Situated in the historic center of Rome, just 150 m from the Quirinale Palace and Trevi Fountain.
The 3-star hotel Trevi is ideally located in the historic center of Rome, just around the corner are the Quirinale Palace and Trevi Fountain, Piazza di Spagna is 250 m away, .30 minutes walk from Roman Forum, Colosseum and Piazza Venezia and the main shopping area of the city.
Hotel facilities include air conditioning in public areas, breakfast room, car rental service, elevator/lift, room service and panoramic rooftop terrace.
All rooms are equipped with air conditioning, bathroom with shower, hairdryer, mini-bar, safe, telephone and TV cable/satellite.
Please note that the panoramic rooftop terrace is open only for breakfast.
Address: Vicolo del Babuccio, 20-21, 00187 Rome, Italy
Distance to city centre 0.15km
Distance to airport 17km (CIA)
Address: +39 06 678 9563, Vicolo del Babuccio, 20-21, Rome, Italy
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in terms of location this hotel is ideal to tourist attractions, not so lucky though for Shuttle Transfer from the airport to the hotel. Shuttle transfers are not able to get directly to the hotel, so make sure if you book you book a private taxi as they are not allowed down the streets to get you direct to the hotel. We stayed here for 6 nights and didn't spend a great deal of time at the hotel but it was so close to the Trevi fountain and a great walk to the Spanish steps, Pantheon and lots of shops. I felt rather safe in Rome and there was a strong police presence in this country. Our room was cleaned at this hotel daily, but I was rather surprised when we returned back from breakfast one morning to see a male member of staff making the bed with no protective equipment on given that its a global pandemic and to prevent the spread of COVID-19. We are advised to wear face masks in the reception and inside the hotel and sanitise our hands, yet the staff cannot do this when they are left unattended in the hotel rooms and walking around the hotel? Our room was through a separate side entrance next to the hotel, which we did feel rather lucky to have such a large room, however this faced out onto the street where it was loud early morning's until very late at night. This is perfect for a pit stop type holiday, but the mattress is not comfy at all. The rooms in the main part of the hotel, look rather small when being cleaned and I personally would have felt rather claustrophobic in them. There isn't a big selection at breakfast, however it was enough to cater for our needs. The selection wouldn't be ideal for those that have dietary requirements / intolerances. There is a really beautiful restaurant in which we frequently went to which I cannot recommend enough called Locanda Taberna Patriciietplebei with gorgeous little vintage umbrella's above the seats outside. The lasagne and cocktails in which they sell from there are amazing, and this is a 2 minute walk from the hotel. Once we had dinner there, just up the path there was a beautiful ice cream parlour called Amorino Gelato! This is a must visit! they are amazing and can make the most beautiful cones for you!! Don't also be fooled into tipping at restaurants in this country! you'll end up paying twice as a service charge is added on the bill!
If you are in Rome book a stay at Hotel Trevi.
Riccardo was amazing to book us in and their service throughout was exceptional. The room was beautiful and a 20second walk from the Trevi Fountain.
Breakfast was included with everything you could possibly want. They even offered to make us some lunches because we were missing breakfast because of an early day tour.
Just a wonderful experience from start to finish.
A very high recommendation from me 👍
After reading other reviews we were a little nervous to say the least. Our room 112 just around the corner was of course very small by Australian standards and was a little musty. The bed was comfortable and bathroom well equipped.
From the front door I could almost of thrown a coin into the Trevi Fountain and plenty of food choices in every direction.
A special mention must go to the staff who were very helpful on our arrival in a fierce thunderstorm and thanks for arranging the fastest transfer ever to Rome airport (I reckon the driver was attempting to qualify for the Italian Grand Prix)