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Tucked away down a small yet exclusive street not far from the Spanish Steps, the Mario de' Fiori 37 is a couple's paradise. Charming, comfortable and beautifully private, there is nowhere better to secret yourselves away for a weekend or longer in the heart of Rome. Similar in style to its two sister hotels (Babuino 181 and Margutta 54), Mario de' Fiori marries medieval with contemporary Rome. Original wooden beams protrude from the ceilings and the suites are full of quirky little niches and corridors. It may be old, but guests are treated to real roman luxury for the duration of their stay. Staff are wonderfully welcoming and accommodating, making this old style townhouse one of the most romantic get-aways in Rome.

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    Location 7.01 /10

    In keeping with its two sister hotels, Mario de' Fiori 37 is again named after its address - an extremely helpful guide when it comes to navigating your way through Rome's criss-crossing back streets and chaotic main roads. As well as its useful name, the hotel is also located in one of the most exclusive and well-placed neighbourhoods that the city has to offer. Only two minutes from the Spanish Steps in the North Centre district, you are within walking distance of all Rome's main attractions, including the Colosseum, Roman Forum, Vittoriano Palace and plenty of stylish shops, restaurants and bars. Staff are happy to make recommendations depending on what you want to taste or the atmosphere you're looking for - and there are plenty of options! If you don't fancy walking, Spagna metro station is just around the corner and will take you to the heart of the ancient centre (Colosseum and Forum), as well as the Termini train station.

    Accommodation 9.20 /10

    Mario de' Fiori is comprised of seven suites, making it the middle in size between its two sister hotels. Four types of suite await you, Double Deluxe, Studio, Junior Suite or the exclusive Rooftop Suite. A combination of wooden and tiled floors, exposed beams and stylish rugs give the rooms such a charming feel that you'd be forgiven for not actually leaving. The luxurious king-size beds don't help either and can be split into twins on request. Complimentary tea and coffee is provided via a Nespresso machine, as well as a mini bar. Sky TV and iPod docking stations are present in all rooms, giving the hotel a subtle modern flare. The bathrooms are beautifully decorated with large, marble showers and/or baths. They come fully equipped with all the products, bathrobes and towels you could possibly desire, as well as the usual hairdryer. Wi-Fi is provided free of charge throughout the rooms, for guests to use as much or as little as they want. The larger suites come equipped with a small living area complete with beautifully comfy sofas and armchairs, orchids and huge candles to create a soft, homely charm.

    Overview 8.70 /10

    The warmest of welcomes awaits you at Mario de' Fiori 37, from the moment you set foot in the sparklingly clean, comfortable lobby. Nestle yourself into the sofa with a magazine and enjoy the pleasant atmosphere, before being whisked up the narrow little staircase to your suite waiting just above. The stairs and the corridors can be a little hard to navigate, especially if you're unfortunate enough to cross someone coming the other way. Though there is a small lift, it is not ideal for a wheelchair and the narrow corridors would most likely cause access problems.

    Food and drink 7.70 /10

    Though the hotel will provide guests with a continental breakfast in their room each morning, it doesn't actually have its own restaurant or breakfast room. If you don't fancy room service and a short stroll before breakfast, all guests are welcome over at Babuino 181 to start the day on their rooftop terrace, and bright and airy affair with plenty of choice. Fresh fruit, pastries, cheeses, meats, bread and cereals, along with tea, coffee and juices are all served until 10.30am. Guests Mario de' Fiori 37 can head to the Babuino terrace at any time, including to the bar which is open until 9pm.

    To know

    Via Mario de' Fiori, though a tiny cobbled street, is a constant bustle of people, taxis and scooters. So you can imagine how easy it is to pass by the tiny little entrance and be swept on by the rush of those around you. Approach from Via Condotti and keep an eye out on the right hand side for the beautiful old style townhouse that dates back to 1658. Its exterior charm and interior design gives the hotel the impression of being caught between past and present. Spread out over three floors, the hotel used to have 14 rooms in a slightly more 'spartan' style than the luxury it provides now. It was renovated in 2009 and all suites are now spacious, comfortable and unique. Parking is not available, given its extremely central location, but the metro is on your doorstep, as well as taxis and a wide range of buses, trams or even Segways!

    Equipment

    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning

    advantage

    • Perfect for couples
    • Private
    • Welcoming staff
    • Good location

    disadvantages

    • No restaurant
    • Not disabled friendly

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