NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto
What We Love
- An elegant stay in the heart of Rome, with breakfast, a dining discount and a welcome drinkFueling up for a day of touring with the complimentary breakfast and dining discount
- Staying in a prime location for exploring Rome on foot
- The hotel’s stylish rooms, with striking feature walls and polished wooden floors
What To Know
- The hotel is not in the city center, but is only a short walk from Piazza di Spagna, Borghese Park, Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps
- If you plan on walking rather than taking a taxi back to the hotel, consider that it's on a steep hill
- Take in sweeping views of Rome from the roof terrace
- Free WiFi
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
A stay at NH Collection Roma Vittorio Veneto places you in the heart of Rome, minutes from Borghese Gallery and close to St. Peter’s Basilica. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Villa Borghese and Ecstasy of Saint Teresa.
Make yourself at home in one of the 199 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with bathtubs or showers feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Enjoy recreation amenities such as a fitness center or take in the view from a rooftop terrace. Additional amenities at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and babysitting/childcare (surcharge).
Food & Drink
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel’s restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or stay in and take advantage of 24-hour room service. Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference space and meeting rooms. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
How to Get There
This hotel is in a strategic place, right around several great restaurants, within walking distance of the Trevi Fountain and Spanish steps and the Hop on - Hop off bus stop. It was clean with small rooms. The shower was difficult to step into, with no mat and was very slippery. Breakfast was average with a decent variety
We delayed planning our trip and booked this hotel by default as others were fully booked. As far as what you get for the price, it’s a fair deal. The bathroom cleaning is lacking but then this isn’t a 5star property. It’s more like a 3+ or 4- hotel largely b/c of poor bathroom cleaning and weak air conditioning in the room.
As far as hospitality, the women receptionists were very friendly and helpful. The bellhop was very hardworking and helpful. The dining room staff were lovely.
BUT then I encountered the rude staffer in reception. He had already been rude to another father and son before he started ignoring me.
The the rude receptionist saw me standing in line but pretended to be busy by staring at his computer screen. It was odd b/c he wasn’t typing or doing anything. Every few seconds, he looked to see if I was still standing waiting for assistance. He finally had no choice but to help me. I asked for a new room key. He pretended to look up my name and room number in a black binder and said he had no booking under my name and immediately started walking away. I slightly raised my voice and in a very firm tone started to spell my last name and then repeated my room number. He widened his eyes and then acted as if he hadn’t heard me properly the first time, and quickly started to make me another key. While he was making the key, he said something to the other male receptionist and they both looked at me in a creepy way. THIS IS NOT HOSPITALITY! I guess NH doesn’t educate or train staffers on hospitality or inclusive professionalism.
I’m a conservative woman and was wearing sportswear appropriate for travel. I went up to my room to check if anything was smeared on the clothes or face. I have no idea why the men were being creepy.
I would say that I originally wanted to give the hotel a 4 star rating for economic value and overlook some of the scum on the bathroom glass, especially as I never came in contact with it. However, it’s been a few days since that male receptionist was creepy and rude; and thinking about how he made me feel in light of the “MeToo movement” I can’t overlook it. He ruined the stay.
He was slightly taller and thin with a prominent nose. So, ladies, if you see him try to avoid him.
Location was excellent for our needs.
Checkin coincided with a delta crew arrival and definately noticed front desk lady debating in her mind whether she should come to desk and help check us in, she was an older lady but thankfully her decision was swift and after long flight from usa we were being checked in.
During process my son asked politely “Excuse me where is the toilet” an older man checking in the aircrew ignored him, I noticed, and as our lady had stepped away, I repeated quite loudly” Excuse me but can you tell us where the restrooms are”
He took notice and realized some of the crew were upset with the way he had ignored my son, he dropped what he was doing and left his station and walked my son over to the nearby toilet area.
The breakfast was good euro 24/ any one 12 and over
Meals a little pricey, but great service.
Some of the breakfast staff (older ladies had frustratingly poor english skills) the process for signing for breakfast was also rude and intrusive with them shoving the bill in your face as you are eating. Much better when buffet is chosen for guest to sign at beginning when they ask for room number
Room small esp with rollaway, clean bedding and towels.
Small bathroom, sitting on toilet only if door fully closed..
Uber rides to vatican/ central attractions Euro 18-26, cabs 12-18, front desk called cab for is it arrived within 4 mins
Cabs not all use AC, all ubers we used were big Mercedes vans with AC and helpful smart drivers
ATM near american embassy
Grocery store on the way for staples and emergency supplies was very helpful
Park behind meant noise outside low compared to other hotels i have stayed in rome.
Check out slow, again would Love manager to watch cctv of his reception staff, guy who eventually helped me floated around apparently doing nothing to help delta crew check in, and when it was convenient for him he went back to his position and took our payment. Another lady had previously had terrible experience with front desk With guy claiming he could not find her then laughing with his male colleague after deliberately delaying her. I told her next time to run her video to capture this discrepant treatment. To be honest the front desk staff need some starbucks training, I think most Anerican guests can understand what I mean. Not sure Delta would have their flight crew stay at NH hotels once that video circulated!!!
So one star because I do not support behavior of minority of front desk staff towards guests with natural tans!!
Used this hotel for a long weekend in Rome; I will recomend it.
The rooms are small but for a couple was ok. Please ask for a view room to the park, is very nice even it comes with an extra fee.
Very good breackfast.
We had a wonderful stay at the NH Collection Vittorio Veneto. The hotel was modern and had wonderful views! The hotel is in a wonderful, safe neighborhood, but still convenient to everything! Special thank you to Maria Grazia who made our stay amazing and to Michael the bartender for making some killer drinks!