This hotel is located in the middle of everything Rome. Staff is accommodating and friendly. The breakfast was AWESOME
We loved that it was right next to the Pantheon and in the middle of all kinds of shops.
Good Location, close to major attractions friendly and helpful staff.
The staff were very polite and responsive. The area between the street entrance and stairs could use some sprucing up (plants, trees) and perhaps a dehumidifier to eliminate a musty odor, particularly on rainy days. Otherwise we had a wonderful stay, and would return to this hotel again. Also the ...
Typical hotel room in a nice section of Rome. The staff was very helpful.
location was great, the staff were very helpful as our traveling partners were 7 1/2 hours late, the desk staff arranged for a second pick up and everything was flawless
Lovely rooftop bar. Our room was tiny!! Very tight fitting in 2 pieces of luggage. The bed was comfortable.
location location location and the staff is so friendly
The property is central Trevi Fountain Spanish Steps Basilica Colosseum are all within easy walking distance plus many more amazing attractions. Hotel is being classed as 4 star this has to be because of where it is situated as there are no tea or coffee facilities in room plus no irons are issued ...
Visitors planning a visit to Rome are bound to be amazed by the number of spectacular attractions the city has to offer, no matter what neighbourhood you book your hotel in. The Italian capital's most famous sites include the likes of the Roman Forum, with its ancient temples and arches, the Colosseum, home to the feared gladiatorial battles, and the Sistine Chapel, known best for its breathtaking ceiling that is adorned with frescos by Michelangelo.
Rome has plenty more for visitors to see and do even after they’ve plumbed its historical side. You can attend a local rugby or football match at the Stadio Olimpico, head for a day at the beach in Ostia, and dine at any number of delicious local restaurants that serve up traditional Roman dishes including quinto quarto, carbonara, and pizza bianca.
Under Emperor Hadrian the iconic Pantheon temple was completed in the year 126, designed by architect Apollodorous of Damascus. It is best known for holding the world’s largest unreinforced concrete dome, an architectural feat that continues to amaze visitors to this day.
To book your hotel room near the Pantheon and discover other great attractions in Rome, use the Expedia search tool now and begin planning your Italian holiday.
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