Breathe in the history of the Eternal city from the 5* Anantara Palazzo Naiadi Rome Hotel. With the perfect centric location for both leisure and business, this 19th century marble palace hotel is situated on the majestic Piazza della Repubblica, right in front of the famous Diocletian Thermal Baths dating from 306 BC and just a stone’s throw from the city’s iconic monuments close to Rome’s most iconic attractions including Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum, the main Opera House and right in front of the Roman Diocletian Thermal Baths a short walk to the bohemian Monti district, ideal for alfresco coffee, local food and unique fashion stores strategically located in Piazza della Repubblica, walking distance from Termini station and just 30-minutes from the airport by car.
The five-story hotel’s 238 rooms, range from comfortable rooms and spacious duplex suites to a presidential apartment, and are elegantly designed in a Neoclassical style with the perfect ambiance to relax or stay connected while experiencing Rome from a unique and authentic perspective rooms have stunning views over the historical Diocletian Thermal Baths, the Basilica of St Mary of the Angels and the Martyrs, and the Naiadi Fountain tea and coffee-making facilities, luxury amenities, and complimentary Wi-Fi come as standard connecting and family rooms are available.
47 Piazza della Republica Central Station Rome 00185 Italy
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One of the best hotel experiences I have ever had, and there have been many. Every aspect of the hotel is excellent, especially the staff. The comfort of guests is clearly their top priority. The location near Termini station is convenient and a wonderful spot from which to enjoy Rome. The hotel is an oasis; rooms are comfortable and spotless; the public spaces and bars/restaurants are inviting and luxurious.
Earlier this month I spent seven nights at the Anantara Palazzo. I do not think I have ever stayed in a hotel whose parts all worked together so seamlessly to enhance the hotel experience. * The doormen who never failed to offer first a greeting and then a supportive arm to the man with a bad leg; * the concierge desk, whose members handled the ordinary (restaurant and shopping recommendations), the extraordinary (last minute hotel reservation in Milan when travel complications arose) and the astonishing (detailed and obviously heartfelt discussion of sometimes obscure sites of classical antiquity), all offered in Italian or in flawless English or—in one memorable instance—in Latin, and all offered with precision, grace and impeccable courtesy; * a reception station which, with limitless smiles and patience, never tired of changing ten and twenty euro notes for the hapless American who could never seem to keep “moneta” in his pocket; * a housekeeping group that was meticulous, professional and unobtrusive; [I am happy to mention this because we often underestimate how crucial this component is for a successful hotel stay.] * and an executive in the hotel who had, I am sure, heavy operational responsibilities yet who was “present” enough to make sure that hotel guests, from international ambassadors to casual vacationers, had just the right hotel resources at their disposal. This is a hotel that works!
This hotel surpassed my expectations. The room was fantastic, we travelled with our 16year old son and we were given a single pull out bed for him and a king size in the mezzanine of the same room. Fab views out our our room over the square. Massive windows so you could see from upstairs too. Beautiful clean room with all the amenities we could want with plenty of space. Breakfast was superb, lovely direct from the kitchen menu, very attentive staff, also a lovely buffet to start on before you food from the kitchen arrives. It was central enough for us to walk to some places or catch a very reasonable taxi to others when not in the mood to walk 50 mins. I would highly recommend this hotel if you are accustomed to staying in 5 star hotels