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This hotel has rooms that were clean, but small. But the hotel with its location just off the Via Veneto makes it worthwhile. We arrived early in the morning and the hotel did all in its power to accommodate us to get us into our...More
My wife and I spent a few days at the Savoy 14 years ago - one of our very first holidays together. We are currently replicating that holiday - hotels, locations, excursions. We were off to a bad start at the Savoy, waiting around 15...More
This was our first stop in a 24 day journey through Italy and I was somewhat disappointed overall. The hotel is beautiful, but the room was small and very noisy. At night you could hear chairs scraping as the rooftop restaurant was cleaned up. In...More
I loved staying at this large hotel for our vacation, conveniently located in the heart of Rome.
Our room was spacious and quiet, the bed was really comfortable and we both slept really well. We loved exploring the many different, excellent dinner options walking distance...More
We had our wedding reception at the Savoy on the 6th June 2016. Cristina the Savoy Wedding Planner was just fantastic and arranged the most beautiful wedding reception on the roof terrace on a beautiful and sunny day in June. We were treated as returning...More
Thanks to Fellini and La Dolce Vita, the Ludovisi and Via Veneto neighbourhood earned its reputation as a posh area where gorgeous Marcellos wooed actresses and models while bored housewives hung out in streetside cafes. The cafes are still there, and so are the cocktails, but the neighbourhood is now home to five-star businesses including hotels, banks, law firms, and embassies. The area is also right next to
Villa Borghese, a beautiful park for sporting and cultural adventures. If you're looking for tranquility by night, this may be the place: Ludovisi and Veneto tend to shut down after 20:00.
Response from Savoy_Manager | Property representative |
Wi-Fi is completely free of charge and you may connect an unlimited number of devices to the network. On top of that, You will find a smartphone in the room which offers a free internet connection on a 4g network and You may... More
Wi-Fi is completely free of charge and you may connect an unlimited number of devices to the network. On top of that, You will find a smartphone in the room which offers a free internet connection on a 4g network and You may take it outside of the Hotel as well so you can access a variety of services on the go.
Response from Maureen E | Reviewed this property |
Typical for this hotel to refer you to the most expensive service. There are lots of airport buses just outside the terminal and they charge about 6 euro per person. Have cash and pay the driver, don't bother to line up at... More
Typical for this hotel to refer you to the most expensive service. There are lots of airport buses just outside the terminal and they charge about 6 euro per person. Have cash and pay the driver, don't bother to line up at the bus ticket window. The bus will take you to the termini station which is the main bus/train station in Rome. From there you can take a taxi to the hotel about 20 euro but as always verify fare with taxi driver. If you want more info just google, Rome airport bus.
If you are taking a cruise take the train to Citavecci cruise terminal about 5 euro per person.