Hotel delle Nazioni

Address: Via Poli 6, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Piazza di Trevi, Il Gelato di San Crispino, and Column of Marcus Aurelius.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel delle Nazioni Rome

    Wonderful location & staff!


    I booked the Hotel Delle Nazioni with for my 20 year old daughter traveling with a friend. She and I could not have been more pleased! The location is fabulous and the staff was very courtious and helpful. I would not hesitate to use & book this hotel again. Many thanks for jobs well done!



    We (me and my wife) stayed there five years ago on honeymoon and it was wonderfull.

    Never again!


    The hotel was advertised as recently was completely under construction. Advertised as air conditioned...the air conditioning was not working ANYWHERE in the hotel. Each evening we had to make a choice to either suffocate or open the lone window and suffer the unbearable noise. Staff was unusually unfriendly. We were very surprised and disappointed. Would not recommend it.

    Visiting again


    We loved the Delle Nazioni so much, we are planning a second visit. The rooms were clean comfortable and incredible value for money considering the brilliant location, just steps to the Trevi, Via Veneto and the Spanish steps. The friendly and very helpful staff (they found a tiny and authentic restaurant for us based on a specific meal) were the icing on the cake. Look forward to our third trip there.

    Lively to a fault


    I booked the hotel based on trip advisor reviews. We arrived in late February to a roasting room. We finally got that sorted by opening the windows but the traffic noise was dreadful. The rooms are comfortable and well refurbished. We moved rooms to reduce the noise, but to no avail. Over our four days we got virtually no sleep, with the windows fully shut. The trafic noise is totally unacceptable. As to why nobody else has commented I cannot imagine. True the location is excellent, but the noise ruins it.



    The Hotel Delle Nazioni is in the perfect area, close to everything worth seeing and doing in Rome. It's immaculate and the staff is very accomodating and helpful. Great hotel overall.

    Fantastic location


    I echo the previous writer's sentiments, we had a suite also, although not sure if it was room 109. The suite was very pleasant, the only drawback was that it was on the corner of the building, and was a little noisy from pedestrians going to the (very close) Trevi fountain, even at 11pm. I would imagine the noise would be worse in the high season, we were there at end of April 2003. But all the staff were great, very helpful, and the food was very good. Location great for the fountain, also Spanish Steps, via Condotti etc

    20 steps to the Trevi


    We had room 109, the junior suite, which was clean and comfortable. The hotel staff were helpful and friendly. The hotel is literally 30 yards from the Trevi Fountain which almost ensures you can get there early for your photos. Despite its location, the hotel does not have much traffic noise. Apart from the Trevi, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and the Vittoriana Emanuel 2 palace are all an easy walk. Its also close to the best shopping in Rome on Via Corso. Try the shoe shop opposite the Trevi for reasonably priced fashion. The restaurants we tried around the Trevi were all okay.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel delle Nazioni Rome

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