AddressVia Della Penna 22 RomeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
With its ivy-clad exterior, stained-glass doors and rattling cage-lift, the Locarno is an art-deco classic – the kind of place Hercule Poirot might stay if he were in town. Many rooms have silk wallpaper and period furniture, and are occasionally in need of TLC, but full of charm. There’s a roof garden, a restaurant and an atmospheric bar.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Locarno and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Tridente.
Description provided by property
Only 150 metres from Piazza del Popolo square, Hotel Locarno features a rooftop terrace overlooking Rome's historic centre. Offering free bikes and free Wi-Fi, this property has rooms with an Art Nouveau style.
In fine weather, a generous buffet breakfast is served al fresco in the furnished patio. In the afternoon and evening you can also enjoy a drink at the Locarno's bar, also open to the public.
All air conditioned, en suite rooms at the Locarno Hotel come with fine fabrics, a TV, safe and minibar. Some rooms are located in the annex building in front of the hotel.
A 4-minute walk away, Flaminio Metro Station offers direct connections to the Vatican City area and Termini Train Station. The Spanish Steps are 850 metres from the Locarno.
Please note that pets are only allowed in quadruple rooms.
Services & facilities
- Pets allowed
- Breakfast in the room
- Concierge service
- Bikes available (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Non-smoking throughout
- Room service
- 24-hour front desk
- Car hire
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Shuttle service (surcharge)
- Free WiFi
Chiesa di Santa Maria dei Miracoli
Designed by Carlo Rainaldi, this is one of two 17th-century baroque churches that guard the southern approach to Piazza del Popolo.
Piazza del Popolo
This dazzling piazza was laid out in 1538 to provide a grandiose entrance to what was then Rome's main northern gateway. It has since...
Chiesa di Santa Maria in Montesanto
On the southern approach to Piazza del Popolo, this baroque church was designed by Carlo Rainaldi in the 17th century.
Part of the art-deco Hotel Locarno, this bar has a faded Agatha Christie–era feel, and a greenery-shaded outdoor terrace bedecked in...
A new outpost of the venerable Gelataria dei Gracchi, close to the Vatican, this serves up superb ice cream made from the best...