Hotel Adriano

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Di Pallacorda 2, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy

4 Reviews

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92%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
37%
177
Very Good
43%
206
Average
11%
53
Poor
5%
26
Terrible
1%
6

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 58% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families91
  • Couples84
  • Solo85
  • Business78
  • abarbieri's Profile Photo

    List of good central 3 star hotel in Rome

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    Hotel Adriano www.hoteladriano.com (great location - near Navona Square)
    Hotel Alpi www.hotelalpi.com (see my other tip about it)
    Hotel Canada www.hotelcanadaroma.com (not far from Termini train station)
    Hotel del Senato www.albergodelsenato.it (great location-next to Pantheon)
    Hotel La Lumiere www.lalumieredipiazzadispagna.com (near Spanish Steps)

    Adriano, Senato and La Lumiere are more expensive because of the location.

    Unique Quality: They are all much better than the average 3 star hotel in Rome. Hotel del Senato has the best location and it is actually considered as a 4 star hotel for Rome standard.

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    In the middle of everything

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    This hotel is a totally renovated 3 star hotel. It’s located in the heart of Rome close to Pantheon, Piazza Navona, and just a 20 min walk from the Vatican City. We stayed there for 4 nights in their superior double room (€200 pr. night). The room was clean, modern and with a media center which replaced the TV. You have internet access directly on the media center or with cable to your own laptop. Breakfast is ok, with all the basics you need before a long day in the city. Nothing is extravagant in the hotel – but its all good, clean and with good service. I will recommend this hotel if you are looking for a base in the middle of everything in Rome, and if you have a budget for €200 pr. night.

    Unique Quality: Media center with internet, music, TV, home cinema etc in the room. Good aircondition.

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    In the heart of Rome

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    Hotel Adriano is located in the middle of the triangle between Pantheon (5 minutes by foot), Piazza Navona (7 minutes) and Spanish steps (8 minutes).
    The hotel itself is comfortable and has very friendly staff. The standard double room is equipped with a shower, toilet, sink. It has TV (only 5 Italian channels) and a simple telephone.
    Breakfast is included but of bad quality.

    The price of a standard double room is about EURO 145

    Unique Quality: great location. for a three star hotel in this area it is a good price.

    Directions: centro storico

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    Budget Accommodations

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    Ok. So you blow out the lights if you use your hair dryer with the room lights on. The rooms are sparce and it would be nice if they redid the bathrooms (they are the type where you can pee and shower at the same time).

    Unique Quality: The hotel is housed within the original walls of a 15th century palace and the lobby has been recently renovated.

    Directions: Located in the heart of the historic city
    Center near Piazza Navona and the Spanish Steps

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Loved the Hotel Adriano

by TripAdvisor Member jennacoz

My husband and I stayed at the Hotel Adriano for 3 nights in a Superior Double Room during our honeymoon. The hotel was nice and we enjoyed our stay. The breakfast was good and the staff was very helpful. The room was on the small end and we had a quaint view of the street. The bathroom was newly upgraded. The best part of this hotel is it's location! We loved being able to walk everywhere in Rome. The vatican is about a twenty minute walk, Piazza Navona is about a five minute walk, and the Spanish Steps are about a fifteen minute walk. We will definitely return to this hotel when in Rome again.

Pleasant surpise and a great location.

by TripAdvisor Member RDC56

We recently returned from a 4 night stay at the Hotel Adriano in Rome. (E200 per night) It was the last of our Italian stops and the nicest of the hotels where we stayed. We were pleasantly surprised. The decor was modern and taseful throughout; more than we expected for a 3 star hotel. The room was of average size and the bathroom larger than average. Both were newly decorated and kept very clean. The air conditioning worked very well, which was greatly appreciated during the heat wave. The staff was not overly friendly, but polite and helpful at check in. Breakfast was simple but ample and provided us with necessary fuel to get us started on our day. The hotel was centrally located. We were able to walk to Trevi, Spanish Steps, Vatican, Piazza Navona, Pantheon, Roman Forum, Coilliseum, many stores and restaurants.
The hotel is 10 minute taxi ride from the train station and about a 45 minute ride from the airport. We would recommend this hotel to friends and would certainly return there ourselves.

