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Hotel Veneto Palace

Via Piemonte 63, Via Veneto, Rome, Italy (Show on map)

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  • Area: Via Veneto
  • Rooms : 70
  • Free Wi-Fi

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Features of Hotel Veneto Palace

24-hour front desk

24-hour room service

airport transfer


business center

coffee shop



facilities for disabled guests

family room

laundry service

luggage storage

meeting facilities


room service

safety deposit boxes

shared lounge/TV area



free Wi-Fi in all rooms

Wi-Fi in public areas


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This recently renovated hotel is located off the famous Via Veneto. A quick stroll takes you to the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and Villa Borghese. And being just 150 meters from the closest subway stop, the rest of Rome is easy to navigate. The rooms are palatial to say the least, with rich fabrics, a massive headboard, Egyptian cotton sheets, and hydrotherapy showers. Boasting an excellent location from which it is easy to explore all the major attractions, as well as providing a comfortable base to return to, Hotel Veneto Palace should definitely be considering when traveling to the Italian capital. This recently renovated hotel is located off the famous Via Veneto. A quick stroll takes you to the ... see more
As of January 1st 2011, the Municipal Council of Rome has introduced a room occupancy tax in the amount of maximum EUR 3.00 per person per night – applicable for maximum 10 days. Starting from September 1st, 2014 the amount has been increased up to EUR 7.00 per person per night (depending on the accommodation type and star rating). Children under the age of 10 years are exempt from payment. The fee will be asked of anyone staying in overnight accommodation inside Rome’s boundaries at the end of each stay. The fee is not included in Agoda's price and must be paid at the hotel.

Children and extra beds:
Infant 0-2 year(s)
Stay for free if using existing bedding. Note, if you need a cot there may be an extra charge.
Children 3-12 year(s)
Must use an extra bed

Guests over 12 years old are considered as adults.

Extra beds are dependent on the room you choose, please check the individual room policy for more details.

When booking more than 5 rooms, different policies and additional supplements may apply.

Airport Transfer Fee
60 EUR

Breakfast Charge (when not included in room rate)
15 EUR

Check-In From
02:00 PM

Check-Out Until
11:00 AM

Distance from City Center
1 Km

Distance to Airport
30 Km

Non-Smoking Rooms / Floors

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Number of Floors

Number of Rooms

Parking Fee (per day)
35 EUR

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Maurizio D. Families with young children Italy, July 23, 2013
great location

centrally located nice room clean and nice bathroom walking distance to main attractions
this hotel is centrally located and hence within walking distance from the main tourist attractions such as spain plaza the fontane di trevi pantheon and collessium. rooms are spacious and breakfast is good as well. continental breakfast available as well. i recommend this hotel to all of those who are looking to sightsee. do bear in mind that the area is not cheap
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Tom B. Solo travelers United States of America, October 21, 2012
Nice staff - modest rooms and amenities

Nice staff and location plus free in-room wi-fi
I decided last minute to book the Veneto for my last night in Rome. As a solo traveler, I wasn't looking for a 5 star experience - just a place to crash for the night with decent location and internet access. That's exactly what I got. Room (and bathroom) were ok. Wi-fi was easy to log into from the room. Shower was a bit odd (no tub and just a hand shower piece you need to take out of its holder and rinse yourself with like a pet being washed). If you're looking for a quick place to crash it's fine. Just remember you get what you pay for.
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Isabela D. Groups United States of America, May 29, 2012
Beware of hidden fees

Safety of location good, not worth the investment otherwise
Booking the hotel was easy but upon arrival, we learned a different way of conducting business. We have travelled throughout Europe and the world, so, we're not novice when booking hotels in advance. Veneto Palace never disclosed on the booking agent that after the online payment of the hotel, we should incur other fees upon checking in. It's not much, just Euros 12 per room (the so-called city tax) but it's the undisclosed term of additional strings that come with the booking, not to mention it has to be paid in cash. I wonder why??? I like to keep my finances in order and i believe that the new Italian law issued in Feb 2012 does just that: discouraging disobedience of fiscal laws and pocketing cash, the easiest way of losing track of profits. I am appaulled that for the price we paid we have no internet, no breakfast included or parking, and yet, we are put in the position of "take it or leave it" upon checking in. Had it not been for the non-refundability of the booking, we would have changed plans right there on the spot. We have been at Ritz many times and in comparison, Ritz is the highest benchmark set in the hotel industry that we have experienced but have never be put in the position of demand which was taken by the staff of this hotel; i sincerely believe that they are trained how to deal with push-back on this subject, because they all come up with the same template answer. In fact, one of them went beyond his duties and asked the booking agent for explanations, than, a reply email stating that it's our responsibility to pay those additional fees fall into our care, fact that was not disclosed upon booking and payment of the rooms. Rooms are small, don't expect much; bathrooms are practically facilitated for comfortable use even though the mirror magnifier-vanity missed a screw to make it stay still, the overall is upgraded with good taste considering that the building is there since the XVIIIth century.
Hotel Feature Tip: The advertised facilities such as the spa were not advertised by the staff, not even in the welcome book found in the room. In fact, the stationary was so old and wrinkled that i would be ashamed to send a letter like that. Roof view is not accessible unless you consume a meal at the restaurant. So much for the comfort and leisure time spent at this hotel.
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Chan C. Couples Malaysia, April 13, 2012
Needs a bit of upgrading

