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Hotel NH Leonardo Da Vinci Hotel 4 star
Via Dei Gracchi 324 00192 Rome, Italy -
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As with most large chain hotels, the NH Leonardo da Vinci is efficiently run, strategically placed and slightly impersonal. Dealing mostly with business clientele during the week, the hotel becomes more leisure based at the weekend, creating two entirely different atmospheres depending on when you are staying. But whatever purpose you have in Rome, the hotel provides a perfect location from which to get to know Rome. A good night's sleep is guaranteed here, in one of Rome's upmarket, peaceful areas.

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      NH Leonardo Da Vinci   -   © Marco Toninelli EasyVoyage

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      NH Leonardo Da Vinci   -   © Marco Toninelli EasyVoyage

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    Location 5.67 /10

    Just a short distance from Piazza del Popolo, one of the famous old gates into Rome, the NH Leonardo da Vinci is located on a quiet, residential street, far from the hustle and bustle of the city centre. A five minute walk away is Lepanto metro station, providing cheap and easy access to the centre, including the Ancient quarter (where you will find the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, amongst other things), and the central Termini train station. You will also be able to reach the Vatican City, either on foot or by metro, to experience the wonders of St Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel and the Vatican museums.

    Accommodation 8.20 /10

    The hotel's 244 rooms are relatively generic in their minimalist design but all are an extremely good size, especially the bathrooms. The single, standard and some superior rooms are a little dated, having had their last refurbishment ten years ago. But although the rooms are simple, they are well-equipped and uncluttered with a spacious bed, plenty of cupboard space and desk. Large windows give plenty of natural light and the quiet, suburban neighbourhood outside means you're not disturbed, whatever time of day or night. The decoration is slightly softer than the severe dark colours of the communal areas, with lighter shades and pure white bed linen. The bathrooms are especially well-sized and all come with a bath/shower, large sink and complimentary Agua de la Tierra bathroom products. The mirror is large and well-lit and there is even a handy magnifying one for make-up precision.

    Overview 7.70 /10

    A professional atmosphere greets you as you walk into the NH Leonardo da Vinci. A large, open lobby and long reception desk are all kept immaculately tidy and decorated in simple, sombre shades with marble floors. Without many places in plain sight to sit and make yourself comfortable, either head to the reception desk or turn right into the hotel's restaurant/bar. A huge room, spanning almost the entire length of the bottom floor of the hotel, guests can choose to sit at the bar, grab a table in a secluded corner or take a small table by the large glass windows for a view onto the quiet road outside. Similarly to the lobby, the decoration is minimalistic, with suave leather armchairs. Newspapers are provided in a variety of languages and Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel if you need internet access for either work or leisure. There is a small, covered, outside seating area, open in summer and shielded from the road by large potted plants. On the eighth floor, you will find the fitness room, free for guests to use and with a good range of up-to-date machines and weights. Renovated in 2010, the room is still fresh and relatively peaceful with wooden floors and large windows providing excellent views out over Rome.

    Food and drink 6.70 /10

    The restaurant on the ground floor also doubles as the hotel's breakfast room and always has space, even during breakfast rush hour. A complimentary buffet breakfast is provided every morning between 6:45am and 10:00am (11:00am and 12:00pm on Saturdays and Sundays respectively), with plenty of hams, cheeses, eggs, bacon, sausages and fresh fruits and juices. The atmosphere is light and casual for the morning sitting, as people stroll around to select their breakfast. For the other two servings, the atmosphere becomes more restaurant-like, with table service and a regional menu exhibiting the best in local flavours and meals. The service can be a little slow, even when the restaurant is quiet, which it often is. Though good for a quiet drink, the restaurant unfortunately provides little atmosphere and is not often busy at the weekends, when guests prefer to explore the city rather than stay within the confines of the hotel. The bar is located in the same large room, just off to one side. Though small, it has a large range of cocktails, wines, beers and other non-alcoholic drinks, served until 12:00am.

    To know

    Built around 50 years ago, this four-star hotel is simple yet stylish in its decoration and comfortable in its amenities. The hotel underwent its last refurbishment in 2011, when some of the rooms were given a soft refurbishment, including the bathrooms. Only 30 of the 90 superior rooms were refurbished, so it is worth requesting a refurbished one in case they have availability. Smoking and non-smoking rooms are available so make sure to specify, especially families with young children. Unfortunately, until further notice, the hotel's garage is closed for refurbishment and guests are asked to find alternative parking if they intend to bring a car.


    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Handicap access
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

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

    • Swimming pool
    • Sports equipment

      fitness, sports, tennis

    • Animals allowed
    • Hairdresser
    • Whirlpool bath
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room


    • Location
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    • No parking

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