Rose Garden Palace

Address: Via Boncompagni 19, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 4 star hotel
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Rose Garden Palace Rome

      When in rome-stay here!


      we stayed at this hotel last june 2004 at the end of a 2 week drive through italy, where we stayed in a true variety of hotels. this hotel was superb! the staff accommodated us moving from another hotel at 10 pm(we were supposed to check in the next day). and continued to give us good humoured and helpful service during our stay. we are seasoned travelers and rarely can i say that a hotel was a good value! it is well worth the price-un pretentious modern decor with a classic atmosphere. the location was great-just off the via veneto-an easy walk to the spanish steps and on to the heart of rome.the extravagant (champagne and special baked goods and cheese, meats, eggs, cereal, etc.)breakfast buffet was one of the best i've ever encountered(and a good buffet is a great way to start a tourist day!). the room size was modest but very comfortable. every aspect of our stay there was extremely satisfying, something that i don't always find, even at more expensive hotels.

      Beautiful chic modern hotel near Via Veneto


      We stayed at the Rose Garden Palace for 3 nights during our honeymoon last June.

      The location of the Hotel is superb in a secure area and very close to interesting sites and restaurants.

      The staff knew we were on our honeymoon and upon arrival we got upgraded to a beautiful suite. It had a walking wardrobe, amazing bathroom with bathrobes and gorgeous toiletries. We also had a bottle of spumante awaiting for us!

      The breakfast was excellent and the staff very friendly. We really liked the outside seating area by the rose garden.

      A fab hotel in a good location, quite pricey but worth it in my opinion. I would love to stay there again.

      Absolutely loved the place..


      My wife and I went on our honeymoon to Roma, Italy and stayed at the Rose Garden Palace. We absolutely loved the location, just off Via Veneto and it is just a couple of minutes away from the termini. It was fun exploring Roma, esp. since we felt so secure returning back late at night as it was pretty safe. It is a little pricey but the breakfast is really good too, and the manegar, Mr. Bruno Cali was extremely helpful and cooperative. We loved the room and everything was so comfortable. We would love to go back in the Summer, since we were there in Jan when it was pretty cold! Thanks Mr. Cali for making our honeymoon so special.

      Cheers, Carlton:)

      Superb Hotel In Great Location


      The Rose Garden Palace is a superb hotel dead centre of Rome. Main Termini rail station is only 15 minutes walk. 100m from Via Veneto. Rooms spacious, well appointed, spotlessly clean. Staff friendly and attentive. Would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone

      Beautiful hotel


      The Rose Garden Palace is a beautiful hotel about 200 metres off the via Veneto opposite the American Embassy. As our first stop in Europe we appreciated the very comfortable, quiet and spacious rooms and the designer public areas. The breakfast was excellent and the service responsive yet not as personal as we experienced in Venice, but that was outstanding so we may be a little harsh. (see Locanda Orseolo if you visiting Venice) Location requires a little extra walking but nothing to worry about and worth it for a hotel of this standard at the price.

      Das Rose Garden Palace ist zum Verlieben


      Was für eine Entdeckung! Das ist ein wunderbares Hotel nur 2 Querstraßen von der Via Veneto. Mein Zimmer war fantastisch (wunderhübsch, geräumig, sauber). Die Höflichkeit der Angestellten (besonders Luca) und auch das Essen waren hervorragend. Elsie Wilkens

      Loved the Rose Garden Palace


      What a gem! This is a wonderful hotel: 2 blocks from the Via Veneto. I loved my room (gorgeous,spacious,clean), the kindness of the personnel(especially Luca) and the food was wonderful. Elsie Wilkens

      Good but not great


      We stayed at the Rose Garden Palace hotel for two nights Oct 9-10. The hotel is very well located and is right near Via Veneto and the Spanish steps. THe hotel looked new and very modern. The staff was very helpful. The room though was another story. The carpet was stained and dirty and there were scuff marks all along the walls. The smell was a very moldy one and not very pleasant. TV stations are non-existent. I am not sure if this is a hotel issue or a Rome one but nevertheless there was no choice. The PPV did not work.

      I would lightly recommend the hotel and probably would not stay here again.

      We loved it!


      Beautiful hotel with very helpful people. Clean, well organized. The hotel is brand new. The room was spatious, the bed confy, the bathroom beautiful. They give you a great breakfast; there is a pool and exercise equipment. The location of the hotel is perfect! Just a block away from Via Veneto and few minutes walking distance from Piazza di Spagna (best shopping in Rome). A taxi trip from the hotel to the Vatican was 10 Euros each way, includding tip. We highly recommend this wonderful hotel.

      Wonderful Hotel


      This hotel is first rate. Beautiful rooms - very spacious and spotlessly clean. Ideal location and wonderful staff.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Rose Garden Palace Rome

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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