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Hotel Vilòn

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"I recently stayed at Hotel Vilòn during my trip to Rome and I have to say, it was an exceptional experience. From the moment I walked into the lobby, I was struck by the elegant decor and warm welcome from the staff. My room was beautifully appointed, with a comfortable bed, flat-screen TV, and a private bathroom stocked with high-quality toiletries. What's more, my room had a lovely terrace that offered breathtaking views of the city. The buffet breakfast each morning was a delight, offering a wide variety of continental and American options. I also had the pleasure of dining at the on-site restaurant, which served delicious Italian cuisine. The location of the hotel couldn't have been better - right in the heart of Rome's historic center, with Via Condotti and Piazza di Spagna just a short walk away. And the staff were always on hand to offer recommendations and help with any questions I had. Overall, I would highly recommend Hotel Vilòn to anyone looking for a luxurious and convenient stay in Rome. It truly exceeded my expectations in every way."
"Offering free WiFi throughout, Hotel Vilòn is set in Rome historic center, 656 feet from Via Condotti. The property is located a 6-minute walk from Piazza di Spagna and 1640 feet from Via Margutta. Guest rooms in the hotel are fitted with a flat-screen TV. Some also provide guests with a terrace. All units include air conditioning and a private bathroom with free toiletries. Each morning the buffet breakfast offers continental and American options. There is an on-site restaurant, which serves Italian cuisine."

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