Property Location: With a stay at Hotel Trevi in Rome (Rome City Centre), you'll be a 3-minute walk from Trevi Fountain and 8 minutes by foot from Pantheon. This hotel is 0.5 mi (0.8 km) from Spanish Steps and 0.7 mi (1 km) from Piazza Navona.
Rooms: Make yourself at home in one of the 69 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include phones and safes, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Amenities: Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless internet access and concierge services.
Dining: Take advantage of the hotel's room service. Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 7:30 AM to 10:30 AM for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities: Featured amenities include express check-in, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
General Policies & Fine Print
Checkin Instructions: Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policyGovernment-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental chargesSpecial requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteedThis property accepts credit cards; cash is not acceptedPlease note that cultural norms and guest policies may differ by country and by property; the policies listed are provided by the property
Special Checkin Instructions: Front desk staff will greet guests on arrival. This property comprises a main building and an annex building, 109 yards (100 meters) away. Guests booked in the Single, Standard Double, or Executive Double rooms may be assigned rooms in the main building or the annex building, depending on availability.
Know before you go: All guests, including children, must be present at check-in and show their government-issued photo ID card or passport. Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 5000, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation. Guests can arrange to bring pets by contacting the property directly, using the contact information on the booking confirmation (surcharges apply and can be found in the Fees section). This property advises that enhanced cleaning and guest safety measures are currently in place.Disinfectant is used to clean the property.Social distancing measures are in place; staff at the property wear personal protective equipment; a shield is in place between staff and guests in main contact areas; guests are provided with hand sanitizer.
Mandatory Fees: You'll be asked to pay the following charges at the property: A tax is imposed by the city: EUR 6.00 per person, per night, up to 10 nights. This tax does not apply to children under 10 years of age. We have included all charges provided to us by the property.
Optional Fees: Fee for buffet breakfast: approximately EUR 10 per person Pet fee: EUR 15 per pet, per dayService animals are exempt from fees Housekeeping is available for an additional fee Crib (infant bed) fee: EUR 16.0 per night The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.
Customer Ratings & Reviews
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating1440 reviews
Hotel was very dirty. Rooms were old and outdated. Carpets were soiled and stained. In our room the bathroom was up 5 stairs. Location was fabulous. The pictures on the website are very deceitful. Would not recommend for a long stay, thankfully only there for one night.
We enjoyed our stay but there are serious shortcomings here
I think I’ve hit it on the head in that I think I’m reviewing the place we actually stayed at. There’s quite a few hotel and B&B places named Trevi here and all are in alleyways close by. So the fact is we didn’t book this place rather it was part of a cruise holiday package and when we arrived we were really annoyed. I will be having blunt words with our travel agent shortly. We had hired a car that took us for the roughly hour long drive from Civitavecchia port to the hotel in Rome (€180) but it stopped in a lane way near to, but not at the hotel, so we had to haul our heavily laden cases down a narrow crowd - filled lane and turn left into a narrower not crowded lane to get to the smallest hotel check - in area I’ve ever seen. The chap at check-in seemed as if he should have retired about 12 years ago showing all the tell tale signs of genuine older age. He was very pleasant and really helpful but we were annoyed when he told us we wouldn’t be staying in the hotel due to overbooking rather we were being ‘upgraded’ to stay in a two room apartment accommodation 5 minutes away. We had been dispatched to a place with no lift and we were put on the 2nd floor up 20 or more very steep steps and a narrow stairwell, after negotiating a prison like heavy internal door to gain access to the room. It’s as well they had a chap to lug the luggage there and back over cobbled stones to the main hotel on departure. These stones twist ankles and wreck suitcase wheels. They are slippy when wet too. The apartment itself was cosy and compact and we enjoyed our stay there apart from the stairs that felt like climbing Everest’s foothills. We did trip over a stair just inside the doorway. The apartment had a bidet (yippee) air con (good) and a small fridge (useful) stocked with refreshments and the smallest shower I’ve ever seen but it was powerful with a rainfall shower and a separate shower head. Windows overlooked a busy street filled with restaurants, bars and cafes. The bed was cosy but we had no kettle. Our friends in the room adjacent did have one. We had to walk back to the hotel for rooftop brekky each morning - the brekky was very good but I don’t know how much the hotel stay cost so I can’t fairly reflect the stars against value. If it cost over €200 a night then the review would be barely 3 stars and breakfast 2 stars. The staff were all charm personified but the porter lugging the luggage was key to us. The hotel porter kept our luggage safe and the elderly chap organised a taxi for our departure on day 3 and as we waited we heard the spiel we got on arrival being smooshed to a young couple that had just arrived but these folks were being dispatched to a four star hotel over the river near the Vatican and were being assured that the restaurants over there were less expensive, darn good and much better than our location. Our city tax was €6 a person a day but theirs was €7 each a day as the hotel was four star. The chap at reception advised that the hotel would cover their taxi to their relocated place but that they would have to cover the extra euro per person per day city tax which they accepted but I wouldn’t have agreed as it’s the hotel that over booked so they take the hit. It’s not the charge it’s the principle. The free WiFi was excellent. The only other advice worth noting is that if you stay here expect unrelenting loud noise for 18/19 hours each day such is the popularity of the Trevi Fountain. Oh and when we walked out of the apartment on day one someone had just had her handbag stolen. This occurred 20 feet away from two useless cops sitting in a cop car being bone idle and not remotely a deterrent. .
