Roma Boutique Hotel

Address: Via Toscana, 1, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Santa Maria della Vittoria, Via Veneto, Santa Maria della Concezione, and Villa Malta o delle Rose.
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      Historical Traveler Reviews Roma Boutique Hotel Rome

      Would have been nice


      I booked this hotel in November for our stay in March of the following year. When we got there after a long flight from Chicago, we were told that our room was taken by some elderly woman that was sick... etc. They switched us twice, once to a hotel far away from anything, then to the Gladiatori. Over all we had a nice experience at the Gladiatori, the sister hotel of the Roma Boutique. If I had to do it over again, I would stay at the Gladiatori straight out or the Exedra. My sister had a gorgeous room there and an incredible breakfast for about the same price at the Gladiatori. I think the story about the old lady was a lie anyway. i would not stay at the Roma .. or recommend to my friends.

      I have come across some commentary you have left upon this website in regards to the Roma Boutique Hotel.

      When in November we received your reservation, I immediately noticed that you booked a room for three persons.

      Our Hotel cannot accommodate three people in one room, reason why I contacted over the phone the reservation center that you booked with.

      They initially told me they were going to get in touch you to reallocate you elsewhere.

      I fortunately kept the correspondence of the emails I sent them.

      Since I realized that your reservation was still active in our system, I took the decision of assigning an extra room for your stay at the Roma Boutique Hotel, of course free of charge.

      The day of your arrival a client that was scheduled to depart, had some health issues.

      This is why that extra room that I blocked for you was no longer available.

      I do apologize if my collegue did not give you so many details upon your arrival at the Hotel, which I am sure could have given you a different prospective on the situation.

      I would be more than happy to discuss this situation further with you to clear up any misunderstanding.

      Kind Regards,

      Benedetta Anania

      Hotel Manger

      Great New Place in Rome near the American Embassy


      My boyfriend & I stayed here on a trip last November.

      They are located on an upper floor of an apartment building.

      The room was nicely appointed with lots of storage & a large desk area which we used for eating breakfast. Comfortable bed.

      The window opened to the street, but we did not hear much street noise when windows were closed. (view was of the American Embassy)

      Very Nice shower in bathroom (no bathtub in our room.)

      Front desk personnel were very friendly & accommodating.

      The Barbarini metro & an internet cafe is about 10 minutes walk away.

      Only warning... Bring your own soap & shampoo unless you like musk scent. They had bath products labelled with ETRO brand when we were there.

      Excellent hotel - highly recommended


      We stayed in this hotel after reading the reviews on Tripadvisor and it surpassed my expectations. The hotel is on the fourth floor of an office building and only has a few rooms. Ours was at the far end and was very comfortably furnished - a great bathroom and big shower, flat screen TV with British and German channels as well as Italian. All the staff could not have been more freindly or helpful.

      The hotel is located just down the road from the local police station and the American embassy is on the corner opposite, so there's no shortage of police around to make you feel safe. The nearest tube station (Barberini) is about 5 minutes walk and the Colloseum was about 20 minutes briskish walk away.

      We were in Rome for my fiancee's birthday, and we were surprised to find a very nice bottle of wine waiting for us when we returned from a hard day's touristing on her birthday - a very nice touch, I thought.

      On the whole, this is a great hotel and should we return to Rome, this will be my first choice!

      Great Hotel



      Very personal attention from the staff.

      Breakfast served to you in bed every morning, with really good food.

      Beautiful room, very luxurious.


      Room is a little small

      Not a free standing hotel.

      Not close to anything.

      I would next time rather stay close to the Spanish Steps, in the heart of where all the action is. We had to rent a mo-ped to get around because we were so far from everything.

      Amazing place in great location


      Absolutely amazing place on the fourth floor of an office building in the embassy area. The staff were really friendly, helpful and efficient. Rooms were clean, new and breakfast in the room was good. The location is ideal for central attractions as it is near a subway station. Already recommended this to most of my family!

      ¡Que hotel más chic!


      Me encantó este hotel, era como un hotel moderno de Nueva York. Muy limpio y el personal era increíble. La directora del hotel, Benedetta, era genial. ¡¡También me encantó la televisión de plasma!! Recomendaría encarecidamente este hotel a todo el mundo que vaya a Roma.

      Perfect Stay Roma Boutique


      Nice little Hotel, quite new, in good location.

      Close to Metro and many sightseeing points

      Area is quite and safe, US Embassy, Banks, Police,

      Red Cross etc is close by. Supermarket is in Underground,

      restaurants etc are in walking distance. Rooms can either face

      the small quite street or the courtyard.

      Brekfast will be served in rooms.

      Breakfast itself is reasonable and served in very stylish way.

      Enjoyed the stay with my daughter very much, mainly because

      of the nice and friendly and helpfull staff. Speak english,

      german, dutch, italian.

      Also avaylable is pick up service from-to airport. Recommend

      this, keeps you away from all the hassle with taxi and puplic

      transport. Driver did a very good job

      However, under the line, got good value for money and

      have been hosted perfect. Would certainly go there again

      Roma Boutique Hotel, Klarer Geheimtip


      Nettes kleines Boutique Hotel in sehr guter Umgebung. Lage ist gut für alle Sehenswürdigkeiten, Teils zu Fuss aber Metro ist auch nicht weit. Hotel ist im vierten

      Stock eines Verwaltung,-Wohn Gebäudes untergebracht. Für Rom ruhige Lage, im Botschafts, Banken, Verwaltungs Viertel (Polizeiverwaltung, Rotes Kreuz, US Botschaft, andere Hotels etc.) Zimmer zum Innenhof sind ohne jeden Verkehrlärm. Die Zimmer zur Seitenstrasse kennen wir nicht.

      Neu eingerichtet, sehr gute Ausstattung. Insbesondere die persönliche Betreuung war sehr gut. Sehr freundlich, hilfsbereit, nett, wir haben uns sehr wohl gefühlt. Frühstück gibt es auf das Zimmer, pünklich, stilvoll und ausreichend. Hervorzuheben noch der Fahrservice (gegen Gebühr) erspart einem den Stress mit Taxi oder öffentlichen Verkehrsmitteln vom Flughafen zum Hotel. Super Fahrer. Werde das Hotel und den Service auf jeden Fall meinem

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Roma Boutique Hotel Rome

      4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

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