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Our room was small but neat and tidy. Bed was hard and uncomfortable. The bsthroom is vrry tiny. Staff were effecient but the receptionist lacked warmth. They fail to say the most obvious thing when you arrive" Welcome to La Fenice. Hope you will enjoy...More
Excellent spot and the receptionist very helpful. Otherwise the room was awful, dark and ugly with a lot of broken things-including the safe, absolutely nothing like the photos, the service at breakfast terrible and the noise unbearable till midnight by the nearby restaurant kitchen.
Would recommend this hotel. Pretty much equidistant to the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish steps. Great location and nice little roof terrace. Free aperitif's on the terrace a nice touch. It is small but a great base for sightseeing.
I really liked this hotel. Despite the fact that they do not have a restaurant, everything was great. The room was clean, breakfast & evening snacks on the roof terrace was awesome. The bed was great & I had the best sleep ever. I'll definitely...More
Despite some issue we faced with heating system and hot water, we really appreciated staff efforts (special thanks to Paolo) to give us the comfort we need.
The position is great, so close to Piazza di Spagna, Fontana di Trevi and Piazza Barberini.
US$96 - US$486 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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