October 28, 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
Not a great experience for a fancy hotel. After spending 1 week through northern Italy and staying in different hotels, our experience was great, until we arrived to Rome. I'm not a critical person I am usually happy where I go. However this wasn't a good experience. The wifi of the hotel is very poor and when you need to take care of business and takes forever plus internet call dropping every 5 seconds it is no good. Rooms and bathroom are very nice and fancy but not very practical as you turn on the water the hand held shower point at you and has no shield so you and whoever is the bathroom will get wet. Water pressure in the shower was weak, that is not a big deal for me. The room had a gigantic water stain coming for the ceiling to the floor. To end our 3 day experience in the hotel, my wife was walking in the closet and she stepped on a nail that was coming out of the baseboard. She was bleeding I called front desk and I asked to speak with a manager. Few minutes later he comes to the room,walked around looked at baseboard, and comments that baseboard should have been secured better. Never apologized and showed that they care. I asked if they can bring me a first aid kid and some neosporin. They said that don't have. Few minutes later they sent a roll of cotton and hydrogen water. With all the walking that u do in Rome my wife couldn't enjoy it since she was in pain. I understand things happen but they didn't handle it properly.
ferreview - North Miami Beach, Florida
This an elegant expense account hotel. We were vacationing and sightseeing in Rome. The room was clean and comfortable and very modern and the staff efficient and friendly. The A/C worked well and lots of electric outlets and free WiFi. The area is wonderful with lots of nearby restaurants at all price ranges. It is just across from the park where the Borghese palace (now Museum) is located and around the corner from the US embassy. If you are not on expenses avoid the bar and breakfast. Two glasses of wine 44â‚¬ and the breakfast buffet 33â‚¬ Per person. One block right and half block down there is a lovely cafe that will do an omelette with toast and a cappuccino for about 10â‚¬. Other than bar and food prices I have nothing bad to say and we enjoyed our stay.
Werlein_Manor - Houston, Texas
I had only one night in room 112. Check in was efficient and friendly. Fuss free. It was spacious, very comprehensively specified with lots of Bulgari toiletries, comfortable bed, high end Art Deco furniture. Room was on a corner so 2 windows which is always nice. Well insulated from a busy street below. The lobby and lounge are nicely laid out with walls well hung with art. This is not a local focal point with beautiful people swanning around but a comfortable place to grab some time and peace, well looked after by attentive staff. Good breakfast, again staff very attentive, not intrusive, nice balance. At the hotel entrance is an expanded porch area, behind porticoed arches. Much better to have a drink in the daytime here than on the pavement outside, as is the general habit. Great hotel, beautifully furnished and fitted out throughout. A classic.
CalmTraveller75 - Dublin, Ireland
Most quiet room I have ever experienced. This was my first time in Rome, and I had heard Rome was a hustling and bustling city. Which turns out to be true, but you never would have known this staying at this hotel. It is on a peaceful street, but still close to all the attractions of the city. We only had to walk 1 1/2 blocks to get to the Hop N Off Bus, and Termini is only a 15 minute walk. The walls in our room seemed to be padded which made the room even quieter. They were spacious and well appointed. The staff was gracious and always willing to help. The only thing I was a little disappointed is there never seemed to be a concierge on duty. There was a desk but never one there. Of course whenever I inquired, the front desk was more than willing to assist. They just never have to seem to have the same knowledge as concierge do. My only wish is that this wasn't the first hotel we stayed out during our trip, as it really set the bar high for the other hotels, which sadly just didn't measure up.
aprager - Portland, Oregon
First class in every way. Very attentive staff, luxurious rooms. Very modern look. Excellent food. Staff was friendly and welcoming from the waiters to the registration to valets. We were upgraded upon arrival to a jr suite. Very comfortable rooms and great bathrooms. We would definitely return. A+
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