Great location. Good for a weekend trip or business.
The hotel is very formal and well decorated. Old fashioned décor (especially the lift) but not dated as it is kept in good condition. Loved the stark white interiors and black & white photos on the walls celebrating 'la dolce vita'.
The staff were all really helpful, the bar mixed some great cocktails with some very generous bar snacks. We loved it!
The hotel is a quiet well situated for all the main attractions of central Rome with good access to the main railway station. The staff were all very helpful and attentive and the furnishings are luxurious and well appointed.
"Fantastic location only 5 mins from Trevi Fountain"
Staff were great from checkin to checkout. We were in Rome for a special birthday week and the hotel didn't dissapoint. At the bottom of the short street is the Metro station so if you don't like walking then it couldn't be closer. The hotel location is excellent and all of the attractions are within walking distance, if your there to see the fabulous sites then on foot is the only way to do it! Nicely decorated although being refurbished next year this hotel is very modern and the staff make you feel very welcome.
Overall a very pleasant experience.
Can't fault the hotel. The leisure facilities at the sister hotel was a real plus.
Next time I would probably stay at sister hotel as it also was excellent and we enjoyed the pool and spa.
Worth the price concierge that checked us in was wonderful and she was very informative of surrounding attractions. The other two gentlemen we dealt with not so much. All in all a good stay and recommended.
Staff were very friendly and helpfull. Most of staff spoke very good English. Breakfast buffet excellent, good time 7.30 - 10.30am. Room service very prompt.
The rooms were spacious, comfortable, tastefully decorated and very clean. Fresh towels & sheets daily plus free comfy slippers.
Traveller from England
From the outside, the Londra & Cargill appears to be an interesting and typical 19th-century palazzo; inside one enters a …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.