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Spanish Steps

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designer shops • dei monti • via condotti • walk up

Piazza Di Spagna
Rome 00187, IT
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  • Photo of Adria Link
    2 years ago
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  • Photo of Yahoo!
    3 years ago
    Walk around the historic center of Rome, and see the sights. Start with the Spanish Steps, go down Via Condotti, throw some change into the Trevi Fountain, and hit the Pantheon. Then take a load off at one of the bars that line Piazza Navona.
  • Photo of Abdulrahaman A
    6 months ago
    The Inn at the Spanish steps certainly has a great location making your trip to Rome easy as all major attractions are within walking distance. However , its price is way higher than what it offers given its narrow entrance and small 2 person elevator. While the superior Room is of good size , the bathrooms certainly needs upgrade and look into its cleanness. Aside from that , the staff are warm welcoming and very helpful to make your stay easy. The bed & pillows are comfortable and the housekeeping is excellent. In the plus side , the free wifi is good and breakfast at the Terrace is lovely
  • Photo of Wayne C
    6 months ago
    Pros Classical design. The rooms were well appointed and clean. Staff were friendly, helpful and polite. This hotel is all about its location. The wife loved the fact that if she fell out of the entrance she landed in the Gucci shop! The roof top terrace is an island of peace, glorious in the sunshine. Cons Not many to be honest. It's quite a compact hotel, blink and you will miss the entrance. We only stayed a couple of days. The rooms are a touch too small, I like big airy rooms with views. I would definitely stay again, simply can't be beaten for its location.
  • Photo of Riisto
    6 months ago
    This nice SLH hotel is located very near of Spanish Steps and there you can easily reach all important places in Rome. The service was excellent. We got up grated room with french balcony, thanks with our long lasted Club membership in SLH. The room was street size on 4th floor and you could see the Steps from your balcony. There was good breakfast which was served on the top of the hotel out or in as you wished. The only negative thing what I have to say was that there are lot of steps when the lift is not working from the ground floor up to 4th floor. It goes from 1st to 3rd.
  • Photo of Kate S
    6 months ago
    I loved my 2 nights at this hotel. The location is perfect it is literally 30 second walk to the Spanish steps. We had a Junior suite which was very large for a European hotel room, it had a king bed and a couch, definitely an anomaly in Europe. We could see the Spanish steps from our window, admittedly you had to hang out the window but minor detail really! The thing that I really loved about this hotel and I know it is probably really small but it had a kettle in the room. I like to have a cup of tea in the mornings or when I come home from a day of sightseeing and not many European hotels have kettles so you can imagine I was pretty happy. The hotel has a lovely little terrace you can have breakfast and drinks in the afternoon/evening. The breakfast was good with loads of options. Not a full buffet but enough variety to give you a good start to the day. The staff could not do enough for you, they were amazing.The hotel has a list of recommended some restaurants that were lovely, in addition they were also and more than happy to make reservations for us at places we had been recommended. I would definitely stay here again.
  • Photo of Kenny A
    6 months ago
    We had a wonderful stay at The Inn & View of The Spanish Steps. Please thank your staff for the very warm welcome we had each day during breakfast. We will definitely stay at The Inn when we return to Rome again. The entire staff was outstanding, made us feel welcome and exceeded our expectation in service and kindness. Please keep up the great work. K & C from Texas
  • Photo of Adrian G
    6 months ago
    My wife and I wanted to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary and having a great place to rest and wake up, at a great location and with plenty of ambience was important and TripAdvisor didn't let us down! It's a quaint place and the staff was fantastic from the front desk to bellmen! Very helpful and always ready with a correct answer! We felt welcomed and appreciated!
  • Photo of Garycrx
    6 months ago
    The Inn at the Spanish Steps is nestled between Cartier and Prada. It’s an upscale neighborhood with plenty of great window shopping for sure. I was there a few days before Christmas and Prada was serving Champagne to customers waiting for admission. The hotel staff was wonderful and always helpful. The complimentary breakfast was outstanding and the room was well appointed. Another winner picked with the help of Trip Advisor. Thanks all.
