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A very nice hotel. Friendly staff, good access to transportation. To reach if from the Termini, take the Metro train to the Flaminio station, then change trains and take the train to the Euclide station. From there it's a couple of block walk to the Duke. Rooms are nice, the bath in the more expensive ...
We arrived by train at the Rome airport and tried calling four times to set up a shuttle to the hotel but could never get through so we ended up paying for a taxi instead. The grounds, spa, hot tubs, baths and pools were beautiful but the environment was not friendly. The waiters we had were great ...
It's in the name, Hilton Rome Airport. That's what it has going for it. Period. This hotel is connected to the 3 FCO terminals. If you have an early morning (6- 10 am) flight, this is the perfect place to stay. Don't expect the usual Hilton service though. It's really a factory, so don't expect too ...
My wife and I stayed here for her 65th birthday ,the staff where great and the location for us was good as the metro to different parts of the city was right outside the hotel and the train ,bus terminal only 15 minutes walk .The restaurant was very reasonable and good quality ,had a quiet nights ...
When it comes to effortlessly cool European holiday destinations, Rome has got to be top of the list. Not only is this chic city a capital for fashion and nightlife, it’s also full of luxury modern hotels, independent boutiques and some of the classiest restaurants on the planet.
Of course, Rome is also incredibly famous for its historic landmarks, ancient buildings and being the home of the Vatican City. And you certainly don’t have to be a history enthusiast to delight in sights like the Trevi Fountain, the Sistine Chapel and the Spanish Steps. Another thing to remember about Rome is that – despite being a world capital for tourism, sightseeing and leisure – it’s also a hotspot for international business.
The business district of Rome, known as EUR, is easily accessed on the metro. EUR is home to a range of convention centres, office buildings and hotels. If you’re travelling to the city to work, rest assured that you’ll find numerous business hotels around Rome, many of which are equipped with handy facilities such as conference rooms and 24-hour concierge services. To book a business hotel in Rome, start browsing your options using Expedia’s search tool.