Casa Montani

City Centre, Rome, Italy

Eating

Breakfast is served in the room, on a little chrome trolley. Simply fill out a menu form the night before, with the time you’d like it brought (but be aware that you should then call to confirm in the morning). It's a continental affair (satisfying enough though not particularly lavish), and includes coffee, cappuccino, tea or hot chocolate, cornetti (croissants), yoghurt, orange juice, fresh bread rolls, jams, marmalades and Nutella.

The hotel doesn’t have a restaurant, but there are loads of good eateries nearby. Within a 5-walk there’s the molto chic Dal Bolognese, the intimate and traditional Edy or the rooftop High Res which offers fusion food with a fabulous view. Gusto Pizzeria and Wine Bar is also popular and well located, particularly if you’re after typical Italian pizzas - who isn’t?

If you're staying in the separate apartment, you'll find a simple kitchenette for preparing breakfast and hot drinks (2-ring hob, fridge, microwave, Nespresso machine, dishwasher, washer-dryer), and a white tulip table with 3-4 chairs. There's no shortage of eateries around the Piazza dei Satiri.

How guests have rated the food:

Eating:
85%

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Features include:

  • Breakfast
  • Walk to restaurants
  • Minibar
Save to favouritesPrintMailCasa MontaniCasa Montani overlooks Porta del Popolo, the old Roman gateway that was once the main entrance to the city for visitors from the north, and which leads onto the spectacular disc of Piazza del Popolo. The Casa, tucked away on the third floor, is one of Romeís new breed of discreet townhouse conversions, and has been in the family for generations: Giuseppe Montaniís great-grandfather bought the place directly from the builder in 1916. Today, the casa is not a hotel, but an intimate upper-range guesthouse. Itís a labour of love, designed by architect Liliana Sciacca, and decorated by its French-Italian owners with custom-made furniture (such as glossy lacquered desks) and original paintings by Giuseppe Butera. The lobby-reception has walls hand-painted by Philippe Gandon in bold black and white stripes that call to mind 1930s chic, or Audrey Hepburn photographed by Cecil Beaton. For the standard of comfort, for the design and fittings, for the location, and for Rome, prices are reasonable.

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