Eden Hotel

, Rome, Italy
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Eden Hotel

, Rome
5 star

Rooms: 121

49 Via Ludovisi - Rome - 00187 - Italy Hotel Website | | 6478121
364 Traveller

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Not for the business traveler

from agro
Great hotel, fantastic location, in the eternal city, what did you want more? The only problem is that this hotel is very expensive and not good for the business traveler. The business centre has got 1 pc only whose internet connection did not work! And I had to pay € 15 for that.
I asked the concierge to call a taxi for me in the morning, after 20 minutes I was in the lobby and the concierge told me the taxi were pn strike: can u tel;l me that before so I dont arrive late at my business meeting?

Great place to stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
I stayed at the Eden for a business trip and found the service and facilities flawless. Rooms are clean and classy, with great touches. Staff always courteous and helpful. The hotel is located 3 mins walk from the Spanish steps, right in the heart of Rome. It's true that the food in the hotel is expensive, but you're right in the heart of Rome so it doesn't make sense to eat in the hotel anyhow. There is such a variety of great (and really cheap) restaurants around. A really great place to stay.

Nice hotel, good service

from flamingokid8862
We stayed at the Eden for 4 nights in Sept. 2005 and were not disappointed. The hotel itself has a luxurious feel, the lobby is well appointed and the rooms are nicely decorated. Our room, although quite small, was comfortable and kept very clean by the staff. The personnel here was friendly and accomodating. The restaurant, La Terraza, has a wonderful view of the city. We did not eat there but had cocktails there in the evening and the atmosphere, with the piano singer and the view, was just amazing and very memorable. The hotel is on a quiet street, off of the main roads but very close to Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps, and directly up the hill from Piazza Barberini. It's a nice location, walking distance to all the major attractions in Rome. Overall, we had a good experience at the Eden and would stay there again.

Raves for Eden

from ChelsiVienna_VA_USA
We just returned (Sept 2005) from a trip to Italy where we viisted Rome and Venice. I was very anxious after reading so many bad comments about Italian hotels on this website. However, my fears were quickly dispelled after arriving at the Hotel Eden in Rome. From the minute we arrived and were greeted by a very helpful doorman until we left a week later, we couldn't have been happier with this hotel. The staff was consistently polite, friendly, and eager to assist us in any way they could. The room was lovely, having an inside room sheltered us from any traffic or other noise. The room was spacious enough for the two of us and all our luggage. Not as huge as a four star American hotel, but plenty big enough. It was spotless and kept that way by the staff all week. The beds were turned down at night, fresh towels were put out, etc. The hotel had internet access at a reasonable price. The restaurant on the top floor had a fantastic view of Rome. The view was made even better by the fact that our breakfast was included in the room price. To finalize this review, we would stay at the Hotel Eden again without hesitation. It was a lovely hotel with a wonderful well trained and friendly staff. We highly recommend this hotel to anyone going to Rome. In my opinion 4 stars all the way for the Hotel Eden, Rome, Italy.

A lovely place to stay

from A TripAdvisor Member
We spent 4 nights in Eden Hotel which is up a few blocks from the Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps. It's about a 3 or 4 block incline to walk up, but it's great going down! It's removed just to enough to feel exclusive, and you are always met by a very cordial doorperson. In fact, the service in the lobby is outstanding and attentive at all hours.

The rooms are a bit pricey but well-appointed. We had a separate sitting area with a small loveseat and a desk. The pretty, all-marble bathroom is of moderate size but has everything you need in terms of amentities. There is a bath/shower combination with different water heads, and good water pressure. The blow dryer is outside the bathroom in the desk, which was just a slight problem because the mirror was on the side wall of the desk, so I to sit on the desk and turn sidewides to blow dry my hair. At least the blowdryer was a good one!

No view to speak of, but big, openable windows. Nice closet set-up with full-length mirror. Turn-down service with a forecast for the next day and little chocolate squares. They will provide an iron and ironing board on request.

