This boutique hotel is basically a bunch of rooms on a floor of an apartment building. There is no lobby, per se, simply a desk by the entrance which serves as Reception, and a very small kitchen which is where the staff prepare breakfast. The rooms are nicely styled - modern, red decor, very clean, although there are obvious signs of wear-and-tear (carpets frayed along the edges, scuff marks on walls etc). Each morning, you simply open your door and tell the staff you would like your breakfast, which they bring to your room. Other reviews have commented on the poor-quality of the breakfast but it is a Continental breakfast, not American breakfast. For a Continental breakfast, it is quite apt (juice, coffee, croissant, yoghurt, toast). Internet access is readily available for free and the staff are incredibly helpful, polite and informative. Termini station is about a 15-minute walk away, or you can catch one of the buses from the stop around the corner, including the #62 which takes you to nearly all the Roman sights.
We would stay there again should we revisit Rome.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Imperial Suite offers rooms with free WI-FI and flat-screen TV, just 5 minutes' walk from Rome's main Metro line. The Spanish Steps and Vatican City are just a few stops away. The Imperial Suites are equipped with air conditioning and a mini bar, all have private bathrooms. The breakfast room is open all day. The nearest Metro Station is Castro Pretorio and Termini Train Station is a 10-minute walk away. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Imperial Hotel Rome