I have very good memories of this hotel. I visited years ago and the room and service were both marvelous. It’s practically on top of the [poi=240]Trevi Fountain[/poi] and the Barberini metro station. There are lots of bars, restaurants, and pizza to-go places in the neighborhood. The building is old but renovated and elegant, with high ceilings and luxurious common areas. We got assigned an enormous triple room with basic furniture, but it was clean and comfortable. The bathroom is what really stood out: two sinks, sterling marble, and a large shower. Despite being close to Trevi Fountain, we didn't notice any outside noise. Not all the rooms are as nice nor have the same level of refinement as ours, so I guess we got lucky. The breakfast buffet is standard for a European 3-star hotel.
This is the only hotel overlooking the stunning Fontana di Trevi. Obviously, I can only recommend the rooms that overlook the fountain; the others don't have the same quality : price ratio. It's awesome to look out of your window and see the fountain, but other than that, the hotel is ideally located for visiting all the historic hot spots in Rome. Nothing is more than a few minutes' walk away. I came here to celebrate my 11th wedding anniversary, looking for something special for a romantic weekend with my wife, and I assure you it was a success. We'll be back when we have another chance to get away, but only if we can be sure we'll get room 105 again! Here's a photo taken from the room.