Residenza Borghese - Guest House0.0 out of 5.0
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Three of us visited this residence last weekend and it was lovely and modern. We each had our own room with a double bed and our own small (public) common room to sit and socialise in. It is located in a lovely part of the city, not too far from anything with the good local public transport links but a large amount of places to visit are very close by and within walking distance which we took advantage of. The staff were very friendly with us and gave us all the information of the local area that we wanted to know - places to eat, where to visit, how to get there and much more.
I Booked in here for three nights with a group of girls. First impression of these apartments were that they were very clean, and centrally located in one of the top tourist areas, so you can imagine getting to the main locations like colloseum, Vatican was not a problem. Although the hotel was a bit hard to find, each time we took a taxi to it, so I would probably advise, hotel staff to make there number or apartment name printed better on the outside. Hotel rooms were very clean, and staff were lovely and accommodating. the only downside of this place was the apartments were mixed with residential apartments, therefore noise should be kept to a minimal, and breakfast variety could have been better, as it's bought to your room as opposed to a breakfast buffet. Overall pleasant experience, and perfect if you want to stay somewhere centrally located.
The staff was very friendly and helpful. Perfect location, 1.2 km from Fontana di Trevi. I will definitely book again if i visit Rome again. Breakfast was ok and the room was clean.The location was perfect and near the metro station.
We visited Rome in June 2017 - What a lovely and extraordinary place for the lovers of history and fine arts and not only. We stayed in Residenza Borghese which is located near Villa Borghese. The Residenza Borghese offers fine spacious rooms recently renovated with modern / contemporary style. The location of the hotel is near the city center, very close to all the sightseeings (Colosseum, Roman forum, Palatine hill, Vatican and all the famous squares). All these places can be visited on foot if you are fond of walking. Rome can be discovered and revealed much better if you move on foot. Lastly I would like to refer on the hotel staff who all of them were very pleasant and friendly. The hotel offers continental breakfast which can be delivered to your room upon request.
The place was OK but our aircon did not work. Spoke to member of staff who seemed disinterested and walked off without saying anything.Transpired he went to ring the boss but did not bother to tell us.I had to go and find him. As it was a friend who was also staying there was able to get it to work. Staff member seemed not to care as though we were ruining his shift.
We stayed here from 8th - 15th May. First impression was bad, awful building so old you couldn't even tell what kind of building it was. The receptionist who greeted us was so so helpful, really welcoming, very warm and friendly and after a bad day it was most welcome. The hotel room was quite nice, room had a fridge which was so handy due to us being there for a week. Bidet in the toilet which was a lovely surprise. Bed was comfortable and it was very clean. The breakfast was ok, rude receptionist when called for breakfast on the morning and unpleasant to speak too. The lifts were so dirty we only took the stairs. Our room was on a smoking balcony so we couldn't ever have our window open due to people smoking. The beds, oh boy, the beds were so annoying due them being single beds pushed together and all we basically did for a week was move them back to where they were, they moved constantly! The shower was awful, so powerful (due to the small holes being blocked) it was painful to actually have a shower. The mini bar consisted of water and soft drinks ideal for people who don't drink. The room itself was ok for what it was but on checkout we were told we had to pay 'tourism tax' which we absolutely DID NOT pay due to the fact we weren't informed about any kind of 'tourism tax' during any part of our stay, we got the feeling it was a con but who knows! Rome in general is not a nice place to go the overall trip was rubbish
Perfect location I will definitely book again if i visit Rome again. The staff was very friendly and helpful.Breakfast was nice and very clean room.The location was perfect and near the metro station.
I stayed there for two nights... Though it's clean and tidy, couple of things must be polished... No replacement in the coffee station when bedroom it's done, that charge €24 for breakfast for 2 (cold coffee, cold toast), no good pressure in the shower and the water was boiling hot no chance to regulate it. By the time of paying for the extras no change available.,,, do not that good there are more choices for next time
We stayed five nights on a room only basis and it was brilliant. Can't fault the room or hotel at all. Very nice part of Rome , good local restaurants and within walking distance of sites e.g. 40 mins to Colosseum. Very close to lovely park and Villa Borghese. The room was modern, clean and attractive., really impressed, for a budget hotel.
This is a true B&B on the 2nd floor of a very old building in Via Veneto neighborhood. GREAT location, so close to Metro and restaurants. The room is cozy with a HUGE bathroom. Bed comfortable. Good thing it wasnt too hot because we could not get AC to work. We slept with the window open and were fine. The second night we were out at the wine bar a block away until 12am and made a little noise in the room when we got back. Not too much but evidently others complained. There is no privacy and we could hear everything the other guests said through the walls. Manager called us 2x and then came to the room. Oh well, we are on vacation.
- Walking distance to Villa Borghese and Borghese Gallery
- Free WiFi and wired Internet in public areas
- Laundry facilities
Located in Municipio Roma I, Residenza Borghese - Guest House is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Villa Borghese and Borghese Gallery. This 14-room guesthouse welcomes guests with in-room amenities like minibars, coffee makers, and flat-screen TVs. It's in central Rome and also close to St. Peter's Basilica and Spanish Steps.
Residenza Borghese - Guest House's 14 air-conditioned rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and safes. Guests can expect free wired Internet and flat-screen TVs with satellite channels. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Phones and desks are also standard.
Guests staying at Residenza Borghese - Guest House enjoy free WiFi in public areas and laundry facilities. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with dry cleaning/laundry, tours or tickets, and luggage storage.
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58.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 200 reviews