July 19, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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Hotel d'Inghilterra in Rome, Italy
Just a few steps from the Piazza di Spagna, the Hotel d'Inghilterra has been one of Rome's most exclusive hotels since 1850. Once the 17th-century guest house of the Princes Torlonia, the hotel possesses an atmosphere of intimate elegance in its common rooms and an air of refinement in its bedrooms adorned with fine period furnishings. Against a backdrop of the Trinita dei Monti, Villa Medici and Villa Borghese, this property boasts a luxurious top floor suite with a garden terrace and rooftop views over the historic city center - along with the renowned Café Romano restaurant, a favorite gathering spot for local luminaries.
No matter how many photographs you have seen, or how many stories you have heard, there is nothing that can compare to daily life in Rome. Masterpieces by Michelangelo are as frequent as laptops and cell phones, and it often seems as if you will round a corner to discover Audrey Hepburn zipping down the street on a charming Vespa. From the Sistine Chapel and Coliseum to Fellini films and wine bars, this is a unique city where the ancient and modern reside together peacefully, harmoniously and, of course, eternally.
Location of Hotel d'Inghilterra
Nearest Airport: FCO
Amenities for Hotel d'Inghilterra
- General Information
- 106 Guest Rooms
- On-Site Amenities
- High-Speed Internet Access
- In-Room Amenities
- Air Conditioning
- DVD Players
- In-Room Safes
- Marble Bathrooms
- Flat-Screen Televisions
- Individually Designed Rooms
- Conference Facilities
- Historic Sites
- Art Galleries
- Public Transportation
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Hotel d'Inghilterra
Excellent location and kind and supportive staff. Issues associated with the small stuff that make a hotel great . Chandelier in room not properly affixed to ceiling. Lampshades not appropriate for lamp. Bidets not properly cleaned for three days. One bar of soap provided and not replaced when at the nub. No tissues in dispenser for two days. Only one bottle of water provided for a suite during turndown service. Sink dripped water incessantly. Air conditioner was loud and insufficient during a heat wave. Just the small stuff.
kemcalgary - calgary
For the past 30 years, I choose this hotel in the heart of Rome, to stay. It became a fantstic hotel since 1850 ! Near everything and the beauty of the building, makes your stay much more agreable! The bar, is a meeting place for all Romans who mingle with the tourists.. The excellet restaurant, , "Roman Garden", besides the food, the decoration with masterpeices, takes you back to a luxirous time...
kikinsg - Rio de Janeiro, RJ
In our quest for a new permanent Hotel for our frequent Rome stays we visited this very good situated traditional place. The impression we got after a guided tour through the hotel was a very good one .
marvinge - Vienna, Austria
The location is perfect for exploring most tourist attractions, go shopping and eating out. Service is very good and the concierge gave us great restaurant recommendations. Room is good size for Rome and was renovated, very comfortable and in the right temperature (it was really hot in Rome and it was lovely to enter our cold room), will definitely stay there again. Wifi worked very well.
Carolina099 - Rio de Janeiro
The hotel is a block off of via del Condotti if you want to do upscale shopping and walk to the Spanish steps. It is about midway between Piazza del Popolo and the Verdi fountain. Both are about 10 blocks away. The closest subway terminal is Spagna at the top of the Spanish steps. However, Holy See and the Colosseum are much longer walks; so find a hop on hop off bus or other conveyance if you are a senior and adverse to walking. The wi-fi was reliable and adequately fast. It seemed that the hot water supply was inconsistent requiring attention to the mixing control in our shower. The worst thing was that around 9 PM on the 2nd night of our stay, a service lift parked beside our room, and elevated workmen to areas around our windows where they drilled and hammered into the night keeping us awake. The staff seemed both unwilling and incapable of finding us a quiet room. The staff advised us that this would continue for several more nights. Our room was vacated the next morning.
daSVGrouch - Cheyenne, Wyoming