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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

Hotel Sina Bernini Bristol
Piazza Barberini 23
Rome, Italy

Nearest Airport: FCO

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  • 19 Restaurants
  • 4 Bars
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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 day ago

When a hotel claims "5 Star/Deluxe Status," I suppose that I have certain expectations. Those expectations were definitely not met at the Bernini Bristol Hotel. For someone who is not typically snarky: here goes! The furniture in the rooms was IKEA grade/particle board. The closet was so cheaply built that the shelves kept collapsing. The air conditioning did not work. The shower was the epitome of bad design: thanks to the lack of a shower curtain or door, you couldn't help but flood the floor every time (as evidenced by the rotting door), or bash your knees into the poorly placed tub faucet. The rooftop restaurant claims Michelin Star status. I cannot believe that. The service was terrible all around. (The surly bartender refuses to acknowledge you for several minutes, even when you are sitting directly in front of him -- then he just can't seem to make a simple vodka on the rocks with a twist of lemon (a twist is most definitely not a half of a lemon thrown into the glass). The wine service was inept (sorry huffy wine steward, but I don't think it is outrageous to ask for a new glass when switching from champagne to red wine). Having said all that, the hotel is well located (within walking distance of the Trevi Fountain, the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon, etc.), the view from the rooftop terrace is breathtaking, and the Concierge service was helpful with making multiple restaurant reservations.

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 days ago

Wow! What a perfect hotel in a great location. Very easy walking distance to so many sites! Hotel very clean, staff so very helpful and trustworthy. I was so impressed after flying all night, staff very helpful with luggage, gave us espresso and just helped us to relax. Concierge was so gracious to guide us in the best direction to start to see the sites of Rome. Breakfast was always so very delicious. Our beds were turned back each night and our rooms kept immaculate. Front desk staff so very kind. I loved our stay in Rome. It was very special!

fish4u - Morganton, N.C.

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 5 days ago

This was my first time in Rome and I stayed for 5 nights prior to a cruise and loved this hotel. The staff were fabulous, the roof-top restaurant (Michelin 1-star) was sensational, the breakfast was plentiful and never crowded and my room was quiet and beautifully maintained. And literally next door to the hotel was a Metro station, a bus stop, a Hop-on-Hop-off bus stop for at least 2 or 3 of the HOHO bus lines and there was a taxi rank at the front of the hotel. The Metro and buses are super easy to use, and Google maps will tell you how to get everywhere in Rome by public transport, or you can just walk. Won't stay anywhere else on my next trip to Rome.

Lee C - Greater Melbourne, Australia

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 1 week ago

We spent 2 nights here as part of an Italy tour and we loved it here. The room was beautiful, so elegantly decorated. And it was so quiet given it's central location. We heard nothing and were right by the elevator too. The staff was so pleasant and they even opened for breakfast early for our group so we could eat before our day tours. The bed and pillows were very comfortable. The location was great, within walking distance of the Spanish Steps, shopping and the Trevi Fountain. Really liked it here.

time2travel4fun - Ontario, Canada

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed here in May en route to the countryside for a week in Umbria. Staff and service are both excellent - really great. The room was fine - nothing special and definitely not as impressive as my friends' suite which was stunning. Recommend spending the extra money if you can. Ask for a room with a view of the Piazza Barberini. The rooftop restaurant is stunning....get a table on the terrace and then get the tasting menu - superb, truly superb. One final note, though - I was surprised to find out non of your front of house staff have tried the food upstairs - to the manager; you should take them all for dinner in your fabulous restaurant! At the very least it will help them sell more bookings! I'll be back - thanks guys.

Caroline T - London, United Kingdom

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