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Casa Howard Guest House Rome vs Villa Agrippina Gran Melia

Both properties are highly recommended by professional reviewers. On balance, Gran Melia Rome scores slightly higher than Casa Howard Guest House Rome. Gran Melia Rome comes in at #27 in Rome with accolades from 8 publications such as Condé Nast Traveler, Jetsetter and Oyster.

Casa Howard Guest House Rome
7 / 10
Via di Capo Le Case 18, 00187 Rome
From $35 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Free Internet
  • Multilingual
  • Dry Cleaning
  • Air Conditioning
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Rough Guide
Star
"Rooms are on the small side, but elegantly and stylishly furnished; service is very personal and welcoming."
Frommer's
"It's rare to make a new discovery in the tourist-trodden Piazza di Spagna area, which is why Casa Howard comes as a pleasant surprise." Full review
Concierge
"If you don't happen to have stylish Roman friends who can put you up in their apartment, Casa Howard is the next best thing."
Insight Guides
"Tucked away in a secluded palazzo is a delightful “home-from-home” created by style gurus Massimiliano Leonardi and Jennifer Howard Forneris."
DK Eyewitness
"Close to the Spanish Steps, this extremely fashionable boutique hotel is English-owned and designed by Tommaso Ziffer."
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Villa Agrippina Gran Melia
8 / 10
Via del Gianicolo 3, 00165 Rome
From $297 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
  • Laundry Service
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Star Service
"This is the Spanish chain Sol Melia's flagship in the Italian capital, and it is one of the most impressive American-style full-service hotels here. " Full review
BlackBook
"This sexy new Gran Melia Rome hotel is an instant magnet for those seeking a truly contemporary luxury experience in the Italian capital."
Oyster
4.0
"The Gran Meliá has significant historical relevance as it was built on the ruins of the ancient Roman villa of Emperor Nero's mother." Full review
Jetsetter
"A luxe urban resort on a hilltop close to the Vatican with an outdoor pool surrounded by botanical gardens." Full review
Travel + Leisure
"Ancient Rome may have been famous for its pleasure palaces, but the city has never had a retreat that combines the conveniences of an urban hotel with the comforts of a resort." Full review
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