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Wonderful 2 night stay. Less than 5 minute walk from the metro and Spanish steps. People have said it’s difficult to find but we had no problem. Look for the big green door number 33. Small gold plaque with accommodation name on it. Press the buzzer and you’ll enter the hallway. Up to the next floor and the door to reception greets you. There is a very small lift which fits 2 plus luggage. Once inside the staff are immediately welcoming and speak very good English. We had the junior suite which was exceptionally clean and spacious. This room over looks the Main Street which yes is a little noisy on an evening with the hustle and bustle of people out for dinner and the accordion player. Nothing rowdy or concerning though. Embrace where you are. Very comfy beds/pillows Big wardrobes -plenty of hangers Extra blankets/pillows Fridge with bottle (free) water Tea and coffee machine(no milk) Safe Toiletries Hairdryer Good shower Reception is not covered 24hrs. That’s why they want you’re approximate arrival time. I think it’s covered 8am to 8pm. Check out is 10am. You can leave your luggage with them until you depart( before reception closes at 8pm of course) for no extra charge. Breakfast is not provided by the establishment itself but if you ask at reception they will give you the hotel business card which you take to Grano to redeem. Again people said they had trouble finding it. We were looking for Grano but it actually says SNACK BAR above the shop with boards outside saying Grano. If you turn left out of the building it’s approx 50 metres on the right at the junction. We went in here and gave them the card and were served freshly squeezed orange juice, choice of pastries and a coffee. Lovely and just enough to get you started. There’s also another Grano approx 50 or so metres further down on from this one on the left hand side. Ideal location for Metro (easy use- buy tickets from manned kiosk or machines)€1.50 for single journey. Spanish steps <5 mins walk Trevi Fountain approx 10 mins walk Pantheon approx 15-20 mins Colosseum 30-40(depending on how many times you stop) Vatican- metro from Spagna. I would defo recommend booking a skip the line purchase. We went for no wait tickets for Vatican Museums and Sistine chapel at your own pace. Meet the guide before, they take you into museum and then you’re off. Well worth it. You can buy audio headset once in for €8 Take refreshments with you, you’ll need them. The museums are huge and as you can imagine are busy. Stay hydrated people 🥵 There are a few cafe/restaurant, sells sandwiches, pizza, pasta. St. Peter’s square is a 10 min walk from the museum. We walked back over the river, stopping for coffee/tiramisu. Wine, sharing meat/cheese platter. If you want to experience sitting in the squares near the landmarks then be prepared to charged three times what you would for the same thing a few streets away. I would highly recommend Piazza di Spagna Prestige. I could not fault anything during my stay. Thank you
This is a very good hotel! Eduardo is the best person and will guide you for everything you need. We stayed 5 days here and they offer you a coffee machine and some nice tea on your room, the structure is really good and the have a winter garden. Bedrooms are really cleaned and the hotel gives you all the support you need.
As the title says. Excellent hotel! Superb helpful and friendly staff. Rooms clean and internet fast. Lovely location with loads of restaurants in the area and within walking distance of all of the major attractions that we wanted to visit. Would highly recommend.
The whole process of booking and arranging transfers from the airport was so simple. Met a few of the girls on reception whilst we were there, and they were all very friendly and helpful,& able to recommend places near by to eat, especially Pompi which was a definite must!! 😂 The rooms were spotlessly clean, and well equipped. Even although we had the room at the front, it was surprisingly quiet after about 10pm. Beds were really comfortable and a fabulous shower! Would highly recommend and will definitely be returning. Thank you ladies for a wonderful holiday
Stayed 3 days at the Piazza Di Spagna Prestige on a recent stay in Rome. The accommodation is a little hard to find initially as it doesn't have a sign above the door so look out for the number of the property-it is right next door to several restaurants. Check in way quick and easy and the staff lovely and helpful-note that reception hours are limited and that initially you need to be buzzed into the property so be aware of the check in hours but don't let this put you off staying here. The room we stayed in was quite large and both modern in appearance and both clean and tidy. The bed was very comfortable, the water pressure was great as was the Internet. The staff were very helpful in pointing out how to get to places and any other information you required. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay at Piazza Di Spagna and can highly recommend it.
