City Centre, Rome, Italy
National Geographic Traveller, November 2012
"The elegant guest rooms at Crossing Condotti take their names from the nearby streets… After all, the residence’s location is worth bragging about. It’s in the heart of the Spanish Steps neighbourhood, with tony shops such as Fendi and Ferragamo… The rooms, furnished with old master paintings and walnut bureaus, have views of the boutique-lined streets. Choice amenities include Nespresson Machines and L’Occitane toiletries."
The Guardian, July 2011
"If the very busy heart of Rome is where you want to be, then any one of the tastefully designed rooms at Crossing Condotti will be the perfect escape from the chaos of Rome's favourite shopping area. Designed in classic chic with every modern amenity included, Crossing Condotti is more "boutique" than the luxury shops at its feet and far more comfortable. Though it's a nice hideaway, pets are not part of the picture, and neither are kitchens."
Conde Nast Traveller (UK), June 2010
"The receptionist - who doubles as an able concierge - is on hand from 8.30am to 6.30pm every day, and guests are offered a welcome drink on arrival. The location could hardly be better: it's barely 20 paces from via Condotti, Rome's main boutique strip. Although the emphasis at first appears to be on the antique - in everything from polished-walnut chests of drawers and heavy, gilded mirror frames to old-master paintings and tasselled-silk key fobs - there's actually a contemporary aesthetic at work here in the feeling of space, the sensitive lighting and the cool play of white, dove grey cherrywood and gold."
Reviews are only from people who have stayed there and booked through i-escape.
“The location is great and the people very friendly!”
Irene, Switzerland (09.12.12)
“Everything was more than ok. Lovely people, lovely stay. Thank you”
Marisa, United Kingdom (26.10.12)
“We really liked how clean everything was! Additionally, we really enjoyed the complimentary beverages. I have to eat gluten free and was unable to enjoy the pastries (the concierge offered to go buy some, but I didn't want to be an inconvenience). It would be nice to have a few light options for breakfast (yogurt, hardboiled eggs, fruit) to make the hotel even more inclusive. The concierge/maitre d'hotel was excellent and provided us with top notch restaurant suggestions and an excellent overview of Rome on our map.”
Juan, United Kingdom (28.08.12)
“The hotel was full so we were offered the appartment close by. The appartment was small but worked very well for us.(2 adults 4 children- 18,16,12,7). Watch your head if sleeping on the mezzanine level!! Location was superb- We were able to walk straight out into the hustle and bustle of Rome- kids loved it.
Would certainly recommend the appt- kids especially liked the virtually antique wooden lift in the block- quite an experience”
Alan, Japan (08.07.11)
“Really lovely place, great location in the city, beautiful room and bathroom and lovely attention to detail.”
Lydia, United Kingdom (23.01.11)