The Hotel Due Torri is included in the following prestigious guides: KAREN BROWN, CHARMING SMALL HOTEL, RICK STEVE, DOVE, MICHELIN and GAMBERO ROSSO.
Read some reviews about our hotel.
GUIDE “CHARMING SMALL HOTEL”
This stylish little hotel in a quiet, cobbled lane just north of Piazza Navona is a real discovery. The newly painted façade offers a foretaste of the neat interior where the spacious area leads into a series of comfortable public rooms. Marble floors gleam and provide a suitable setting for some lovely antiques while chairs and sofas are upholstered in red velvet or smart red and beige, a colour scheme which is continued throughout the house. There are some fine antique mirrors (including a huge one on each landing), old lamps and attractive prints, all of which are offset by cool, cream walks.
The bedrooms (each with its own brass doorknocker) are arranged on five floors and reached by an elegant marble staircase with fin de siècle iron banister (or there’s a lift). None of them are very large (one or two are, in fact, quite small), but all are pretty and comfortable. Bedheads valances, curtains and bedcovers are all in co-ordinated read and beige; attractive but never fussy. Some rooms have great views over rooftops and terraces, excellent for an inside glimpse of Roman domestic life. Four - including a single – have a terraces equipped with tables and chairs.
“TELEGRAPH “ ( 2008)
An excellent centro storico choice is the DUE TORRI, a charming traditional hotel on a quiet lane. The higher your room, the better; fourth floor rooms have balconies, fifth floor roms have terraces.
“THE MAIL ON SUNDAY “ (articolo di DAVID NOBBS)
My wife and I stayed in the small three-star HOTEL DUE TORRI, on the corner of two tiny old streets between the Tiber and the Piazza Navona. It was friendly and quiet, had lots of good umbrellas and served breakfast till 11.It has once been a home for bishops and cardinals. Our room had a view over a narrow cobbled lane to a roof garden festooned with washing. What more could one want?
A hidden gem situated at the western end of Via dei Condotti, with 26 rooms decorated in claret and yellow. The furniture is all antique and rooms at the top have magnificent views. The best feature however is the proprietor the glamorous, attentive Cinzia, who goes out of her way to ensure that guest enjoy both her hotel and her city.
“THE NEW YORK TIMES MAGAZINE”
Tucked in a lane between the Piazza Navona and the Tiber, the Hotel Due Torri has 26 small but air-conditioned rooms. Those on the top floor are smaller still, sacrificing square footage to enchanting terraces built for two – an attractive bargain. Given the central location, this well-tended hotel is surprisingly quiet-. If only one could raise one’s elbows in the shower.
“THE NEW YORK TIMES” (november 1998)
Around the corner from the monkey tower on the Via dei Portoghesi, this 26 room hotel provides a good buffet breakfast, plenty of help with reservations and directions, and plain airconditioned rooms with well-stocked mini-bars and large bathrooms (including hair-dryer). Near the Piazza Navona and the Tiber.
From Tripadvisor, some reviews from our kind guests:
“Great location, great price, great time!”
5 of 5 starsReviewed 2 weeks ago
Hotel Due Torri is in the heart of Rome within walking distance to the Pantheon, Vatican and Forum/Colosseum. The rooms are quiet, clean and the ones we had were also air conditioned. Excellent coffee, the best cappucino in Roma and a lite breakfast assortment is included in your price, so you can get right out and start your day. We walked everywhere and enjoyed being in the middle of everything Roma! The restaurants, gelaterias and shopping around the Pantheon were so accessible after a long day of sightseeing. The staff were very helpful and friendly. You can't go wrong.
Stayed July 2014, travelled with family
3 of 5 starsReviewed 4 weeks ago
We recently stayed here for two nights. The hotel is centrally located on a tiny side street between the Vatican, Colosseum, and Trevi Fountain. The street is very quiet. The staff were very helpful. Typical small rooms with old decor. Price was right. Good all around average place.
Stayed July 2014
“3 C .. charming, cozy and centric!”
5 of 5 starsReviewed 4 weeks ago
Very charming hotel in the center of Rome (5 mins from Spanish steps). Me and my boyfriend couldn't ask for more. The staff is very helpful and efficient. The owner Cinzia is always smiling and she tries to help her guest and to solve all kind of problems and booking. I recommend this hotel is you are looking for an unique experience in the heart of Rome.
Stayed July 2014, travelled as a couple
5 of 5 starsReviewed 4 weeks ago
My wife and I have traveled widely, but had never been to Rome. We thoroughly researched Rome hotels as to location, price, rooms, service, etc. We finally narrowed it down to two hotels with a great location fairly close to each other: Hotel Due Torri and another. The deciding factor was the reported excellent quality of service at Due Torri. The staff at Due Torri more than delivered on this. Laura and others at the front desk speak very good English, are efficient, knowledgeable, polite and friendly. In short, they seem to genuinely care. The owner of the hotel, herself a charming friendly person, was also present on the premises from time to time. Our room, though small, was clean, quiet and, in short, perfect for us. A good breakfast was served in a very nice room and was quite generous by Italian standards. Our bottom line opinion: Based on our experience, don't even think about another hotel in this price range--Hotel Due Torri is clearly the best choice--and with a near-perfect location.
Stayed May 2014, travelled as a couple
“Due Torri still delivers.”
5 of 5 starsReviewed 4 weeks ago
Our stay in late June was my sixth over nearly 20 years. This time, with 14 family members in tow, the DT's charm and value really shined.The veteran staff was patient, as always, and very helpful with restaurant and touring info (in English), even a recommendation for the younger folks for late-night clubs. We were jet-lagged and they took care of us. After we departed for Tuscany and one of us left her cellphone behind, they packed it up and overnighted it to our digs near Siena. As noted by others, the location is super. Hard to believe this place is as good as ever, but it is.
Stayed June 2014