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A rather grand affair that plays host to Rome's hottest celebrities and most exclusive clientele, the Residenza di Ripetta is the place to stay if you're after VIP treatment and a place to brush shoulders with the stars. Central location, spacious rooms and a delightful private garden are all features of this prestigious hotel. Come prepared for grand hallways, contemporary art lining the walls and corridors and cosy corners to relax in.

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      RESIDENZA DI RIPETTA   -   © Marco Toninelli EasyVoyage

    • Hotel Residenza di Ripetta

      RESIDENZA DI RIPETTA   -   © Marco Toninelli EasyVoyage

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    Location 6.06 /10

    Situated on Via di Ripetta, Via del Corso's slightly quieter neighbour, this hotel can only be described as right in the middle of things. The throbbing streets provide shopping, hidden churches and strange buildings to wander into at your leisure, whilst only a short walk away are some of the most famous attractions that Rome has to offer. The Spanish Steps are around a five minute walk away and claim the title of the widest staircase in Europe. Here you will also find the Spagna metro station. It is good to know that Rome's metro system is not particularly extensive but buses and trams will take you to most of the main centres and taxis are plentiful though a little expensive.

    Follow the Via del Corso to its very end and you eventually reach the Vittoriano Palace, in all its marble glory. Many of the locals detest the building itself but it does provide magnificent (and free) views over the city, especially at sunset. From there, you need only cross the road to find the Roman Forum and walk a couple of minutes more to find yourself in front of the crumbling Colosseum.

    Accommodation 8.20 /10

    The real selling point to this hotel's rooms and suites is that some are equipped with a kitchenette, allowing you the freedom to eat what you want, when you want. This set-up works very well for families, especially with young children, who need to be prepared for odd or regular meal times. The decoration in each room is unique, with some beautiful pieces of antique furniture and large beds. To fit the deep wooden antique furniture, the bedrooms sport lusciously soft carpets and curtains in rich blues and reds. The walls and bed sheets however, are lighter so as not to distract from the furniture. Guests have a possibility of nine different categories to choose from - each category is split into either royal or executive, royal rooms having been refurbished in 2011 and executive rooms offering a more dated option. Though the royal bathrooms are obviously a little fresher, all are light marble and white porcelain features. Though all are different shapes, they are a good size and exceptionally clean, with large mirrors and plenty of light. Baths and showers feature throughout, with the possibility of two bathrooms in some suites. In the more luxurious rooms, bathrobes and slippers are provided, whilst a range of Penhaligon's products are on offer throughout. For families, the deluxe apartment is recommended, spread over two floors and with plenty of space for children to play and adults to relax. Room service is available from 7:00am-10:30pm, offering a range of snacks, cocktails and other alcoholic and soft drinks.

    Overview 9.20 /10

    The Residenza di Ripetta, with its 69 rooms, is the perfect halfway house between a large chain and a smaller boutique hotel. Be prepared for grandeur as you enter the large, high-ceilinged lobby with its strange mix of modern and renaissance art. To the left are the conference suites and meeting rooms whilst turning right takes you into a small living room, maintained in a 17th century style and dimly lit, with large portraits adorning the walls. Through the living room is the Café di Ripetta, the hotel's American bar which offers a comfortable and relaxed place to dine in the evenings. The inner garden is just a little further on and completely concealed from the busy street. During the summer, it is used as part of the restaurant but is always equipped with wicker furniture and comfortable cushions from which to enjoy the well-tended greenery. To really complete the serenity of your stay, ask for a room looking out onto it. The staff, though sometimes a little busy, are generally helpful and service in the restaurants is very professional, though lacking somewhat in friendliness.

    Food and drink 7.70 /10

    Breakfast at the Residenza di Ripetta is served from 7:00am-10:00am in the hotel's restaurant as a buffet-style continental breakfast, with tea, coffee and other hot drinks all available. For the evenings, the Ripetta offers its clients a relaxed yet intimate dining option in the form of the Café di Ripetta. Taking the style of an American bar, the Café holds 33 people for a dinner service only and provides a typically Italian menu with an artistic twist in the presentation of the dishes. The restaurant is remarkably small but feels cosy and homely, with plenty of soft furnishings and antique furniture. The bar is directly connected to the restaurant through a small archway and is similarly decorated in warm, sombre colours and antique paintings for the walls. During the rest of the day, the bar serves light snacks and salads, as well as a large selection of exotic-sounding cocktails.

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    This 17th century hotel stays true to its beautiful original architecture, despite the fact that it was renovated in 2011. Its style is certainly unique, combining the 1600s architecture with splashes of modern art by world famous artists throughout the communal spaces - a combination that can look slightly odd and unnatural at times! The hotel's highlight is its delightful inner garden, open for dining during the spring and summer months and providing the perfect setting for a light lunch or romantic dinner. Heaters are provided if it becomes chilly and the menus are varied and the food of a good quality. The hotel also has a garage, which offers reduced rates to guests wanting to park there and provides a valet service if desired. Wi-Fi is free in common areas of the hotel but there is a charge to extent it to individual rooms and suites.


    • Car park
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning
    • Spa

      Turkish bath, wellness

    • Animals allowed
    • Safe
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Meeting room


    • Garden restaurant
    • Original 17th century architecture


    • Staff can seem preoccupied

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