Hotel delle Muse is located in an elegant, lushly vegetated and quiet area in Rome known as Parioli. This recently renovated hotel offers you relaxing and comfortable rooms in an utmost convenient location.
For your pleasure, each room offers private bath, satellite TV connected to all major television channels such as CNN, TNT, CARTOON NETWORK, GALAVISION, SAT2, France 2 and others and direct dial telephone.
Safe deposit boxes are available for your convenience at no extra charge. All rooms are equipped with fans, although during summer, Parioli is one of the cooler areas of Rome.
Our concierge can help you plan excursions or arrange sightseeing tours with English speaking tour guides. Tours depart from the hotel.
Our staff speaks French, Spanish, German and English and can assist you with all your needs. Join us for a truly spectacular vacation at Hotel delle Muse.
Experience the delectable Italian cuisine in our fine restaurant, with its bar and lounge as well as the magnificent outdoor garden open during summer months. Conference facilities are available upon request and can accommodate up to 40 people.
During the night shift the night staff is on duty to attend to your needs.
The Hotel delle Muse is located close to Villa Borghese, the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo.
The Hotel has a strategic position in close proximity to the most famous attractions and the most suggestive itineraries in discovering the "Eternal City" and its historic centre.
Starting from € 70,00
Continental Buffet Breakfast, (Tax and Service included). Family plan on request.
CANCELLATION TERMS AND CONDITIONS
The reservation can be cancelled 24 hours prior arrival date. Otherwise you will be charged the amount of one night. In case of NO SHOW you will be charged one night.
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