Barocco Hotel

Address: Piazza Barberini 9, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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          Historical Traveler Reviews Barocco Hotel Rome

          Tranquility in Roma


          The Borocco Hotel in Rome was a pleasant surprise! Reasonably priced, friendly staff and clean environment. Good breakfast foods. Extremely helpful with transportation. An orchid on a terry towel bathrobe each evening. Fresh fruit and a wonderful view of the city from the terrace.

          Excellent Choice


          This 4* hotel is an excellent choice for Rome. The staff arranged trasportation from the airport (cheaper than a taxi), found us a guide for a walking tour of Rome (expensive but worth the money + no lines) and made us restaurant reservations. The hotel has expanded from 22 to 44 rooms. Our room, next door to the main hotel, was quiet, spacious and had a great bathroom. Breakfast is included and was very lovely. Located on the Piazza Bernini, you can walk everywhere or catch the metro. We highly recommend this hotel for your Rome vacation.

          Loved the Barocco


          Six of us stayed at the Barocco Oct. 6, 2004, and all loved it. We were upgraded to a junior suite on check-in, a comfortable spacious room with modern marble bath. Service was friendly and professional. The breakfast buffet was outstanding, with a selection of cold and hot items. Located right on Piazza Barbarini, the Barocco is within easy walking distance of the Pantheon. Will we stay here again? Absolutely!

          Good location


          We stayed in this hotel when the strength of the Euro made it impossible for us to return to our beloved Cavalieri Hilton. Hotel Barocco is well situated, close to the Piazza Barberini, the Via Veneto and the Piazza di Spagna. One has the option of staying in the hotel proper or one of its apartments, located just 10 metres down the road. We opted for the latter because it was Euros 275 versus 320. We were given an 'apartment' that included a small bedroom, a bathroom and a vestibule that had a desk and an armoire. It was pleasant but the configuration was such that we were actually cramped wherever we turned. The hotel provides bathrobes but they were very shabby, so much so that we chose not to use them. Breakfast in the tiny salon was attactive and ample. Service throughout was excellent. My sister stayed in the hotel 6 months ago and raved about her room. Perhaps the accommodations in the hotel are better than the apartments because we were unable to rave about the hotel as she did. I would, nevertheless, recommend it to anyone whose budget is ~Euros 275 and would like to be centrally located. It certainly fit that bill.

          Wonderful - exceeded expectations!


          The Barocco was the perfect choice for Rome! It is very conveniently situated within walking distance of almost everything, but is also a quiet, comfortable refuge from the hustle and bustle of travel. The staff is helpful and friendly. The rooms are clean and luxurious. The hotel is large enough to provide full service, but small enough to be intimate. The breakfast, included in the room rate, was extensive, delicious and beautifully presented. The Barocco is not inexpensive, but is still a very good value compared to other hotels of similar quality in Rome. We would stay here again!

          Real Style


          My wife and I spent the last weekend of our honeymoon in the Barocco. We loved this hotel for the location, the breakfast and the view of the fountain. Moreover we loved this hotel for the understated style and warmth of the staff. Many thanks to all of you for a lovely stay.

          Home Away From Home in Rome


          We stayed here in 1999. We still have great memories of our stay. The concierges were very friendly and helpful (they spoke English). The breakfast, which is included with the room, was a great way to start each day. I loved the fresh rolls, proscuitto, and mozzarella. This is an affordable four-star hotel with nice, clean rooms, a great location (we could walk almost anywhere), and pleasant service.

          Great Find in Prime Location


          Found this great hotel through Karen Brown Guide. 4 star hotel within walking distance to many sites. Minutes from the Spanish Steps. Rooms smallish but well done. Great soundproofing- our room was on busy square and we didn't hear a thing. Air conditioning stood up to hot weather better than most. Staff friendly and helpful. Hot breakfast superb. We are going back to this comfortable hotel in October. Room rates reasonable relative to other higher end Rome hotels.

          Loved the Barocco


          We absolutely LOVED the Barocco. It is in a great location - Piazza Barberini. You can easily walk to many sites (Trevi, Spanish Steps, Pantheon, Piazza Navona) and shopping (high end as well as reasonable).

          It is a small boutique hotel with lots of personal attention. Good room size, comfortable bed, good size bathroom, robes and slippers, GREAT breakfast included in price. Helpful and friendly staff. We'd highly recommend it. Some rooms might be smaller, so ask for a larger room.

          TripAdvisor Reviews Barocco Hotel Rome

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