Pics are not correct . Entrance down a back street and not nice .Then you get taken to another place for your rooms. The alarm in our room was pulled in the shower as I slipped and nobody came I could have been really hurt. No apology. No wardrobes . Breakfast was in a different building,7:30 till 10 but nothing left at 8:30 and was not refreshed.Bedding was not changed every day,Very noisy outside from 6:30 in morning .We stayed for 9 nights not good .
1 Star hotel … 2 at a pinch
Sadly, for the last hotel of our 6 weeks trip, this one was very much below the 3/4 star hotels we’d been in…. We arrived early (maybe that was our mistake), we were told, oh your early but that’s okay, there’s a room ready down the road… so, down we head, get in the door and find the elevator… luckily we didn’t have suitcases, one of us got in the elevator with our 2 carryon bags and backpack, the other walked the stairs… with the lift, if you don’t shut all 3 doors, any one else wanting to use it, can’t as it won’t move with the doors not shut. Our room was okay, at least the sheets and towels were very crisp and clean… the bathroom however, was smaller and hardly anywhere to put your toiletries bag, but the toilet was right beside the window, great except the curtain was so close to the toilet… “cringe”, we kept tying it up, the cleaners kept untying it. And while we say it was clean, some areas weren’t clean, maybe the cleaner couldn’t bend down? The aircon was on 24/7 you could not turn it off or change the temperature, we got caught in the rain and arrived back wet and cold, and got into the room and froze. Hubby had to go down the road and around the corner to the reception to ask how to work it (that’s because the phone didn’t work, oh and there’s no WiFi either, even though it’s advertised), reception had to turn the aircon for our room off, at reception… thank goodness, as it was really cold the night before and we’d actually opened the windows to let warm air in, because we couldn’t turn off the air con… what a waste!!! Breakfast, was a disaster, we were told to go to level one of the building we were in, no staff were there the first morning… and there was slim pickings and cold poached eggs… the coffee (machine type) was disgusting… the 2nd morning, there was a staff member there and I watched her clear the table after someone had left, wipe table and put the same dirty tablecloth back on… at least the eggs were warm that morning… also, add here how there was glasses for the fruit juice on our first morning, but the second morning totally replaced with plastic cups…… we didn't go back for the other two mornings, so really advise you not to waste your money, don’t book breakfast. It was sadly a big let down, as our travel agent had said how good it was and he’d said how good the dining area was and the food… yeah maybe at the actual hotel it may be, but certainly not at this other building… and I’ll add about paper thin walls, and very noisy with other guests arriving back late … if we ever go back to Rome, I’d be looking somewhere else… because for the amount of money we paid through the travel agency, we expected a 4 star hotel, and received a very low 2 stars, maybe we could say we’d only give it a 1…. The only thing it had going for it, was how close it was to the Trevi Fountain and other attractions….
Lovin the location….
Booked this hotel because of its location knowing it’s a boutique hotel and it was exactly as we expected so very happy… yes the rooms were small but they were modern and clean with a lovely bathroom but to step outside and walk a few metres to the Trive Fountain, perfect. The lift goes to the fourth floor with steps to the fifth floor for breakfast, and yes,l as per other reviews, the food selection is good, it’s the cramped feeling and having to move to let people in and out from their tables, only negative we had.. we would still recommend it.