About Hotel Valentino Palace
Hotel Valentino Palace is a classically designed guest house located just minutes from Rome's historic Termini Metro Station. It offers antique decor alongside world-class dining and modern amenities.
All rooms at Hotel Valentino Palace feature free Wi-Fi access, a television, a private bathroom with designer toiletries, an air-conditioning unit, and elegant touches such as velvet drapes.
The guesthouse offers luggage storage services, elevator access, widespread soundproofing throughout the premises, deluxe suite packages, and special options such as the delivery of breakfasts to guest rooms.
Hotel Valentino Palace serves a variety of dishes for its breakfasts, including gluten-free meals, à la carte offerings, hot dishes, cereals, and a range of juices, teas, and coffees.
Rome Ciampino Airport, the Coliseum, Ostica Antica, the Palatine Hill, Trevi Fountain, and several other famous landmarks in Rome are accessible by car, bicycle, or metro stops.
The dinner service at Valentino Inn truly highlights the skill of the chefs and their commitment to quality, as most of the dishes are a fantastic sampling of Italian cuisine as well as dishes from international cultures. The food is made to order and prepared with fresh ingredients each night.
Valentino Inn benefits from being so close to the metro stations and major cab lanes of Rome, allowing you to visit almost anything within the city during your stay. Its nearness to the train lines also ensures that you'll be able to explore the region and countryside, if you so choose.
Modern fixtures and touches.
While the feeling of Valentino Inn is decidedly classic and antique, the fixtures, appliances, and overall design of the building is modern enough to feel clean and welcoming. You won't find old linens or mattresses within your room, nor outdated plumbing.
The Wi-Fi at Valentino Inn is almost unusable, due to its weak signal and the slow speed of the network. Unless you use it solely for sending messages, you'll have trouble with its use, including downloading or uploading any kind of media.
The provided television is relatively small by current standards, and its set of channels is largely restricted to Italian. You'll be much better off relying on your mobile devices or laptop to access programming, since the signal for the television is often prone to interruptions.
Rome tends to be noisier than most Italian cities, largely due to its narrower streets and traffic. This is an unavoidable issue, but it can still be a problem in the hotel, regardless of the building's soundproofing.