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Air conditioning didn’t work properly in our room. Fortunately it wasn’t too hot. It wouldn’t have coped on the hottest of summer days. These need to be fixed it was poor
location was perfectly central, decor of the rooms was good and it felt like you had a mini apartment. Staff were super friendly and helpful.
Breakfast was OK .. but glad we were there for only 3 days as it was the same very day and would be a little boring any longer. For such an expensive hotel it is surprising that the 'breakfast included' room rate was only continental .. if you wanted anything extra (like a pancake etc) you had to pay extra. Location was nice and central but beware if you come over the weekend it is extremely noisy outside at night time .. think competing bars with all different types of loud music playing. We were on the first floor over looking the main street. Shame that they decided to charge c. 5Euros for a small bottle of water in the room. When you pay 700-800 per night you would at least expect complimentary water.
We liked: the general size of the suit as well as the deep comfy sofa in the living room and the attention to design & decoration.
We didn’t like: the small size of the bathroom and its poor facilities, size of the bedroom, lack of gym facility, noise from the inside of the hotel, lack of local knowledge by staff. Overall – no justification for the high price. Visitors should know that the area in which the hotel is located is loaded with tourists, including the noise they generate during the nights
Design and concept
Breakfast they need to make as exciting
The design of the hotel and the furnishings are truly unique and a design hotel.
The 35 Euro charge for breakfast is ridiculous; the variety presented is minimal, not even fresh. I travelled with local Italians who are related to me and they couldn't believe this 35 euro 'make extra money from tourists' trap. Please either include breakfast in the room rate, or take away this charge. Just this factor is the difference between me re-booking or not.
Located in Rome’s Piazza Navona, G-Rough hotel is every bit Roman—from the inside out. “We’re presenting a very Italian sense of luxury—one with history, design, and a touch of whimsy,” says entrepreneur Gabriele Salini, the bold visionary at work here. The hotel’s unconventional “Made in Italy” concept of luxury in the Piazza Navona showcases iconic Italian designers and brands from the 1930s to the 1950s, such as Ico Parisi, Gio Ponti, Venini, and Seguso. Here, their genius is celebrated within the antique frame of a Roman building from the 1600s. As such, the rooms at G-Rough are worthy of a veritable design museum. And with the help of a lifestyle manager or virtual butler, one easily finds the Rome of Romans.
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- Nice building
- Beautiful architecture
- Good furniture
- Good alcoholic drinks
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Most popular landmarks
- Piazza Navona 160 m
- Campo de' Fiori 221 m
- Pantheon 0,4 km
- Castel Sant'Angelo 0,8 km
- Isola Tiberina 0,9 km
- Altare della Patria 1 km
About the neighbourhood
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