Tom and Regina

Very Nice Stay

by TripAdvisor Member SFSolo

This was a solid 2-star-plus/3-star-minus experience: clean, comfortable rooms, although not luxurious by any means, at a moderate price (considering the city and location). Inside-facing rooms look out onto a courtyard that seems to be filled with a tool shed, and the elevator offers a direct view into the shower. On the other hand, rooms facing in are remarkably quiet, which is hard to come by here. There is some need of minor refurbishment inside the room, but nothing that suggested uncleanliness; very clean and modern bathroom; common areas were undergoing renovation while we were there. Staff was extremely competent, courteous, and helpful, beyond requirements. Breakfast was as expected for an Italian tourist class hotel, which is to say, just OK. Although it took a few minutes to sort out a small problem with the reservation (wrong room type), things were put right relatively quickly. The location is the strongest point, very close to the north end of Piazza Navona and a few streets west of the Corso.

Adriano.A very good choice

by TripAdvisor Member jcpi

Very good hotel with a very professional staff. The strong points are: a perfect location (in the proximity of: piazza navona, the Pantheon and Spanish’s steps), a clean room (recently renovated), a superb bathroom, very quiet location. The breakfast was a little disappointing but not astonishing in Italy

If we go back to Rome, it will be in this hotel

A Little Gem!

by A TripAdvisor Member

We stayed here for 4 nights earlier in April. The hotel is in a fantastic location for doing all the usual sightseeing! On a little side street literally 2 mins walk from the Pantheon. The hotel is clean, and the staff reasonably friendly, although, to be fair there wasn't a lot of interaction apart from handing the room key in at the desk, and collecting it!

We had a superior room which wasn't huge in comparison with other places we've stayed in. There's a double bed, bedside lockers, wardrobe, and desk with flat screen LCD TV aswell. But let's be honest - you're not going to Rome to sample the hotel rooms! It also has a very good sized bathroom, with a great power shower (in the bath), WC, BD, and large well lit mirror.

We both found the mattress a bit on the hard side, but that's just down to personal opinion.

If you're looking for a good, clean, comfortable hotel in a truly excellent location this is definitely the place to stay.

Remember, this is a 2+/3 star hotel not a five star and in my opinion, you'll find it hard to get somewhere in this location at such a good price.

One note of warning though, the hotel is literally on the cobbled side street (as many of the hotels in Rome are). When you step out of the lobby/main entrance, there is no walkway/path to step onto, and you do get the odd scotter flying down although it is NOT a main road - the road is one way and can only take the width of a single car anyway.

Highly Recommended!

Fantastic hotel

by TripAdvisor Member pukito

We stayed in this hotel for a week in april. The location is just fantastic we walked everywhere no need for public transport. within minutes of pantheon piazza novona and the spanish steps also trevi fountain. Area is very safe at night

Hotel is spotlessly clean we had a delux double it was fantastic. breakfast very good for europe and plenty to choose from.
Hotel staff are extremely helpful especially Carlo that man is a saint.

Excellent ice-cream shop up the street and around the corner you will find the most beautiful pastry shop. Plenty of choice with restaurants and shopping.

Its just a great hotel.

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Hotels in Rome

by claire83

Hello every 1!
I am going to Rome in may ( with 3 other people)
Does some 1 know a nice hotel near the ''spanish stairs'' ..

Thank you,

Claire

Re: Hotels in Rome

by zuriga

La Residenza... a really, lovely small hotel with excellent service and a good breakfast included.

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by claire83

thank you very much, i gonna take a look at the website :-)

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by mariocibelli

I would consider another area. It is dead after the shops close. piazza Navona and Campo de' Fiori is much better and you get more for your Euro than around Piazza di Spagna. Also, better places to eat and things to do at night.

Re: Hotels in Rome

by lottemax

7 of us stayed at the Hotel Adriano not far from the Piazza Navona - in fact not far from anywhere. We walked everywhere and it didn't take us long to see the great sights. Lots of places to eat - great prices! Lots of little lanes filled with shops, bars, and cafes. Envy you - we have been back a week. Rome was brilliant and found the people very friendly! Enjoy!

Re: Re: Hotels in Rome

by claire83

Thank you very much!

Re: Hotels in Rome

by peewee2002

I am going to Rome at the end of the month and staying at the hotel king near the spanish steps, when I get back I will let you know what it was like

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 Hotel Adriano

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Address: Via Di Pallacorda 2, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy