July 18, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.

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Mecenate Palace Hotel in Rome, Italy

Near the Colosseum central to some of the city's best historic sites and modern attractions, Mecenate Palace Hotel is a luxury hotel experience in Italy's capital. Overlooking the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and Rome's unique skyline, this elegant retreat offers comfort and class with impeccable service and amenities. 74 guest rooms and suites are decorated with refined style and traditional Italian touches, and all include air conditioning, mini bar, satellite television, and wireless Internet access. Perhaps the hotel's most spectacular highlight, the beautiful rooftop garden is an ideal place to enjoy a buffet breakfast while taking in views over the city and surrounding landscape. With 360-degree vistas, the rooftop restaurant, Terrazza dei Papi serves up Mediterranean and international cuisine along with its breathtaking views, or you can simply relax with a glass of wine as you relish in the scenery. In addition, Caffè Papa Sisto in the hotel's lobby provides a warm ambiance for coffee, pastries, and light snacks. Rest and respite in the best of hands during your days in Rome, at Mecenate Palace Hotel.

Step out to explore the Eternal City and its myriad historic monuments, museums, cathedrals, and cultural attractions. Your location at Mecenate Palace Hotel puts you within easy access of the Colosseum and Roman Forum, and you are right in the historic city centre, which itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Around virtually every corner lies breathtaking fountains, churches, grand ruins, statues, and more. For more modern adventures, spend a day shopping the designer boutiques of via Veneto, stopping to eat and snack on gelato, and toss a coin in Trevi Fountain. Visit the Vatican to marvel at St. Peter's Square and tour the Sistine Chapel to see Michelangelo's infamous masterpiece. Back at the hotel, end your day's activities with a nightcap and toast to Italy - and to Mecenate Palace Hotel.

Location of Mecenate Palace Hotel

Mecenate Palace Hotel
Via Carlo Alberto 3
Rome, Italy

Nearest Airport: FCO

Amenities for Mecenate Palace Hotel

  • General Information
  • 74 Guest Rooms
  • Dining
  • Restaurant
  • Wine Cellar
  • Cafe
  • On-Site Amenities
  • Valet Parking
  • Rooftop Garden
  • In-Room Amenities
  • Air Conditioning
  • Direct Dial Telephones
  • Hair Dryers
  • In-Room Safes
  • Mini Bar
  • Satellite Television
  • Coffee & Tea Facilities
  • Bathrobes & Slippers
  • WiFi
  • Business
  • Meeting Rooms
  • Catering Services
  • Nearby
  • Historic Sites
  • Shopping
  • Museums
  • Restaurants
  • Parks
  • Interests
  • City
  • Culture & Arts

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TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 days ago

I would like describe my experience in roma at this Hotel. The room was ok... I been on top the roof garden called TERRAZZA DEI PAPI. Amazing location for get the exclusive dinner...I received the Aperol Spritz at Bar, served from Luca. He was really kind, always smiling and excellent service. After the aperitif, I've been in the restaurant. I got the dinner served from the Maitre Mauro was really kind, excellent communication speaking, very nice service. I wish the best experience to everybody.

Pietro P - London, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our family of three spent 7 nights in this hotel in June 2017 (triple room). The location is good, near to Metro Station and Colosseum is within walking distance. There is a big supermarket just across the road, many co-ops and eateries nearby. The room was comfortable, bed was not too soft. Sound proofing was good, we didn't hear any noise from outside the room. Particularly, all the staff speak good English, were friendly and helpful. Wifi connection was stable throughout hotel. The roof terrace was a pleasant place for breakfast. Do note that this hotel has a notice stating it forbids guests from bring food and beverages from outside sources into the room. The hotel restaurant has a lunch offer from 12noon : 10 Euros for a 1st course, softdrink, mini dessert (one scoop of icecream from the icecream store next door) : we enjoyed this lunch. { We took private airport transfer booked through the hotel at 55 Euros per trip (as we read too much about rougue taxi drivers in Italy). It took us some effort to find the driver upon arrival at airport (he was waiting in a corner) and the one who took us on departure trip didn't help us with lugguage but asked for tips .}

pixieSG - Singapore

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Being four blocks from Rome’s train station and metro hub is the big selling point of the Mecenate Palace. The neighborhood, with the exception of Santa Maria Maggiore which is right across the square, is the usual run of second rate tourist shops, street vendors and the basic restaurants and fast food joints one finds round any major rail hub. But then there is this 4-star hotel. I stayed a week, found the room very comfortable, high ceilinged, nicely furnished, with a great view, double sinks in the bath area, and tea/coffee maker – but with limited electrical outlets, spotty Wi-Fi, and a small safe not big enough for a laptop or large iPad. Breakfast on the roof terrace is highlighted not just by the view, but by the warmth and pleasantness of the staff – though the substantial continental spread never alters from day to day, and the only hot entree is scrambled eggs and frankfurters pretending to be breakfast sausage. On check-in, the front desk gave me a 15% discount card to their restaurant for dinner, good only for the night of arrival. I took advantage of this – but once was enough. Unlike breakfast, the staff at dinner are mannered and pretentious, the food – even with the discount – overpriced, and the quality uneven. I could only recommend it for dinner if you are tired or need to be up early in the morning. I chose the hotel because of its 4-star rating and proximity to the station, as I had a number of day trips planned. One morning I left the room just before 6:10 and was seated on the 6:26 train to Naples with time to spare – and the same for the 6:35 Leonardo Express to Rome’s airport several days later. And at night, with a quick jaunt to the Metro I could be dining in 20 minutes at one of the lovely restaurants near the Spanish Steps. In my week I learned to navigate Rome’s metro, tram and bus system – and with a weekly transport card could so easily go anywhere that on my next visit I will bypass this admittedly pleasant hotel for one in a much more interesting and appealing neighborhood. But again, if you need to be close to the station, this -- in my opinion -- is the best choice by far.

