August 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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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 crme de la crme.

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

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 18 hours ago

We just left the Gran Melia Rome... The staff was AMAZING, attentive, polite. True white glove (red glove as they call it) service! The 3 stars is for the size of the room, we stayed in a suite. It was 2 floors and Aprox 1k Euro a night... The issue was the size & configuration of the room. The first floor was just enough for the bed & bathroom & bath area. The second a cozy loft that gave you the space you needed but with the first floor being so tight you felt cramped even taking out toiletries for a family of four. The pool was perfect!!! Given the weather in July it was nice to have a break from the heat in the afternoon. Giancarlo was our afternoon waiter & served gelato to our very busy toddlers & he was AWESOME!!! The hotel over all is great. If traveling with toddlers perfect. There was even a toddler pool and lots of shaded seating! We felt very at home & comfortable with our children here. Decor was spot on & breakfast was impeccable. My real only complaint is the room size. Side note: If you plan to walk note that getting back there is a slight up hill so although stroller friendly a bit of a workout! Sadly I have no room photos...

NYProject - New York City, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 23 hours ago

I have just returned from our first trip to Rome. My wife and I travelled with our 13 month old daughter and we stayed at the Gran Melia Hotel. Let me start with the positives: The hotel is in a great location and is easy to get to most of the attractions. It is spotless and we found all the staff to be genuinely friendly and helpful. We booked a Loft Junior Suite but ended up upgrading to a Jetted Terrace Room which was significantly better. Breakfast was a pleasure with great service and nice food. Maybe not the biggest selection, but we always got what we wanted. Getting taxis never took more than a few minutes and it always felt a pleasure to come back to the sanctuary of the hotel after a hot day sightseeing. The room was really well cleaned and we rarely saw the housekeepers. Top marks to them, plus they left a teddy bear for my baby on the last night. That was a nice touch. The aroma menu was also an interesting addition, although we only got to use it once. Now some negatives: Like some of the other people have mentioned, when we checked in we were told that we were going to be shown a beautiful room that was available to upgrade too. After a long journey we really just wanted to get to our room and felt a bit uncomfortable being shown another room first. Yes, this room was lovely but we were already paying around 700 euros a night for our room and after being 'enticed' we were told that it was 'only' another 1900 euros a night! of course this was more than we could afford, so we declined. This made the room we had booked look pretty poor in comparison. I am not sure why a hotel of this calibre would need to hard sell upgrades. We have stayed in many 5 star hotels around the world and never had this happen. However, our room (with the cot for the baby) felt pretty cramped and after one night we did end up upgrading for 200 Euros extra a night to a much better room with a fabulous terrace and jacuzzi. Having said that, the jacuzzi water did look like it hadn't been changed for a while which put my wife off using it. It should really have been changed between guests. We asked if we could get an umbrella as the sun was fully on the terrace from lunchtime and we would have liked to spend more time out there with our daughter. We were told this was not possible..... I cant really see why though. We needed boiling water to make our daughters milk (bottle) and were brought water in a coffee pot that was brown. It was returned a few times until we asked for a kettle. Apparently this is not allowed...(again, every hotel we stay at round the world has kettles, so why not here?). We ended up buying one and using bottled water every day. Which is another point - why no complimentary water in the rooms? even one bottle a day..after all its a hot city. The TV system is the worst I have ever slow to respond that we didn't bother often... no more than 2 or 3 English speaking channels and very un-intuitive. Nothing to keep my daughter occupied unfortunately. The AC in the room was ok, but quite complicated to use and never really chilled the room properly. Would we stay again? Yes, but I can't really say it was value for money. We would like to try another Gran Melia Hotel in the next place we visit, so I will reserve judgement until then.

richard a - Barnet, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I had a lengthier review that I shared with the hotel staff directly. They made some good points and, in retrospect, I should have put down my foot whenever problems arose instead of engaging in this complacent attitutde. Nevertheless, to summarize: - the hotel amenities including the spa, lobby and garden are absolutely lovely - the location is amazing - (Most of) the staff is incredibly nice, we just happened to be unlucky a few times (like the staff member who marveled at the fact that we couldn't sleep because of some loud background noise) - the rooms are subpar and not up to standards if you're used to travel in luxury hotels in Europe (especially considering the price tag) - the "private garden" rooms are overpriced and the "garden" is basically just a patio designed to mask the fact that they are below ground level - I didn't sleep through a single night on account of the catastrophic electrical system (it buzzes like a thousand angry bees), the noise from the street and the whacky aircon system (it was 15 degrees most of the time and apparently rather complicated to change) In short, despite its positives, you can get a lot more for a lot less.

