Del Corso Hotel Rome

Via del Corso 79, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy
(3 star hotel)
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Excellent (4.5 out of 5.0) 3 reviews
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Exceeded our expectation

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 28, 2013

Very often hotels are not as they are advertised on websites. Hotel via Del Corso was not one of these.
We simply had one of the best hotel experiences here.
Our room was booked as a double, with balcony. Well, it was more like a mini- suite. Beautiful polished wooden floors and tasteful furbishing. We had a walk in closet, and spotless bathroom with bath and shower. Good lighting was welcome.
The bed was larger than usual (for hotels) and having the balcony was lovely. The balcony was not very large, but we had a view of Via Del Corso and spent some late evenings sitting here with a long cold drink, watching the world go by. There were noisy tourists passing by late at night, but once we closed windows- it was fine.
Television and free Wi-Fi available. & Air-con. Bar Fridge and tea & coffee facilities in room.
There is a comfortable lounge downstairs ( with free internet alcove) and really unusual ceiling.
The breakfasts were served on a sunny rooftop area........and the selection from the buffet was a choice between hot or cold. The hot breakfast was tasty- crispy bacon and eggs to order. Sausage was Italian. The cold selection was huge. It was quite difficult to make a choice. All very well presented by the lovely lady in charge.
Staff at reception were lovely...........they were genuinly friendly and always ready to give advice when needed.
I loved the area- it was close to Piazza Spagna, Spanish Steps, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain and of course, the Via Del Corso is lined with tempting shops, trattorias, bakeries, and lovely just for a stroll.The Piazza d Popolo is at the far end of Via Del Corso.
I think that I may just be either lucky or have lower expections, but I have very seldom had a bad hotel experience.
This hotel was excellent value. I recommend it with confidence.

Unique Quality: The sunny rooftop breakfast and relaxing area
Balcony (plus views)- see as far as Piazza D Popolo
Proximity to most attractions
Very helpful & cheerful staff
The SIZE of the room!

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Exceeded our expectation

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on February 28, 2013

Very often hotels are not as they are advertised on websites. Hotel via Del Corso was not one of these.
We simply had one of the best hotel experiences here.
Our room was booked as a double, with balcony. Well, it was more like a mini- suite. Beautiful polished wooden floors and tasteful furbishing. We had a walk in closet, and spotless bathroom with bath and shower. Good lighting was welcome.
The bed was larger than usual (for hotels) and having the balcony was lovely. The balcony was not very large, but we had a view of Via Del Corso and spent some late evenings sitting here with a long cold drink, watching the world go by. There were noisy tourists passing by late at night, but once we closed windows- it was fine.
Television and free Wi-Fi available. & Air-con. Bar Fridge and tea & coffee facilities in room.
There is a comfortable lounge downstairs ( with free internet alcove) and really unusual ceiling.
The breakfasts were served on a sunny rooftop area........and the selection from the buffet was a choice between hot or cold. The hot breakfast was tasty- crispy bacon and eggs to order. Sausage was Italian. The cold selection was huge. It was quite difficult to make a choice. All very well presented by the lovely lady in charge.
Staff at reception were lovely...........they were genuinly friendly and always ready to give advice when needed.
I loved the area- it was close to Spanish Steps, Roman Forum, Trevi Fountain and of course, the Via Del Corso is lined with tempting shops, trattorias, bakeries, and lovely just for a stroll.
I think that I may just be either lucky or have lower expections, but I have very seldom had a bad hotel experience.
This hotel was excellent value. I recommend it with confidence.

Unique Quality: The sunny rooftop breakfast and relaxing area
Balcony (plus views)
Proximity to most attractions
Very helpful & cheerful staff
The SIZE of the room!

Directions: on Via Del Corso

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Hotel Del Corso

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on June 29, 2004

The rooms are small but well decorated. The staff speaks english and is very helpful with everything. The breakfast is a typical european breakfast - toast with jam or ham and cheese, and of course a capuccino.

Unique Quality: Between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo, this hotel is located on Via del Corso - the main street in the center of town with lots of great shopping. It is centrally located in walking distance from all major Rome attractions.

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Address: Via del Corso 79, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy

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  • Wheelchair Accessible
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  • Continental Breakfast
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  • Shuttle Service
  • Free High Speed Internet

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