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Residenza di Ripetta a historic former convent in the heart of Rome. Residenza di Ripetta with its verdant inner courtyard is a place in which to take a tranquil pause from the city outside. A 17th century baroque former convent, artwork, statues, precious sculptures and original...
All reviewsspanish stepsformer conventcentral courtyardliving roomwithin walking distancesitting areaupgraded to a suitefront desk staffbreakfast was excellentthe staff was friendly and helpfuli highly recommend this hotelyogurtcharming hotelroom was largelocation was perfectwalked everywheretrevi fountain
Rooms are clean and spacious. A delicious Breakfast is served in their garden for a pleasant atmosphere. Easy access to museums and other tourist sites. Hotel staff were responsive to our requests. Garden area is also a nice place for pre-dinner drinks.
We enjoyed our stay here.
The room was large and suited as we were 4 people. The pull out beds were a bit lumpy. The air con we found difficult to control so we turned it off at night. The maids take their jobs very...More
Amazing hotel. Very large rooms for Europe. The courtyard is amazing. At the end of a long day of touring and walking to go to the courtyard, lounge in the open air and drink cold lemoncello is my new vision of heaven. Stephen the bartender...More
Sure the hotel and furniture might be old but it is old! That's what makes it cool. Everything clean and so spacious. Lovely outdoor area for breakfast which was also presented beautifully. We are a a family of 4 and basically had a spacious apartment...More
We stayed at this hotel during a May vacation in Italy. Although the decorating is a bit tired, the hotel is in a superb location and provided wonderful service. The outdoor garden was a perfect meeting place for family cocktails prior to dinner and the...More
Response from Moretti_Matteo, Direttore at Residenza di RipettaResponded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for sharing your experience at Residenza di Ripetta with other travelers.
I am very happy that you enjoyed our outdoor garden, a very unique space in the center of Rome.
I am also glad that you had a positive experience with...More
From its original role as ancient army training fields to its present-day identity as one of the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods, the Campo Marzio is the best place to get lost in Rome. Gorgeous Renaissance and Baroque palazzos line the streets, and are filled with enticing boutiques and food shops. By day, Rome’s best-dressed denizens criss-cross its streets in a fashionable parade of errands, occasionally pausing to
look fabulous in gorgeous piazzas like San Lorenzo in Lucina. Campo Marzio can be a bit of a sleeper after aperitivi hour (21:00), so visit by day and experience the pulse of daytime Rome.
Personally, I would never drive in Rome. The traffic is crazy! Taxis are relatively inexpensive. If you are returning the car at the airport, you can easily get a cab. However, it's not a short distance from the main Rome... More
Personally, I would never drive in Rome. The traffic is crazy! Taxis are relatively inexpensive. If you are returning the car at the airport, you can easily get a cab. However, it's not a short distance from the main Rome airport to the hotel (or any centrally located hotel). And, of course, all this depends on how much luggage you have to carry around.
I would think dropping off the bags first would not be a problem - the hotel was very friendly and accommodating - anyway dragging bags round Rome is not recommended as the streets are full of people. Note that you have... More
I would think dropping off the bags first would not be a problem - the hotel was very friendly and accommodating - anyway dragging bags round Rome is not recommended as the streets are full of people. Note that you have drive from Piazza Del Popolo as the street the hotel is on in one way (North to South). Hope this helps. M