December 12, 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
As far as location goes, its about as central as you can get within walking distance of most sights and literally meters away from the best retail therapy you can get in town. Rooms are a bit on the small size but this is Italy and its historic buildings. Etro aminities in the bathroom are awesome. Staff friendly and attentive.
Gertjan V - Madrid, Spain
This hotel lived up to my hopes. If you are a fan of beautiful old hotels (and willing to pay for) that have been modernized to be functional without the loss of style, charm and personal service, this place is for you. We splurged on a suite and enjoyed the extra space and light from the windows. Rooms aren't huge by American standards but are good sized given the location, which couldn't be better - at the base of the Spanish Steps in the middle of restaurants, shopping, and close to all sightseeing. The service is outstanding throughout. The head concierge, Massimo, is someone every five star hotel should have - attentive, courteous, knowledgeable and efficient. The rooms were very clean, comfortable and well equipped and remarkably quiet. The only negative is that the continental breakfast could use a little upgrading. One last thing - the hotel still uses actual, heavy (ish) keys that should be dropped at the front desk when going out and picked up on return, This is not a problem and to the contrary increases the feeling of security and personal attention.
Catherine C - Naples, Florida
I would like to quote from the book "Thousand wonderful places to see before we die" - the best boutique hotel in Rome. This small hotel has a central location, which was part of the "Grand Tour" of Rome long before the Valentino and Gucci shops began to appear around it. There is magic and brilliance here with a taste of the past. Every word in the quote above is correct, and reflects my feelings. Art objects are scattered through the corridors of the hotel, the library, and the lobby, The service was excellent, courteous, and professional. The breakfasts were pleasant and tasty.. The hotel offers free use of the hotel's smart phone with free internet access and a free dial-up service,This is a fantastic service, plus free Wi-Fi for the guest's device.
Rony H - Tel Aviv, Israel
First my review: best location in Rome, tucked near the Spanish Steps amidst every luxury retailer on earth. Serenaded to sleep by a talented saxophonist. Charming sitting rooms, fast free wifi, spa-like bathroom. Others' reviews: I wonder if we stayed at the same hotel. :-( this was spotless, luxurious and updated. I found my go-to hotel in Rome. Haven't been happy with others lately. But this one's a winner!
parryaftab - US
We paid around 1400 euros for 3 nights for a classic room. Which is much more than normally cost 3-nights for this hotel is. On arrival, we got a room on the 1st floor, next to the elevator. Room was dark and very old (old not like old style), and just above the restaurant, where guest stay till midnight . we asked for a another room. This is definitely not what we expected for the price! We choose another room. This one was on the 5th floor with a balcony, lighter and more pleasant. However, still not for that price! Hotel and rooms are old, smells, bathrooms are full of mold!!!! Absolutely not comparable with the small boutique hotels in Rome, which you will find a tenth of the price and will be renovated, nicer and cleaner. As for the services in the breakfast , this is not a strong site of the hotel. Hostess in the breakfast was unpleasant for all 3 days! The breakfast was ok, but nothing extra. Absolutely BIG NO for this hotel!!! The room was dark, and there was broken light in the corridor for 3 days, and no one repaired it? The housekeeping probably does not need light.Only one plus is great location between Via del Corso and Via Dei Condotti. Hotel need reconstruction ASAP!
E1492 - Prague, Czech Republic