Trinita Dei Monti

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Sistina 91, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy

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Trinita Dei Monti
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 33% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Couples21
  • Solo66
  • Business9
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    Location, Location! Shopping, Shopping!


    The Trinita' dei Monti may not be as ritzy as the nearby Hassler, but you won't pay those prices either. And you'll be just a few steps from the top of the Spanish Steps - truly a lovely way to start out any day as you make your way into the city.

    If you're "born to shop" this hotel is convenient. Lots of boutiques on Via Sistina, and of course, many more awaiting you at the bottom of the Spanish Steps. Easy to drop off your bags at the hotel (assuming you're not averse to a few stairs) and then go back for more.

    The rooms are in general larger than the usual Rome hotel room. Several of the bathroom tub/shower installations are funky (one required almost acrobatic efforts to stand for the shower.)

    The breakfast room is pretty; freshly made cappuccino, espresso or caffe latte; dry cereals, panini (those delicious fresh bread rolls that are almost hollow inside) and cornetti (the Italian equivalent of croissants) but no hot items. No lobby to speak of. Reception is on the floor above the ground floor.

    The front desk people are a bit dour.

    Ask for a quiet room, i.e., NOT on the street. Late at night, motorcycles and cars race up the street and the noise, even through double-glazed windows, will wake you. Or bring earplugs.

    Unique Quality: Be sure to check all possible booking websites, as they prices vary widely. The hotel is ok, but you're paying for being in the Spanish Steps area.

    Directions: Just a few hundred feet from the top of the Spanish Steps and Piazza Trinita' dei Monti.

More about Trinita Dei Monti

The view in front of Church Trinita dei Monti.

by chiara76

Trinita dei Monti, it is the church near the Spanish Steps and from the terrace in front of this church you can see really nice view of Rome.
Look yourself!

Trinita dei Monti

by sandysmith

Built between 1720-1726, these magnificent steps combine straight lines, curves and terraces creating one of Rome's most distinctive and popular landmarks.
The steps lead up to the church of Trinita dei Monti with its twin bell towers.This french church was founded in 1495.

Spanish Steps

by Sharrie

Pictured is the SPANISH STEPS (SCALINATA DI TRINITA DEI MONTI) built by Francesco De Sanctis (1723-1726).

The 12 flights of steps branch off into various locks as they move upward towards the Piazza Trinita dei Monti. At the center is the Sallustian Obelisk & the Church of Trinita dei Monti (1503).

visit Spanish Steps and...

by Roeffie

visit Spanish Steps and Trinita dei Monti.

The Trinita dei Monti church was established by the French in 1495. In the 17th century the French owners of the Trinita dei Monti church decided to connect the church with the Piazza di Spagna. That was the sign to build the Spanish Steps. Often the Spanish Steps are filled with beautiful flowers.


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The Church Trinita dei Monti.The Church Trinita dei Monti.

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Forum Posts

Nice place to see the sunset in Rome

by bmccruz

Hello, anyone knows a nice place to see the sunset in Rome?


RE: Nice place to see the sunset in Rome

by Lacristina


One lovely place with a great view is the Pincio Hill, overlooking Piazza del Popolo and so much more!

Here's how to get there. Go to the top of the Spanish Steps. Facing the church, Trinita' dei Monti, with the steps to your back, turn left and walk less than 1/2 kilometer til you see the ramp on the right going up to the park (the Villa Borghese.) It will take you right up to the overlook.


RE: RE: Nice place to see the sunset in Rome

by siso010

I saw it in Collesium and it was very cool.!

RE: RE: Nice place to see the sunset in Rome

by baronedivandastad

Go to Ostia and watch the sun set at the seaside.

Train from the Lido station right next to the Piramide metro station. Takes about half an hour!


RE: Nice place to see the sunset in Rome

by Manara

I recommend to follow Lacristina's suggestion.


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Address: Via Sistina 91, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy