This quaint yet cushy hotel, which occupies the upper floors of a centuries-old townhouse it shares with Casanova's old haunt, Antico Caffè Greco, wins a gold star for its sharp design and smart decor. Rooms and suites are stylishly outfitted with stripped walls, warm neutral tones, frescoed ceilings, and hardwood floors. This is a great place to rest your head after a hard day of shopping on Rome's Rodeo Drive.
Jan 29, 2007
I chose The Inn at the Spanish Steps for a very special occasion,my marriage proposal to my girlfriend Barbara,most of all for the location, right in front of the Spanish Steps, but I have to say The Inn met and surpassed all my expectations, we were given a free upgrade for the occasion by your front desk staff in The View which is the Penthouse overlooking the Spanish steps. What A view! I proposed right on the spanish steps and she said YES...
What a magical moment. Thank you Inn at the Spanish Steps, we will never forget you. Love Bill and Barby.
Jan 23, 2006
We just spent 4 nights here. The staff could not have been friendlier and more helpful. We emailed in advance and asked them to make dinner reservations as well as reservations for the Museo Borghese. Our room was large and pleasant with a balcony overlooking the Via Condotti with a side view to the Spanish Steps. A large bowl of fresh fruit was waiting for us when we arrived. The fruit was replenished every day at no charge. The kingsize bed
was comfortable and the room was clean and had all of the amenties of a nice hotel. The public areas were nicely decorated. The roof top lounge was a delight to relax in with a good glass of wine after a hard day of walking and sightseeing and before heading out for dinner. It was like having a private living room where you could just curl up with a good book and have someone wait on you with no pressure to buy or leave. An ample breakfast was served here every morning as well. It is a short easy 2 minute walk to the metro and about a 10 minute walk to Fountain of Trevi and another 10 minutes to the Pantheon and Piazza Navonna. Even if you are not into shopping at the exclusive stores on the Via Condotti, it is an exciting place because of the activity. The Cafe Greco that is adjacent to the hotel entrance is lovely. If you like staying in inns or bed and breakfasts, then you will like staying here. If you want to stay in a fancy hotel, then you should stay elsewhere but you won't get a better value for your money. We stayed at a 5 star hotel at the top of the Spanish Steps for our last night. It cost twice as much but was only marginally nicer and was not as friendly.
Dec 30, 2005
Absolutely disgraceful. 6 of us bumped out of our rooms for 1st night into sub standard hotel - not only no compensation but we were charged for the room we didn't get!!! booked rooms (11 adults in total) over 2 months ahead for special birthday weekend. Apparently this is common practice for this hotel. The yshowed us no respect. Excluding the reception & Management staff the other staff in the hotel were very pleasant.