nat b - Zurich, Switzerland

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

My husband and I stayed in this hotel for 4 nights for the first part of our honeymoon. We chose the hotel as my husband has stayed in Gran Melia's before and always had a great experience. We felt it would be the perfect place to see the sites of Rome but still have the romantic relaxation we were after. I had informed the hotel prior to arrival it was our honeymoon and had booked a Junior Red Level Suite. When we arrived we were greeted with a glass of prosecco and a lovely lady who checked us in. She informed us she would show us to our room but there was also an upgrade available for a small supplement and we could look at it if we like. She showed us the Junior Suite and we ask to look at the upgrade as we thought we might treat ourselves, as it's our honeymoon. We were shown an absolutely amazing suite, which we were both extremely excited about. We said we would like to upgrade and how much would it cost. The lady then informed us it was 1900 euros a night!!!!!!!!! We had paid 2600 euros for 4 nights! This made us very upset, as of course there was no way this was within our budget and we should of never been shown the room. We now felt very unsatisfied with the room we had and made us from being very excited to a real low. The Junior Suite is nice but extremely dark and you feel as if you are in a cave underground. We asked if we could see the room one up from ours, which we were shown and much preferred but were told it would be 1000 euros extra for our stay. We could not see why it was so much money, as although it had an outside area the room was smaller than the one we had and the bathroom was not as nice. The other issue is the soundproofing is terrible, we also have a child staying above us which is constantly running around and it's very loud! We then had a call from guest services to say they had arranged a free upgrade for us! We couldn't believe it and was looking forward to seeing the room. When we got shown the room, I realised it was actually the category down from what we paid. When I asked her why she had shown it to us and calling it an upgrade, she said she thought we would like to see it because it was lighter than ours! I couldn't believe that they were trying to down grade our room and never suggested refunding us the difference between the rooms. The second to last night we had a note left for us informing us that we could have a Bali bed experience by the pool the next day. We both were looking forward to this. We were shown to one of the Bali beds, which was nice. We were then completely left to our own devices! I do not know what the experience was! My husband went up and ordered food and drinks, no one ever came round an asked. When we did have lunch by the pool the plates were left for two hours. My husband had a little nap and woke up to the bed being invested with ants and being bitten everywhere. He then had to take the tray back to the restaurant. I have never ever stayed in a hotel of this class where the pool service was so terrible. It completely started our honeymoon off badly and we feel very let down by the hotel. I really thought the hotel would be perfect place for a honeymoon and I am so disappointed. I do however want to mention that the room was kept very clean and the maids did a great job.I would also like to say the hotel is beautiful and the food is excellent. The price of drinks is ridiculous though, so be warned by that. I would recommend the Red Level service. We also had a lovely time in the spa. On our final night we heard another guest talking to the staff and the same thing had happened to them, where they were shown this amazing suite they could never afford. It's a awful sales tactic. I can honestly say I have never been so disappointed with a hotel. My husband and I really thought it would be such an amazing honeymoon and it was completely spoilt. This is something that will always stay with us and I my advice to any honeymooners do not choose this hotel!


TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

It takes a great deal to please us, I dread going anywhere new actually, but this hotel was such a surprise and was the perfect location for our visit to Rome. We arrived here angry, hot and tired after checking out of a 'leading' five star hotel that was not up to we were tired after a long drive from Tuscany and beginning to regret coming at all by the time we arrived. The Gran Melia turned things around in a heartbeat. The scented lobby and welcome drinks. The spotless design hotel with flawless staff really are showing Rome how to do service and hospitality at every level. Think Four Seasons and this is it in Rome. EVERY single member of staff without fail were gracious, warm and were all keen to do anything they possibly could to make our stay joyful and memorable. It would be impossible to list them all, and unfair but may I just congratulate the team for being exceptional and making our stay such a happy one. The split level junior suite was perfect for our needs as a family of four with lovely views of beautiful Rome. Quiet, spotless and clean with terrific bathrooms. Fabulous. We loved the service and the instant impression one has that everything is well considered, carefully done and the small touches were so thoughtful....everywhere in every corner we could find no fault. The pool area was sublime with a deeply relaxing pool side vibe, comfortable loungers and bali beds - gorgeous warm pools, excellent pool service and a wonderful stark contrast to the bustling hot Rome at this time of year. You would never guess you were in a capital city. It is so relaxing and we enjoyed combining sightseeing with sunbathing. The restaurants were great, we enjoyed all of the dishes, and the grace and professionalism of the waiting team were appreciated and enjoyed each evening, so much so we really didn't want to go elsewhere. The bistro was fun with light mist and cool cocktails and a relaxed candle lit atmosphere. My advice would be to book a clarins full body massage the minute you arrive to really make the most of your break there. The spa experience was out of this world, and literally took me to another world. I am already missing not being there! Certainly we are coming back to this hotel, we are planning a return trip in the autumn. Rome is an amazing city, and this is is without a doubt the best hotel!

Pyes - Cirencester, United Kingdom

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