Formerly a villa in the 1930s, this Rome hotel is in the Parioli district, less than 500 meters from Villa Borghese gardens and 2 km from the Spanish Steps, Via Veneto, Via Condotti shopping.
Our Stay at The Lord Byron Hotel in RomePros: I do believe that just about any superaltive once can come up with can be used to describe our stay at the Lord Byron in Rome. Although very professional in their overall demeanor, the staff also proved to be quite friendly and very willing to assist us with everything from directions, renting a car and even spending time calling for us to find an open tattoo studio during what is the holiday season for the locals. I don't think there was a time that we could leave our room only tto return and find everything had been picked up or straightened and this would happen a couple of times a day. The restaurant and lounge were fantastic from the waiting staff to the chef. Incredible food, impeccable service and the genuine feeling that we were truly welcomed guests made this one of our most memorable vacations.
Pros: Room, Service, LuxuryCons: Not close to restaurants nor any thing else. Needed to take taxi everywhere.