Quirinale Hotel Rome

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Nazionale 7, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy

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  • fdrich29's Profile Photo

    Perfect for a Roman Holiday...


    Rome, and Hotel Quirinale, were our first taste of Italy. Upon arrival at 10:00 am our bags were locked away in a large room to the left of the front desk. When checking in we were told our rooms would not be ready until 2pm (or should I say 14?) even though our reservation clearly notified them that we would be arriving early. As we were jet lagged and exhausted we decided to settle into their impressive lounge area, with plenty of couches and chairs that were decorative as well as comfortable.

    It was finally time to go up to the room and take our naps. Our bags were brought up for us without any issue. The room itself was one large square with a queen sized bed, two large dressers surrounding a desk (one of which houses a safe) and then the bathroom off to the left. The two large windows opened to see a courtyard of sorts. Out of the window you could see the other three wings of the hotel with their floors. Looking up you could see nothing but the Roman sky.

    The breakfast was nothing short of amazing, from an American perspective. Bacon, scrambled eggs, fruit, yogurt, cereal, croisants, coffee (amazing coffee). It may not be how Italians typically eat breakfast, but it was a great way to start a day of site seeing.

    Stepping outside of the hotel, looking to the right you see the large water fountain near Termini. Looking to the left you see the "Wedding Cake" memorial. The street is busy with stores and all kinds of people. There's no shortage of restaurants in the area and cabs are very easy to flag down here. A block or so from the hotel sits a small fruit stand which caters to the opera crowd. This place was a Godsend as we were able to stock up on water and soda without paying the extra hotel prices.

    The front desk cashed American Travelers Checks for us without problem. They also contacted Viatours for us so we could be picked up at the hotel. When it was time to check out they spent a lot of time explaining to me how to get out of Rome. Everyone was extremely helpful and courteous.

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    Charming but SOOOOOOOOOO HOT!


    Charming & elegant hotel near in a central location. Our suite was beautiful, marble, antiques, huge bathroom ... The courtyard view was perfect and our buffet breakfast in the courtyard was a perfect way to start the day. We enjoyed the pastries, expresso, cereals & cold cuts.

    Unfortunately the airconditioning at the Quirinale nor Rome in general met our standards. It was soo hot in July and the a/c barely made a dent. We just weren't able to cool off!

    Unique Quality: Bell hop & hotel staff were just wonderful! They couldn't do enough & helped direct us to sites in Rome

    Directions: Between the Terminale, Spanish Steps & Capital. A block from the Republica Metro.

  • Mari6625's Profile Photo

    Nice Hotel


    I absolutely loved this hotel. It is very clean with a very elegant antique look. It is located on Via Nazionale, close to everything. My husband and I walked everywhere except the Vatican. Termini Station is right around the corner as well. This is a very centrally located hotel. The staff is very helpful, but a little slow at times. Didn't really bother us any though, as we were not in any rush. The best thing I liked about this hotel was that it was close to a lot of not so expensive restaurants and shops. I bought a pair of GREAT knock off sunglasses right in front of the hotel.

    Unique Quality: The staff is willing to help in anyway.

    Directions: On Via Nazionale

  • aardvarkadvice's Profile Photo

    Excellent Value for Money Hotel in Rome


    this charming 4 star hotel must have a been the best hotel in Rome about 100 years ago when it first opened it's doors... it still remains one of the best 4 star hotels in town however is a little tired looking in places... yes the floors do creak a little but the rooms are spacious, well maintained and you cannot beat the hotel for location as it is minutes walk from all of the main attractions in Rome including Pantheon, Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum.

    Unique Quality: the hotel has a very impressive lobby with chandeliers. in addition the courtyard where breakfast is served in the Summer months is a welcome tonic from the hustle and bustle outside. great shopping on the via nazionale which is right in front of the hotel.

    Directions: shopping via nazionale, sightseeing

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    Our stay at the Quirinale was more pleasant than we had expected or than any other reviews we had read on the internet! We had an executive suite, where we slept the 3 of us, the rooms was excellent, large, spacious, clean and bright with nice interiors, enough light, comfortable beds and bright white linnen. This must have been one of the refurbished rooms for the hotel Quirinale is quite an old hotel.
    Besides this room we had a make up room, spaciously enough for the 3 of us, to get ready and where we could put our cloths and all.
    The bathroom was very spacious, clean, gave a brand new feeling, had enough warm water and the towels together with the toiletries were changed daily.
    The breakfast was also good , a buffet breakfast cointaining warm food, the usual sausages, scrambled eggs and bacon, together with cereals, fruit, yoghurts and cakes.
    The service is pretty slow though.

