Donna Camilla Savelli
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At the Donna Camilla Savelli hotel you can enjoy staying in the splendour of a beautiful historical building, which has been perfectly restored to suit the building’s period, you can rest assured that your stay will be made relaxing and comfortable thanks to both the luxurious guestrooms and welcoming, friendly staff.
Each of the 78 unique, well appointed and beautifully renovated rooms at the Donna Camilla Savelli hotel, is furnished to the highest standards with an eclectic mix of contemporary and ancient in the exposed wooden beams and the beautiful furnishings. Free wifi available in the rooms.
The hotel is in an excellent location with the historical city centre and Vatican City within easy reach. The 4 star Donna Camilla Savelli hotel is situated in the Trastevere area of the city and here you can really sample the authentic Roman hospitality, this chic spot in Italy’s capital is an excellent place to visit local trattorias, bars and some out of the way, exclusive boutiques.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 75
- Non-Smoking throughout the hotel
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Iron/Ironing Board
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Parking at Hotel Cost: 15.00 Per 24 Hours
- Name: Termini Station
- Distance: 4 kilometres
- Name: Fiumicino International Airport
- Distance: 26 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Termini Station Distance: 4 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Fiumicino International Airport Distance: 26 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 5.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 5.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1221 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
How to get around the city
Stay Date: 19/05/2014, a customer aged 45-64 from RETFORD who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
On arrival get a taxi from airport to hotel.We didn't and it took us several hours to find our hotel. Return taxi cost 30 euros and worth it! Hotel location ideal to access the sites. Map and comfortable shoes important! See more
On arrival get a taxi from airport to hotel.We didn't and it took us several hours to find our hotel. Return taxi cost 30 euros and worth it! Hotel location ideal to access the sites. Map and comfortable shoes important! Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 5 out of 5
- Sleep: 5 out of 5
- Breakfast: 5 out of 5
- Staff: 5 out of 5
- Pantheon: 5 out of 5
- Vatican: 5 out of 5
- Colosseum: 5 out of 5
Love this hotel
Stay Date: 05/2018, Brisbanehouse wrote this review.
My daughter and I stayed last week for 4 days in this beautiful hotel. It is stunning with a beautiful long hallway. Our room was quaint overlooking the garden, where you can sit out for breakfast and coffee. The breakfast was lovely with lots of hea… See more
My daughter and I stayed last week for 4 days in this beautiful hotel. It is stunning with a beautiful long hallway. Our room was quaint overlooking the garden, where you can sit out for breakfast and coffee. The breakfast was lovely with lots of healthy options along with yummy cakes also. The staff are very friendly and the cleaning is spotless. Trastevere is a lovely area with great restaurants and bars. The prices are cheaper then othe areas such as Navona . We saw a lot of amazing sights. The ultimate for me was Mass at the Vatican on Wednesday and seeing the beautiful Pope. Such a lovely man. Wonderful hotel and can’t wait to return xxx Collapse
Wonderful Alltogether, Great Location
Stay Date: 05/2018, Cris F wrote this review.
Rooms are deluxe, come with a free smartphone and are big. Value is great. Very cheap for the rooms. The breakfast is great in their beautiful Renaissance garden. Has a rooftop terrace with great views of the city. Staff is helpful. It is locate… See more
Rooms are deluxe, come with a free smartphone and are big. Value is great. Very cheap for the rooms. The breakfast is great in their beautiful Renaissance garden. Has a rooftop terrace with great views of the city. Staff is helpful. It is located in Trastevere, which is beautiful with many great restaurants and shops down the street. Definitely recommend. Collapse
They have A LOT of work to do!!
Stay Date: 04/2018, David C wrote this review.