NWH72 - New York, New York

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed at the Mecenate Palace Hotel for 4 nights as part of our Honeymoon. When we arrived, we were told we had been given an extra large room but when we opened the door, we saw that it was a classic double with a poor view. The hotel was decorated traditionally to a high quality and was clean. Certain elements needed improvement, for example, when showering, water leaked onto the bathroom floor and the bath plug was also broken. The sealant around the bath clearly hadn't been renewed for a long time and was black in places. The room was comfortable but the air conditioning was not very good. The main positives were the good location and the excellent rooftop restaurant. Breakfast on the rooftop was something special, with loads of choice on offer. We did attempt to eat in the evening, however, we were turned away as we didn't book (despite being told we didn't need to do so when we checked in). Reception staff were not as friendly as the waiting staff, they often didn't look up to greet you as you walked in. We did enjoy our stay at the Mecenate but unfortunately would be unlikely to return.

Sammie H - Cardiff, United Kingdom

TripAdvisor Traveler Review Rating Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Stayed with wife and daughter for one week at this all around very nice hotel. We were given room number 1, wich es not exactly on the main hotel bulding, but rather some 20 meters down the block, where you go up one flight of stairs to a first floor where there are some 5 or so rooms, wich are the bigger rooms of the property, as Andrea, the front desk clerk that took care of us at our check in, let us know. This kind of left us out of the whole hotel experience, but it gave us that sense of having our own appartment in Rome, which was nice, mind you. And, of course, we had to take a short walk back to the hotel in order to have breakfast, which meant waiting forever for my wife and kid to get dressed as if they were already going to go out to tour the city. Breakfast was given at the rooftop, overlooking the fabulous Santa Maria Magiore, Food was in general, fresh and well provisioned, with scrambled eggs and sausages being the hot component of the meal. Yoghurt, cereal, cold-cuts and different kinds of breads and boulangerie completed the offering. So, you would leave to roam the town on a full stomach, but not with the feeling of having had a top quality meal. What really was top quality was the service. Mariana very efficiently strolled up and down the corridor, cleaning, clearing and preparing your table, with a smile. Marlon was another champion of efficiency and very nicely manered. And last, but not least, Giuseppe, the man with the hands given by Good to make the best Cappuccinos you will come across in your life. Thank you my friend. You gave me a great reason to get up every morning. To other whom names i have forgotten, i blame it on the enormous ammounts of caffeine i had been under for the past week, but thank you as well. Our room was big as well as the bathroom. Nothing to stand out in terms of deccor, rather lame and ugly, but the beds were very comfortable and gave us allways a good nights sleep. The room has a safe and a minibar. The A/C worked great. However, every morning, round 8:30 to 9 am, people either from the hotel or otherwise would be screaming and shouting and laughing in the corridors at such levels as to be very annoying at times. We had dinner at the hotel one night, since the view is so nice and the atmosphere feels right. Overall, the experience was bellow expectations. I'll explain: I asked for a cherry tomato and mozarella salad, they brought me a Capresse salad, wich is NOT the same, Cherry tomatoes in italy have a unike sweetness to them that no other cherry tomato in the world has. I should know. I grow cherry tomatoes in my backyard. In fact, had they told me it was a plain Capresse, i would have tried something else. I didnt return it out of hunger. Then my wife orders the risotto. Delightfull taste, but the rice was not arboreo rice. It is unaceptable to come to Rme for a risotto and have i made for you with plain white and unnapealing rice. where is your pride, for God's sake!. Then comes the time to order dessert. The waiter tells us that the kitchen has closed, so they only have ice cream and panna cotta to offer us. I may be wrong, but, if you let me in to dine in your restaurant late at night, allow me to take advantage to all your restaurant has to offer. Otherwise, kindly show me the door and sugest that i come earlier next time, or advise me of the shortcomings i should expect. So, will i come back? yes, of course. If you choose this hotel, you wont be dissapointed, as long as you not concentrate on the quality of their mediocre kitchen. After all, you are in ROME, finding lovely food to stimulate, surprise and have you ask yourself if you had died and gone to Michealngelo's heaven shouldn't be a problem.

Andres D - Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile

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