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by TripAdvisor Member knocktophernights

My Daughter had her wedding reception at the Hotel Quirinale, in May of this year, I can say without any Hesitation, the staff were excellent.

On entering the Hotel on the day of the Wedding, all congratulatory, e-mails were handed to the Usher at Reception.

We were then shown to their beautiful Garden Restaurant, where everything was set up for the meal.
The food was excellent, the staff were attentive without being obtrusive, I could go into more detail but it would take to long to type.

I would like to add that my Daughters arrangements for her Wedding Reception were mainly done by e-mail !
Banquet staff @ Hotel Quirinale take a Bow !!!

Hot Budget Accommodation Tip

by icunme about Convents

A hot tip for Rome travellers - even Rick Steves recommends. Not many people know, but there are quite a few convents in Rome that make accommodations available to tourists.
These accommodations are run like a business - not a "convent."
Moreover, the nuns really don't care if you are Catholic or not - the curfews at many are now Midnight. They are the most inexpensive, and pristine facilities you will find anywhere in Rome or close to the Vatican.
The Italian government has made it easier for convents and monasteries to house travelers. Low-cost mortgages and home-improvement loans are available to religious institutions that offer lodging, said Massimo Serafini. Serafini is director of Italy's Center for Religious and Cultural Tourism, an agency that helps convents and monasteries throughout Italy to get into the tourist business.

Here is a list:

ROME Convents Historic Center:

Via Sistina 113 00187 Rome.
Tel. 06.474.5324; FAX: 06.4741.422.
Via Sistina, which runs from the top of the Spanish Steps to Piazza Barberini, has been the center of action in Rome since the 18th century and is still an elegant shopping street. The rates are: 70 Euro for a single room without bath; 35 Euro per person for a double room. Only breakfast is included and no other meals are served. Le Suore di Lourdes is a great find. Curfew is at 10:30 PM.

Piazza Farnese 96 00186 Rome.
Tel. 06.6889.2596; Fax: 06.6821.9126; E-mail: brigida@mclink.it; Web: www.brigidine.org
Piazza Farnese is near the Campo dè Fiori and within walking distance from Castel Sant'Angelo and St. Peter's Basilica. The rates are 110 Euro for a single room; 190 Euro for a double room. Breakfast is included. All the rooms are with attached baths, AC/heater and there is no curfew. On the day of arrival, all guests should check in before 10:00 PM.
Website: http://www.brigidine.org/Brigidine/227/229/Piazza+Farnese.html

Via del Monte Brianza 62
00186 Rome.
Tel. 06.6880.2727; Fax: 06.683.2691; E-mail fraternadomus@alice.it
It is centrally located between the Tiber and Piazza Navona. Recommended by the Vatican Tourist Information Bureau. The rates are: 48 Euro per person for room with breakfast and 78 Euro for a double room. All rooms have private baths. Other meals are available on request. Curfew is at 11:00 PM.

Via Giusti, 5 00185 Rome.
Tel. 06.7045.3462; Fax: 06.7045.3513; E-mail: s.annagiusti@tiscali.it
It is located midway between San Giovanni in Laterano and Santa Maria Maggiore.
The rates are: 50 Euro for a single room; 90 Euro for a double room; 120 Euro for a room with three beds. Breakfast is included. A lunch bag is offered for 6 Euro per person. Dinner is offered for 15 Euro per person. All rooms have a private bathroom, TV and AC. Remains open 24 hours, no curfew.

Via Merulana 174 00185 Rome.
Tel. 06.7049.2421; Fax: 06.7707.7707.
The rate is 40 Euro per person for bed and breakfast. Curfew at 11:00 PM.

VILLA ROSA, Dominican Sisters
Via Terme Deciane 5
00153 Rome
Tel. 06.5717.091; Fax: 06.5745.275; E-mail: villarosa2000@libero.it
Located between the Piramide and Circo Massimo and easily reached either by bus or subway. English spoken. The rates for bed and breakfast are 50 Euro for a single room; 90 Euro for a double room and 105 Euro for a room with three beds. No other meals are served. Closed for the month of August and for Christmas and the New Year.
There is no curfew.

Piazza Madonna dei Monti, 3
00184 Rome
Tel. 06.485.778; Fax: 06.487.1064; E-mail: santasofia@tiscalinet.it
Located near the Colosseum. The rates are: 42 Euro for a single room; 67 Euro for a double room and 100.50 Euro for a room with three beds. The prices include breakfast; other meals are available on request. Curfew is at 12:00 AM.

