Hotels Near Aldrovandi Villa Borghese In Rome

4.1/5Very Good10 Reviews
0.1km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
My husband and I stayed for two weeks at Christmas time. It is a lovely place built in 1909 for the Worlds Fair in 1911. Lots of pretty moldings and gorgeous wrought iron, and beautiful ornate marble floors. The rooms have been remodeled w many modern touches. Our room was very spacious. The bedroom was separate from the main room. It had beautiful antique fixtures. Lots of storage throughout the unit! The bathroom was totally modern and new with a deep soaking tub and comfortable shower. There’s a nice kitchenette, table for four and a living room. Our room was considered a junior suite with 538 square feet. The breakfast buffet is great- eggs, bacon and different vegetable daily, lots of fresh fruit and yummy pastries and breads. Raphael, will cheerfully bring the coffee or tea. I won’t tell what a bargain this place is because it’s a big surprise- but a very pleasant one. This is in a quiet elegant residential area near the art museum-A short cab ride from town or a walk for the energetic sorts. Yes, we would come back.
4.3/5Excellent19 Reviews
0.36km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
Stayed here for four nights. Beautiful hotel in a nice quiet area. Only downside a-bit of a walk uphill to get back to the hotel of an evening but we managed it took about 20 mins from the Spanish steps area. The room had everything you needed was clean and bed was so comfortable. Breakfast was fantastic everything you needed for a full day of doing lots of walking. Luigi and Edward was too members of staff names I got who were very friendly as was the lovely reception ladies. We did eat in the restaurant one night the food was fantastic and tasty and again the two members of staff were outstanding but I didn’t get there names. Was a little pricey but for the service and quality of food didn’t mind paying it. We made use of the hotel’s bikes on our last day and took them down the cycle way along the river to Vatican City then went through the centre up to Villa Borghese. Would definitely stay at Lord Byron again. The hotel did have scaffolding up on our visit but didn’t impact on our stay at all.
4.7/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.39km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
My family and I traveled to Rome this summer and stayed at B&B Five. Lavinia was kind and helpful. She offered a lot of tips and recommendations. The rooms are very well-maintained, comfortable and updated. I loved the outdoor space and neighborhood. It’s lovated in an upscale residential area that is right near the beautiful Borghese Park and within walking distance to the center of the city. Would highly recommend B&B Five.
4.5/5Excellent19 Reviews
0.48km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
We were pleasantly surprised by how quickly we were able to check in and find our room. The room was beautifully furnished with a bathroom including bath and bidet. We even had a lovely balcony with a view of a flowering bougainvillea. Hotel Rivoli is in a cull de sac in the northern part of Rome and is quiet. When we arrived we had a late lunch at Nomad, a restaurant close to and associated with Hotel Rivoli We stayed over Christmas and had not realised that Rome would be all but closed on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. With the help of the receptionist we found superb places for lunch on both days and within easy walking distance of the Hotel. The buffet breakfast offered continental and scrambled eggs and bacon with a selection of fruit and cereals to start and even some chocolate cakes for those not on a diet. The coffee was really good. The walls of the public areas had lots of interesting old paintings and murals. There were also several statues too. Whenever we wanted to go somewhere, reception called a taxi which arrived very quickly. We were pleasantly surprised by the reasonable cost of the taxis and that made the centre of the old city easily accessible which was lucky because the buses and trams seemed to be operating a reduced service because of Christmas. All in all, Hotel Rivoli is a lovely place to stay. We enjoyed the Hotel, the City and the Food. We would love to be able to return to see more of the Eternal City.
4.5/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.54km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
Reasonably central in a great neighborhood. Lots of nice restaurants and quick taxi service. Hotel staff very willing to help with tourist information. Rooms are big and light and suitable for self-catering.
3.7/510 Reviews
0.73km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
Situated in Rome, within 1.3 km of Villa Borghese, Hintown Archimede offers accommodation with air conditioning. This apartment is 1.5 km from Piazza del Popolo and 1.7 km from Via Margutta.The apartment has 1 bedroom and 1 bathroom with a hairdryer. There is a seating area and a kitchen complete with a dishwasher, an oven and a fridge.Ponte Milvio is 1.7 km from the apartment. The nearest airport is Rome Ciampino Airport, 17 km from Hintown Archimede.
4.7/5Outstanding12 Reviews
0.77km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
Hotel is very clean and well kept, staff are very pleasant and helpful; particular mention of Zineb in the bar/restaurant area for great service. Surprised and disappointed that, for a four-star hotel, the bar did not open until 1700 and no food was available between 1000 and 1900. While there is a large restaurant area it was only used for breakfast. Dinner was served in a small room seating only ten, choice and quality of food were poor and we only saw two other diners each night. Breakfast was very busy, fairly chaotic and uninspiring: same warm hotdog sausages, part-cooked bacon and strange scrambled egg each day. Only two staff trying to cope with large numbers of guests, we felt very sorry for them as the buffet required constant replenishment. Although there appeared to be many resident guests each day, the bar, the lovely comfortable lounge area and the restaurant facilities were deserted each night except for the night when a local playing card club came to use the large restaurant and the lounge for cards and a buffet dinner. I can’t guess what would have happened if a number of residents had decided to eat in that night! I recommend the hotel raises its game on the bar/ restaurant front to encourage more guests to use them.
