We were delighted to find a room, not only with a terrace but also smoking allowed! Our room was in the annexe, on the 4th floor, It would only suit those who are fit to climb stairs. There is a tiny lift that will carry 2 people to the 3rd floor but only works if the internal doors are shut & not everyone closes them. This was the only problem though - I would definitely recommend it. The annexe gives you a real feel of living in Rome, the other 3 floors are private residences.
Breakfast is in the hotel. Buffet offering scrambled eggs & bacon, boiled eggs, cheese, cold meat, toast, rolls, fruit, both fresh & tinned, cereal, yoghurts, coffee, selection of teas, fruit juice, warm croissants & muffins. I tried a wholegrain croissant out of curiosity & loved it!
The air conditioning broke down half way through our stay, we reported it & it was working again within a few hours. The room was a decent size, large by Rome standards, the bathroom had a large 2 person shower (with 2 shower heads, rainfall & normal) toilet & bidet. There is a TV but the channels are all Italian speaking. There was a safety deposit box & a mini bar beside the closet which were located behind a large mirror partition which swiveled round.
There was a kitchen area on the left as you enter the hotel floor, where you can make tea & coffee, kettle, sachets of coffee, sugar, sweetener & tea bags & a Nespresso machine with supplies.
The terrace is shared with 2 other rooms but each has its own table & 2 chairs and catches the sun all afternoon. The view is the triangle of 3 streets meeting down below.
The reception staff all spoke good English but not all the staff do.
The location is fantastic, it's so central! 10 mins to the Trevi fountain, Spanish steps, Piazza Popolo , Piazza Narvona, Pantheon. The Colesseum is about 20 mins walk as is the Vatican. We went for a wander after we arrived & found the Trevi fountain without trying!
A street map (supplied at check in) is essential. Finding you way back to the hotel is difficult as it is not on a main road but armed with the map you will be fine
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Housed in an elegant 17th century building in the historic centre of Rome, Hotel Adriano is very close to the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps. It's just a few steps away from Parliament, the Trevi Fountain and from the most elegant shopping district. It's the ideal location for anyone staying in the capital on business or pleasure. It's manged by the Ricci Family, who have celebrated their 50th anniversary in 2015. With its relaxing and cozy atmosphere, the rooms are a perfect blend of design, tradition and attention to detail with a refined elegance. Our bar, The Gin Corner, offers more than 100 brands of Gin from all over the world. Our rich buffets are served every morning in our breakfast rooms. Our gym is equiped with Technogym equipment with treadmill, bicycle, weights and free weights. We also have meeting rooms for business and exhibitions. Our professional and friendly staff are constantly working to make our guests feel at home. Please visit our website. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Adriano Hotel Rome
- Hotel Adriano Rome