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Gran Melia Rome in Rome, Italy

The romance, culture, and history of Rome culminate in a spectacular urban resort in the heart of The Eternal City. Introducing, the Gran Melia Rome, the latest luxury constituent of the elite Melia Hotels International, where you will discover the true meaning of a Roman holiday.

Simplicity and style reign supreme at this refined resort, while historical touches embrace the beauty of Rome's celebrated past. Valuable archeological treasures and relics discovered during Gran Melia's construction are reverently displayed throughout the resort, so you feel as if you really are taking a journey through history. Special attention to detail is paid in the hotel's 116 guestrooms and suites: natural light floods each room, while calming, yet bold color palettes and classical European art elevate each space to new levels of luxury and elegance. Each grouping of rooms contains its own unique, features: Supreme with Private Garden Rooms boast just that, a tranquil private garden sanctuary for guests, Grand Premium Rooms are ideal for discerning travelers who crave a large space with an especially romantic vibe, while the Luxury Apartment is an indescribable space that must be seen. RedLevel guests enjoy access to the exclusive RedLevel Lounge, and preferred amenities including, relaxing in-room aromatherapy, a sumptuous pillow menu, private parking, and a level of service reserved for the crème de la crème.

Gran Melia Rome's privileged location means many of Rome's renowned attractions, including the Vatican and St. Peter's Basilica, are within walking distance, but everything you need is within the expansive walls of the resort. Restaurants range from light and casual to elegant and formal, while American Bar offers a mod space for delicious cocktails. Additional gastronomic spaces include the lively Pool Lounge Bar, where swimwear is optional, and Wine Bar, a sophisticated setting in which to sample the finest in Italian wines. YHI Wellness Gran Melia Rome is the on-site spa and wellness program offering a catalogue of treatments and services aimed at helping you reach the highest levels of serenity and satisfaction. So, come experience a trip through history, with the benefits and comforts of a contemporary, elegant five-star boutique space at Gran Melia Rome.

Location of Gran Melia Rome

Gran Melia Rome
Via del Gianicolo 3
Rome, Italy

Nearest Airport: FCO

Amenities for Gran Melia Rome

  • General Information
  • 116 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Poolside Dining
  • Outdoor Dining
  • Pool Bar
  • Wine Cellar
  • Rooftop Bar
  • Bar
  • Wine Bar
  • Pool Wait Service
  • Lounge
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Beauty Salon
  • Shoe Shine Service
  • Spa on Property
  • Laundry Service
  • Library
  • Fitness Center
  • WiFi
  • Sauna
  • Butler Service
  • Boutique
  • Gardens
  • Limousine Service
  • Personal Trainers
  • Outdoor Whirlpool
  • In-Room Spa Services
  • Outdoor Pools
  • Private Concierge
  • Steam Room
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Turndown Service
  • Air Conditioning
  • Mini Bar
  • iPod Docks
  • Marble Bathrooms
  • Flat-Screen Televisions
  • Luxury Linens
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Pillow Menu
  • Luxury Bath Amenities
  • Espresso Machine
  • Bathrobes & Slippers
  • Activities
  • Sightseeing
  • Business
  • Business Center/Services
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Family
  • Cribs
  • Rollaway Beds
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Art Galleries
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Antique Shopping
  • Parks
  • Theatres
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts
  • Honeymoons & Romance
  • Spa & Wellness

Reviews for Gran Melia Rome

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

The word "hotel" doesn't even cover the atmosphere and experience transmitted by staff and structure. The most professional yet friendly staff I've ever met. Than you for an experience I'll never forget.

964mariateresat - Genova, Italy

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

The hotel is beautiful, the staff superior, the grounds amazing.... That being said, our rooms design had us frustrated and irritated. The nightstands were too small, chairs were artistically but awkwardly placed and we ended up going to the spa to shower because of the slippery tub, hand held shower head and high stepover tub. (an accident waiting to occur) In addition, hotel information was printed in a small font with a pale gray ink, making searching for info laborious. Gran Melia Rome forgot the first rule of design,,, form follows function!

