Stayed here in early July on first part of a 2 week trip to Italy. All the prior write-ups on this hotel were quite accurate. The hotel itself is fine but nothing remarkable. The front desk and service was actually quite and they were very helpful with logistics, etc. Given that we were out touring every day, we needed a decent hotel in a great location in a nice area. This location, Via Veneto, is one of the prettiest streets in Rome. Breakfast was in a comfortable room and was OK but nothing remarkable. The coffee was hideous. Tip: Eat at Osteria Barberini which is a little place just around the corner - it was marvelous! Make a reservation.
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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