Barberini Hotel

Address: Via Rasella 3, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.

How has this hotel rated in the past?

  What's this?
Discover trends in hotel experiences based on real traveler reviews and ratings. Mouse over circles to see what some travelers had to say.


This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Barberini Palace, Fontana del Tritone, National Gallery of Ancient Art, and Galleria di Arte Antica.
Map this hotel


Photos of Barberini Hotel

    View all photos

      Historical Traveler Reviews Barberini Hotel Rome

      Great Location


      Great location and great service. Beautiful view from the bar at the top terraze. Stayed there last July when the heat wave was at full force, and it was nice to stay at a hotel where you could cool off as soon as you came in. Good rate by italian standards.

      Nice location


      Location enabled us to have good access to Via Veneto. My luggage didn't make it on arrival to Rome, and the desk person was very helpful with phone calls and communication with Air France. We just went out to see the sights, and he took and made calls on my behalf. He was very helpful. The hotel is quite expensive, but nice for a first night.

      Made for a Nice Stay


      In general, I have to say thumbs up to the Barberini hotel. The staff, in general, was friendly and efficient. The room was small, but well decorated and large enough to be functional for 2. As mentioned previously, the breakfast was held in the basement, but you could go to the roof for drinks in the evening or to just enjoy to nice view of Rome at sunset. The air conditioning was functional, but as Ive found in a number of other European hotels, would not cool much below 23 C (software limited I think). Manageable, but a bit warm if you are used to sleeping in a cool room.The location was decent. It was close to the Barberini subway stop, within close walking distance to the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, and reasonably close to the Pantheon and ruins. In all honesty, Id probably look for something a bit more central to those locations if I returned, but I think it would be difficult for the price and quality of the room.

      Terrific and a pretty good value


      Nice hotel in a perfect location and a quiet rooftop bar with a view.

      We got a decent rate (by Rome standards) of about 250 euros a night, and I can't imagine the more expensive hotels being much better. Room was small, but aren't they all? Our room faced the street on the 2nd floor and was as quiet as could be. Impressive.

      Exceptional service, lovely hotel


      Staff was very friendly especially the breakfast crew which started our 3 days on a good note. Shower was a bit small but everything was relatively new-marble bathroom. Couldn't ask for a better location!

      Clean But Small Rooms


      We arrived at the hotel at 11PM and were surprised that there was only one receptionist who couldn't help us with our bags (NO PORTER). Our room was very clean and the bathroom was nice, but the room was extremely SMALL. Although the location is not far from the city center, it is far from ideal.

      Loved It!


      My family and I recently stayed at the Hotel Barberini. We spent several days there and it was the best of all the 4 star hotels we stayed in Italy. The hotel was very clean with modern updated facilities and a very friendly helpful staff. It's location was great, with an easy walk to the subway and all of the major important sites. I am a particular about where I stay and I have no problems recommending this hotel.

      Nicely Central


      The Barberini is a nice clean hotel smack in the middle of everything.

      We walked everywhere, even to St Peter's, but that was a bit far.

      Colloseum, Trevi, Pantheon, all easy walking distance. Also next to Barberini underground station. Shops very close by, with lots of restaurants just round the corner. The hotel offers good accomodation for a modest price. recommended. (No I don't have shares in them!) Enjoy..............................

      Hot, hot, hot


      Just came back and wanted issue immediate WARNING! If you are planning a trip here in the summer, don't go to Hotel Barberini! Little to no air-conditioning with false promises. Beds are like concrete. The hotel looks beautiful with moldings, beautiful fabrics, etc. but you can't sleep under these conditions. Rooms tiny! bathrooms good size. Location could be better. Even though Piazza Barberini is central, no one hangs out there. You're better off staying closer to Piazza Navonna or Spanish Steps. Everytime our family had to walk home it was up hill.

      Because the manage knew the air would not get better and told us it would I wouldn't trust this hotel at anytime of the year .

      Nice Location, Nice Place


      Very nice hotel smack dab in the center of rome. Really great location to be close to everything. Spanish Steps 10 min. walkColuseum 20 min walkVia Vento 5 min. walkTrevi Fountain 8 min. walkVatacan 20 min. walkRooms were average size, bathrooms were large by Italy standards and modern. Bed was comfortable. The hotel is not on a main street, but there is a little street noise though, shut the windows and the noise all goes away. Walls between the rooms are soundproof. Breakfast was real nice, assortment of meats, cheeses, cereals, breads & pasteries. For extra $$$ you can order off the menu. We felt no need too. The front desk was super helpful, always had maps available, directions, recommedations. Very Friendly staff. I would stay here again in a heartbeat

      TripAdvisor Reviews Barberini Hotel Rome

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

      Travel Blogs from Rome

      When in Rome...

      A travel blog entry by amy.larkin on Mar 26, 2015

      5 photos

      ... I started off my time in Rome with a walking tour beginning at the Spanish Steps and finishing in Saint Peter’s Square in the Vatican City. On this tour we went to the Pantheon, which was originally built as a temple dedicated to the Roman gods. We then visited the Piazz Navona, where a very impressive water fountain, created by Bernini, stands. There were loads of people selling paintings, bags, sun glasses and more at the piazza! We then ...


      A travel blog entry by dabby1 on Oct 21, 2014

      34 photos

      ... cuisine d'locale and he had a hot dog and chips.

      The Vatican city itself is the smallest country in the world, an absolute monarch with the Pope as its head. It is encased by a 2-mile wall circling around its perimeter (of course, being another country, this warrants another magnet for Kev and Meg).

      The Vatican museum was magic, glad we didn't do a tour as we would have needed all day just for that but we saw it all a bit quicker. The ...

      A private Mass, Vatican Museum & the Colosseum!!!

      A travel blog entry by bridget.boccini on Jun 30, 2014

      31 photos

      ... tunnels and towers. The gardens, tiles, plazas, and courtyards were unbelievable. If we had only known how peaceful it was we would have planned the whole day here with lunch and books. Therese was extremely disappointed about the Forum being closed as that was one of her "must sees" (Yet another reason for us to return to Italy!)
      The Colosseum was very crowded and the audio guide was not very ...

      On to Rome

      A travel blog entry by garth_family on Jun 29, 2014

      7 photos

      ... of another walk. The town had come to life while we were eating. Artists, jewelers, clowns, and musicians crowded the streets and piazzas. We stopped to watch a clown who proceeded to choose Teal to participate in his act. She held three burning torches and threw them to the clown while he rode around and juggled on his unicycle! I will try to post the video of it all. Trastevere is a lively and fun area of Rome that I would like to see again one ...

      Vatican Museum Tour

      A travel blog entry by mugharrington on Oct 09, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... San Diego who used to live in Park City joined us. We had a chuckle with the former PC resident that Temple Square has its own beauty but it's definitely not on the scale as St. Peter's Basilica. Danielle was in teaching mode and especially directed her lesson to Sofie, the young lady traveling with her parents. We stopped at the balcony just upstairs and inside the museum for about a 45 minute overview of what ...