The resort has 68 guest rooms that are decorated in a luxurious yet warm and homey style, with clean colors and wooden floors, with blackout curtains, located in a renovated 19th century convent building, and they include extremely comfortable beds, flat screen plasma TVs with access to cable channels and for special channels for an additional fee, a safe, wardrobe and air conditioning with heating. All bright and exceptionally clean units have a writing desk, mini bar, telephone, coffee machine and a private bathroom with a shower or bathtub, hair dryer, bathrobes and quality toiletries are offered on site free of charge. Some of the rooms at the Splendid Royal Hotel – Small in relation to Hotels of the World have a balcony, and among the spacious and soundproof rooms you can stay in a double room, a family room that holds up to 4 guests, and also in upgraded VIP units, such as suites with a view of the city or with a jacuzzi, or In hypo-allergenic rooms and non-smoking units. If you wish, you can order bottles of wine or champagne to your room for an additional fee and the place does not offer cots or extra beds.
The location of the hotel is ideal for tourists as it lies between Via Vento Street and the beautiful gardens of Villa Borghese and is close to many restaurants, shops and bars so that every day your tour of the city will be varied with shopping trips, visiting cultural sites and tasting the local foods. The prestigious Splendid Royal Hotel – Small for the Hotels of the World connections is close to public transport stations so that you can move around the city comfortably and easily reach nearby sites such as the Vatican Museum, the Spanish Steps and Piazza dei Spagna. If during your stay at the resort you need to visit a clinic, buy a product at a convenience store or withdraw cash from an ATM, know that all of these are located a few minutes’ drive from the accommodation. Other places near the hotel are Piazza Barberini and the famous Via Condotti and you can drive a short time to visit the Trevi Fountain, where it is recommended to throw a coin while standing with your back to it and make a wish, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. If you are a shopaholic, a visit to Via del Corso is recommended for you and at the end of your sightseeing day, before dark, arrive at the Campo de Fiori food market, which in the evening turns from a market selling fresh fruits and vegetables into a lively nightlife area.
The resort, which is among the hotels of the successful chain, operates a prestigious restaurant with a Michelin star located on the hotel’s balcony overlooking the rooftops of Rome and serves Mediterranean-style dishes alongside dishes with local flavors for lunch and dinner, and its guests will enjoy free wireless Internet access in the hotel’s public areas as well. The bar at the accommodation will offer you a varied menu of cocktail drinks and the luxury hotel staff will provide you with high level service with personal attention, speaking 5 different languages and will provide you with currency exchange services, luggage storage, ordering tickets for sites and tours in the area and will be at your disposal 24 hours a day at the reception desk. Daily housekeeping services are also provided on site, and you can pay for food delivery services, ironing, laundry, dry cleaning and shoe shine. Families with children will be able to rent the site’s babysitting services for an additional charge and the site operates for business people coming to stay in the city, who will receive access to the hotel’s conference and meeting center, fax and photocopying services. Bringing pets into the Splendid Royal Hotel – Small for the Hotels of the World ties is possible by prior arrangement and at no additional charge, and its guests will be able to receive daily newspapers, pamper themselves in the spa center, work out in the gym and sunbathe on the sun terrace with garden furniture. We note that the place is defined as a non-smoking hotel in all its private and public spaces and it includes an elevator and is accessible to guests with disabilities and mobility difficulties.