Giardino

Via XXIV Maggio 51, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
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Great location for the price

Great (4.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on April 20, 2008

Very clean, comfortable small hotel within easy walking distance of key Rome sights. Room 24 was very small but we were only there to sleep so not a problem. Location can't be beat for the price (which includes breakfast). It was nice to be able to walk back to the hotel if we forgot something which you can't do if you stay at one of the bigger hotels outside the city. Quiet rooms, very friendly staff, safe area. Would definitely stay there again.

Unique Quality: Small hotel up one flight from the street; nice little breakfast area; close to everything.

Directions: Just down the street from Quirnale Plaza

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Lovely Small Hotel in the Heart of Rome

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on November 5, 2007

Katie, the owner of Hotel Giardino, was so very helpful while I stayed at the hotel (4 nights). The hotel is small, probably about 10 rooms. There is no elevator, so you must go up 2 flights of stairs. No big deal for me, as I needed the exercise. My room, #32, was at the end of the hall down from the reception desk. It faced an inner courtyard (not much to see) and was very quiet at night. My room had a king bed (well, twins placed together), small table, chair, armoire and tv on the wall, and tiny bathroom but manageable (with hair dryer). The bed was very comfortable! The room had a/c, which I used a couple of nights.

Breakfast (orange juice, tea, coffee, breads, cereal, cheese, jam, etc) is served in a small room and there are also three tables (two chairs each) on a very small terrace, which is nice in good weather.

The location of the hotel is very good: Near the Piazza Venezia, the Quiranale and Trajan's market. On the main corner is a bus stop. The trevi fountain is about an 8-10 minute walk and the colosseum/forum is about a 15-minute walk south.

Katie was kind to make my dinner reservations (a must in Rome for any popular place) during my stay, as well as reservations for the Vatican museum and Sistine Chapel tour.

I had booked the hotel last year and since I paid in cash, she honored the 2006 prices (125 euros per night); however, I believe her average price is about 145 euros - still very good for the room quality, service, and location. Breakfast is included with the price.

I would gladly stay at Hotel Giardino on my next trip to Rome!

Directions: Close to Piazza Venezia and just south of the Piazza Quirinale.

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Address: Via XXIV Maggio 51, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy

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