Hotel De Russie Hotel 5 star
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The Hotel de Russie is one of the grand hotels in Rome with a garden. A privilege that is all the more remarkable because this garden, which backs on to the Monte Pincio (the hill leading to the Villa Borghese Park from the Piazza del Popolo), gives the impression of being in the very heart of the countryside. Perfect for getting away from the commotion and noise of Rome (which begins at the hotel door) whilst remaining just a few minutes by foot from Piazza di Spagna and the elegant shops in the area.

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      De Russie   -   I. Lubinetsky/Easyvoyage

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    • Location

      5.67 /10
    • Accommodation

      9.20 /10
    • Overview

      9.30 /10
    • Food and drink

      9.20 /10
    • To know

    • On the Via del Babuino, Piazza del Popolo side. The closest underground station is Spagna, at the other end of the Via del Babuino (5 to 10 minutes on foot depending on the number of passers-by - the pavements are narrow, and there is thick traffic in the street).
      Fiumicino airport is 16 mi away; and Ciampino 9 mi away. Allow for a 45 minutes trip for Fiumicino, and 30 minutes for Ciampino.

    • The 122 rooms and suites are distributed over the six floors of the building, with an orientation over the hotel's garden (the favourite view; however, the others are just as nice), a private cul-de-sac, or the Via del Babuino. For families, the executive suites have two separate areas to accommodate parents and children comfortably (4 people). Regarding the size, the accommodation is spacious from the 1st category ("classic" room of 30 m2). Bathrooms decorated in travertine marble and borders in mosaic (or tiles in black and gold mosaic, green and white marble, depending on the categories), hairdryer, bathrobes, and welcome products in the chain name (from 50 ml to 80 ml in the room or suite). Bedcover and furnishing fabrics merge a range of hints of soft beige, yellow, and green. You have the impression of being in a cocoon, particularly as the rooms are very well soundproofed. Amongst the equipment, you will see a flat-screen television, a minibar, air conditioning, and direct telephone.
    • The entrance is that of a luxury hotel, with reception on one side, lounge areas on the other, and the garden opposite, through a bay window. The furnishing, both eclectic and designer, has been thought out to the minutest detail. Observers will notice a work of art here, a glimpse of furniture from the 40s there; and others will find that the pastel green combined with black and grey hardly flatters the daylight. Fortunately, the artificial lighting has been well studied: from nightfall, the hotel changes. It is then that you see its real luxuriousness. While waiting for the evening, you will linger in the gardens, have a drink, eat a pastry, or simply read without being disturbed; you will also have time to try the spa area: a marine whirlpool bath is freely accessible here, like the sauna, Turkish bath, and the gym. The order in which you try out all this equipment is up to you.
    • The morning buffet converts the breakfast into a complete gastronomic meal. Set out on the 1st floor, in the middle of a room over the garden, it offers sliced ham and salmon, thick cream, smoked marlin, vegetable quiche, sliced seasonal fruit, fruit cake, pastries... However, there are no hot dishes, or fresh orange juice: only those used to "fried eggs with two slices of toast" will ask for anything other than the buffet (at an extra charge). To taste all this, sit preferably on the terrace, at the tables and chairs of wrought iron overlooking the garden. There is another terrace below: this is the bar. Brunch is served at midday (every day) in the form of a light buffet (mixed salads, pasta, desserts) for 30.70. A daily menu is also available in the restaurant (midday and evening, 3 seasonal dishes for 45.70). A la carte, it is more expensive (one dish costs around 35), however, the recipes make your mouth water: salmon with hollandaise sauce, pasta with broccoli and Italian sausage, poached eggs with truffles...
    • Located in an old building, the Hotel de Russie has been in the Rocco Forte Collection hotel chain since the year 2000, (date of the reopening of the hotel, following renovation and redecorating). Like all the hotels in this top-class chain, it has been labelled one of the Leading Hotels of the World.
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      All the rooms have a very pleasant view, a point which deserves to be emphasized. The best orientation is over the garden; the other bedrooms look over a private cul-de-sac bordered with houses painted in bright colours, or the length of the Via del Babuino, with its old buildings. There is one setback, however: the first floors have a more limited view, and if you open the windows on the Via del Babuino side, you are exposed to the noisy Roman crowd.
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    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      massage, beauty salon, sauna, hammam, keep fit, spa, Turkish bath

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      gym, mountain bike, fitness, sports

    • Ski zone
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Meeting room


    • The hotel has a private garden by the Monte Pincio.
    • There is a spa area with a salt water massage bath.
    • All the rooms and suites have a pleasant view.


    • It is located on a narrow and very busy street.
    • The cold lighting of the reception area in the daytime.

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