About Boutique Rome Inn
Boutique Rome Inn offers bright and spacious accommodations on the world-renowned Via Veneto street. Modern amenities, appliances, and decor are paired with elegant design elements, such as hardwood flooring and towering windows.
A satellite television, work desk, free WI-Fi access, air-conditioning unit, and en suite bathroom are provided in every room. Rooms are fitted with either a shower or tub.
Airport and city shuttles, 24-hour front desk assistance, ticketing services, luggage storage options, and babysitting are available at Boutique Rome Inn. An elevator and communal lounge are located on-site.
A continental breakfast buffet — consisting of cold entrees, pastries, fruit, hot beverages, and more — is available daily. Via Veneto is lined with upscale cafes, restaurants, and bars.
The Colosseum, Piazza di Spagna, Barberini Metro Station, and Trevi Fountain are within walking distance. With metro use, guests can reach the Palatine Hill, St. Peter's Basilica, and regional airports.
Perfect for walking tours.
This hotel is encircled by some of Rome's most renowned historical destinations, shopping areas, and cultural landmarks. Everything from cathedrals to metro stations are in the vicinity, and you'll be able to explore the city at your leisure without requiring a cab.
Fabulous breakfast spreads.
The breakfast options range from traditional Italian pastries to international side dishes, and they're joined by a vast selection of hot beverages and treats that you may not be able to find at surrounding cafes. It's well worth the price of admission, especially with the dining room's views.
Consistently spotless rooms.
The staff takes pride in ensuring that the guest rooms are meticulously clean. Amenities are constantly restocked, bathrooms are polished to a tee, and appliances are kept in great working order between guest visits.
Underwhelming air-conditioning units.
The air-conditioning in these rooms isn't powerful enough for comfort, especially in the height of Italy's summer season. The rooms often feel stifling as a result of insufficient cool air, no matter how small your room's dimensions are.
Lacking in soundproofing.
The hotel's walls are exceptionally thin, allowing far too much noise to pass through the building from guests and exterior traffic alike. If you're a sensitive sleeper this issue is even more pertinent, and in most cases, it can't be alleviated by simply changing rooms.
A challenge to locate.
The hotel itself is located on the upper floors of a larger building complex, which is already difficult to locate without assistance from the management team itself. Once you arrive, however, you'll need to navigate to a check-in area that's inconveniently separated from the actual rooms.