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Hotel Villa San Lorenzo Maria - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Villa San Lorenzo Maria

Via dei Liguri 7, Rome - Map
Nice hotel in a university area so you should expect things you will see at a university apart from that nice staff just wifi was slow
A Traveller
The charming Villa San Lorenzo Maria Hotel is located in Rome's lively San Lorenzo university district, only 1.5 km from …More
River Palace Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

River Palace Hotel

Via Flaminia 33, Rome - Map
"Trip to Rome"
I booked this trip as a surprise for my husbands birthday and we had a great time.
A Traveller
Eurostars International Palace - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Eurostars International Palace

Via Nazionale 46, Rome - Map
"Good hotel central to city attractions "
Good location. Clean and comfortable room. Staff were very helpful and friendly. Good selection at breakfast. Only negative thing was noise from the traffic in the via nationale.
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Hotel Villa San Pio - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Villa San Pio

Via di Santa Melania 19, Rome - Map
"Lovely hotel. Handy for the major attractions "
Staff were all lovely and helpful. Pleasant rooms and good breakfasts
Traveller from Bristol
Artemide Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Artemide Hotel

Via Nazionale 22, Rome - Map
"Perfect location lovely vote"
There is so much to commend this hotel. Firstly it is convenient for the railway station for your arrival and departure. Secondly it is centrally located just 10 mins walk from the coliseum, trevi, Spanish steps and spana shopping. Next, despite being on a busy main road the room was beautifully silent. The room was beautiful and the beds the most comfortable ever. The staff were helpful and friendly and breakfast superb. Also the 7th floor terrace restaurant had a fab menu. Impossible to fault.
Traveller from st albans uk
New Design St. Peter - Rome Hotels

New Design St. Peter

Via Famagosta, 8, Rome - Map
5.0 out of 5 (8 reviews)
Regno Hotel - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Regno Hotel

Via Del Corso 330, Rome - Map
"Fabulous position"
This is my 3rd stay at the Regno, mainly because of its fabulous position - the hotel is a bit quirky, but comfortable.. Had 2 rooms trhis stay, on the 4th floor next to one anothe and a fabulous balcony with table & chairs, and a fantastic view of the city and stayed 5 night. Would recommend this hotel to anyone. Regards
Traveller from Sydney, Australia
The 4 star Hotel Regno is a charming and sophisticated hotel located in the heart of Rome on Via del Corso not far from the …More
Hotel Cosmopolita - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Cosmopolita

Via Santa Eufemia, 5, Rome - Map
"Great hotel to major Rome sites"
Great location. Room was rather small, but clean, and the shower was terrific. Internet was very good too. Hotel was undergoing some minor reconstruction while we were there, but it was not a problem. Staff called a taxi for us to return to Termini and was helpful in providing a map and best routes to the major sites from the hotel. I would definitely stay here again.
Traveller from St. Augustine, FL
Hotel Raffaello - Rome Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Hotel Raffaello

Via Urbana 3/5, Rome - Map
"Fantastic hotel, close to most of the main sight."
Before our break we received an email from the hotel offering collection from the airport, this was a few Euro's more than the fixed price taxi's but sounded an easy option as our time in Rome was limited with plenty to see in a couple of day's. As soon as we walked out of customs we were greeted by our driver and while everyone else was making their way to the train or negotiating the local Taxi drives we were already on our way to the hotel. Arriving at the Raffaello 4 hours before our check in time was not an issue for them at all & they were very accommodating, offering us a selection of fresh croissants, juice's, tea or coffee, free WiFi password, toilets & told we could leave our bags safely with them and start exploring the city. Due to the ease of all this so far we were exploring the city within an hour of leaving the airport. Quickly it became clear that we were within walking distance of The Colosseum, Pantheon, Trevi Fountain (to be fair the only sight we didn't walk to was the Vatican, everything else was accessed on foot). Returning to the Hotel, we were nicely greeted by all the staff and told that our bags were already in our room, the room itself was a far better than we had expected for the money we had paid, so comfortable we actually fell asleep for a few hours before going out again. The room was well made every day by the staff. Buffet breakfast was exactly what was needed and they recommended and booked a perfect restaurant for our anniversary.
Traveller from England
Hotel Quirinale - Rome Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hotel Quirinale

Via Nazionale 7, Rome - Map
"hotel review"
Hotel staff was efficient and helpful. The hotel is old but has been well kept. Room amenities are good. Breakfast is abundant and good. The hotel is one block from a metro stop which is very convenient. That metro location is one stop away from the main Rome train terminal so traveling to other cities in Italy by train was convenient. There are a number of moderately priced restaurants nearby so dining choices are plentiful and good. The hotel is located on a very busy street but the quiet room I requested was indeed a quiet room.
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    The Eternal City

    Make a list of must-sees in Rome and you'll wonder how to fit it all in. The short answer of course is that you can't; what you can do is fill your holiday with some of the most iconic historical sights in the world. Rome is like a discourse on Western Civilization with a history that spans the ages, and has countless artifacts to prove it. The Roman Empire; was one of the most impressive the world has ever known, with many of its ideals and principles still reflected in modern institutions today.

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