We chose this particular hotel because of the convenience to multiple areas and were not disappointed. A very short walk to the Spanish Steps and the hotel is surrounded by shops and restaurants. It literally has two restaurants right below it (the hotel is located on the second floor). Finding the hotel initially was quite a challenge. There are two entrances and a very small sign for the hotel. You need to be buzzed in and then go up the stairs to the next floor (or take the tiny elevator) to get up to the hotel and ring a bell to get inside. The hotel is very small, just a handful of rooms. We got the green room, which was awesome. Came with free bottled water, very big room for European standards, bright and a window looking out to the street. We could actually hear the accordion and opera singer who would play music for those dining below at the restaurants. However, this also meant that the room got a lot of street noise. Things died down by about 10-11pm, but you can hear anything going on down on the street, like if someone starts yelling or people talk below. We received free breakfast during our stay - which included a business card for the hotel and dates we were staying. The confusing part was that the receptionist said to go "right downstairs" but there are tons of restaurants "downstairs" so we tried 2 and they weren't the right ones. So my boyfriend had to run upstairs and ask, but the receptionist wasn't there, just the caretaker/maintenance person. He had to take a guess on what the street number was, unsure of which restaurant it was exactly. We did eventually find it and received one espresso or cappuccino, one croissant, and one orange juice for each of us. Front desk people were very nice and friendly. Always willing to find ways to make our stay more comfortable. The biggest problem I had during our stay was the hot water - we would often run out of it during showers/baths. I had gone and talked to them about it, but it still periodically happened through out our stay. At the end of our stay we were able to get a private car hired via the front desk receptionist, so to the airport was fairly simple. All in all, a good hotel!
Location is perfect, very close to Spanish Steps and shopping streets. Room is spacious and very lovely. Breakfast is not available on the 1st day, 2nd day , some biscuits and sweets are provided but is under expectations.
Perfect location - heaps of restaurants, cafes & shops all at your door step. Metro station less than 5 minute walk away. Lovely staff who were very friendly & helpful. NB. Reception is not 24 hours & often late/not there. Once reception was there they were extremely helpful, friendly & accommodating. Rooms are tidy, clean & a good size. We would stay here again.
We loved our stay at Piazza di Spagna Prestige. It is nestled in a great location in Rome close to the Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna), with tons of great restaurants, gelato shops and shopping around. It’s such an amazing boutique hotel where you can escape from the busy city and unwind. We had a suite with a 2 rooms (1 room with 2 single beds for the kids and 1 larger bed for the adults). The rooms had a lot of character and tasteful decor. The service was outstanding! Very helpful staff, who took their time to go over everything. He suggested great places to eat, went over the map, drew a good walking tour on the map for us. Extremely enthusiastic and helpful. Thank you!!! The rooms were equipped with Nespresso coffee and tea. Our suite had a little courtyard area outside where you can enjoy your coffee or tea in cute little porcelain cups. We will be coming back to Rome and booking with this amazing hotel again!
Steps from the Spanish steps. Super easy to walk everywhere. A boutique bed and breakfast with very warm and welcoming service. The rooms are spacious with great showers and other amenities. Edoardo also gave us some great restaurants and other highlights around town. Will return!
Located in Rome City Centre, Piazza di Spagna Prestige is next to popular attractions like Via del Corso and Piazza di Spagna. This 5-room townhouse welcomes guests with in-room amenities like refrigerators, minibars, and espresso makers.
Start each morning off right with continental breakfast served for a fee.
Piazza di Spagna Prestige's 5 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, free minibar items, and espresso makers. Guests can expect LCD TVs with satellite channels, along with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms have hair dryers, free toiletries, and bidets. Free bottled water, safes, and ironing boards are also standard.
Guests of Piazza di Spagna Prestige enjoy features like free WiFi in public areas. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 50 per vehicle one way. Helpful staff can provide dry cleaning/laundry services, tour or ticket assistance, and luggage storage.