  • Photo of JamesTX68
    6 months ago
    Considering all of the amazing reviews, and this hotel's status as a Small Luxury Hotel, we found the Inn a general disappointment. The room was rather spacious, but overcrowded with furniture (you run into the mounted LCD tv with your shoulder as you pass in front of the bed). The room had a very odd mix of contemporary and traditional elements, and the decor was just not what one would expect in such a highly rated hotel. Worst part of the stay was the arrival -- the hotel has a tiny door on the Via. You walk with your bags down a long, narrow corridor to a small flight of stairs, with a locked door at the top. We had to bring our bags all the way down the hall, drag them up the stairs (about 5) and knock on the door while trying not to fall back down the steps with the weight of our bags. When the door was unlocked, we had to bring our bags through the narrow door, without falling back as we pulled each bag into the "lobby," which is no more than a tiny vestibule. It took a number of minutes for anyone resembling a bell man to approach us. The reception area is another small flight down into a dinky little room filled with cluttered desks. The staff was nice, but the atmosphere was more like a cheap but practical hotel elsewhere in Rome rather than a "luxury" hotel. The halls are narrow. The stairs are unimpressive. The one elevator is tiny. There is no restaurant. No bar. Only some little salon in the hallway, disconnected from the hotel. No room service. Only a buffet breakfast in the morning on the top floor. The best rooms in the hotel face the Via, which is of course one of the top streets in all of Rome. OUr problem was that the morning noise, beginning 6 am or so, was unbearable. Trash trucks, other trucks, beeping from trucks reversing, street sweepers, car alarms. It really could not have been worse. So, unless you are willing to accept the fact that you will not be sleeping much past 6:30 am or 7 am, if you are deep sleeper, then you are limited to the ordinary rooms in the hotel, which I presume have no view, as the rooms are situated between two adjoining stores. There are no rooms with a view of the Spanish Steps, unless you step out on the window ledge and crane your head 90 degrees to the left. So, the name is deceptive compared to the Hassler or other nice hotels actually on the Spanish Steps. This is not so much the Inn at the Spanish Steps as the Inn One Half Block from the Piazza di Spagna. This is possibly the most overrated hotel I have ever encountered. I have heard it extolled for nearly two decades and was thrilled In other words, if this were a 150 EU per night hotel, then no one would ever complain or be concerned about the lack of facilities, the lack of service, the lack of a restaurant or bar. But Small Luxury Hotels are exquisite throughout the world. The only reason this hotel can claim anything other than mediocrity is its location, which is decent. But NOT quite as advertised. Again, if it were much cheaper and more humbly advertised as an upscale but generally mid-range budget hotel, no one would complain. I certainly would not. I have stayed at many similar hotels in Rome, and they are fine -- but only when paying 150 EU or less per night. I do not recommend for the luxury traveler. Very little that is "luxury" about it. Stay at the Russie, the Hassler or somewhere far better in the same area should you want a more valuable experience. this Inn is overpriced and overrated.
  • Photo of DW11LOw
    6 months ago
    We came to Rome for a short break and chose the inn at the Spanish steps as our place to stay. Upon arrival we were advised we had been upgraded (always nice news) to an executive room! This room was wonderfully appointed with all mod cons and a bed to die for after a long day of seeing the wonderful sights of Rome. There was a private butler breakfast (for the 6 executive rooms, that served anything we wanted and they remember preferences which is always a great touch. The concierge were fantastic and so knowledgeable which added to an overall fantastic experience! This is the only place to stay from now on; unique, special and amazing!
  • Photo of lrylan1
    6 months ago
    This place was great! It is advertised as a small luxury hotel and that's exactly what it was. We were lucky enough to get upgraded on check in for free to the annex 4 room building next door that they call the View at the Spanish steps--and what a view. Our window was directly over the steps with outstanding views day or night. Breakfast each morning was just outside our room shared with only the other 4rooms in this annex area. Everything was amazing and can't say enough about the property and its staff. Only down side is that the noise from the steps at night can get a bit loud but that's the price you pay for being directly in the center of everything. Maybe in middle of summer a courtyard view regular room might be indicated if that bugs you. Besides that, this place is basically flawless and central easy walking to most everything. I'll stay here if back for sure!
  • Photo of DevonDumpling1928
    7 months ago
    This hotel is a must to stay at when visiting Rome. Our 4 night stay was a most pleasurable experience. We were upgraded on arrival to a penthouse room in the hotel annex called "the view" which afforded us a stunning view over the Spanish Steps. The room was very clean, spacious and well appointed, the staff were all extremely helpful and friendly. All in all I would have no hesitation in recommending this hotel to visitors to Rome and would definitely return if visiting Rome in the future.
  • Photo of Dan D
    7 months ago
    My wife and I stayed at the Inn at the Spanish Steps this past week. This hotel is spread across 5 buildings near the Spanish Steps and on Via Condotti one of the high end shopping streets in Rome. On arrival we were upgraded to one of the suites. Our building had a rooftop terrace where breakfast was served. There was a daily 'happy hour" with pasta, sandwiches and pastries. Staff was genuinely helpful and friendly. They provided excellent restaurant recommendations and were able to arrange a ride to the airport despite a taxi strike. Earlier in the week we stayed in an adequate hotel near the Pantheon but much preferred the Inn at the Spanish Steps for location, room size, food offerings, and especially the quality and friendliness of staff. Will stay here again!
  • Photo of Sorha
    7 months ago
    We had a wonderful experience at this hotel for our 3 night stay in Rome. It was the perfect place to step in to after 20 hours of travel. Our room was part of the complex around the corner from the main area. The room was a large suite, the bed extremely comfortable, and quiet at night. There was a breakfast buffet in the AM, and someone willing to bring you coffee to your room or cook you a custom-order omelette. Also, always fresh fruit in the room. There is also a roof terrace with a great view of the city. The location is fantastic. Rome is a walkable city in general, but it was great to be central to so many of the classic sites. The people of the hotel are also extremely professional and warm, and made us feel welcome and well taken care of from the first second. I highly recommend this hotel.
