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Marriott Grand Hotel Flora, Rome

Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora

Just inside the ancient city walls, the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora offers an elegant ambiance without feeling stuffy. A large marble lobby welcomes guests entering off the Via Veneto. Guests can linger over an extensive breakfast spread and plan their day from the seventh floor terrace, all while soaking in the sun-drenched views of Roman rooftops. The piano bar downstairs offers an excellent location right on the Via Veneto to enjoy a post-dinner digestivo before retiring. Just two minutes from the hotel, the Borghese Gardens offers a peaceful respite from the bustle of the city.

Our rating: First Class

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Rooms

The rooms of the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora are all comfortably decorated in a classic-contemporary style. Crisp white linens top plush beds, and bathrooms have been recently renovated in stylish white and green marble. Rooms have views onto the Via Veneto and the surrounding streets, and double glazed windows to promote a quiet sleeping environment. All offer air-conditioning along with a flat screen TV, mini-bar and safe.

Location

Located at the top of the famous Via Veneto, the Marriott Grand Hotel Flora offers a fashionable address in a central location. The entrance to the verdant Borghese Gardens is just a two minute walk from the hotel and the Spanish Steps can be reached in about fifteen minutes on foot.

Food and drink

A buffet breakfast is served on the seventh floor each morning where guests can enjoy sweeping views from both the interior dining room and outside terrace. Lunch and dinner are served in the ground floor Cabiria restaurant where classic Italian dishes are served along with a range of healthy and children’s options. There is a pianist each evening in the bar.

Facilities and activities

The hotel offers a gym as well as a full concierge service.

Our opinion

The Marriott Grand Hotel Flora is a pleasant and stylish property in a central location and is perfect for those who appreciate their creature comforts while traveling.

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