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Stay Inn Rome
Via del Corso
in the center of Rome
The facility overlooks the exuberant via del Corso, Rome's main drag. Here, at the crossroads of the best in luxury, shopping, and design, Rome's Stay Inn hotel introduces via del Corso to the intriguing atmosphere of a minimal chic hotel.
Although in the historical center the hotel is extremely quiet, a few steps from the main monuments and tourist attractions such as the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia and the Pantheon.
Services and amenities available
for the guests of the Stay Inn Rome
All the rooms are equipped with Nespresso coffee machine and a kettle for hot tea.
Functionality and comfort are provided by standard air conditioning, LCD television with SKY pay-per-view, free internet access, modern bathrooms with shower and hairdryer. A deluxe view of Via del Corso: almost all rooms and suites have a balcony that overlooks the pedestrian area of this famous street in Rome.
Useful information for your stay:
Check in: Check in from 2 pm onwards at the Hotel Condotti's front desk, Via Mario de Fiori 37, where there is also a porter service from 7 am to 11 pm. Please provide us with the estimated time of arrival.
For arrivals after 11:00 p.a. there is a Virtual Check-in at Via del Corso 81. Please contact us directly to get the necessary codes to Virtual Check-in.
Check out: until 11:.30 a.m. at Hotel Condotti in Via Mario de Fiori 37.
An exceptional location!
The new Stay Inn Rome in via del Corso is set in an exceptional location inside the historical city center of Rome, where couture designers converge to express their sense of fashion and where you'll find luxury stores, mundane attractions and culture.
The “Corso," a long, rich commercial boulevard connects Piazza Venezia to Piazza del Popolo, lined at its sides by elegant lodging units of the Stay Inn of Rome.
Rich in monuments, ancient palazzos, churches and boutiques, this road is lined with the headquarters of many organizations such as Palazzo Chigi, seat of the Italian government and Palazzo Montecitorio, seat of the Italian parliament.