  • Photo of Ahmed S
    7 months ago
    As I am citizen of the world I highly recommend the hotel staff very professional speaks English well ,very friendly rooms are clean ,metro station access 2 mints walking near by hotel all shopping area streets Spanish steps 1 mint from hotel breakfast was very good only need to add normal some foods without pork highly recommend wifi is good as well
  • Photo of JNLLZ
    7 months ago
    My wife and I just completed a 5 night stay. We were very happy with our selection of this boutique hotel. It is in a great upscale area of Rome with excellent shopping and plenty of nice restaurants! The room was very comfortable with all the appointments you would expect and the included breakfast on the roof top terrace was great. What I really appreciated was the excellent customer service! All the staff was very friendly and went above and beyond to please. The Inn is located right next to the Spanish Steps and the bustling Piazza di Spagna. Taxis are close by along with the metro. It was very easy to see the additional sites from this location. Go and enjoy!!
  • Photo of SarahElBorsaly
    7 months ago
    My mother and I had a wonderful stay at this hotel! The location was perfect as was the great service. The highlight of our stay was Ava from the terrace restaurant, who was one of the most hard working young people we've ever seen! We r going to miss her sunny smile! Our 6 day visit wouldn't have been the same at any other hotel :) Also, Sarah and Carren from the front desk were wonderful and super helpful!
  • Photo of Bgood1953
    7 months ago
    Location, location, location. As the name tells you the Spanish steps are literally steps away, as is the famous fountain. The annex where my family stayed was to die for, and you felt as if you were in an apartment building and living like a resident, not a guest. The staff was always there for you and the breakfast was plentiful and healthy and quality. No complaints at this Inn other than the staff was in the main hotel and the elevator could filt two people tightly so my family of four took two trips to get up and down, though the stairs worked and walking in Europe and Rome is essential anyway. Great city. Great space to be headquartered.
  • Photo of Pancho32
    7 months ago
    Right in Via Condotti, a few steps from Spanish Steps, Plaza Spagna and Fontana di Trevi, the hotell has a very beautiful terrace with lemon trees and lots of flowers, even in the middle of winter. Service was wonderful and breakfast excellent. Unfortunately could not stay for more than 1 night because it was fully booked, but will come back!!!
  • Photo of Charlie F
    7 months ago
    A fabulous little hotel. We were relocated to this hotel after a mix up on our original booking , this was most definitely our gain. The staff are fabulous from the original greeting at reception to the porters and waiting staff. This hotel is situated directly opposite the Spanish steps and is ideally located for the major sights and tourist areas. We would 100% stay here again. The small gestures made by the staff were hugely appreciated . On arrival at the hotel we expressed our worry at organising our transfer back to the airport but within minutes of us settling in to our lovely room the reception staff had sorted this on our behalf , taking away any worries for the remainder of our stay. Our personal butler serving us for breakfast was very personable and helpful recommending sights and advising of transport links. The afternoon tea option is a lovely touch. We are so sorry we couldn't remember names to thank individuals personally but all of your staff are a credit to you and you all made a fantastic impression of your wonderful hotel and country. We look forward to visiting you all again soon. Thank you so much from two very appreciative guests.
  • Photo of BL4330
    8 months ago
    Stayed here in January 2015 for a week. Arrived on the weekend before work. I arrived solo, a woman who does not speak Italian. Everyone was very friendly and helpful - as I tried to speak aittle bit of Italian that I learned before arriving. Most spoke English as well. I had arrived on an overnight flight and when I got to the hotel, the room was not yet ready. They graciously checked me in and took care of my luggage and offered shower facilities to freshen up - which I took advantage of. They had fresh towels and all toiletries ready for me - so i did not need to rummage through my luggage for these items. They invited me to go to the top floor for complimentary breakfast which I also was happy to do. The space was cozy and quaint and had glass doors that led out to their rooftop verendah dining area. It was beautiful out there ! The weather was actually spring like and comfortable to sit outside with a light jacket. There were lemon trees in oversized pots with other lovely plants and flowers on the verendah. You could hear the people below walking and talking and there is a great view of the Spanish Steps. It was my first time in Italy and I immediately fell in love with Rome. They had excellent array of egg items, fresh fruits, cold cuts, cheeses, pastries, juices, delicious coffees and nutella :-) I asked for a cappuccino which was the first thing I had in Rome and was amazing with this beautiful view! After breakfast, I asked the hotel staff for suggestions and directions and walked for several hours taking in all the sights that surrounded me. The architecture in this city is AMAZING, the history, the culture, the FOOD, the people. It really was wonderful. I also took part with two tours - the Food and Wine Evening Walking Tour - outstanding and the next day a tour with an archaeologist at the Colosseum. Both are must do ! The room was clean, modern, bed very comfortable and the bathroom was efficient. Alittle small for bathroom - but this is a beautiful small hotel and they have done a wonderful job of updates and making it very comfortable for visitors. I would go back ! I then met up with my coworkers and even though I had work the whole week - our Italy office coworkers took us everywhere for some amazing dining and museum experiences. this hotel and this city are in my top 5 favorite places to visit. This hotel is great for business folks and for vacationers. ENJOY!

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