Villa Pamphili Hotel

, Rome, Italy
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Villa Pamphili Hotel

, Rome
4 star

Rooms: 248

105 Via della Nocetta - Rome - 00164 - Italy Hotel Website | | 66602
494 Traveller

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Amazing Hotel
Submitted by: Dru in 15/09/08
  • Age Group: 18 - 25
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
I stayed at the Villa Pamphili during my 'London, Paris and Rome' tour. It was the best out of all three cities. The outdoor pool and patio was very beautiful. The rooms were clean. I loved this hotel and will stay there again if ever back in Rome!
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Haughty staff and bad, expensive food
Submitted by: Paula in 30/05/08
  • Age Group: 60 +
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Culture Vulture
This hotel is located in the countryside, outside Rome with absolutely NOTHING around it - no other place to eat, etc. We ate supper one evening in the restaurant - they encouraged us to eat the buffet for 28 Euros each - that's $44.80 each plus drinks. The food looked as if it had been sitting out for several hours, at the very least, and we don't eat $44.80 worth of food in a week so we ordered from the menu. I ate a plain, 12 inch, cheese pizza which cost 12 Euros ($19)and my husband ordered veal for 20 Euros. The veal was served so rare that blood ran out and filled the plate. When we later talked to some friends about the meal, they said they had eaten there, too, and had selected the buffet. They reported that the food was so cold it was inedible. When they ask that the food be heated the staff suggested that they select something else (equally cold) to eat. I would not recommend this hotel to anyone. Not only is everything overpriced, it is inedible. It's one thing to be ripped off, but quite another to be ripped off and to receive a useless product, too.
Best Of A Bad Situation
Submitted by: Brian in 05/10/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Family Traveller
We had booked our stay with the Atahotel Villa Pamphili months in advance through an online reservation service. Upon our arrival on a very hot, typical, Roman day and after a 70 euro cab ride we started the check in process. During this time my wife asked me to see if we could get our two rooms overlooking the pool. When I inquired I was told that the pool was closed and under construction for the remainder of the summer and that this had been the case since earlier in the year. Needless to say we were a bit upset. Two kids and a week in Rome in July with no pool. Having visited the Eternal City many times we knew this was a problem. The hotel staff handled the situation very professionally. There are only a few hotels in Rome with pools. The front desk personnel contacted a couple nearby and were able to find us accommodations with pool. They were gracious and understanding. If they treat people who are not staying with them in this manner, guests must be treated like royalty.
Beautiful and Set Apart
Submitted by: Liese Aufill in 24/07/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United States
  • Traveller type: Business Traveller
The hotel is beautiful, modern, comfortable, and well-staffed. The continental breakfast was somewhat better than most. The single drawback (for some) is its relative isolation from the center of Rome. It is on the west side of a large, walled park, making it impossible to walk from the hotel to points of interest. However, free shuttles service at 1/2-hour intervals into the city center are provided, as well as twice-daily free shuttle service to the airport. The pool is immense and well-maintained; the poolside chaise lounges are cleverly engineered with individual adjustable shades. There is a restaurant in the hotel, as well as a business center with 2 PC's--however, email access to both Yahoo and MSN accounts was blocked. Wireless internet (for fee) and wired access are both available in-room. I was very comfortable and slept well in the firm beds.

Top Local Tips for Rome

trastevere you will always enjoy small restaurants in the trastevere ... just go around st Cecilia or St Maria in Trastevere and you ll enjoy real roman dinner for the third of the price you ll pay in the overrated via veneto (take tram 8 from largo argentina near the church of Jesu)

Vatican Forget going in the morning - huge long ques - go in the afternoon!

be independent getting into the city from the Villa Pamphilli Atahotel without being dependent on the hotel shuttle was quite simple. As you leave the hotel walk to the right down the hill to the first street to the right, and walk to the traffic light - about 8-10 minutes total. From there, cross the street and take either the "H" bus or go up the hill just a bit and hop on the #8 tram into the city. Both opitions worked out great for us and allowed us to come an go as we pleased rather than depend on the shuttle.


Other names for Villa Pamphili Hotel

  • villa pamphili
  • atahotel hotel rome
  • atahotel hotel pamphili
  • Address: 105 Via della Nocetta - Rome - 00164 - Italy
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