Campo Marzio, Rome, Italy
Breakfast is served in your room, on a little chrome
trolley. Simply fill out a menu form the night before, with the
time you’d like it delivered (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, jams, marmalades, Nutella and
a great selection of fresh Italian bread rolls. There are also
light snacks available throughout the day.
The hotel doesn’t have a restaurant, but there are loads of good eateries nearby. Within a 5-minute 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 - and who isn’t?
If you're staying in the apartment, you'll find a simple kitchenette for preparing breakfast, light meals and snacks (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. Note those staying in the apartment do not get breakfast included.
- Walk to restaurants
- Kitchenette in apartment