Good location
This is an ok hotel to stay if you are on a budget. The location is not very near (in my standards) to Spagna (shopping district). It is at a quite side of town though. No particular nice restaurants nearby that i know of. The room was a bit small and old and my room was facing the inside of the building, which was not very nice. There was no free internet so if you are first time in Rome, this is not so good as you need the internet to look for places to eat, etc.
Restaurant Tip: In Rome, buy a phone sim card that has a data line and look for nice restaurants to eat in. We were disappointed that many restaurants do not serve good food and if one is on a holiday, good food is so important. Some restaurants serve very crappy food (yes! even in Rome). We find that small traditional restaurants serve better food. Google it!
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Yuen F. Couples Australia, December 31, 2011
Location of the hotel was convenient.

location was good
hotel is located in a quiet street and thus was able to get good rest in the evening. within walking distance to the spagna area which provided great shopping and metro station which can took us to most of the sites, find great restaurant around the areas where local eats, thus avoiding the typical tourist type of restaurant which are so common in rome..
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Antonio F. Couples Italy, November 13, 2011
lovely hotel -

terrible staff
The hotel is well located in the beautiful via Veneto, 5 min walk to the Piazza di Spagna and Fontana di Trevi. The rooms are very well decorated,clean and the bathroom has a kind of Jacuzzi shower.
Shopping Tip: Testaccio market saturday morning,shoes shopping. Via del corso,
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Isabelle A. Couples Belgium, November 7, 2011
Nice and practical hotel

Romantic decoration and very central situation for shopping
Nice stay but dissapointed regarding the room windows (no view and very noisy place)
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Scott M. Couples United Kingdom, November 3, 2011
Great location, fantastic value for money.

friendly and knowledgeable staff
Fantastic location, only a 5-10 minute walk from the hustle and bustle of the Spanish steps, Trevi fountain Very clean and looked after rooms, clean bed sheets daily, toiletries, etc
Shopping Tip: Head to the Spanish step and go down the street directly opposite the bottom of the steps their are Gucci shops, plus many more designers!
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Tomas B. Couples Czech Republic, October 23, 2011
Good hotel for couple nights.

Its nice hotel for short time stay. Old fashion interior, little smely toilet and bathroom.
Travel tip: Great restaurant, clubbing starting late.
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Roger W. Couples United Kingdom, September 13, 2011
Great Location, Quite Area

Excellent Rooms, Clean & Tidy with maid service each day, Aircon is a must in Rome
Staff were really friendly and very helpful. A wide variety of choices for breakfast excellent quality of food, great views of Rome from the breakfast room on the 7 floor. Well equipped Gym and Spa. The Hotel is also very close to serveral Banks and cash points so it's always easy to get Euros anytime of the day.
Restaurant Tip: Lots of good food to be had in restaurants on Via Vittorio Veneto with reasonable prices. About 5 Minute walk from the hotel.
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What's nearby? / Directions

What's nearby?
  • Via Veneto - 50 meters
  • Spanish Steps - 200 meters
  • Trevi Fountain - 500 meters
  • Villa Borghese - 300 meters
  • Pantheon - 170 meters
  • Colosseum - 1.5 kilometers
  • Saint Peter's Basilica/Vatican Museum - 3 kilometers
  • Piazza Barberini Underground Station - 150 meters

Customers like this hotel for:
Nearest transport:
  • Barberini - Fontana di Trevi Underground Station (0.7 Km / 9 min walk)
Area recommended for:
  • culture
  • shopping
  • sightseeing
Distance to airport:
  • Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport (14.7 Km)
  • Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (22.7 Km)
Customer comments:
  • "Great location" , "Nice room " , "Nice staff"
Top attractions in the area:
  • Spanish Steps (Piazza di Spagna) (0.5 Km / 6 min walk)
  • The Borghese Gallery (0.6 Km / 8 min walk)
  • Piazza Barberini (0.7 Km / 9 min walk)
  • The Villa Borghese Pinciana (0.9 Km / 11 min walk)
Note: Distances are measured as a straight line, calculated from a starting point to a destination point.

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