January 3, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Empire Palace Hotel in Rome, Italy

Rome's magnificent Empire Palace Hotel was built in the 1870s for a family of Italian nobles. Its beautifully restored ceiling frescoes of the heavens reflect a meticulous regard for the building's origins, while daring contemporary artwork in the lobby delivers this landmark into the 21st century. As for the guestrooms, their elegance is timeless. In the garden courtyard, cypress and magnolia trees surround a 16th-century fountain. During the summer months, diners at Aureliano can enjoy the restaurant's acclaimed Mediterranean cuisine in this romantic, outdoor space.

The hotel enjoys a prestigious location between the fashionable Via Veneto and the Piazza Barberini. Guests can easily stroll to the tranquil Borghese Gardens, the charming antique shops of Via Margutta and the vibrant Spanish Steps. Your stylish room also makes a delightful base for visiting some of the city's most noted sites, such as the Colosseum and St. Peter's Basilica. When evening comes, café-hopping and nightclubbing should begin right at the hotel with a drink in The Blue Bar, in the stables of the old Venetian Palace.

Location of Empire Palace Hotel

Empire Palace Hotel
Via Aureliana 39
Rome, Italy

Nearest Airport: FCO

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was my first to Rome and I was traveling with son(22). When we checked in it was quick and painless. The bellhop brought our luggage up to our room while we checked in. The gentleman at the front desk gave us a map and showed us where all the sites where. We walked to everything from our hotel. The Spanish steps &Trevi fountain are an easy walk. The walk to the colosseum was easy and the walk from the Vatican was long but we enjoyed walking through Rome eating and seeing everything. The Breakfast was included was typical for Europe which is more than enough for me. The room was a suite with a small livingroom. The bed room was perfect size. The pillows were as thin a cracker. Hated them!the bathroom had a tub and no shower. There was a hand held shower wand which took me a minute to figure out so as not to spray the entire bathroom. The only problem I had worse then the pillows was our room was above the trash bins so at 4am I got the daylights scared out of me with the noise the trash men made. I would definitely stay there again.

Florida B - florida

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The hotel was a very nice , quaint hotel. 10 minute walk to the train station, walking distance to all attractions. The Blue room for drinks and some piano music was perfect . The courtyard was wrapped around by the hotel which was lovely. The staff went out of their way to accomadate all the guests. I can't say enough about the wonderful staff, thank you for making our stay one we will never forget.

rosa12_12 - Montreal, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

This hotel is in a reasonable area, close to the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain, HOWEVER. the bed was really the hardest i have encountered since one I had in Japan about 8 years ago. In addition, we were there in relatively warm weather in early November and on the 5th floor, there was NO AC and when I asked at the desk they said "open the window". Well that was cooler, but with all the noise from the street almost impossible to sleep. The breakfast which was included was certainly more than adequate, but I am not sure that it made up for the lack of sleep.

clscpnp - Cleveland, Ohio

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 month ago

Hotel is within walking distance from the Spanish Steps but it is an uphill home coming back. The front deck will point you to nearby shopping but unless you have unlimited disposable income I would go elsewhere. The rooms are a bit small but very clean. Bathrooms are comfortable size and the towels are huge. I do not recommend this location for limited mobility. Lots of steps even up to the elevator. I wish I had gotten their names but both bellman we dealt with were outstanding as was the very nice lady tending bar. Other than that don't expect a friendly face. Just the question of what number to dial for the front desk (which is 9 and not published anywhere in the room or on the phone) seemed to be beneath their station at the front desk. American Embassy is very near buy. Had a wonderful dinner up the street and around the corner at Ristorante La Pentolaccia. Reservations are recommended. Would have given more stars for the hotel if not for the front desk.

Eric J - Seattle, Washington

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 months ago

Stayed 2 nights at Empire Palace Hotel. We were warmly greeted upon arrival. The desk clerks were very helpful giving locations of interest and directions. It is in a more secluded area of Rome, but still had many wonderful restaurants and wine bars close by. We walked late at night with no concerns. The room was nice for 3 people. The breakfast buffet was plentiful and good. We did stop by the on-site bar/restaurant. A server asked us to move locations in the bar. After waiting 10+ minutes with no service, we left for a local restaurant with an excellent wine list. The location is very close to the American Embassy. Rome was experiencing unseasonably high temperatures, 99+ degrees. The air conditioning could have been cooler in our room.

redbrdsfan - United States

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