Stayed in this hotel for for 2 weeks. Our room was TINY. Not enough closet space for 2 people, we had to live out of our luggage. If the suitcase was on the floor we could not walk around the bed, so small is the room. So it was a game the whole time, pick up the suitcase to take something out, put it on the floor up down up down - all the time - kinda got old after a few days. (Double Room). Our room was just old, ie. wall paper coming off the walls. The fridge door could not open completely, it is to close to the bed. More care can be taken about deep cleaning the rooms after guests leave, but every day cleaning was good. Hotel owners forget about the power clean, comfortable rooms have.
On the upside, the room has a Jacuzzi tub, which definitely helped after a long day on the cobble streets of Rome.
The location is perfect, close to everything, bus, metro. etc.
Breakfast was average, nothing spectacular, but also nothing to complain about.
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- Hotel set in a restored building dating from 1700 with modern amenities, breakfast room, multilingual staff, excellent location. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Imperiale Hotel Rome
- Imperial Hotel Rome