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The Grand Hotel Parco dei Principiis superbly located on the border of the historic Borghese Gardens. The hotel has been painstakingly refurbished, recreating the opulence and richness of the patrician villas owned by Rome's nobility in the late 17th century. Beautiful wood paneling in...
All reviewsborghese gardensoutdoor poolstar hotelvia venetoquiet locationa short taxi rideconcierge stafffree shuttlecentre of romefabulous hotelsight seeingjunior suitesmall balconymain attractionsloved this hotelbreakfast was includedtourist attractions
We were a family of 5 people in 3 rooms last weekend. We had a wonderful experience at this property!
1. Arrival: The hotel arranged for an airport pickup at FCO. Very professional driver and extremely clean vehicle. When we arrived at the hotel, the...More
We stayed here as part of a pre-cruise stay and were thrilled with the hotel! The hotel is beautiful, rooms are great size and have everything you need, and it’s so quiet! And the staff...they are very accommodating and friendly!! I felt like the staff...More
Arrived late in Wednesday evening.
Very welcoming both by the Bell Boy and the Concierge.
Room beautifully appointed (large) very comfortable bed.
Noticed balcony light wasn’t working.
Immediately attended to.
Breakfast great choice very tasty.
Hotel is about 2 miles out of the centre of...More
This hotel is glitzy and first impressions were that it was really lovely, however this soon turned to disappointment. The room was attractive and the bed was very comfortable. We asked for softer pillows as the ones on the bed were brick hard. The receptionist...More
We spent a lovely afternoon at this place enjoying the view and drinks. Especially the service was so friendly. We were served by Fabio and he was the best! We highly recommend this place and will comw back.
Young and well-to-do families are the street flavour of Parioli. A new kind of Rome, this area is centuries away from the Renaissance with its pockets of 1930s palaces, tony boutiques, open-air markets and plenty of coffee shops. Parioli was built as an enclave for last century’s haute bourgeois and still represents as such in 21st century Rome. Need a break? The area has several great sporting clubs known for tennis and
riding, a wonderful modern art museum, easy access to the zoo (Europe’s oldest), and is nestled around Rome’s very best parks including Villa Borghese, Villa Ada and Villa Glori.
It is a stunning hotel and has a fantastic pool to cool off in after a days sightseeing. It is however about a half hour walk to the central attractions and in August it’s usually hot. We usually got taxis from and to the... More
It is a stunning hotel and has a fantastic pool to cool off in after a days sightseeing. It is however about a half hour walk to the central attractions and in August it’s usually hot. We usually got taxis from and to the hotel which were about 10 euros a time. Get a room facing the pool/ gardens if you can......enjoy your trip
This hotel is gorgeous and the service is excellent. I wouldn’t call it central but short cab rides from everything. There is a beautiful museum and park across the street but the weather in August was almost unbearable. I... More
This hotel is gorgeous and the service is excellent. I wouldn’t call it central but short cab rides from everything. There is a beautiful museum and park across the street but the weather in August was almost unbearable. I would get a package that includes the pool access. It is special and there is a nice spa as well.