento again and again.
My mum and I booked a short five night stay at Hotel Trecento back in September so that we could explore Rome whilst staying fairly central. The hotel itself is very central, located on the road right next to the Piazza Venezia. There is a lovely old-fashioned lift that takes you up to the second floor where the hotel is located (it's all on one floor), where you enter a brightly coloured, ultra-modern reception area.
Our room was fantastic, with chromatherapy lights in the bedroom and bathroom which were fairly easy to use (you are shown how to use these controls). There is a gigantic television on the wall, a huge bed and plenty of wardrobe space, although a few more hangers may have been handy. The bathroom has a waterfall shower and plenty of room to move around. The whole bedroom had a fabulously modern effect to it with lots of attention being put into the design and layout! The controller for the television and air conditioning is through an X-box, which is ok for me as I have used these devices before. You are shown how to adjust the temperature and access TV and Netflix, but if you are struggling, just ask one of the lovely members of staff!
We only had breakfast one of the mornings we were there as we had an early start, we were given a few things including yoghurt, croissants and maybe some fruit as well, but I don't think the breakfast was worth the money paid for it (I think this was between 8-11 euros). The staff at the hotel are constantly ready to help and are eager to please - always so friendly and welcoming, helping us navigate Rome and see the best places.
We were incredibly lucky in fact, as the hotel manager asked us if we wanted to switch rooms to their Junior Deluxe Suite as it was currently being trialled. This room was even more incredible, with a large round bed, large TV area with controls and your own entrance door and hallway. The bathroom was much bigger than the standard room, with a jacuzzi at one end (also has chromotherapy lights). We were asked to review the room so that improvements could be made, so here is what we thought. The room was absolutely stunning, with the chromotherapy lights and modern feel to the whole hotel is a fantastic twist in such a historic city. The bathroom was equally as amazing, however with having the jacuzzi tub there, there wasn't room for a shower which is something that would be nice to have the option of as the shower-head on the jacuzzi was a pain to use.
Considering that the Junior Deluxe Room was about £500 more than what we had paid for the standard room, we thought it was quite pricey as there are only a few upgraded features. We have both said that we would come back to this hotel in the future, but we would only be purchasing the standard room, as the Deluxe Suite would definitely suit more a couple (particularly fantastic for those on a honeymoon or celebrating an anniversary!!).
We did have a fantastic stay at Hotel Trecento and felt very welcomed there with a fantastic staff and cleaning team (the beds are always done SO neatly!). Would definitely recommend this hotel for a completely modern twist on such a beautifully old and historic city, and as it is centrally located, you shouldn't struggle to get to any of the main attractions!!