July 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Grand Hotel Via Veneto in Rome, Italy
There are few locations in Rome more divine than Via Veneto-- that boulevard of sumptuous shopping and to-die-for dining. It's no wonder that Grand Hotel Via Veneto is right at home in this superb, cosmopolitan setting. A meticulously restored Art Deco landmark, this urban haven is a connoisseur's dream, boasting precious Macassar ebony and Brazilian rosewood detailing. Natural daylight drifts through the cupola dome into the warm and welcoming lobby, while signature Italian and French styling take the guest rooms and suites to new heights of sophistication.
When not lingering in the shops and cafés of your neighborhood avenue, you can stroll to the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. The entire city is at your disposal, as you venture out to discover the Sistine Chapel, The Colosseum, and the masterpieces of the Galleria Borghese. You might explore the underground catacombs of the Appian Way, or spend an evening people watching at the Pantheon. Whether you're a foodie, a culture vulture or a shopaholic, Rome is sure to satisfy your every craving.
Location of Grand Hotel Via Veneto
Nearest Airport: FCO
Amenities for Grand Hotel Via Veneto
- General Information
- 120 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa Services
- Laundry Service
Reviews for Grand Hotel Via Veneto
This was our 3rd visit to Rome, so we wanted a different location. We had early morning tix to the museum at the Villa borghese which is reason we selected this hotel. It was also an easy walk to the spanish steps and sights in that area. The room was acceptable in size, the bed was not good for our backs. The bath clean and a good size, however the tub is especially slippery. There are wonderful little restaurants out door to right then around the corner, so you need not pay their enormous price for breakfast.
dkfCT - connecticut
Hotel quality is not as 5 star as we expected at least comparing to Carlton Baglioni hotel in Milan. Via Veneto is lower and not so hospital. All the way through we felt this unpleasant feeling of inequality...
If you are looking for an old style hotel with great service not in the heart of the city that your hotel - in my opinion it is over priced - the rooms are big, the water pressure in the shower is low and the breakfat is averge
gabrielkaufman - Israel
We stayed at Grand Hotel Via Veneto for 4 nights in June. The hotel is in a great location for easy walking distance to famous places of Rome, such as Treve Fountain, Spanish Steps, & Pantheon. Rooms are spacious and clean. The hotel was very modern and clean. Each and everyone was courteous, smiling and helpful. We want to say a special thanks to Stella (Concierge) for making us feel welcome when we arrived in Rome. She was fantastic, courteous, & helpful of every questions we ask. Grand Hotel Via Veneto is lucky to have a great and dedicated employee such as Stella to have. She told us where to go and eat for authentic Italian Food and the best Restaurants such as Girarrosto Florentino (dinner) and Orlando Ristorante (lunch) They will booked dining reservations. She was right, it was worth it to go to the places to eat!! You will not regret your stay in this great hotel and in Rome.
ajmusic46 - Sacramento, California
This is a stylish boutique hotel on the Via Veneto. From the minute you enter and with the wonderful fragrance throughout the hotel, staff make you feel completely at home. Especially their wonderful reception desk Chiara checked us in and personally showed us to our superb room. Throughout our stay she kept an eye on us for any personal needs to ensure our stay was perfect, to which is was. The hotel is delightful in every way. They have a lovely roof top area and you can relax after a busy days with drinks and canopies. We will definitely stay again.
jillzukerman - Sydney, Australia