The Location is pretty good. Relatively short Walking distance from most Areas and Close Metro Station. The hotel has a great, large bar/Lounge Area with inside and outside seating. The workout facilities are minimal and there is no Sauna. The room was pretty small but, then again, I didn't spend much time in it. Also, it was a pretty slow check-in process.
Nice basic hotel, friendly staff. Not very central but nice quiet location near the Borghese park and away from the tourists. Good restaurants nearby although not very buzzy. We walked everywhere, trevi fountain, Vatican, Colosseum (it's a bit of a walk) but option of bus almost outside or metro 5 min walk. basic breakfast. Comfortable rooms. Would stay here again. If you are not bothered about staying somewhere really central then would recommend this hotel.
Beautifully kept hotel with clean and spacious rooms. You would never know that you were close to a street or that there were any rooms next to you. Probably the most quite room I have ever had the privilege of staying in.
A wonderful hotel, extremely helpful and friendly staff, beautifully decorated and very comfortable room, the views from our 7th floor balcony spectacular, the pool a welcome bonus it was like getting in a warm bath( just lovely😊) after a hard days sightseeing.within walking distance to all the main attractions I would definitely recommend and come again. Thank you
Great hotel in the middle of Rome. Wonderful staff and excellent facilities. Hotel charges a fee (19 euro/person/day) for the use of the spa. Seems excessive if someone just wants to take a quick dip after a busy day of visiting. Also seems niggling for such a luxury facility.
Housed in two renovated and restored 19th century villas- Grand hotel via Veneto features 116 oversized and spacious …More
Made famous by 'La Dolce Vita' film in 1960, the Via Veneto is going through a glamorous renaissance. Bars, restaurants, chic hotels and boutiques all vie for attention in the street which coined the expression 'paparazzo' – the surname of the photojournalist in the film. Nearby, the Spanish Steps are the place for lovers' trysts, shopping, and honing the Italian art of 'dolce far niente' – idling and people-watching.