Small seating area in reception; small breakfast room (for Townhouse guests' use); valet parking; laundry service; free WiFi throughout. In rooms: TV; air-conditioning; minibar; safe; tea- and Lavazza coffee-making kit; sightseeing guide booklet; CO Bigelow bath products. Suites and the Deluxe Townhouse room also have a kitchen with a hob, microwave and dishwasher.
The Townhouse rooms are no-frills, simple and understated: ideal for a couple looking for a clean-'n-simple base from which to explore Rome. For a more luxurious stay, the Scanderbeg suite has a 15th-century vaulted ceiling and a private roof terrace. Lounge around in the high-ceilinged, white living room, take your pick from two double bedrooms (each with its own ensuite), or unleash your inner Italian chef in the fully-equipped kitchen.
Drape yourself in Italian labels – after all, you are in Rome – and don’t forget trainers for all the walking you’re likely to do around town.
The Superior Townhouse room can accommodate guests with mobility issues (the room has been adapted for wheelchair users, and is accessible by a lift).
As long as you let them know in advance, the hotel welcomes small pets. They can provide food, bowls and blankets for your four-legged friend. See more pet-friendly hotels in Rome.
Children of all ages are welcome. Most suites have a sofa bed; baby cots can be added to all rooms (except the Classic suite) for free.
The hotel welcomes children of any age.
Book a suite if you have tiny tots; the private sitting room and kitchen will give them (and you) lots of space.
There’s no crèche or kids club, but Scanderbeg gives all its mini-guests welcome presents, including memento albums, puzzles and other games. The hotel’s also happy to organise the odd mystery treasure-hunt for aspiring Sherlocks.
Babysitters and nannies are available for €20 for a minimum of two hours, with two days’ notice. If you need them after 10pm, you’ll need to pay for their taxi home.
No need to pack
Travel baby cot, baby bedlinen, changing mat, booster seat, books, puzzles, crayons, pens and paper.
The hotel doesn’t have a baby-listening service, so bring your own monitor if you need one. Bring your own pram or buggy, as the hotel doesn’t have any guests can use.