Via dei Greci, 23/B, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
This was our first trip to Rome so I can only compare with my expectations.
Hotel Mozart is a small & comfy hotel, with surprising number of rooms for its size. Rooms were well furnished, a bit on the small size, but this was to be expected. Bathroom facitilies were new and kept clean. The breakfast buffet offered good choice, and the staff gave excellent tips for dinner nearby. The walls were a little too thin and we can hear the neighbours or people passing our room but it wasn't disruptive.
Unique Quality: A welcome drink with delicious traditional bickies.
Directions: half way between Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Poppolo.
Great Location near Spanish Steps
Our group had 3 rooms at The Vivaldi Luxury Suites(Hotel Mozart) for 4 nights. Our initial impression was "Wow, nice rooms, clean and modern!" 2 of us had Double Prestige rooms which were large and included a couch. The Double Elegance was as nice, minus the sitting area. We came to appreciate the size of the bathrooms, the most. Very large by European standards.....and had jetted tubs, multiple shower heads, bidets, and towel warmers. Beds were very comfortable. The service was accommodating and pleasant. There was no outside noise. We felt safe and secure. Breakfast was plentiful and served in our rooms. Truly...a very nice, small, stylish hotel near The Spanish Steps. Perfect location for touring Rome.
Unique Quality: Location, location, location! Central, yet quiet. Large, clean modern rooms and baths.
Directions: Spanish Steps
Spanish Steps Area Hotel
This was a very comfortable hotel about 5 blocks from the Spagna stop of the metro. That is right by the Spanish Steps.
Unique Quality: This hotel had a very nice breakfast and we enjoyed the rooftop bar in the evening.
Directions: Spanish Steps area
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We loved the Hotel Mozart!!
We stayed at the Hotel Mozart for 5 nights and splurged and stayed in room 506. This room has a big terrace off of the bedroom facing via del corso and also has a smaller balcony off of the bathroom. This was soooooo fantastic. We also had a jacuzzi which was so refreshing. Our room was quite big and we too had the pleasure of the plasma tv. The staff was outstanding and I also appreciated the fact that they had free internet for the guests. This was a definite plus. The location was perfect and we were able to walk to parts of the entire city (including the Vatican, the Colloseum, the Borghese Museum, etc) from this hotel. I highly recommend this to anyone and everyone.
Excellent, stylish hotel
My partner stayed at the Residenza Vivaldi part of Hotel Mozart last weekend (21st-24th May) and we were both very impressed with the accomodation, service and facilities. Residenza Vivaldi is just round the corner from the main hotel and is just like having your own apartment in Rome (on Via del Corso so great, central location). We paid €225 a night which wasn't cheap but then hotels in Rome aren't if you want a decent location. The room was very stylish and appeared brand new. Lovely wooden floors, massive bed with linen sheets and lots of pillows, bathrobes, giant plasma screen TV, breakfast brought to us in the room at 15 minutes notice and the highlight, a jacuzzi shower/bath - a perfect end to a day walking round Romes many attractions. We also made use of the excellent roof-top bar at Hotel Mozart - a great place to have the first drink (or few) of the evening! We would highly recommend Resisenza Vivaldi to anyone looking for a stylish but private place to stay, just streets from the Spanish Steps and countless bars, restuarants and shops.
Residenza Vivaldi - Quiet, elegant, clean, SMOKE-FREE
After researching the Web and Trip Advisor extensively, we chose Hotel Mozart on our first trip to Rome. I could not have been more pleased by our choice. Residenza Vivaldi's clean, comfortable, spacious (a surprise) and SMOKE-FREE room was just what we needed after our 20-hour journey from LA. A firm king sized bed, jetted tub and welcoming cocktail too! Not just a smoke-free room either. Since this building is around the corner from the hotel lobby building, the whole floor (and building?) was. Nice to come back from touring and not have to walk through a smoky lobby and/or halls. Our room opened onto a dreary courtyard but was quiet enough at night so we could sleep with the window open. An added bonus was awakening one morning to an opera singer in the near distance practicing her craft. We found out later that the Hotel is located only a short distance from the local music school. The flat panel TV was a nice novelty that saved space. The bathroom was well equiped with a large sink, enough counter space to hold essentials and a tub/shower combination that was big enough for my 6-4 frame. Room service breakfast was every bit as good as any other we had in Italy. Unlimited internet computer right outside our room in the floor's entry area. Enough lighting in the room to be able to read in bed. Safe in the room, small fridge, blackout curtains, 2 chairs and a small table. Many (a single woman especially) I think would appreciate the security features. A locked entry door from the street at night, a key code to open the door on your floor, and standard card key room access. Rooftop bar was very pleasant for an early evening drink with a view of the surrounding rooftops. Location is between Piazza del Popolo and Spanish Steps in a nice shopping area. We used their pickup service from the airport and were pleased.
Having spent the previous 4 nights in a rather depressing 4 star hotel (Hotel White) near the Trevi Fountain, I was delighted to discover the Mozart. My room was a good size, full of natural light with a view over a quiet pedestrian street. The split level terrace is quite delightful and even in June was never crowded, ditto the huge lounge complete with a great selection of newspapers and free internet access. The location is excellent, a short walk from thew metro, the Spanish Steps and the Villa Borghese. The breakfast was fine and the staff very helpful, I would definitely stay there again.
poor rooms, unfriend staff
I am surprised at all these great reviews. The hotel was very average, rather poor for the value. We had two rooms for our family, one superior, one standard. Rather expensive for what they were, which was just very basic, exceptionally dark rooms. When we asked for a restaurant nearby, they sent us to the worst Italian restaurant I had ever been to in all my visits to Italy. The staff was unfriendly and unhappy. During our 10 day visit to Italy, this hotel was by far the worst. I can't imagine wasting money on this hotel.
Perfect location, charming hotel
We were delighted with this hotel on a visit to Rome the first weekend May 2004. This was our first visit to Rome and the hotel choice was a bit of a gamble because we selected it based on this website and other websites. We were so pleased when we arrived at the location which is in the heart of the shopping area, several blocks from the Spanish steps, 1.5 miles from the Colosseum, and probably 1 mile from Vatican city. We stayed in a Superior double room which we got for the same rate as a standard double because we booked over a month in advance. The staff was very friendly. We took advantage of the two level room deck bar which we thoroughly enjoyed! The breakfast was adequate with pastries, cheese, yoghurt, meat, bread, and fruit and the staff at breakfast were efficient. There is free internet access which was useful. When you arrive, the hotel gives you complimentary drinks coupons. What a nice way to start your Holiday! We will stay here again.
Everything we'd hoped for
My husband and I were married on 3rd May at All Saints church around the corner from the Mozart. The staff were fantastic from the booking through to our departure, accommodation excellent (but we heard from friends staying on the Via del Corso side that it was noisy there), and facilities superb - the roof top bar was a winner!
I would highly recommend this hotel.
Hotel Mozart in Rome
Anybody stayed at the Hotel Mozart in Rome ( specifically in the vivaldi rooms)?
We've booked it for 6 nights this Summer
Artie Fufkin, polymer records
RE: Hotel Mozart in Rome
I have had friends and clients stay at the Hotel (of course on the Company's tab) and they were all very happy. Good area by the Spanish Steps, a quick walk to the Trevi, and your close the Borghesi. Don't know about the specific room.
RE: Hotel Mozart in Rome
I wrote a review on the hotel based on my 2 stays:
RE: RE: Hotel Mozart in Rome
PS: we'll be staying at the Hilton FCO before our flight back too.
Artie Fufkin, Polymer Records
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Address: Via dei Greci, 23/B, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy