May 14, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol in Rome, Italy
Set in the heart of Rome at the start of the Via Veneto, Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol has been welcoming guests in grand style since 1870. Recently restored to its original grandeur, it maintains the glorious traditions of the past with an exquisite collection of elegant, European-style guest accommodations. Magnificent lounges filled with antique furnishings offer views over Tritone Fountain, while the Mediterranean and international cuisine served at L'Olimpo restaurant delights the most demanding of gourmands.
The whole of the Eternal City awaits your discovery. Wander the immortal Roman Forum, hunt for keepsakes on the Spanish Steps or toss a coin into the nearby Trevi Fountain. Visit Michelangelo's magnificent Sistine Chapel and browse the collections of the Vatican's famed Pinacoteca museum. Relax with a cappuccino in one of the pastel piazzas in Trastevere or enjoy the hotel's fitness facilities equipped with a gym, steam bath and Turkish sauna.
Location of Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol
Nearest Airport: FCO
Amenities for Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol
- General Information
- 127 Guest Rooms
- 19 Restaurants
- 4 Bars
- Culture & Arts
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol
We recently left Hotel Bernini and had a wonderful stay. We were recommended by a travel agent and couldn't have been more pleased. The rooms are small in a typical European fashion, but tastefully done. The bathroom was a very nice size. It was clean and comfortable. The most wonderful thing about this hotel was the service. All it took was a phone call to get anything we wanted, even when we asked for 20 extra hangers. The hotel staff when we left/came back always greeted us with a genuine bonjorno/bueno suerte. They were friendly, helpful, and there was nothing they wouldn't do to please. I would recommend this hotel without reservation. It's in an excellent location, convenient to almost anything you would want in Rome. We are New Yorkers, typically hard to please, and had read some reviews on Trip Advisor that have now left us perplexed. We don't have a negative thing to say. If you get a chance to check out Tullio, a recommendation from the concierge, it was our favorite restaurant in Rome.
lorrmich - Sarasota, Florida
I have nothing to add to what other reviewers said, the hotel is nice staff at the reception and breakfast room were very nice and helpful. The disappointment started when we discovered that things we bought were missing. Fist we lost kids Ferrari suit then my electric cigarette and finally while packing at checkout day, we realized that 3 new shoes were missing. The hotel manager didn't even show us his nice face he decided to let his staff handle this (he has the time to answer reviews on TripAdvisor).Finally the only solution they gave us is to go to the police while we have fly in 4 hours. Anyhow, if you decide to stay at this hotel make sure that you secure your stuff. Me and my family fly 4 times a year to different locations around the world and never encountered such an incident. Never lost a single bag and it took me lots of thinking before I called the reception to report that things are stollen.
hshukha - Nazareth, Israel
Stayed at the Bernini for 4 nights, used as a base for visiting the sights of Rome. The hotel is well positioned at the top of the hill , overlooking the Triton fountain, which sadly, was being repaired, so not much to look at. Within-easy walking distance of the Trevi fountain and Spanish steps, amongst the many other sights on the way. The hotel, yes, its nice, all marble and staff in uniforms opening the doors for you, polished wood and plush upholstery throughout, however, when you get to the rooms, although ok, it doesn't reflect the opulence of the the rest of the hotel. Good comfy beds, very little space to put anything, wardrobe space is not brilliant, but there again, if yours only doing a couple of nights, it's adequate. Rooms are cleaned every day, nice touch with dressing gowns and slippers. There is a mini bar, but the prices are eye-watering, as is the rest of the hotel. We visited the rooftop bar with fantastic views, but a small glass of beer or wine will cost you a tenner a piece. If you're going on a budget, expect to be shocked by the prices, the cheapest house wine in a corner cafe is â‚¬4, expect to pay around â‚¬7 + in a restaurant. A two course meal for two in a local restaurant with wine will cost you upwards of â‚¬80 + , thats a reasonable cost , given some of the restaurants will be double that, especially if you dine in the hotel where a meal would cost around â‚¬200 + for two. Change money to euros in the UK, the exchange rate in Rome is around 80-90 cents to the pound.
Roy D - East Riding of Yorkshire, United Kingdom
The hotel is ideally suited for the sights and walkable to all. The staff are charming & couldn't be more helpful. Breakfast was good with plenty of choice including Italian pastries. It is a little old fashioned but personally we liked this & it seemed more authentic. Our trip to Rome was to celebrate our anniversary and we're really pleased we chose to stay here.
charlie101 - london,england
This was our first family trip to Europe. This was our third hotel stay on our journey. Don't be confused by first impressions at this hotel! First impression when we arrived was WOW!! The location is perfect, truly centrally located. Very short walk with the kids to the Spanish steps, Trevi fountain, Pantheon. Took a taxi to the Colosseum and Vatican. The reception staff is wonderful, doors were always being opened for us, concierge was helpful, bellhops were efficient. The breakfast buffet the first day was very thorough, lots of fresh fruits, proteins, etc. made the whole family even our picky seven-year-old happy. The second day, however, half of the provisions had run out, they were not being restocked, there was no water glasses I had to give my daughter her water in a champagne flute. Staff came by twice asking what I wanted to drink, I requested coffee, 20 minutes later still nothing. Many more disappointments, and these were big ones for us. We had a no smoking room but we often could smell smoke from other rooms. On our second day, the entire hallway smelled like old fish. The first night we came back from the Trevi fountain and our room door was left open by the maids, fortunately everything in that room was secure, the maid even came back and profusely apologized. Accidents do happen. However, the second day we came back, only one of our two rooms was cleaned. At this point the reception staff was trying to blame us for this error, for some reason it did not feel like the customer was being respected. The third day, the cleaning job by the maids was very subpar (see photo of bed). Overall the hotel is beautiful, however for a "five-star hotel in" you would think the showers would have shower curtains, instead the floors were soaking wet after a quick shower. There was no iron to press clothing after a long travel from United States,although this is typical for an Italian hotel. The rooms are not equipped with any coffee makers or other forms of caffeine. Our toilet just stopped flashing one day, we had to have this fixed. The built-in drawers and closets were pretty but they were difficult to open and close and extremely noisy. The hotel is very outdated, dirty carpets, ragged wallpaper. See attached photos. For the price that we paid, I would've expected a few more finishes to the rooms, and better customer service. Oh well. We will not be returning to this hotel, and I do not recommend it.