Rome Hotels





At a Glance


  • spacious
  • comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi
  • some pets are allowed
  • good service


  • rooms can be noisy for light sleepers
  • not very close to the city's main attractions

Britannia Review

Originally built as a residence by Prince Philip Don Orsini in 1876, the Britannia is an enticing option for travelers looking for comfort and for style and comfort—as for the latter, this elegant Art Nouveau building between the Quirinale and Viminale, makes you feel as if you're in a private home furnished with luxury fabrics, original artwork, and handsome marble bathrooms. The attention to detail is evident in every corner, from the frescoed halls to the breakfast room. Downstairs, public rooms have somewhat crass allusions to Empire 19th-century style, with plaid printed walls and dark leather couches and chairs. The attentive staff provides amenities such as English-language dailies and local weather reports delivered to your room each morning.

    Hotel Details

  • 33 rooms, 1 suite.
  • Rate includes breakfast.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 03-19-2014

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