What We Love
- Killer location a block from Piazza Navona and a five-minute walk from the Pantheon
- The rooftop bar overs looks Pantheon and the church of Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza
What To Know
- Opened October 6, 2014
- Free WiFi
- There’s no restaurant on-site but the bar serves light appetizers
- Free WiFi
- Handicap Accessible
A block from Piazza Navona, this Rome newcomer opened in October 2014 and provides a modern base from which to explore the city’s ancient attractions. In the 43 guestrooms you’ll find ebony flooring, burnt orange couches and stark white linens. Kick back in a thick terrycloth robe and take advantage of the fully stocked minibar and luxe bath products before heading to the roof terrace for a glass of wine. The bar, dotted with houndstooth-print chairs and chartreuse sofas, overlooks the Pantheon and the church of Sant’Ivo alla Sapienza, a baroque masterpiece. Plan your visit for pre-dinner drinks, when light appetizers and specialty cocktails are on offer.
In the Area
The hotel’s prime location puts you within walking distance of Rome’s seemingly endless sights, including the Pantheon, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. Fritter away hours people-watching in Piazza Navona — arguably Rome’s most famous square — before fortifying yourself at Lo Zozzone, a typically mobbed sandwich joint that fills its focaccia with a dizzying array of cured meats, veggies and cheeses. For a more glam day, ask the hotel staff to book a Ferrari tour through Tuscany or play Roman Holiday on a Vespa tour of the Eternal City.
How to Get There
We stayed at this hotel for 4 nights and it was wonderful, a great little rooftop bar as long as the weather is warm. Rooms where spacious, beautiful and well equipped, beds also very very comfortable, I would definitely stay here again, great for couples and families, hotel breakfast was simple but perfect, location is brilliant walking distance to everything.
The Reception area of this hotel was both impressive and inviting, and the reception staff were always pleasant and willing to help.
The bedroom was of a good size, and the bed was very comfortable.
Breakfast and breakfast area:
The array of food at breakfast was certainly satisfactory and would satisfy almost all tastes. Unfortunately, the area in which the food is located is very cramped, so obtaining food became difficult if more than two or three people were attempting to obtain food. at the same time.
Also unfortunate was the fact that there were only two members of staff on hand at breakfast, who had to do everything - greet guests, replenish food in the food area, and clear tables. The result was too often that clearing tables seemed to be the lowest priority.
The roof bar was functional but not very inviting. It provided a pleasant place to sit in the evening, but the wicker sofas and seats were not attractive, and the bar staff did not open the bar at a fixed time each day: anytime between 6.00 and 7.00 pm. The light meal menu at the rrof bar was surprisingly limited, and not very appealing.
Notwithstanding my criticisms, this hotel is well situated for tourists and is certainly satisfactory. I would go back there again.
Stayed three nights in Rome. Travel agent picked the hotel based on location, which admittedly was very good. Hotel is relatively new. Rooms are pleasant, but not overdone. Our upstairs neighbor was very active at odd hours, and unfortunately we got to hear them. Insulation between floors isn’t great. Service overall was very good. There is not a separate concierge, so the front desk filled the gap. We ate breakfast at the hotel, which was fine. They have a bar on the top floor, which gives very nice views. Service wasn’t as good in bar vs rest of hotel. Finally, they have one elevator in hotel. It was mostly unavailable for some reason. We were on third floor, which provided some exercise. Might want to avoid higher floors.
The staff were friendly and helpful. The location is fantastic, as it is walkable to many sites such as the pantheon and Trevi fountain. The rooftop bar has a nice view of the city and surrounding hills. The room was very clean and well appointed.
This is a luxury boutique hotel tucked in a great location right by Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. Service was great and rooms were very comfortable , although typical small size for Europe. We liked having a hot pot in the room for coffee/tea and complimentary snacks and drinks from the mini fridge for our first day. We enjoyed the rooftop deck and bar although it was too warm for part of our stay. A big plus is the smartphone provided to each room.....we used the navigation to get around Rome...and find our way back to the hotel!.... and could even call back to the US on it for no charge . Pleasant staff and very comfortable beds.