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Hotel Majestic Roma in Rome, Italy
The first of the luxurious hotels on the Via Veneto, the Hotel Majestic Roma has since 1889 enjoyed a prestigious setting in the heart of Rome. This lovely and historic hotel, housed in a villa designed by the leading architect of the time, is ideally located just around the corner from the gardens of Villa Borghese, the stylish Via Condotti and the vibrant Spanish Steps. Here you'll be treated to the same classic elegance enjoyed by such celebrities as Nicole, Madonna, Springsteen, and Pavarotti.
Start your day at the Trinitŕ dei Monti, which offers stunning views of the city and Volterra's famous fresco of Christ descending the cross. The antiquities lure with visits to the Coliseum and the catacombs, while St. Peter's Basilica and the Sistine Chapel awe with their impressive architecture and art. See the nearby Castle Sant'Angelo, a fortress used by the popes since the sixth century, then finish in the charming town of Trastevere with a stroll about its picturesque plaza.
Location of Hotel Majestic Roma
Nearest Airport: FCO
Amenities for Hotel Majestic Roma
- General Information
- 98 Guest Rooms
- Business Center/Services
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for Hotel Majestic Roma
Hands down this was one of the best hotels we have stayed in this year. We travel 60 to 120 days per year and this ranks in the top 5 percent of our stays worldwide. We will reschedule our arrival and departure so we can stay longer on our next trip to Rome and this hotel. From the location, great front desk sevice, concierge services, room and splendid breakfast, everything was great. We will be back on our next trip to Roma.
DavidNdakota - Ndakota
This place looks great from the street, and as you enter the door crew are very friendly. Up the steps to meet the Concierge and Reception and this can range from great to a poor experience! We were shown our rooms and these are very good, they are large, well appointed and look great. Our first night my wife was kept awake by Wheelie Bins, Cars, People talking and the several different garbage trucks collecting these same wheelie bins at different times through the night. I had enough sleep tonics not to be affected! Second night, I experienced the same result. I dont think much if any of this is the hotel, but the neighbours..... We were there of 6 nights and requested a relocation so we were moved from the back on the second floor on the left of the hotel, to the front on the ground floor, and this time on the right side of the hotel. Rooms again great, and double glazing on the windows to keep the street noise down. These were quite effective. We were inundated with the smell of cigarette smoke in the corridor and it wafted into our room every time we opened them....it was bad enough for us to ask if the staff could smell it, which they could an initially thought it was from us.....housekeeping came along with some deodoriser and this fixed the problem for that day. It became evident to us the smoke was coming from either the staff smoking room, or from outside where presumably they are allowed to smoke....either way it was bloody awful! The bar was great, and the breakfast whilst nothing to write home about was fine too. If you really want to stay here four tips: 1) request level 2 or 4 (3 looks like it is being renovated/5 looks very expensive!) 2) request a front of the building room - not the back 3) request a room on the right hand side of the building from the street 4) request a room where the bathroom is on the street side - with windows for ventilation - those without windows are like a Sauna!
Neil S - North Sydney, Australia
My travel agent knows how we like to travel, and I had asked for a good option for a good value. She came through. The hotel was perfect for our family of 4. Large, clean, well appointed rooms and great marble bathrooms. The breakfast was very nice as well. We loved the old world charm and the location was great. We walked to just about everything The only thing I would comment on is that the beds were very â€śflatâ€ť and the heat was hard to control. Cracking a window helped with the heat.
NYCMama12 - New York City, New York
We checked in for 4 nights over Christmas. We were shown to our rooms not being able to use the water for 4 hours due to maintenance in the busiest week leading up to Christmas, imagine our surprise. Nevertheless, we went with the flow to our room located on the 2nd floor (Rm 222 & 223). These rooms were a very good size and initially we thought how fantastic. We were woken to noise of the banging and loud music, slamming doors & loading of the laundry and garbage trucks directly outside our window, we raised the issue with reception. They offered us an alternative which was smaller than the room we were allocated and we elected to stay in the room given we preferred the space, we were not offered a room of the same size. Accepting that 6am wake-up noise we stayed only to be met with noise from the room above which was unacceptable. We complained, someone came to our room and nothing was done. Last night we were awake from 1.30am with the noise from above and what also sounded like below our room. Upon check-out we were presented with our bill to be charged for water from the mini-bar which we DID NOT have. After I questioned it I was met with "well that is what was had 1 bottle of water from the mini-bar", she reluctantly removed it from the bill, at this point in time I didn't particularly care, I just wanted to get out of what was nothing but Un-Majestic. On another note, the shower control in our room was falling off the wall. For a leading hotel of the world this standard was more than disappointing. I would approach staying at this hotel with absolute caution. For EU2000 it was not worth it at all. We are heading to Stockholm to another Leading Hotel of the World, I would certainly hope that here they live up to what their reputation stands for. To say we are disappointed is very much an under-statement. We have stayed in Milan & Florence at 3/4 star hotels, these have been far more superior in their treatment of their guests. There was a definite "nothing we can do" attitude here. Extremely disappointing. Oh, and another point the beds were rock hard, when we looked under the bed was on a metal frame from Ikea. I would suggest that if you insist in staying at this hotel you ensure you are placed on a higher floor in a carpeted room, floorboards do not work well in these hotels with poor acoustic insulation between floors.
Lolli S - Sydney, Australia
The hotel is very good. However, the rooms are quite old, but not bad. Heating Wasnâ€™t working but the staff quickly fixed it. Is too expensive to have breakfast in the hotel. I would recommend to go out to the many near by cafes/restaurants. Gym is Ok. I didnâ€™t see a pool. Business center works. It has only one elevator so It may take some time to get to your room. Again, not a bad choice bu too expensive to the services it provides.
Andrei R - San Nicolas de los Arroyos, Argentina