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- Ideal for exploring Rome at your leisure
- On-site bar area
- Gym facilities
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A very welcoming hotel with plenty of traditional charm, the Romanico Palace Hotel boasts a central location within the heart of Rome, providing an ideal base for guests wishing to enjoy a short break exploring the delights of Rome.
Romanico Palace enjoys a central location, within easy reach of Termini Railway Station, Via Veneto and Villa Borghese. The main historical city monuments can easily be reached by local transport, or on foot for those who prefer to explore at leisure.
The Romanico Palace boasts traditionally decorated bedrooms with a feel of elegance and traditional charm. Guest rooms are designed for relaxation and equipped with modern comforts for an enjoyable stay amidst typical Italian hospitality. Each welcoming guest room includes widescreen TV, Wi-Fi and bathtub or shower.
Begin your day at the Romanico Palace Hotel with a delicious breakfast in the Roof Garden Fulvius Restaurant, which offers a unique and refined atmosphere. The restaurant and bar is now fully open for evening meals, where on the 7th floor, guests can choose from a fine choice of traditional Italian cuisine from the A la Carte menu. The restaurant and its terrace also boast a splendid 360 degree view for a panoramic outlook over the Eternal City.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 86
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Offsite Parking Distance: 100 metres
- Sauna Free: No
- Steam Room Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: BARBERINI
- Distance: 400 metres
- Name: TERMINI
- Distance: 1.1 kilometres
- Name: FIUMICINO
- Distance: 31 kilometres
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Guide dogs only
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Barberini Distance: 400 metres
- Nearest Rail Name: Termini Distance: 1.1 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Fiumicino Distance: 31 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1611 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Rome - our best bits.
Stay Date: 02/11/2016, a customer aged 65+ who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
The Hotel Romanica was adequate but well located. We upgraded our room and had a small sitting room attached which we used as a store in the absence of any drawer space. Bedding and towels were changed every day and cleaned to a high standard. The st… See more
The Hotel Romanica was adequate but well located. We upgraded our room and had a small sitting room attached which we used as a store in the absence of any drawer space. Bedding and towels were changed every day and cleaned to a high standard. The staff were all very helpful and pleasant. For a special occasion we had pre-booked a table on the Terrace restaurant on the 7th floor of the hotel but it had a very limited menu - rather pub grill type food. On our last night we dined at Carlo's Pizzeria on Via Veneto (near to Barberini Metro Station) in the enclosed pavement restaurant building. We shared a Pizza then I had Filleto and my wife a Beef Steak - we shared roast potatoes and mixed grilled vegetables. Beautifully presented, cooked to perfection and two generous portions - what a memorable meal. We visited the Galleria Doria Pamphilj, part of the Villa. The rooms of the Gallery are ornately decorated and house hundreds of Paintings and Sculptures including one of Pope Innocent X which the Pope thought too good a likeness to be possible. We were sorry we didn't have the time to tour the Villa as well. We planned our Itinerary for each day to minimise the walking and only used transport for the Vatican visit and the City Tour Bus. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Pantheon: 4 out of 5
- Villa borghese : 3 out of 5
- Galleria Doria Pamphilj: 5 out of 5
- Antonio's: 4 out of 5
- Carlo's Pizza: 5 out of 5
- Hotel Romanica: 3 out of 5
Stay Date: 05/2017, tami k wrote this review.
This is an older hotel that is very well maintained. The hotel staff were wonderful, especially Stella the concierge and the waiters in the restaurant. The rooftop restaurant is lovely. We had dinner there every night and it was always a nice exp… See more
This is an older hotel that is very well maintained. The hotel staff were wonderful, especially Stella the concierge and the waiters in the restaurant. The rooftop restaurant is lovely. We had dinner there every night and it was always a nice experience. Breakfast is served there also. Pretty place with nice waitstaff! A little farther from all of the tourist attractions but that means a quieter neighborhood that suited us perfectly. I would love to stay there again. They really put an effort into making your stay as nice as possible. Collapse
Romanico Ruins: start to finish was an awful experience.
Stay Date: 05/2017, ratedbyhanna wrote this review.
