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Only the room, and the lady day person
The hotel is in a building that you enter into a dark empty entrance hall little scary. We walked up about 2 flights of stairs and found a door slightly ajar on the door was a small plate that said Villa Borghese resort. The othe problem was when the night clerk. He said he needed us to have the money for the room that night. It was the end of the month and they needed it for bills & it needed to be cash. We told him no we would pay by credit card. He said no credit card it had to be cash. Later I was in the hall by the desk which was about 3 ft from our door. He was telling two girls they need to pay cash.Then later I heard him tell a couple they needed to pay cash. It is stated they take credit cards in their listing.
The room was very clean, the day manager was nice.
Carpet is seriously worn. Night manager said I could not have beer/wine in my room. They couldn't get me the correct password for the internet. The night manager was displeased when I came in at 3am. No english language tv. breakfast not good. Picture on site nothing like room I got.
The room was nice and the staff even better.
The absolute worse thing about the hotel was the lack of cool air. The AC didnt blow cold air at all and would turn itself off after an hour and never turn back on so we sweat most nights. The building the hotel was in was also very noisy. Children were screaming out the window well past 11pm.
the staff in the hotel was lovely and the hotel room was also very nice. it didn't really feel like a hotel - the hotel is basically one corridor in an appartment building. it is about 15 minutes walk from the Spanish steps and probably about the same from Termini station. Very quiet and very close to the Borghese parks which is lovely.
the breakfast was a bit sparse. we got served a cup of coffee and a pre-packed croissant in our room and that was it.
The room and bathroom were clean and had all the necessary comforts.
The breakfast (which we pay for) was not good. It says "continental breakfast" in the description and we get a vacuum packed sugar croissant, coffee and a juice delivered in the room. There is no breakfast room. The staff did not speak anything but Italian, which made things more complicated.
With a stay at Villa Borghese Guest House in Rome (Quartiere III Pinciano), you'll be a 1-minute drive from Villa Borghese and 7 minutes from Spanish Steps. A roundtrip airport shuttle is provided for a surcharge (available 24 hours), and self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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Most popular landmarks
- Galleria Borghese 365 m
- Villa Borghese 1 km
- Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti 1.4 km
- Fontana di Trevi 1.8 km
- Pantheon 2.3 km
- Altare della Patria 2.4 km