La Griffe Mgallery Rome
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La Griffe Roma Mgallery Collection Hotel is located in the very heart of Rome, The Eternal City. Just a few steps away from the Spanish Steps and the Colosseum. La Griffe Hotel offers non-smoking guest rooms, rooms for the disabled, hydro-massage bathtubs, exclusive fitness room and sauna, video conference facilities, WiFi connection in the public areas and rooms, and laundry services. Moreover La Griffe Roma Mgallery Collection Hotel Restaurant enables you to taste traditional and contemporary Italian food cooked by award winning chefs. La Griffe Roma Mgallery Collection Hotel in Rome enjoys one of the best central positions for a hotel in Rome. Located on Via Nazionale between Piazza Venezia, the heart of modern day Rome and Piazza della Republica you are ideally situated for any sightseeing or shopping trips. Within easy walking distance of Rome's major attractions the treasures of the Eternal City are never far away. You are also perfectly placed for one of the Romans' favourite activities: shopping! The La Griffe Roma Mgallery Collection Hotel is situated on one of Rome's most famous shopping streets with some of the best boutiques Rome has to offer.
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My 2 nights in Rome
Stay Date: 12/2016, dash-na21 wrote this review.
Let me start off by saying, I had an excellent stay at LaGriffe. It was my birthday and my husband had booked the hotel for 2 nights as a getaway. It is a modern boutique hotel, excellent location, clean, and well serviced. The breakfast is top notch… See more
Let me start off by saying, I had an excellent stay at LaGriffe. It was my birthday and my husband had booked the hotel for 2 nights as a getaway. It is a modern boutique hotel, excellent location, clean, and well serviced. The breakfast is top notch served in a delightful rooftop restaurant. Many top attractions like Trevi, Roman forum and Colosseum are walkable from LaGriffe. My only major complaint is with the staff at the reception desk. They tried to be so courteous to an extent that they messed up. Not sure if it's lack of training, or it's just the way it is. On check in, the concierge at the desk asked me if I was pregnant??!! WHAT THE HELL??! I am NOT, and even if I were, it is none of his business. This was a real dampener to my mood... on my birthday! Next, once the check in formalities were complete, a lady at the Reception desk said she would escort us to our room. We took the elevator up to our room (we only had 1 carry-on each, which we carried ourselves.. still not sure why we needed an escort). The key card she had brought up didn't work. She scrambled back down to get a new card which again didn't work. Someone else came up with a 3rd new card, which again didn't work!! Finally she went down a 4th time, and brought a working room key. All this time, we were standing in the corridor with our luggage, scarves and jackets.. not a pleasant experience. They made up by sending chocolates to the room later in lieu of my birthday. No other complaints apart from this initial hiccup. I would like to state the breakfast staff was excellent, and so courteous. Double thumbs up to them. Collapse
Not really good choice
Stay Date: 11/2016, K4364ZGphilippem wrote this review.
Not a good option. The hotel is not specifically clean and definitly nothing to do with a Sofitel. It is expensive for the quality and style of Hotel. The only small plus is the last floor restaurant.
Not a good option. The hotel is not specifically clean and definitly nothing to do with a Sofitel. It is expensive for the quality and style of Hotel. The only small plus is the last floor restaurant. Collapse
Hotel in central location
Stay Date: 11/2016, zhjt206 wrote this review.
Walking distance of all the major sights. Loving staff. Good breakfast. Small rooms but everything you need. Lots of extras in the bathroom. Not five star if you are used to the UK but god 4 star. Clean and comfortable.
Walking distance of all the major sights. Loving staff. Good breakfast. Small rooms but everything you need. Lots of extras in the bathroom. Not five star if you are used to the UK but god 4 star. Clean and comfortable. Collapse
Good location basic hotel
Stay Date: 11/2016, ts20161234 wrote this review.