Via dei Vascellari 61
00153 Roma
Tel and fax: 06.5812.125
Visit their website for more information at www.sfromana.it

Via S. Agata dei Goti,10 00184 Rome.
Tel. 06.679.2346; Fax: 06.6994.1106; E-mail: irodopre@tin.it
Located near the Quirinale Palace and Piazza Venezia. The rates are 50 Euro for a single room with bath; 40 Euro without bath; and 86 Euro for a double room; and 117 Euro for a room with three beds. Breakfast is included in a cafeteria-style dining hall - no other meals. You may hand-wash laundry and hang it to dry on the rooftop terrace. They also have a single Handicapable room with access! Curfew is at 11:00 PM

ROME: Convents Near the Vatican

Suore Francescane dell'Addolorata
Borgo S. Spirito 41
00193 Rome
Tel: 06.686.1076; Fax: 06.686.5664; E-mail: ssmsanpietro@libero.it
The rates are: 40 Euro for a room with two beds, 35 Euro for a room with 3 or 4
beds, children up to 12 years of age pay 12 Euro; students or young adults up to
25 years of age pay 25 Euro. There are no single rooms. Prices are per person;
only breakfast is served; curfew is at 11:00 PM during the summer and at 10:00
PM during the winter.

Via Paolo VI, No. 21
00120 Città del Vaticano
Tel: 06.6989.3511; Fax: 06.6989.3540; E-mail: imbspietro@mariabambina.va The
rates are: 52 Euro for a single room; 46 Euro for a double room; 43 Euro for a
room with three beds. The prices are per person. Breakfast is included. Other
meals are available on request.

Viale Vaticano 92
00165 Roma
Tel: 06.3909.1411; Fax: 06.3909.1427; E-mail: casapaolosesto@pssf.it
The rates are: 32 Euro for a single room; 55 Euro for a double room; 73 Euro for
a room with three beds; 85 Euro for a room with four beds. No breakfast or other
meals are served. Curfew is at 12:00 AM.

Via Ezio 28
00192 Roma
Tel: 06.321.6686; Fax: 06.323.0261, located near the LEPANTO subway stop.
The rates are : 40 Euro for a single room; 75 Euro for a double room. 93 Euro
for a room with three beds. The prices are per person, breakfast is included.
Other meals are available on request. Curfew is at 11:00 PM.

Via S. Francesco di Sales 18
00165 Rome
Telephone: 06.6880.6032; Fax: 06.689.3848; Email: villalante@libero.it
The rates are: 35 Euro for a single room; 64 Euro for a double room. The prices
are per person, breakfast is included. Other meals are available on request.
Bathrooms are along the corridor. Curfew is at 11:00 PM.

MAESTRE PIE FILIPPINE, Casa Auxilium Christianorum
Via Giuseppe Missori 19
00165 Rome
Tel: 06.635.201; Fax: 06.636.347; Website: www.mpfmissori.it E-mail:
The rates are: 45 Euro for a single room; 74 Euro for a double room; and 105
Euro for a room with three beds. Prices include breakfast, no other meals are
served. Curfew is at 11:00 PM.

Viale delle Mure Aurelie, 7B
00165 Rome
Tel: 06.393.6351; Fax: 06.3936.6943; E-maiI:
info@procuramissionariepallottine.it The rates are (per night, per room,
including breakfast): 62 Euro for a single room with bath, 57 Euro for a single
with private bath outside room, 47 Euro for a single with common shower; 94 Euro
for a double room with bath, 89 Euro for a double with private bath outside
room, 69 Euro for a double with common shower. Curfew is at 12:00 AM during
summer months and 11:00 PM during winter months.

CASA MATER ECCLESIAE Salita Monte del Gallo 25-27
00165 Rome
Tel: 06.637.46.53, Fax:, Website: www.teatinas.com
Email: sr.teatine@gmail.com
The rates are: 47 Euro for a single room; 75 Euro for a double room; and 105
Euro for a room with three beds, 127 Euro for a quadruple room. Prices include
breakfast. No other meals are served.
Curfew is at 11:00 PM and the house opens at 6:30 AM.

Piazza S. Maria alle Fornaci 27
00165 Rome
Telephone: 06.3936.7632; Fax: 06.3936.6795; E-mail: cffornaci@tin.it
The rates are: 70 Euro for a single room; 95 Euro for a double room; 70 Euro for
a double room with single occupancy; and 130 Euro for a room with three beds.
The prices are per person, breakfast is included. No other meals are served.

