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We loved this hotel. It is in a great location and easily walkable to many Tourist attractions. Staff was extremely attentive and nice from check in to servers at breakfast. Room was nice and comfortable. Loved the rooftop terrace.
We've stayed at many hotels in Europe. This hotel was in a great location, rooms were large, clean and the bathrooms modern and large. Wonderful rooftop terrace. Staff very friendly. Would stay again!
My wife and I travel internationally every year and this hotel is definitely not a 4-star hotel. We've stayed in 3-star hotels that have far exceeded our experiences here. Let me start with what was good: 1) the staff is courteous and responsive, 2) the free breakfast was quite satisfactory, and 3) the Pantheon is just a block and a half away. Now...the rest of our experience. Finding the hotel can be a challenge if you don't know where you are going. It is very non-descript and, if you miss the small sign next to the door or you are not paying attention the address numbers, you can easily pass it by. The check-in lobby is quite bit small. If more than 3 couples are checking in, you'll need to wait in the entry hallway. There was 1 small bench in the hallway. Larger groups will easily "clobber" the lobby. We were offered a complimentary espresso while checking (from a Nespresso machine in a small plastic cup) and a pastry. Overall the hotel has a dingy and run-down appearance (as noted in some of the photos). I don't know if things were better in the past and they got worse over time, or if past renovations simply weren't up to par from the beginning. Much of the renovation construction we saw in our room (trim, plumbing, electrical, etc.) would not have passed code or inspection here in the United States. We poked our nose into some of the other rooms and the large suites seemed to be of a higher quality, but a true 4-star hotel will have a consistent quality throughout, not just in "premium" rooms. Perhaps room 307, where we stayed, is their lowest quality room, but if other rooms have similar conditions, the quality of this hotel can easily be exceeded by a Motel-6 in the U.S. All of the walls had luggage scuff marks. The furniture was low-budget Ikea-quality. The armoire was falling apart. The legs on the nightstand were loose and wobbly. There was no phone in the room so you must go down to the lobby or the 1st floor bar/dining area for any services. Towels were stacked on a table in the room because there was nowhere in the small bathroom to hang/store them. There was no facial tissue anywhere in the room and my wife had to go down to the lobby to ask for it. Several lights were burnt out (1 in the bathroom and one in the room). There was an odor of mildew coming from the air conditioner. The various required signage on the back of the door was Scotch taped to it. The light over the sink looks like one from a night stand. It provided very poor "task lighting" for things like shaving or putting on makeup and, if you were taller than about 5' 10", you had to look around it to see yourself in the mirror. The mini-fridge was room temperature. I think it may have been on the same circuit as the lights, which will automatically go off if you don't leave a key in the light switch. It didn't get remotely cool until mid-day on the second day of our stay. I'm not sure where the sound came from, but there is what I would describe as a faint and distant fog horn sound that repeated every 5-6 seconds. It was unnoticeable during the day, but I could hear it throughout the night and it made for a less than restful evening (at least for me). The housekeeping staff could be found each morning lounging in the 3rd floor "library" waiting to begin their daily work. A 4-star hotel does not have staff lounging in client spaces. They also would stage all of their cleaning equipment and supplies in the hallways (bags of linens, vacuum cleaners, etc.) The front desk closes up between 10:00 p.m. and 7:00 a.m. so you are pretty much on your own between these hours (again, not something a 4-star hotel does...even Motel-6 "leaves the light on for you"). There is an emergency number you can call though. You are issued several pass codes, 1 for the front door, 1 for access to your floor once you are inside the hotel, and 1 that I can't remember (I think it was for the elevator). If you lose or forget those codes, you are out of luck. The terrace was nothing to write home about. If you want drinks or snacks, you'll need to go down to the 1st floor bar/dining area to order them, but they will be brought up to you. Room service is available but, without a phone in the room, you need to go ask for it. Overall it was a very disappointing experience. We won't be coming back to the Terrace Pantheon Relais and we're not recommending it to others. Definitely NOT a 4-star hotel.
