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All reviewspiazza veneziatrevi fountaingreat locationwalking distancespanish stepsroman forumcentral locationrooftop terracearound the cornerwalked everywheremajor attractionsrooms are smallstayed here for nightstriple roomyogurtfourth floorbuffet breakfast
One of few hotels very near historical sites.
Hotel staff speaks serviceable english.
You can rent a PC with internet access in lobby for a reasonable price.
Breakfast was very good. Only 3 hot offerings but good quality and many other cold choices.
Mum (late 50's) and daughter (late 30's) on whirlwind tour for 3 days.....
Booked directly on their website, then rang for a discount....that worked but make sure you don't end up with an inferior room because of it (we didn't but I'm in the trade...More
Best Hotel in Rome! I booked the Cosmopolita based on the reviews at Tripadvisor and have never been so happy with a hotel. The location can't be beat - 5 minutes stroll to the Forum, 10 minutes to Trevi Fountain, 15 minutes to Spanish Steps,...More
We spent 7 nights at The Cosmopolita and had a wonderful experience. The hotel is located very centrally, making it easy to get almost anywhere on foot. The breakfast room had a great "continental breakfast" which included many breads, eggs, cheeses, meats, yogurt, 'you name...More
You could not ask for a better location. Minutes walk to all of the main attractions, Trevi Fountaion, Roman Forum, Collosseum, Pantheon, Spanish steps. We walked to the Vatican which didn't take us more tha twenty five minutes. We even walked to the Termini Station...More
A non-stop photo and souvenir opportunity, Trevi is all about action. From early morning through the wee hours, the piazza surrounding Trevi Fountain hosts a never-ending flow of tourists hoping to make a wish or take a selfie. Clever restaurants, charming gelaterias, uncanny bars, kitsch shops, and a range of hotels make up the local landscape. Beneath the bustle are the remains of an ancient neighbourhood that you
can visit by heading over to a repertoire cinema and asking for a peek underground. There is something for everyone, but if peace and quiet are what you seek, plan to visit in the early morning hours.
Yes there is a restaurant (maybe even two) right across the street from the hotel itself. And multiple others right around there. All are very traditional, family owned places. Enjoy rome, you will love it.