4.2/5Very Good9 Reviews
0.78km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
Wir waren 4 Nächte im Amano Home zu Gast. Die Lage ist, für uns, unschlagbar.
4.6/5Outstanding10 Reviews
0.79km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
I can not say enough good things about this hotel/BB, the service exceptional, rooms amazing, beds comfy. Breakfast delicious! We wanted to do laundry while there and they handled for us. Mind you there is no dryer but they hung them to dry and folded and returned within a day. It’s not a tourist area which is nice, there are a few restaurants on the street. Parking maybe an issue if you have a rental as you have to pay to park at the machines but we were able to find a spot in the evening. We will be back in September and plan on staying again! Thank you for a great stay!
4.6/5Outstanding9 Reviews
0.93km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
The hotel is great, and the surrounding environment is very good. It should be a relatively high-end residential area in Rome. They are all old houses and very beautiful. The hotel belongs to the standard European five-star feeling. The rooms are comfortable and the family loves them. The downside is that the restaurant upstairs is average and the price is not cheap. Breakfast is good, I don't know why other reviews will say that breakfast is not good, Italian breakfast is very simple, this hotel is already very rich, and delicious. It's not like a five-star breakfast room in China. In fact, it's not so delicious ... in short, very satisfied, highly recommended!
0/50 Reviews
0.99km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
With a stay at Ada Home in Rome (Parioli), you'll be minutes from Bioparco di Roma and Borghese Gallery. This townhouse accommodation is close to Villa Borghese and Via Veneto.Take in the views from a terrace and make use of amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access and a television in a common area.A complimentary buffet breakfast is served daily from 8:00 AM to 11:00 AM.Featured amenities include multilingual staff, an elevator, and coffee/tea in a common area.Make yourself at home in one of the 6 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and digital programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature rainfall showerheads and bidets. Conveniences include safes and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily.
5/5Perfect12 Reviews
1km from Aldrovandi Villa Borghese
So, starting with the positives, the rooms are gorgeous! My husband and I stayed in a room with a large terrace that had a great view of the park. We loved the bath and bathrobes and the bed was very comfortable. Breakfast was very disappointing though. All the issues stem from a lack of signage and communication. Signs on the floor suggested we should wait to be seated, this turned out to be incorrect. A lady bellowed at us from the breakfast bar that we should just come in. There was still no indication of what we should then do though. We decided to find a table. The problem was there were three of us, and all the tables for four were taken. This again was ignored by the staff, so we just sat at separate tables. No big deal, but I expected more, to be honest. I then saw a waiter taking juice out, so I followed him. Big mistake!!!! I had inadvertently walked into a private area with a lot of sports people. Some of who were in our area, but hey ho - I was very much not meant to be where the juice was and was very embarrassingly shouted at to leave. I witnessed two other people going through this embarrassing process whilst in the breakfast room for 30 minutes. Food has to be served to you due to the current restrictions, I understand that, I just wish staff would adapt to the needs presented. I waited for over 5 minutes to be served but because a couple took a long time to decide what they wanted, I ended up walking away with nothing. Two other staff members walked past during this time but did nothing. The sports people who were seemingly very important to the hotel were able to wander in and out of the restaurant, completely ignoring the one-way system put in place. This was very disappointing - if you're going to implement policies to manage clients, at least stick by them! At the end of the day, I wouldn't return. I'd saved up points for a special weekend, and felt as though I was an imposition.

Hotels Near Aldrovandi Villa Borghese In Rome Review

4.6/5233 Reviews
Termini Central Station
Perfect location, especially if you arrive from the train station, so you can directly leave your luggage and walk in the biggest open hair museum: Rome! The hotel is very modern and new! The twin bedroom was equipped with all the facilities and spacious and spot clean. The Staff and the property are very well prepared and following the new Covid safety procedures. A special thanks to the reception team, the super funny guy that welcomed me and my friend upon arrival and the amazing lady that was there upon check out. Keep it up with the great job and I’ll see you on my next visit, Ciao
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4.7/529 Reviews
Stayed here for 2 nights. Arrived late gone 10pm pleasantly surprised that the restaurant was still open lovely food. Also offered a snack menu if we wanted to eat after 10.30pm. Very lovely bar and chill out areasThe room was immaculate with a very decent bath and shower. Breakfast was continental but plenty of it. 20 minute bus ride into central of Rome. €12.00 euros ticket covers 48hours and can be used on all public transport. We used the bus, train and tram. Restaurants in Rome all charge for sides i.e. veg or salad etc. Eat in the ones way from the main attractions by a couple of streets. Wear trainers as you end up walking alot and pack a travel umbrella. Stayed 2 days and saw loads Night time was a magical atmosphere everything lit up.