Stayed for 2 nights, booked a classic room although kindly surprised as we were upgraded to an executive room. Walked into find a big bed, that bathroom and floor space was almost exactly like the classic room. My biggest bug bear was the glass panel… See more
Stayed for 2 nights, booked a classic room although kindly surprised as we were upgraded to an executive room. Walked into find a big bed, that bathroom and floor space was almost exactly like the classic room. My biggest bug bear was the glass panel and door, so basically laying on the bed you can see each other on the toilet & shower. Tv channels only in Italian, no big deal, internet was reliable. Breakfast was basic, in fact, I've stayed in better Premier Inns. It just wasn't cosy and it was a little dated. Nice front desk staff, would dread the idea of visiting in winter as it must be terribly cold. Annoyingly the shower on our final night kept switching from violently hot to extremely cold... by the next morning we were glad to be heading home! Collapse
Great location, staff amazing
Stay Date: 11/2016, Nony K wrote this review.
Great location, centrally located in the middle of Rome, walking distance to pretty much all main sites, and taxi rank within strolling distance. The hotel itself was trendy, and smart, with red leather sofas and black tiled floors. The first room … See more
Great location, centrally located in the middle of Rome, walking distance to pretty much all main sites, and taxi rank within strolling distance. The hotel itself was trendy, and smart, with red leather sofas and black tiled floors. The first room we were allotted was a Classic Room, (room 215) which, to be honest, was far too small for the two of us, and just had shower (albeit smart looking with jets!). Thus we asked if we could change rooms and upgraded to a Junior Suite (room 305)/ This had a sofa and couple of chairs on one level and glass stairs to the bedroom area above, where the bed was enormous, and there was a nice sized bathroom. On the upside, the room was a lovely size. On the downside, it was chilly in the downstairs bit and the bedroom bit was too warm. The aircon was not working, the staff said that they tend to use air con for the summer months and we were now on main heating which was centrally regulated elsewhere. We could not override any heating to make the sitting area warm, and we could not cool the bedroom area (except, at their suggestion, by opening the windows). THus first night we slept with huge, beautiful doors/windows open, but it was incredibly noisy outside, as it was a main road and busy all night with traffic, and sirens (lots of sirens for some reason!). The bathroom was beautiful, with P shaped bath and shower screen. However the screen was supposed to slide back, to enable room to climb in and out of the bath, but this didn't work - making getting out of the bath difficult, and a little dangerous (very small area to get out between the now fixed screen area and the loo). There was also a light in the bathroom which we could not turn off, which meant it was on all night and this made the room very light at night. There was also only one bedside lamp, which was odd, as we expected one of each side of the bed. The TVs were large and great screen quality but no streamed film channel so we were limited to Sky News and BBC world service. HOWEVER - those were all minor niggles. The great thing about this hotel was the staff. Their friendliness and attention to detail were fabulous and would be the main reason we would return. The breakfast staff - from the restaurant manageress who welcomed us each morning, to the waiter who, by the second day, remembered that my husband liked black coffee and I had white tea, ... the breakfast choices were good, and the scrambled eggs and bacon come highly recommended. We had supper there one night too, and the food was delicious, wines good, and evening staff just as friendly. One suggestion - we would have used the bar area more had the seats there not been arranged in a large circle, which reminded us of the lounge area of an old people's home... it would have been friendlier and more intimate to have been in smaller sections of sofa/chairs, However, whilst mentioning the bar and restaurant, it should be noted that the views across Rome were spectacular. I wish my eyesight was better so I could read the name badges and therefore name the individual staff members who were so brilliant - there was Nicola on the desk who helped move our room (and whose knowledge of Barbra Streisand musicals was immense, (don't ask!); but the young lady who was bilingual in Spanish was lovely too, as were all the doormen, the breakfast restaurant manager, the charming waiter who looked after us each morning etc. The hotel is a little tired, I would say, with plug sockets not quite in place, some things not quite working, so I would say it was a Four Star hotel but with Five Star staff. And the staff is pretty much all important, so we would come again. Collapse
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