Palace? Should really be named Romanico Ruins instead. Thanks for lighting the fire for me to write this review immediately! It's been awhile since I was so moved to write a saga (you've been forewarned) for the series of unfortunate events. Rounding… See more
Palace? Should really be named Romanico Ruins instead. Thanks for lighting the fire for me to write this review immediately! It's been awhile since I was so moved to write a saga (you've been forewarned) for the series of unfortunate events. Rounding out the last stop of our Italy tour with Gate 1, we arrived at this hotel eager to wash up after Pompeii. They gave us the room of 443 originally and we avoided the "slow" elevators by climbing up 5 flights of stairs (yes it's typical for hotel lobbies to start at floor 0). My SO arrived at the room before me and to his horror he found a woman peacefully sleeping on the bed. Thankfully that was the only thing happening and he quickly retreated. When we mentioned this disaster to the front desk they seemed moderately surprised and apologized curtly. They immediately scrambled together a new room assignment which one of the hotel staff escorted me to and helped me carry my SO's backpack. We weaved down a confusing labyrinth to the new (backup) room 435. The hotel is located in Rome so I understand that the big city situation makes it desperate for space. All right there's hundreds of rooms in the hotel and I honestly think it's shameful that they even tried renting out the sad excuse for a room. Allow me to paint a picture for you. Tiny closet of a room with 2 twin beds sloppily pushed together against a headboard excessively spray painted in gold with fading painted designs. At this point I badly wanted to shower and freshen up after nearly a full day of traveling. My SO arrived at the room toting my checked bag that had a HUGE chalk writing of the WRONG original room number on the luggage itself. WHY on earth would you graffiti your guests' luggage, when all of the other locations we stayed figured out how to use discreet sticky note or luggage tag system. I know chalk can wash/rub off, but it's still unnecessary! My SO still didn't see any sign of his bag. Later on they delivered his bag separately and it had the room 133 scrawled on it so also very incorrect! My SO also was wholly displeased with the tiny room and wanted to see a larger room noting cost difference to see if it's worth it to upgrade. The hotel staff showed us an example of the larger room and it was not significantly larger, it had 2 luggage rack type holders but the annoying tub/shower combo we hated from Royal Continental in Naples. The tub/shower had the strange windowpane on the side instead of a shower curtain, which seemed unsecure so it could float away easily and lead to water flooding. We declined the larger room for an extra €60/night. I can't fathom giving any more money to this business who feigns concern for their mistake. To their credit, on the last night they sent up a bottle of complimentary Merlot after I submitted the scathing survey. However, it was too little too late at that point and we couldn't even drink it so we packed it away. I won't write paragraphs about each issue but let's just throw them into a list. - Smaller and dingier room compared to other guests! My SO also remarked that the room he originally walked in on with the surprise guest sleeping looked larger! This confirms my suspicion that this is a back up room that should not have been used at all! - No full size mirror, they could have easily attached this to the back of the dresser. - No tissues, we had to ask for a box at the front desk. - Only 1 luggage rack, no extras when we asked. - SMALL upright shower does not have a rack for toiletries inside. I had to put them on the narrow ledge while showering and reach out to grab... This is ridiculous! - Sharp shower knob. I knocked my head against this while trying to step into the shower ending up in a great deal of pain. - Shower did not properly drain, especially with moldy cloth curtain. Curtain did not have a plastic LINER. Yep you can see why it's disgusting and moldy right? - Shower curtain was not properly attached nor is it on a real rod. It's just thrown together on a flimsy white tension rod reminiscent of the college dorm days but not a hotel... - Shower curtain from the weight of the water actually FELL on me while I was showering and would not properly go back on the wall! - Mentioned but never fixed. - The floor is completely soaked after showering since we have to push the curtain aside for it to drain properly and it spills all over! - World's smallest and uneven table (guess what it's also spray painted in gold). - Last night of our stay they DEACTIVATED or "reset" the key, so we got all the way up to the room and it did not work then had to go back down! - Asked for recommendations of good restaurants near by and chose Ad Hoc, they made a "reservation" for 7:30pm. Double checked details 2x and once we arrived they had nothing for us! The front desk made a reservation for Hard Rock instead of Ad Hoc! Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, jessm531 wrote this review.
This is what type of hotel you think of when you think of Rome. Rooms look like they belong in Rome. Nice hotel. In a pretty good location. 10-15 minute walk to everything. Would recommend. Safe area.
This is what type of hotel you think of when you think of Rome. Rooms look like they belong in Rome. Nice hotel. In a pretty good location. 10-15 minute walk to everything. Would recommend. Safe area. Collapse
Perfect Rome residence
Stay Date: 03/2017, suziebuzz wrote this review.
This hotel is excellently placed around 10 minutes walk from many of Rome attractions. The hotel itself is beautifully decorated, rooms spacious and clean. Staff are willing to help with local knowledge. There is a lovely rooftop restaurant which is … See more
This hotel is excellently placed around 10 minutes walk from many of Rome attractions. The hotel itself is beautifully decorated, rooms spacious and clean. Staff are willing to help with local knowledge. There is a lovely rooftop restaurant which is open for breakfast providing a good selection of cereal, fruit, breads and cakes. The prices in the bar and for evening meals are expensive so we went to local restaurants a few streets away. These were little jewels and the food was excellent. Collapse
Stay Date: 02/2017, Browgesen wrote this review.
The Hotel Romanico Palace provided us with an excellent base for exploring Rome, and bookending our Italian holiday. All the staff were friendly and welcoming, and gave us practical tips and advice on how to get the most out of our time in Rome. The … See more
The Hotel Romanico Palace provided us with an excellent base for exploring Rome, and bookending our Italian holiday. All the staff were friendly and welcoming, and gave us practical tips and advice on how to get the most out of our time in Rome. The rooms were simple but comfortable, with space to spread out and relax. The lounge and bar downstairs also provided a quiet venue to recharge and relax. The rooftop restaurant provided an excellent breakfast spread - with some of the best pastries we've ever had - and a handy dinner venue for a quiet night in. Collapse
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