We stayed in the annex building. It was a little odd to get to our room through a building that had private residences, but it was very quiet and did not have the hotel feel. The room was great. The air conditioning was nice after a hot day on the streets, however it was a little week with the fan speed and could have been a few degrees cooler. There was an unusual smell at the entrance of our room, but thankfully we could only smell it when we were at the door. The stall was very helpful with tours and suggestions on the things to see. Breakfast was typical European, choice of eggs and buffet of select meats, cheeses and pastries. I would definitely stay here again. Lots of great restaurants within walking distance.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Overlooking Bernini's Triton Fountain, the Barocco is a boutique hotel with just 37 rooms (and a staff of 22!) Located in an old aristocratic building in the heart of Baroque Rome. Carefully refurbished in 2010 and 2012 to offer guests superior standards of comfort and style, the Barocco has followed the example of leading international hotels, becoming 100% smoke-free.Attention to detail, absolute cleanliness, unique and highly sought-after rooms, an atmosphere from times past, and 21st-century technology, make guests' stay at the Barocco a warm Italian experience full of magic. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Barocco Hotel Rome
- Hotel Barocco