Rose Garden Palace Hotel

, Rome, Italy
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Rose Garden Palace Hotel

, Rome
4 star

Rooms: 63

19 Via Boncompagni - Rome - 00187 - Italy Hotel Website | | 6421741
197 Traveller

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Historical Traveller Reviews of Rose Garden Palace Hotel

Great hotel, great location

from A TripAdvisor Member
We have just come back from a 4 night stay at the Rose Garden. We had a wonderful time there.
The hotel is located just of Via Venetto which is a fabulous road with lots of top end restaurants and hotels. It's also in an idela position for sightseeing -Spanish Steps 10 mins, Trevi Fountain 15 mins, Piazza Novona 20 mins.

We had a delux room which was huge (not sure of how big standard size is), bed were very very comfortable and we slept very well. Bathroom was clean and had a great shower. We also had a walk in wardrobe. The rooms was very quiet and we had no street or other noise from round the hotel.

Spa pool was fine for a post walking dip and we also used the sauna and gym (small but good).

Yes breakfast is very good!!! I'ts not huge but everything is fresh, there are lots of choices of cereals, breads and pastries, fruit and hot options.

The bar and reception areas are very nicely decorated, modern but not cold. All round the hotel are pieces of modern art.
The staff were great for locating and making reservations at restaurants (infact they went out of their way to find us somewhere good and still open when we arrived very late after flight delays and were very hungry having not had dinner).

We walked past many other hotels and we both felt ours looked the nicest plus it is just that bit smaller and more friendly. It's still very new and so everything is is good repair and working order.
I don't think we could have chosen better. It is a borderline 5* hotel and a lot cheaper than the Westin Excelsior round the corner. I can't recommend this place enough for a weekend in Rome, really fab place and a great find.

We would definately stay here again.

Breakfast at the Rose Garden Palace

from Holleeds
Whilst I agree with most of the positive comments of the previous Rose Garden Palace reveiwers, I have to say that we found the breakfast the most disappointing ever encountered. The choice was limited and the food tasteless. As for the service at breakfast, it was virtually non existence. On a positive note, the room was lovely and the hotel was beautifully decorated. I would consider staying there again, but woud eat at one of the nearby cafes.

Loved this hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
Although I stayed in this hotel two years ago when it was "newer" I have since been back to Rome and this was the most pleasureable stay in Rome I've had for my last three visits. The location is great and safe, you can walk everywhere, and I found a great hairdresser right up the block behind the hotel. Don't know his name but his great dane's name is Paolo. You can just walk to the door and he is very accommodating, will do your hair in a New York minute, reasonable prices, good styling and cut.

Wonderful full service modern hotel!

from Travelgirl78
This is an excellent full service hotel, across from the US embassy, in a posh part of Rome. We stayed here for 4 nights duirng the last leg of our 3 week trip.

During the earlier part of our trip, we stayed in small B&Bs which suited our needs perfectly. In Rome, however, it's very nice to come back to a full service, air conditioned, modern hotel, especially after a warm, hectic day full of seeing the sights.

The staff was supremely helpful, with questions regarding taxis, buses, the metro, getting directions, etc. The breakfast was bountiful, probably the most substantial during our entire stay, including eggs, meats, yogurt, cereal, juice, made-to-order cappaccino and expresso, and of course, the delicious pastries.

The room and bed were large, as was the very clean and modern bathroom.

We highly recommend this hotel!

Excellent Boutique Hotel

from casper04
Stayed one night at the Rose last week. I heard about it from the American Express Platinum/ Departure Magazine and read the reviews on this site before booking it. I have to say that aside from St Regis Grand (my fav hotel)-- this is the hotel I am going to stay at from now on. If it was a bigger hotel, it would def be a 5 star. The staff that checked me in was very nice and professional. The room was better than I expected. Nice size, great mahogany closet and marble bathroom. The only bad thing was the night/morning staff (I think it was a manager) he was very snooty. Distance to spanish steps is about 10-15min walk which is not so bad. I suggest walking because you pass some great restaurants on the way. There is cab stand down the block. Valet parking for 30 euros a night. Hope this helps.

Wonderful and Welcome Surprise!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Thanks to reviews of others on Trip Advisor, we booked a short one night stay at the Rose Garden Palace. We wanted to be close to the train station but not too close. This hotel was beautiful and quiet! We arrived early and were told our room would not be ready for a couple of hours. They accomodated our luggage, offered us breakfast, and took our belongings to the room while we were out touring and having lunch. When we arrived back at the hotel, we realized we had been upgraded to a suite. The room was fabulous--huge by Rome standards, remote control everything--lights, drapes, TV--, beautiful furnishings, and crsip linen sheets. The air conditioning was the best we experienced in the 2 1/2 weeks we were in Italy. It was great! We are from Atlanta and know and appreciate good air conditioning.

The immediate area around the hotel is quiet. The strongly guarded American Embassy is across the street. You need to only walk a couple of blocks to be right in the heart of things.

The breakfast was more than expected and included hot items--scrambled eggs, bacon, etc. Very good and served in a lovely garden room.

The staff was gracious and even tolerated our attempts at Italian. They need not have because they were fluent in English.

Hope to go back and spend more time at the Rose Garden.

Great Hotel!!!!!!

from NYCshopper
RGP Has a great location right off the Via Veneto and close to the Spanish steps and Borghese Gardens. Staff could not be nicer and they reccommended restaurants which were great and filled with locals. Most rates are inclusive of breakfast which was excellent with hot and cold foods and was more American then European....eggs, bacon, etc.

Newly Renovated this is an old palace.....Room was very cool.....spacious and airy with high ceilings and white stone tiled bathroom with Venetian accent tiles, bidet, deep tub etc. Beds were very comfortable and the beds had linnen/cotten sheets which I have not slept on in years.....they were great. AC worked well, our room was quiet even though on the second floor and we loved it.

Rose Garden palace is 4 star by all means and we would definitely stay here again upon our return.


would love to return to the rose garden

from milseain
My husband and iIhad a wonderful few days in Rome in feb 2005. The rose garden hotel is well located about ten min walk to the the top of the spanish steps, just off the via veneto of dolce vita fame. The hotel was spotless, comfortable rooms, very stylish in a classy way. Excellent buffet brekfast. Friendly and helpful staff at the desk who booked restraunts for us each evening.I would definitely stay again if I return to rome which I certainly hope to do. Rome is a wonderful city and a place I hope to visit with my children.

a bed of roses!

from A TripAdvisor Member
This hotel is great!!!! We stayed hear for our honeymoon in September 2004.

The staff were really helpful. We had friendly hotel drivers for the transfer to and from the airport, they even played franks sinatra music for us.

The hotel is in a good area opposite a police station and the American embassy, so in other words very safe. A three min walk to via vento and a 10min walk to the Spanish steps, and the shopping district.

We had a huge room, which was clean and tidy. The food in the hotel was fantastic (but expensive) The gym and pool area were also very clean and very relaxing.

If your reading this thinking about staying, I say go for it!! you shouldn't be disappointed!

Not the usual classic 4 star hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
We spent a week at Rose Garden Palace and probably it was the best hotel we stayed at. It is a very original hotel perfectly located close to Via Veneto. The breakfast was great. The rooms are actually very well furnished and the staff helpfull. The large jacuzzi in the beauty center is simply fantastic.
Through reservationitaly, we got a special minimum stay offer.
We also recommend the restaurant Costanza in Campo De Fiori. Everybody should taste their fabulous entrance.

Top Local Tips for Rome

Crossing the road in rome! Our trip from the airport to the hotel was an adventure. I dont think there are any rules of the road in Rome. There must be no speed limit, no lanes and no parking rules. Crossing the road was like the M4 motorway with lots more scooters and Biks. Basically we found a trick, find a roman/italian crossing the road and follow them, you will find they cross like there is nothing coming just walk safely and carmly across the road I think If you totter and hover at the side of the road it only confuses them! Dont take any notice of the crossings because they dont!

The queuing Get to all attractions as early as you can. The queues can be very long (especially for the colloseum and vatican). There are tour guide touts outside major attractions and it is worth taking these tours if only to jump a lot of the queue. For example, at the Vatican, you have to queue for the Sistine Chapel and then again for the Basilica of St Peter. By joining a tour, you queue for just one attraction and if the tour is already near an entrance, you can join at the front of the queue.

Private car from airport Use the Rose Garden Palace's private car service at 65 euros.


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  • Address: 19 Via Boncompagni - Rome - 00187 - Italy
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