Central location one block from Repubblica metro station
Some suites include hot tubs, balconies, and Turkish baths
Breakfast included in room rate
The hotel's Cotto Restaurant serves contemporary Italian cuisine
Room service available
Tea in the lobby
Free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel
Some rooms are tight on storage space
No parking on-site
Few public areas
Spread out over two floors of a 19th-century office building off the Via Nazionale, the 17-room Hotel Dharma displays boutique style and service at prices that are low for this neighborhood. Its soundproof rooms, ranging from Doubles and Triples to Select Suites with hot tubs, balconies, and Turkish baths, all come with air-conditioning, free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs with international and premium channels, and minibars. Breakfast, taken at the hotel's Cotto Restaurant next door, is included in the room rate. Hotel Nord Nuova Roma, with a rooftop terrace offering city views, is a similarly priced property in the same busy area.
Boutique ambience in a 19th-century office building
The Hotel Dharma occupies two floors of a 19th-century office building smack in the center of Rome. There's not much in the way of public spaces here aside from a small reception area with a handful of black leather armchairs, a flat-screen TV, a table displaying tourist brochures, and a kettle for making tea. The hallways are light gray, offset by colorful abstract paintings in bold primary colors. The hotel's Cotto Restaurant is next door, serving contemporary Italian cuisine in a relaxed atmosphere. Many of the guests at this property are international travelers, mainly couples, though little ones are welcome.
Cental location next to the Piazza Repubblica and the Opera House
The Hotel Dharma is located in the historic center of Rome, right next to the Piazza della Repubblica and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, the latter of which was designed by Michaelangelo. Rome's famous Via Nazionale -- known for its shops and restaurants -- is a short walk away. The Repubblica metro station is a two-minute walk from the hotel, and the Termini railway station is about a six-minute walk. Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport is about a 45-minute drive from the hotel, or a 30-minute trip by train from the Termini train station. Note that there isn't any parking at the hotel.
Two-minute walk to the Piazza della Repubblica
Three-minute walk to the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli
Three-minute walk to the Teatro dell'Opera
Six-minute walk to Termini Station
17-minute walk to the Trevi Fountain
20-minute walk to the Colosseum
20-minute walk to the Spanish Steps
45-minute drive to Leonardo Da Vinci-Fiumicino International Airport
Bright, modern rooms and a range of suites on two floors
The Dharma has 17 rooms, which range from Doubles and Triples to spacious, opulent Suites -- some with hot tubs, Turkish baths, and balconies. Rooms have hardwood or marble floors and modern decor in pink-burgundy hues, or bold black and white. All come with free Wi-Fi, wall-mounted 32-inch flat-screen TVs with lots of cable channels, minibars, and coffeemakers. The mosaic-tile bathrooms come with rain showerheads, bidets, wall-mounted hairdryers, slippers, and luxury toiletries. The most affordable rooms are on the smaller side. Tiny balconies add more charm than function to some of the rooms.
There isn't a restaurant at Hotel Dharma but guests get free breakfast, which includes eggs, cereal, fruit, and pastries, next door at Cotto Restaurant. The tiny size of the property means there isn't much space for features though there is a cozy lobby with free tea. Room service is available and Wi-Fi is free throughout the day.
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