We stayed here during the first week of July for 4 nights. The hotel is nice but somewhat dated. The location is a bit tough if you like walking to any place in Rome-- we tried walking the first day but then took taxis for the rest of the trip. We really expected the service to be better considering this was a 5 star hotel. There was only one person working at the desk upon check in and several guests were waiting to either check in or check out, which took up to 30 minutes. The front desk was not too familiar with the area and thus did not give any good recommendations for restaurants. The hotel restaurant felt very tired. The morning breakfast the worst of our entire trip (we stayed at 5 different hotels). There was only one person working in the breakfast area and he did not seem to care about cleaning the tables, thus plates were stacked on top of one another if you went back for other food from the buffet. Overall we did not have a good experience despite staying 4 nights and we would not recommend this hotel for anyone under the age of 40 years old.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- A few steps from the luxurious Villa Borghese and the chic shopping of Via Veneto, the exclusive Hotel Lord Byron, once a patrician villa, provides the best of both worlds: vicinity to the bustling Eternal City's main attractions and the opportunity to relax in a secluded environment surrounded by the staff's attentive and discrete attention. The property is a proud member of "Small Luxury Hotels of the World". ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lord Byron Rome