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This hotel is very modern and offers some nice benefits unusual for European hotels - they have a small gym, self laundry facilities for guests, for example. They even had a small play area for children. Rooms are more generous in size than many older hotels and are very modern. Staff were helpful ...
We had three windows in our room that overlooked the old historic Forum and the Collisum, which was incredible. The Hotel itself had old world charm with wood floors, wood staircases, and very comfy room. This hotel was great. Staff was top rate, and willing to help in any way. I would recommend ...
rome is very lively and noisy . we very much enjoyed our time in rome. you must wear a good pair of trainers though you walk miles
This was our fourth visit to Rome each time in a different Hotel. This Hotel we would return to again and again. Almost every significant site is within walking distance for a fit person (1 mile approx). The breakfast was varied and good quality food. We had an evening meal which was good value and ...
Overall pleasant stay at hotel @ Prince Galles. Deluxe Triple room facility has a duplex setup which was an added pleasure. Bathroom was excellent, clean and modern steam shower facility. Reception lady was very courteous and helpful !! I would rate my stay in the hotel as above expectations and ...
Hotel is very clean and comfortable. It is an excellent starting point to all of the city's attractions. It is close to the train station and the metro system. I would recommend this hotel and i will return there for their perfect location and good customer service. Close to all in Rome.
Rome is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world, and once you’ve spent some time there it’s not hard to see why. As well as being home to some of the most famous landmarks and monuments on the planet, it’s also a hotspot for fine dining, luxury hotels, shopping and entertainment.
If there’s one thing Rome is famous for, it’s the history. You can brush up on your Latin at the Colosseum and Trajan’s Market, visit the First World War Memorial at the Vittorio Emanuele Monument, and plunge into the world of the Italian Renaissance by touring the stunning artworks at the city’s many churches and galleries. And of course, no stay in Rome would be complete without a visit to the Vatican.
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