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4.5/589 Reviews
Termini Central Station
Though the beds need to be updated, the room was big, and the location was perfect as it was close to the terminal. However, the city tax they charge was quite expensive. The hallway set up was a little confusing at first but not too bad. One hallway was a little creepy though; and the spa seems to open late and close early. The staff were nice and love the rooftop bar.
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4.5/5140 Reviews
Termini Central Station
We travelled as a family of 2 Adults & 2 Children. Most part of our trip to Europe we were all in 1 room, however at Rome we had booked a quad room with connecting doors, and this was amazing for all family members to have a bigger space. Both rooms were spacious, clean, and modern. Beds & pillows super comfortable, wifi works great. In the main room there was an amazing space to do your make up each morning with a mirror and lights, lighting needs to be a little brighter but great to have own area. Breakfast was only 9€ and quite a big selection, both of my fussy eaters enjoyed! The waitress was lovely and kind. Walking distance to everything - we chose to walk over the city as everything is walking distance and you get to see more, however HoHo bus stops are close, and walking distance to Terminal train station. I would 100% stay here again, and recommend this hotel to anyone! Also a mention to the staff in reception, who were very kind with check out! Great hotel, stay here!
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4.5/526 Reviews
When I booked this hotel, it was marketed as a Best Western but when I got there, everyone knew it as Hotel Roma Tor Vergata and there were very few visual indicators to link it with Best Western (even in their rooms, which were well-appointed and comfortable). Front desk staff were polite and accommodating. They spoke excellent English and were happy to provide directions and assistance. The restaurant staff were also excellent and very courteous. They even stayed past their closing time to serve a few of us late arrivals. Food quality was also excellent, though they had a limited number of choices. While I asked the front desk staff for directions to the nearest metro station (Torre Gaia) I thought I would be extra safe and also let my GPS guide me. 4 km later and after the app kept changing instructions and getting itself confused, I can say ... "Bad decision." The locals however were very helpful, even those whose English was limited). The metro ride into Rome was not very long and the trains were comfortable (NOTE: I did not travel during rush hours), and prompt. Also near the hotel, there were several shops, a supermarket, and cafe. I didn't stay long Enough to visit these places but they are well within walking distance. Overall, I was very happy with this hotel, for its location, room quality, food and beverage quality, value, and most importantly, service.
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4.7/557 Reviews
We stayed at the Monti Palace Hotel for a week in September. It is worth saying this was during the coronavirus pandemic so Rome was very quiet although case numbers in Italy were low. Firstly, the positives:- Location - hotel is right on top of the metro station which is very convenient. Note that you have to change at termini for several locations in central Rome. 20 min walk from Trevi fountain or pantheon, 10 mins to forum and colosseum. Small supermarket directly across the street and lots of restaurants in the local vicinity. We had good, cheap food at La Base, Ai Tre Scalani and Iari the Vino. Check in - we arrived at 12:30 and were informed the room was ready - much appreciated after an early start. We were told we had been upgraded to a superior room but that is the room type we had booked (and shows on our booking confirmation) No problem so we didn’t say anything but a bit odd to say we had been upgraded. We also requested a high floor to be away from the road noise and were put on the top floor for rooms. Room - room was a good size and overall very clean. The bathroom in particular was lovely. Housekeeping did a very thorough job each day. Air con was great and the bed was very comfy. But, see below the negative points The not so good things:- Breakfast - was included in our rate (not free included in the price!) it was pretty dire to be honest. I know with covid it is difficult but can’t understand why they couldn’t offer toast (we specifically asked on the form you fill in, in both English and Italian and were given bread), or why fruit such as a banana couldn’t be offered. We had the bacon one day - was the soggiest bacon I’ve ever seen and arrived in less than 2 mins so I assume was microwaved? Conversely the croissants are cold and from a packet. I understand it is a really hard time but I do think they could be doing better. The water and juice was good. Reception - usually very good but I did ask one member of staff if I could pay to print out some tickets for the colosseum we had booked last minute. He said only from 2pm which I thought was very odd (and too late for us!) seemed like he just couldn’t be bothered and his colleague would be on the desk by 2pm. The lift also seemed to smell really bad every time we used it. Light switches - the one anomaly in otherwise a very clean hotel. The light switches were filthy - really disgusting, looked like they’d never been cleaned and this applied to all of them - the two by the bed, the bathroom and by the main door to the room (pics attached). Storage - the room has been designed by a designer rather than by someone who has actually tried staying in the room! We had the largest size of room and it had one single wardrobe maybe 2.5ft wide - with a rail, and two shelves (there was another shelf but well out of reach). Half of one of the shelves was taken up by the safe. There was no other storage in the room other than open surfaces eg. table, bench by door. There wasn’t a si
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