Loved the Art Deco room. The bed was very comfortable. The morning breakfast crew of Kiko, Mark and Dave were awesome! Very friendly and good breakfast. Their service was super! As well as Marco at front desk! Would definitely stay there again!
Our family had an exceptional time at Terrace Pantheon Relais. We stayed three nights in a deluxe family room and a superior double room. Firstly, the location of the hotel was perfect for visiting Rome. The Pantheon and Piazza Navona are a 5 min walk and it’s not a far walk to the Colosseum, Spanish steps and Trevi fountain too! There is also a bus stop right outside on the Main Street with buses that go straight to the Vatican City or the opposite direction to the Colosseum. There is also a taxi stand just outside on the Main Street too. The hotel is lovely and new. The reception is beautifully decorated. We were offered espresso shots on arrival which was very thoughtful after being on a plane for 22 hours! Thank you to the reception team for helping us make dinner bookings, giving us directions and advice and letting us borrow umbrellas. There is a small elevator which is very handy if you have suitcases. On level 5 there is a terrace with a great view which was a perfect spot for an afternoon break and a spritz. Our rooms were on level 2 and 3. Both rooms were big (especially for Italy) and comfortable, newly renovated and clean. The rooms were beautifully decorated and had high ceilings. Our room rate included breakfast which was served on level 1. Special shout out to the breakfast team, especially Kiko who always made sure we had a cappuccino in hand. Breakfast was amazing! There was cereal, various baked goods, toast, cheese, salami, prosciutto, fruit as well as scrambled and boiled eggs, bacon etc. It was a great way to start each day! We will definitely be staying here if we return to Rome!
Situated right behind the Pantheon, this hotel is in a great quiet location. The staff was very friendly and the free breakfast was pretty good. The rooms were pretty big for Rome standards as well, would definitely stay here again.
Beautiful hotel, luxurious rooms, very classy,the best staff can't do enough for you. Central location can walk to most attractions. Can't praise the staff enough they made us feel very welcome. This is the only hotel I will stay in Rome, recommend to anyone
I loved this hotel - it was quirky in its layout but the rooms were clean and spacious, the service was friendly and helpful and the location was perfect for exploring Rome with some great restaurants and bars on its doorstep! Would definitely visit again and stay here!
This hotel is the perfect choice for those visiting Rome. Just across the corner of the Pantheon and from a short walk to all other sightseeings, trust me when I say there is no better spot to be on the eternal city. The hotel is brand new, which is rare and the rooms are huge. Bonus of an elevator that goes to ALL floors and a breakfast with a good variety of foods and drinks (including fresh fruits). Special thanks to the hotel staff, that truly made my stay special: Glai, Kiko, Mark and all others. Glai was super helpful to any of our requests and she even recommended the best restaurant we have eaten in Rome.
We absolutely love this hotel. We travel a lot with our boys around the world and this hotel was not only beautiful with a lovely central location, but was nicely air conditioned and had a delicious breakfast. The staff couldn’t do enough for us. They made special hot chocolates for the boys ever morning and always greeted us with a smile. When in Rome, stay at this hotel. Beautiful roof top terrace as well.
Located in Navona, Terrace Pantheon Relais is adjacent to Largo di Torre Argentina and within a 5-minute walk of other popular sights like Pantheon. This 27-room, 4-star hotel has in-room conveniences like minibars, coffee makers, and flat-screen TVs.
Start each morning with buffet breakfast, available for a fee from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM.
All of Terrace Pantheon Relais's 27 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free bottled water. Guests can expect free WiFi and 42-inch flat-screen TVs with digital channels. Beds are dressed in Egyptian cotton sheets and down comforters, and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. In-room massages are available, and rooms also include safes.
Guests staying at Terrace Pantheon Relais enjoy a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and a reception hall. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 60 per vehicle one-way. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with tours or tickets, and offer advice about sights and eateries nearby.