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The Hotel Beverly Hills Rome is located in the prestigious Parioli neighbourhood with easy connections to the centre of Rome, the highways and airports. A short walk will take you to the natural beauty of Villa Borghese park, the wonderful art in the Borghese Museum, the National Gallery of Modern Art and the Dolce Vita of famous Via Veneto. A spacious and elegant reception hall with large glass doors, welcomes guests to the Hotel Beverly Hills Rome. The warmth of this initial welcome is also found in the 183 guest rooms and suites, with their classic interiors and modern comforts, in the elegance of Mascagni Restaurant, in the lovely Puccini Bar & Bistrot and in the six meeting rooms which can host a wide range of business and private gatherings.
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Seems like a good value for the money. Like many who stay here, came as part of a tour group before a cruise, but we also returned after our cruise for three more days. Met other cruisers in the hotel from England, the U.S. and...More
A one night stay that I would not like to repeat, have been transferred over from another Rome Hotel this place will leave you in a time warp, dark with more than a hint of the 50’s the room we were given was a superior...More
We ended up here after a huge mix up with our original reservations in Rome. It was kind of run down looking from the front but it was nice inside. Helpful desk clerks, clean rooms and good breakfast. Not top of the line but a...More
As you enter the hotel it looks very smart, the lobby area has been updated and the male behind reception even had a tail coat. The adjacent bar/lounge/dining area also looked very good. That is the fur coat.
The rest of it was not do...More