This is not a hotel for those that want that extra service level because they may be unfamiliar with the area and like a friendly reception for questions. It’s also not a hotel for those who want that 4 star experience. In fact, it’s a complete wast… See more
This is not a hotel for those that want that extra service level because they may be unfamiliar with the area and like a friendly reception for questions. It’s also not a hotel for those who want that 4 star experience. In fact, it’s a complete waste of money. Stay elsewhere and visit for 20 min if you want to see the monastery. We have been coming to Italy for several years. With some exceptions, (depending on the town) we mostly stay in 4 star hotels. There is a certain expectation for comfort and service that we’ve pretty much always expected and received in exchange for the price. This is not that hotel. The majority of their business is group events. Do not expect them to welcome you and your family the way other hotels do. You’re are paying for the aesthetics of the monastery and that is absolutely it. Before anyone comments that their “issues” are due to the fact that it’s a renovated monastery and you should be happy just to be there, please know we’ve stayed in 1000 year old Locandas in Venice and 8000 year old renovated caves in Matera, as well as Agriturismos, etc. When you renovate a historic building in to a hotel and charge a certain price, you have to provide the basic services and comforts. You have to make sure you’re putting WiFi receivers in the rooms if WiFi is an issue through the walls, and make sure the plumbing and air conditioning works. None of these things worked properly. In fact, we were unable to research any of the restaurants we tried to book because there was no WiFi in the rooms. Because of this, we asked the reception for help recommending restaurants and making reservations because we couldn’t research them on our phones. They recommended tourist places to us. The staff is extremely icey and cold and any request makes you feel as though you are bothering them. In 4 nights and 3 days we did not encounter one friendly person there. If you have a question about the area or a restaurant or anything, the response will be a one liner or at most a quick phrase that barely meets the basics of what you’ve asked. The breakfast... We always get a buffet breakfast with all our hotels. This was the worst breakfast we’ve ever had in a European hotel. The setting in the courtyard is lovely and the buffet located in the hall didn’t bother us like it did other reviewers. The negative reviews about the staff and food are true though. You can’t get a decent espresso or cappuccino to save your life. If this is something you enjoy during your trip to Italy, skip this hotel. Even when you can beg someone for a cappuccino, what you get is a luke warm excuse for the real thing with no foam. The first day when I asked the staff for cappuccino, they pointed to the carafe of American coffee. We tried it and it tasted like instant coffee. Finally after asking several others we finally got mediocre at best coffees. We actually had to leave the hotel in the mornings to get a decent breakfast at local cafes eventually. The “hot” portion consists of two things. Body temperature scrambled eggs sitting in a vat of watery “something” (not cream) and bacon. Cold eggs sitting in water! It was so disgusting every single morning. The lunch meats are something you’d find in a grocery, not the lovely prosciutto we’ve become accustomed to at our other hotel breakfasts. The cheeses were sliced Swiss, provolone and Philadelphia cream cheese. The fruit is from a can (peaches, prunes etc!) no fresh strawberries or local fruits. The croissants are the only pastries available other than a typical Italian morning cake, and the cornettos tasted packaged. It was so lovely to go out to the bars and cafes and get the real thing, but so annoying it wasn’t provided to us. It was almost insulting because I’m assuming they feel tourists don’t know what the real thing is or what “great” looks like. That’s what we come to Italy for! The room.... We requested a quiet room days before check in because of some of the other reviews. We were told in order to upgrade to a quiet room it would be 100 euros. We chose not to because they said they couldn’t guarantee any peace considering the “quiet” courtyard facing rooms would likely have guests hanging out late at night. Then when we arrive we see a posted sign that the upgrade is 50 euro.... interesting. Our view was literally of dumpsters. I didn’t mind it so much, we were in the city and just come from breathtaking views in Sorrento and Matera so I was ok with the city vibe at that point.The beds were the most uncomfortable beds we’ve had Italy and this includes our 80/night agriturismo in Tuscany which typically have pretty bad beds. The shower was either scalding hot or ice cold. It wasn’t possible for anyone in our family to get a decent shower. We never looked forward to a relaxing shower and dreaded having to bathe in this bathroom. The drains didn’t work properly in either the shower or the sink. There is no soundproofing in the rooms whatsoever. Trastevere is loud, which we knew, but some simple renovations would help people actually sleep at night. Our other hotels installed shades etc. which really do help with noise. If cave hotels in Matera and 1000 yr old houses in Venice can do it, so can they. Obviously they don’t want to spend the money. The only plus side to this place was it was the last few days of our trip to Italy and it actually made us WANT to come home in the end. Collapse
Solid Option in Trastevere
Stay Date: 04/2018, asim11 wrote this review.
Pros and Cons: Pros: Excellent Location - walking distance to everything in the Trastevere neighborhood. Room: Large spacious newly renovated room, comfy bed, big bathroom and nice shower. We didn't hear much street noise the the ac worked well. B… See more
Pros and Cons: Pros: Excellent Location - walking distance to everything in the Trastevere neighborhood. Room: Large spacious newly renovated room, comfy bed, big bathroom and nice shower. We didn't hear much street noise the the ac worked well. Breakfast: Large selection of items, pretty garden to eat breakfast in, good coffee. Rooftop Terrace: was a nice bonus but there is no shade or umbrellas so it was nice in the evening or very early morning. Cons: Wifi The wifi was very inconstant and frustrating, it would constantly kick you off the network, and many of my apps including tripadvisor didn't work. Room Location: We were placed in the 'nun's quarters area' which required you to take the elevator to the 3rd floor walk down two hallways and then go down 4 steep, flights of steps. If you wanted to get back to the lobby you had to go back the way you came up all the stairs or go outside through an emergency exit door with no entry and walk around the building. This made running back to the room to grab something quite annoying. If returning to Rome I probably wouldn't return but it seems like a good hotel choice for the area if you were wanted to visit Trastevere. Collapse
The best hotel in Rome!
Stay Date: 02/2018, Lauren S wrote this review.
The neighborhood couldn’t be lovelier and the hotel couldn’t be more professional and 5 Star. The rooms are so gorgeous and charming. It’s a breathtaking property with unmatched service. I’ve stayed here twice now and have been blown away both times.
The neighborhood couldn’t be lovelier and the hotel couldn’t be more professional and 5 Star. The rooms are so gorgeous and charming. It’s a breathtaking property with unmatched service. I’ve stayed here twice now and have been blown away both times. Collapse
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