We just returned two days ago from a 14 day trip through Italy. Our first stop was Roma with a stay at both the Relais Pierret and their sister hotel Internazional Domus. The building housing both apartment sets are located at 20 Piazza di Spagna which i would consider the 'heart' of the city. The hotel building is directly adjoing the Spanish Steps and is an easy walk to Trevi Fountain, Pantheon and many restaurants. The cab fare to the Vatican, Colesseum, and Borghese Gallery was between 6 and 8 Euros. I could not envirsion a better overall location
Overall I give this hotel very high marks and enjoyed the help provide by Giuliana and staff at the hotel. Since we were five (2 adults and 3 children - ages 9 to 15) we were faced with the typical travel dilema of how to configure sleeping arrangements where most rooms are set up for a double or two doubles.
The first day we stayed. in two separate rooms on the first floor of the building just down from the reception area. Both rooms were comfortable and sized to European standards (small). One issue was this was our first day of travel and the room directly next to the elevator got a little noisy early in the morning but then again with the time change we were sleeping a bit later than we should.
We moved to the Botticeli apartment for day two and three on the third floor of the Internationale Domus. The room was very comfortable and had a balcony overlooking the Spanish Steps which was very very nice. I would give this hotel a very strong positive reccomendation.
couple of other points:
1) Despite the busy streets outside there is no street noise in the rooms. With the AC on you feel very comfortable and it's easy to sleep.
2) the only noise we heard was internal room to room especially in the Botticelli apartment. The front sitting room with a pull out double bed shares a wall with the next apartment. The people staying next door had two small children. Theywere incredbily loud early in the morning and ran around starting at 8 in the morning. Shouting the whole works. This probably could have been managed if the room was occupied by less rude guests.
3) when you walk into the hotel there is nothing for you on the ground floor. Don't be fooled. take the elevator (very small little dumbwaiter, but very functional) to the first floor.
The hotel was fairly priced but expensive like everything in Rome. If your concerned and think maybe you should go with a safe bet and pay the outrageous charges of the Hotel Hassler up the steps, don't.
This is an excellent place to stay, very charming, great location and nice people working there. I would return without hesitation.
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