We stayed here in February, actually in the San Carlo Suite in Via Del Corso. Both hotels are perfectly situated for sightseeing and shopping and we did plenty of both.
The welcome on arrival was warm, friendly and informative. Our host offered us a drink, we opted for coffee which was great.
We were shuttled to our room from this hotel via golf cart. The room was large and decorated to a high standard. We loved it. The breakfast in the morning was ok, I've had better, but it was still a nice start to the day.
The two hotels are close to each other and you are always welcome to stop in at the main suite for a coffee, snacks or drink from the free and open bar, and we did do that.
All in all we had a great stay. We will be back.
I've been a bit slack in finally getting around to writing a review, no reflection of my enthusiasm for this hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming and captivating in a modern setting, upscale design and an attentive and elegant return to the past. A stone's throw from Piazza Navona, Gigli d’Oro Suite awaits you in the old city center of Rome with 6 amazing luxury suites. Those traveling on business or leisure will consider Gigli d’Oro Suite an oasis of peace and privacy near the headquarters of the Italian government ministries and the gubernatorial palaces, also ideal to go to the pavilions of the Rome Fair. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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