A beautiful but very expensive restaurant in which we did not eat. Breakfast not provided. Concierge was helpful but we are real foodies and I didn't think their restaurant knowledge was that expansive.

A lovely, comfortable hotel of moderate size with excellent service.
I would stay again.

The Eden: truly a slice of paradise

from FGirard
We stayed for 4 nights at the Eden Hotel, and had a wonderful time. Our expectations were met in every respect. La Terrazza's food and service is outstanding, and the open-air rooftop bar is divine. The Hotel is in a quiet nook yet close to many sights, which we thought was ideal at the end of a bustling day of sightseeing. One great mark of a true 5-star hotel is how they handle problems. When we turned out to be a bit disappointed with the guide to the Vatican whom we had booked through the concierge, the concierge arranged for the fee to be cut in half, which we thought a fair outcome. We'll be back.

Eden - Wish I could give 5 stars

from nwillner
The Eden is luxurious and the Terrace restaurant is superb. I've said on another review I'd like to give 4.5 stars if that category was available because of a few reservations.

We traveled with two 13 year olds and made verbal and email arrangements regarding the rooms to be adjoining/connecting. Upon arrival this was not the set up. After discussion - very friendly - and insistence - we were nicely upgraded to two junior suites after bringing in the guest relations manager. It's hard to complain about this hotel at all, very accomodating and friendly staff and helpful concierges. We had a reasonable price for the rooms for this level of hotel pre-negotiated but the restaurant for breakfast and lunch (glad to pay the high prices for the Michelin rated restaurant for dinner) was off the map. 40 euros for one of the girls cheese and baguette and side salad for lunch. Just a bit of a feeling of being taken advantage of. I"d stay at the Eden but have breakfast included, eat away from the hotel (except for at least one dinner as a treat).


from CMG
After spending two weeks traveling all over Italy (all on tripadvisor selected hotels) we completed our stay with one night at the luxurious Hotel Eden. After days of traveling by car, train and boat this was exactly what we needed. Our reservation was upgraded upon arrival. We were able to relax in a large, rich room that included a view across the city -- with a perfect look at the Vatican. The hotel's rooftop restaurant was exquisite and convenient for tired travelers. Everything was extraordinarily expensive, however. If price is not a problem and you're looking for a great view, a great restaurant, and convenient location... you've found it.

It should be noted that we stayed earlier in our trip at the moderate, but satisfying Hotel Concordia in Rome. We also spent very little time in our room there. My point being: If you're coming to see the sights, you can probably find something simpler than Eden. If you're coming for luxury, Eden is a great choice.

Excellent Hotel, but very formal and expensive.

from A TripAdvisor Member
The standards at Hotel Eden were very high, truly a five star hotel. The lobby was gorgeous, the rooms very large with beautiful marble bathrooms. However, with so much to see in Rome, it's not necessary to spend so much money on a room. The rooms are not only expensive (!), but the restaurant is astronomically pricey. I enjoyed the stay, but would look for better value somewhere else next time.

good but not worth the price

from 1966traveler
The hotel is well appointed and in a good location near the Spanish steps, but at over $500 Euros, it was not worth the price. There is a nice view from the restaurant and bar, and the service is good. We were stressed out and tired after driving from Florence, hitting a lot of traffic in Rome before getting to the hotel, so we were thrilled when the doorman said he would handle returning our rental car to Hertz. We just handed him the keys, and he took care of it. The concierge was also helpful. But they nickel and dime you (telephone calls, minibar, internet access, etc.), and overall we did not experience the "WOW" factor we expected at such a premium price. We spent two other nights at Hotel Ponte Sisto at half the price and felt it was a much better deal.

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Worst tourist trap - Il Tavernetta on Via Sistina Avoid this one like the plague!! They charge extras on everything - bread which you are given without asking for is 1.50 Euro per person. House wine tastes like donkey pee. 15% "Tax" which is undoubtedly a service charge. Bad food, sleazy waiters, just plain AWFUL!! If you don't believe me, Google the name... AVOID!!!!

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  • Address: 49 Via Ludovisi - Rome - 00187 - Italy
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