San Francesco convent
San Francesco convent, Via Niccolo V 35
Roma 00165
Tel. +39.0639367632 - Fax +39.0639366795
Run by a Franciscan order headquartered in Syracuse, N.Y., it offers 16 single and double rooms with shared baths. A rooftop terrace with garden tables and chairs looks over the Vatican walls onto the dome of St. Peter's
There is no curfew.

Via Leone XIII 459
00165 Rome
Tel: 06.6601.7458; Fax: 06.6604.9467; E-mail: info@villaaurelia.net
The rates are per person including breakfast: 68 Euro for a single room and 104
Euro for a double room. Other meals are available on request.

Via del Gianicolo,4A,
00165 Rome
Tel. 06.6880.3349; Fax: 06.6880.3311; E-mail: casafatima@libero.it
Halfway up the Janiculum Hill (Gianicolo) from colorful Trastevere, in a quiet
spot with a pretty garden across the street from the medieval church of
Sant'Onofrio and near the North American College where many Americans study for
priesthood. Full board is 77 Euro per person and half is 67 Euro. An overnight
stay including breakfast is 50 Euro per day. Single rooms are 8 Euro more. All
rooms have private baths. Curfew is at 11:00 PM. English and French are spoken.
They are recommended by the Vatican Tourist Information Bureau. These accommodations are not for the lovers of the night life as most have curfews ranging up to Midnight (1 listed here has no curfew) - they are perfectly suited for the tourist traveller, student, budget-minded folks - far exceed in value what is offered in hostels, B&B's, or inexpensive hotels.

Solid comfort in Rome

by A TripAdvisor Member

We stayed 5 nights at the Quirinale in May 2005, in a Superior room. Luckily we had a terrace on the top floor overlookign the garden (I have no idea if all the Superior rooms have terraces) but it certainly made the trip.

All hotels in Rome are expensive, and this one is no exception, certainly above average.

You have to get used to the surly staff and sometimes unreliably replenished breakfast spread but if you can get a room like we had (540) then it's well worth it for the terrace alone.

Fantastic Hotel

by A TripAdvisor Member

I have just had my wedding reception in the Quirinale and I can say that it was perfect. Elena the events co-ordinator was fantastic, helping to organise everthing from the Reception to the Transport,Hairdresser and Band. The meal was beautiful and the service was excellent. Thank you to the staff for a fantastic day!

I did all the booking by email and it was perfect!

Grand hotel

by TripAdvisor Member RHE

We've just spent three nights at this hotel, which was booked for us by our local office, and warmly recommend it. Conveniently located at the top of Via Nazionale, near the Termoni railway station, it is comfortable, even rather grand, with a private entrance to the adjoining opera house. Tastefully decorated rooms, good buffet breakfast. Ask for a room overlooking the attractive garden.



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Has anyone ever been at the Hotel Quirinale?


by abarbieri

Hotel Quirinale use to be a great four star Hotel in Rome, located on Via Nazionale that goes from Piazza della Repubblica(close to Termini Station) to Piazza Venezia(one of the major square in Rome, only 10 minutes walk from the Colosseum).
In the past it was possible to access the Opera House directly from the Hotel Quirinale, but now the passage is not in use any more and the Hotel itself is quite tired dispete the nice pictures on its web site.I saw a standard double room 2 years ago and I was not impressed at all but they might have some rooms that have been refurbished.I would not pay more then 150 euro per night in anycase.Check with them or let me know exact dates and budget and I will be happy to advice.Ciao!! Antonio



I think we have a good deal... we are paying 180 Euros per night for a triple room... what do you think about this price? I was told it is a good deal.. ie.. around 60 euros each ..
I love luxourious hotels.. but to be honest.. I'm mostly looking for comfort and cleanliness this time.. its only 3 nights and definetely won't be spending so much time in the hotel.. although a hotel as I always say can make or break your holiday..
thanks for your reply and would like to know your view about the price that we are paying..


by dionissis


Hotel Quirinale is a very good hotel and you have a reasonable price.I will be in Rome from 12-15 of February,if you find any club that sounds good pls e-mail me.Hope no hard feelings from you because I had a dilema between Malta and Rome and I chose Rome. :)
Malta in the near future

Bye from Greece


by grimbolero

We stayed in the Quirinale last February, and really enjoyed it. The double rooms were not spacious, but good, and the decor of the whole place is Edwardian (in English terms, though this is Italy). The lounges and the bar and the attitude of the staff gave the place the feel of the early 1900's.

We especially liked the fact that the check-in staff had a letter waiting for us on arrival (with rugby tickets) - "A letter for you, Mr Boler", made me feel like James Bond.



Thanks for all of your replies.. hope my stay will be a pleasant one ;)


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Address: Via Nazionale 7, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy