Veneto Hotel

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Veneto Hotel

, Rome
3 star

Rooms: 123

63 Via Piemonte - Rome - 00187 - Italy Hotel Website | | 6487801
430 Traveller

Reviews - Veneto Hotel

10/10
The Veneto is Value for Money
Submitted by: Davide in 17/10/05
  • Age Group: 26 - 30
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
Superb downtown hotel located only a few minutes walk from the Spanish Steps and other lovely attractions in Rome. We booked directly with the hotel taking advantage of their stay 4 pay 3 special offer. I would certainly return to this hotel which curiously enough is run by a Scottish company.
10/10
Everything we were looking for
Submitted by: Elizabeth Burke in 01/07/05
  • Age Group:
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Culture Vulture
We found and booked the Hotel Veneto on the internet. We definitely plan to return. The locatin was great, about a block from the Via Veneto, enough stuff in walking distance to occupy us for ten days and still leave lots to see and do on the next trip. The staff were very friendly and helpful and everything was as expected. We recommended the hotel to a friend who loved it and plans to return also. Altogether a winner.

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Historical Traveller Reviews of Veneto Hotel

A Most Pleasant Stay At The Hotel Veneto

from A TripAdvisor Member
In March 2005, on my first trip alone since my husband's death, I could not have chosen a better hotel than the Veneto. The desk clerks made reservations, offerred advice, and were most amiable and kind at all times. The cleaning and support personel were eager to assist, and just delightful. They were all enthusiastic about helping me with Italian language skills.
Breakfast is just what one expects in Italy - cornetti, juice, cereal, etc., and they will gladly brew a cappuccino upon your request. The breakfast room has a breathtaking view.
The location is perfect for walking to the Villa Borghese Park, via Veneto, Spanish Steps, and scores of other attractions. If needed, there is a bus stop right outside the hotel.
My room was on the small side, but spotless, as is the entire hotel.
My experience at the Hotel Veneto was most positive ; I am looking forward to returning.

nice but staff could care less

from A TripAdvisor Member
No area to move about in small lobby. No help available to give directions as desk person was too busy to bother .Room very clean and quiet-but tiny.

quaint and lovely location

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at this lovely quaint hotel in a prime location after New Year's (2005) with our adult sons. We had 2 rooms that were not as described. My husband and my room had a foul smell of mildew. We should've changed rooms, but keep thinking it would get better. Our fault.
We liked the fact that the hotel was located near the famous Via Veneto and Spanish Steps. It also had wonderful local restaurants all within steps of the hotel.
The front desk staff left a little less than to be desired. For suggestions of places to go, restaurants, etc, they were not the friendliest or helpful. That wasn't our normal experience with other European hotels.

not so good

from A TripAdvisor Member
small rooms and the smell was terrible throughout the whole hotel. the noise of the street was barely tolerable. not located near any of the sights we wanted to see. the worst was the breakfast, coffee from a machine(yechh) Juice from amachine,plain old bread and butter. no variety. More like a two star hotel. I don't recommend.You can find better for the same price.

Lovely Location and Cheap to Boot

from A TripAdvisor Member
102 euro per double room during the low season is a great price for any hotel so close to the main attractions. the breakfast wasnt great in fact it was terrible but the cleanliness and quietness of the room plus the superb location mean that I would recommend this hotel to anyone travelling on a low to medium budget.

Romeantics

from A TripAdvisor Member
I could not recommend this hotel enough- it's really inexpensive and it's just fantastic. The location is perfect - a 15 minute walk from the Trevi and Spanish Steps and only 25 mins walk from Pantheon and Piazza Navona. It's a perfect base for exploring Rome. Also- really close to the bus stop- you can get on the bus to any tourist location in Rome.... it's just fantastic!!!!! If you are going to Rome and you are not a millionaire... I would definately consider this hotel!!! Also really close to some fantastic restaurants

not so hot

from MargaretGalilee
When we arrived late in the evening, we were greeted by a receptionist who seemed to wish that he were somewhere else. When we entered our room, we too wished we were somewhere else. Although the sheets were clean, and the bathroom was passable, the room was cramped, dark and depressing with old wallpaper that smelled of cigarette smoke. The wardrobe was missing a door, revealing a dubious pile of old blankets. Breakfast might have been more palatable if the liquids which spurted out of machines had born some resemblance to orange juice or coffee... The best thing about this hotel is the location, which is excellent and the only probable explanation for the price.

Nothing Special but Clean!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at Hotel Veneto from October 15-23, 2004. The room was clean, albeit small and somewhat dark. The furniture in the room was well used, and the TV reception wasn't great, though it was nice to have CNN World. The water pressure on the shower was good, and we did have a shower curtain. The free breakfast was okay - croissants, cereal and yogurt - and the staff will prepare you a fresh cappuccino or espresso if asked. The front desk staff was somewhat abrasive, but helpful if pushed. Hotel Veneto is a pretty standard European value hotel, but not somewhere that you want to spend your time hanging out.

Faulty Towers

from A TripAdvisor Member
Myself and a colleague were attending a wedding in Rome for 4 days in Sept 2004. The hotel booking was made through the hotel web site but on arrival there was no record of my booking. First of all the manager abandoned me, mid discussion, to deal with other guests, leaving me wondering if I had a place to stay, and then he argued with me that I had no booking even though I was holding up my booking confirmation sheet. Eventually he gave in and us a room. After refusing to accept the first room, due to the smell, the second room was small and dark but clean. The two single beds in the room were tiny and uncomfortable. The bathroom was also tiny and there was no shower guard which meant that the floor was covered in water after a shower. On two out of the four nights there was no hot water in the room. Breakfast was awful, how hard is it to make a pot of coffee!! Based on euro prices and value for money this hotel is a rip off. The best thing about this hotel was leaving it. I would never stay there again.

No frills value hotel

from SiThompson
We wanted a cheap, no-frills hotel for a long weekend sightseeing trip of Rome in July 2004. The room was clean and comfortable, although the furniture was a bit second hand and the TV reception was poor. For me, these are not too important, and the bed was large and comfortable, and the staff were largely helpful and friendly
Do not be sold on the location of this hotel, it is a 20 minute walk to the Trevi Fountain and requires bus / cab to get to other major places of interest. Overall, this is a quality budget hotel in a relatively quiet part of Rome.

Top Local Tips for Rome

DON'T do it.... Don't fall for the restaurants that you see in the tourist areas. You can have an " ok" diner, but you will pay big time for drinks. Review the menu and review the prices for service and drinks. Biggest mistake on Via Veneto is restaurant Ciao Bella (we could've known by the name). Cheapest bottle of really bad wine is €40,-. Service is bad and tables are bad. Try to find places that are off the tourist track. Ask your hotel, they should be able to tell you. And ask where they would go for diner. One place that was good for regular, fast easy, and cheap food was a restaurant locally known as Est Est Est officially it is called Da Ricci. Location Via Genova (end of the street) it's near Piazza Republica.

Avoiding lines at the Colosseum A ticket bought at either the Colosseum or Palatine Hill gives you entrance to the other. To avoid the long ticket line at the Colosseum, buy your ticket at Palatine Hill (about a five minute walk from the Colosseum entrance). Spend some time walking around Palatine Hill, checking out the ruins of the emperor's palaces and overviewing the Roman Forum. Then, get in line at the Colosseum. The first line is to get through security. Once you get through that, go into the left hand line. The line on the right is to buy tickets. The line on the left is for groups and people with tickets. You'll save yourself a lot of time. Courtesy of Ricks Steves.

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  • Address: 63 Via Piemonte - Rome - 00187 - Italy
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