Hotel Alexandra

3 star hotel

Address

Via Veneto 18 RomeSee nearby area

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Lonely Planet review

As the spiritual home of Rome's dolce vita, Via Vittorio Veneto is one of the capital's most famous streets, a striking boulevard lined by plane trees, pavement cafes and impressive 19th-century townhouses. At its bottom end near Barberini metro station, the three-star Hotel Alexandra offers a prime location, rooms decked out in traditional period style and an abundant breakfast.

Our independent authors have visited Hotel Alexandra and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tridente.

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Alexandra is a 3-star superior hotel on Rome's exclusive Via Veneto. Located just 50 metres from Barberini Metro Station, it offers a gazebo restaurant out on this famous street.

Hotel Alexandra has been welcoming guests since 1910. It is surrounded by some of Rome's most popular restaurants and shops. It is less than a 10-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, 700 metres from Villa Borghese Park.

All air-conditioned, rooms here have a classic design with elegant furniture and carpeted or wood floors. They feature a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a minibar and a private bathroom with hairdryer.

Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel and an American breakfast is served each morning. Alex Cafè offers Italian and international dishes in front of the hotel. Gluten-free meals are also available.

Services & facilities

  • Non-smoking
    • Non-smoking throughout
    • Non-smoking rooms
  • Guest services
    • VIP room facilities
    • Tour desk
    • 24-hour front desk
  • Family
    • Family rooms
  • Restaurant/Café
    • Restaurant
  • Wi-Fi/internet access
    • Free WiFi
    • WiFi
    • Internet services
  • Parking
    • Available
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