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We wanted to visit all the main historic places in Rome, in foot and it was perfectly situated for this. The hotel was nearly excellent, my one gripe would be that there were no tea and coffee making facilities in the room, so no early cup of tea unless you wanted to take out a mortgage for room ...
We stayed here for a total of 4 nights in the annex building and we had an amazing time. The room is nicely decorated and clean, it's not very big but we had plenty of room for the 2 of us and it was just somewhere to sleep as we were out alot. There was a mini bar in the room where most items were ...
We arrived from the US at the crack of dawn exhausted just hoping to drop off our luggage. They greeted us with open arms, gave us the room early and even let us have breakfast. Such a God send! We were invited to a manager's cocktail hour in the evening and met the owner who greeted every table ...
I upgraded to the double room with the balcony. (Just be sure to verify you want balcony as not all have one for the same rate.) I stayed 11 nights comfortably, which says something in itself. The room is tastefully decorated, Italian Ralph Lauren is what comes to mind with the textured walls, hard ...
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.
For the ultimate Roman experience, book yourself into one of the city’s historic hotels. You’ll find lots of accommodation options around the city, including some locations that have been built inside stunning, centuries-old buildings. Best of all, a stay in a historic building doesn’t have to break the bank – do your research using Expedia’s handy search tool, and you’ll be able to find your perfect hotel at the best price.