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We were booked for 6 nights 18-24 July 2014. The booking was made in Australia on
24 January with the hotel direct, first by phone, then followed up in writing. We requested the sole use of a family room for 2 people at the family...More
We thought we had been dropped off at the wrong place! there is no hotel entrance just a wooden door. 3 flights up via a quirky lift and we reached the small reception. Room was modern clean, and a good size (3 adults) Our room...More
We loved to stay at the Residenza Ludovisi. We went there with our family and stayed for 4 days.
The staff at the reception was very helpful, kins and spoke very good english. Our room was on the 3rd floor, it was cleaned, spacious and...More
We were excited about staying here and when we arrived to check in they told us they were full.
We were shocked. They then had us go to Residenza Borghese. The older gentlemen saw us
with all our luggage and felt sorry for us so...More
My boyfriend and I stayed here for a short get away, even though we were only using the room to sleep in it was a little bit of a disappointment. Firstly it was VERY hard to find, there was only a tiny note on a...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.