Barbara H - Reno, Nevada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Good: -- Staff were extremely friendly and well informed; -- Bed was very comfortable -- slept very well. -- Room was stylish and clearly a lot of work and thought has gone into the design. The location: The hotel itself sits atop a fairly steep hill, so be aware if you're planning on walking everywhere -- the last thing you want after a tiring day of being a tourist is hiking up a hill to your hotel. The nearest Tube (Metro) station is a good 15-20 minute walk. St Peter's Square is a 10 minute walk, with Vatican museums being a further 5 minutes from there. There are no decent restaurant choices within a reasonable walking distance. We went to Trastevere each night which is a buzzing area with lots of bars and restaurants but that was a good nightly walk of 20 + minutes there and back along the river. We didn't use taxis during our stay. Effectively, the place is a bit out of the way if you're planning on walking everywhere. The not so good: -- On arrival discovered TV didn't work. Mentioned it to the front desk and to be fair they did get it sorted by the time we'd come back from dinner. It was broken again by the next day and never really worked properly the entire time. -- Woke up on the first morning and brown sludge was coming out of the taps, then no water at all. Informed when we complained that there had been a problem with the plumbing system at the hotel and that it was being fixed. We had an early slot booked at Vatian museums so left the hotel without having showered that morning. Appreciate that these things happen beyond the control of management, but it's not a great look for a 'luxury' hotel. No compensation offered. In-fact, received an e-mail that morning advertising the hotel's other services that I should consider paying for, like breakfast at 36 Euro each or a spa treatment. That was rather galling. -- Got back after being out that same day about 3pm and the water still wasn't perfect but informed it just needed running through, which was correct. However, room hadn't been cleaned. Asked for the room to be cleaned asap and was told it would be. Got back to the room at 8pm and the cleaner was in there. In general the room seemed to be cleaned very, very late which we've not experienced at any other hotel. Nothing worse coming back hot after marching around a city to an unclean room, especially if you've not had the opportunity to have a shower that morning due to the water not working. -- The prices of drinks in the bar are eye-wateringly expensive. I stand to be corrected but I think 12 Euro for a small bottle of beer -- if you consider that you can buy 15 bottles of large Birra Morettis at Italian supermarket Conad for 15 Euro, it's a massive rip-off. In addition, soft drinks were, I think, 8 Euro a glass and I mistakenly had a couple of packets of crisps in the room that I'd assumed were complimentary but were, in-fact, 6 Euro per pack. For crisps. My bad. Should've checked. While you appreciate it's a 5 star hotel, even somewhere like Claridges doesn't charge these kinds of prices for drinks and snacks and let me be clear, this place is nowhere near as nice, professional or have the atmosphere of Claridges. This is compounded by the fact that the hotel is a fair distance from any kind of bar and a slog down and up a steep hill to the nearest shop, so your options are very limited. The bar/library themselves have fairly clinical atmospheres. -- Apart from on the patio right outside the door, the outside areas were closed for winter. We hadn't expected use of a pool but given it was 20C most days we would have liked to actually sit outside in a garden/pool area, as is shown on the website -- seems odd that you're not allowed to just sit in the garden areas. -- Espresso machine in the room is fine if all you want to drink is espresso. You get 4 pods, so that's 4 espressos. European hotels don't really do kettles, but other similar quality hotels with espresso machines provide far, far more pods for use and usually tea bags or other options for the non-coffee inclined. Conclusion The room was nice, bed was comfortable, it was quiet and we slept well every night which is, I guess, the least you can ask of a hotel. The problem with the water was beyond their control, so I'm fairly sanguine about that. For the price paid, the location, the fact that all extras are unbelievably expensive, the fact that the room cleaning was so late and the general feeling that I was constantly being marketed to buy the hotel's food, drink, spa services, I'd avoid in the future. The quality is nowhere near as good as similar hotels on the continent.

TheGlosReview - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Perfect spot to explore Rome, a little out the way but quite walkable or jump in taxi Pool was fantastic, always found seats for 4 of us despite being there in summer heat wave ( food and drink was eyewateringly expensive but then it's far from the cheapest hotel, I would buy water and coke from little mini mart at bottom of hill then paying around £16 for a cocktail wasn't quite as bad) door staff great and would have a taxi for you in mins, reception staff very helpful and accomadating ( it was no problem for my husband to join us for weekend even though not booked in) pool beautiful and clean. We ate out in central Rome but found best was just a short walk along river- less tourist rip off prices. The only thing that was not quite to same level was food. Breakfast very fresh but not that interesting, had one meal in hotel which put us off, steak over cooked and pasta undercooked - there is al denote and there is raw) but in all fairness they took it away and re prepared Rooms small but adequate. Initially our rooms were being made up at 4pm then turn down 10pm but a quick word with reception and this changed to 9 am and 6pm If I was back in Rome I would most certainly stay here again

woll - UK

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The biggest issue in deciding to stay at the Gran Melia Rome, is the location: the hotel is across the Tiber from most of the main tourist sites in Rome. You'll be taking a taxi almost anywhere. While it seems close to the Vatican, the particular layout of streets makes walking to even that location a challenge. There is a nice pool area, and that seemed to appeal to families with if that is you, this would be a place to consider. The appearance of the public spaces and rooms are clean and stylish. The rooms are spacious. The staff is pleasant and for the most part make an effort to be helpful. The annoyances were relatively minor: e.g., difficulty changing large Euro bills, and lack of public access computer for airline check-in.

ScottSewitch - Cheshire, Connecticut

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