The Tribune Hotel
What We Love
- A brand-new hotel in the historic heart of Rome, with breakfast, a welcome drink and moreBeing one of the first to stay at this new boutique hotel
- The perfect location, steps from Villa Borghese gardens and Via Veneto
- Sipping a glass of wine while taking in the views from the rooftop terrace
What To Know
- Free WiFi and rooms have Bluetooth music capability
- Located just minutes from the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain
- Decor is sleek and modern; no old-world Italian feel here
The Tribune Hotel may be new, but its sleek and modern design is making it stand out from the crowd already, even in an upscale neighborhood packed with luxury properties. A member of the Tridente Collection of unique boutique hotels, these city digs exude warmth and style, from the chic guest rooms, with their black-marble floors and luxurious bathrooms, all the way up to the fabulous rooftop terrace, where you can take in panoramic views of the Eternal City.
Speaking of the romantic Italian capital, you’ll be perfectly placed to discover it from this cool city base in Rome’s historic heart. Here, you’re just steps from the Villa Borghese gardens and a stone’s throw from the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto, meaning many of the city’s must-see attractions are right at your fingertips. Addresses don’t come much better than this for exploring Rome.
The sleek guest rooms offer all the mod-cons you’d expect from a new hotel. Floors are made from polished black marble, while beds feature crisp white linens. Soothing grey furniture, including a desk and sofa, round out the neutral palette. Classic rooms measure 194 square feet, while Superior rooms are 237 square feet, and Executive rooms are larger still, at 269 square feet.
The hotel’s daily continental breakfast includes juices, coffee and pastries. In-room breakfast is also available. Later on, curl up with a nice glass of wine or a Campari at the exclusive Lounge Bar, or bring your own rations up to the rooftop terrace for a stunning sundowner. Otherwise, the neighborhood is filled with tempting restaurants, and many are lined up along Via Campania right outside the hotel.
The Tribune Hotel is conveniently located along Via Campania, a tree-lined street that looks out on the Aurelian Walls, which date back to the second century. Rome’s most gorgeous green space, Villa Borghese gardens, is a five-minute walk away, while the Spanish Steps (and nearby Metro station) are a pleasant 10-minute stroll. The area – Rome’s historic heart – is filled with upscale hotels and restaurants, and it’s just a short walk to the city’s best shopping.
How to Get There
We booked 5 nights in December 2018 and we had a really wonderful stay. The staff were all very polite and very helpfull. The guy at the receiption (Walter) was there when we arrived providing to us some complimentary drinks and also upgrading our stay from the classical double that we had already booked to the Superior room with no extra charge. The room was very nice, extremely clean and the hotel very well situated in a nice area in the historic centre and very close to the Spanish steps. I would definitely use the same the hotel in my next visit in Rome and I would highly recommend it to anyone.
This hotel is in an excellent location with good restaurants within a 5 minute walk. The hotel staff were most helpful with directions on use of the subway and taxis as well as restaurant recommendations. We had an Executive Room which was very spacious. The room was clean, comfortable, quiet, and nicely appointed. The hotel has a upscale feel but is comfortable and relaxing. It was an excellent value for the location and quality of the hotel.
We recently stayed at this very modern boutique hotel and was highly impressed with the decor. On arrival we found the staff very welcoming and friendly and were only too eager to please.
As we were celebrating my husbands birthday they kindly upgraded us to an executive room and on opening the door it had a WOW factor. The room was very well appointed and the quality of the bed ensured you had a good nights sleep after having a tiring day walking around the sites of Rome.
We were pleasanty surprised when we went to breakfast on the first morning as we were expectlng a continental style breakfast but this also included scramble eggs, bacon and sausages which was more to the English pallet.
One absolute bonus was the hotel providing each room with a mobile so you could phone home free of charge, book trips and taxis and also a GPS to help you find your way around Rome which we found to be extremely helpful.
The hotel is reasonably well positioned and within walking distance to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon plus many shops and restaurants.
So if like us you prefer a ultra modern and intimate hotel rather than a large traditional one The Tribune would be right up your street as we couldn’t rate it more highly.
If you are on your first visit to Rome we would recommend the Hop On, Hop Off buses at 20 euros each for a full day this is excellent value and it ensures you see all the main places of interest. We booked this through the hotel which we found to be cheaper than the independent ticket sellers.
Excellent Hotel- Nice upscale ambience and atmosphere without being stuffy. Front desk staff very nice and helpful. In particular Elizia was wonderful young lady- very sweet and helpful. Walter also tried best to help when a tour company failed to pick us up, as they contracted to do. Very much welcoming feeling. Very good breakfast too. Highly recommend.
Spent a fantastic weekend in Rome at The Tribune Hotel. Was over for some business and leisure. We had a Superior Room the most comfortable beds our friends had a Classic, both are a really good size. The hotel also has a wonderful roof top bar, well worth a visit. Great and friendly staff, who all spoke excellent English. Breakfast was OK, plenty of options.