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Set in Rome and with Ottaviano Metro Station reachable within less than 1 km, Hotel Ottaviano Augusto offers concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a terrace, free WiFi and a restaurant. Everything was FANTASTIC! Many beautiful and positive things can be mentioned, but only a few are:...
Set in Rome and with Vatican Museums reachable within less than 1 km, Mama Shelter Roma offers concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a garden, free WiFi and a terrace. This 4-star hotel offers a... Great staff - very friendly and supportive.
Hosted in a building from the early 1900s, Hotel Paolo II offers accommodation in a quiet courtyard in Rome, a 15-minute walk from the Vatican Museums. The hotel is 1.6 km from Ottaviano Metro... Very nice and renovated hotel in the common area of surrounding buildings.
Hotel Della Conciliazione is just 100 metres from Saint Peter's Basilica, and a 2-minute walk from the terminus of bus 40 Express, providing direct links with Roma Termini Train Station. The manager was fantastic and so kind so was all of the staff.
Just 500 metres from Lepanto Metro Station on line A, Hotel Relais Dei Papi is 5 minutes’ walk from St. Peter's Square and the Vatican Museums. Great location and the staff was super helpful regarding suggestions on where are a must-see in Roma...
Starhotels Michelangelo Roma is located just 450 meters far from Saint Peter's Square, within walking distance from the Sistine Chapel and from the Vatican Museums. Location and staff were very nice
Located on a quiet street between Castel Sant'Angelo and the Vatican City, Trianon Borgo Pio provides friendly service and spacious, self-catering apartments in Rome's historical centre. Our stay was extraordinary!We loved the location,the clean extra space,the delicious breakfast and...
This property offers a Special Protection Program, a strict program of precise safeguards dedicated to our guests and our staff. Above all the cordiality and kindness of the whole staff, from reception to breakfast, housekeeping,...
Ideally situated in the centre of Rome, Relais Roma Vaticano - METRO station Ottaviano features Italian breakfast and free WiFi throughout the property. The room was in excellent condition, it was obvious that it was recently renovated.
Set a 10-minute walk from St. Peter's Square in Rome, Domus Terenzio offers a garden, free WiFi throughout and elegant accommodation. Castel Sant'Angelo is 700 metres away. The hotel was superb, cosy and very homie...
Just 200 metres from St Peter’s Basilica, Sant’Anna Hotel is a 17th-century building offering elegant rooms and interiors in central Rome. Wi-Fi is free and a varied continental breakfast is served. Very good hotel in a perfect location. It is next to Vatican City and the staff was very helpful.
Boasting a great location a few steps from the Vatican Museums and Vatican City Walls, Hearth Hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from Saint Peter's Square in Rome. The location was excellent. About a 5 minute walk to the entrance of the Vatican.
Hotel Prati offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. The kindness of the staff , the breakfast was great
Set in Rome's elegant Prati district, between the Vatican walls and Piazza Mazzini, Hotel Franklin Feel The Sound is a charming hotel. exactly what we needed, great location, 10 minute walk to the Vatican with lots of good local...
Situated in the centre of Rome, just 200 metres from the Vatican City, Hotel Silla is a family-run hotel. All rooms are en suite, and WiFi is free. Room was quiet and dark, air-conditioning was cold and quiet, room, toilet and floor and bed were...
Palazzo Cardinal Cesi is set in a 15th-century building, and is just 140 metres from Saint Peter’s Square. This property has a private courtyard garden. This is a beautiful property right on the doorstep of St. Peter’s Basilica.
Well located in the centre of Rome, Eccelso Hotel provides air-conditioned rooms, a shared lounge, free WiFi and a bar. This 3-star hotel offers room service and a tour desk. Amazing place. Well located, modern and staff was so helpful. Loved it!
In one of Rome's elegant shopping and residential districts, The Boutique Hotel is within 700 metres of Saint Peter's Basilica and the Vatican City. WiFi is free throughout the property. The property was super clean, and the location was right at the center of the city, very close to...
Boasting a garden, a shared lounge as well as a bar, Elle Boutique Hotel is set in the centre of Rome, 700 metres from St. Peter's Basilica. I only have amazing things to say about this hotel.
Set in Rome, 1.7 km from St. Peter's Basilica, Camplus San Pietro offers accommodation with a fitness centre, private parking, a garden and a shared lounge. I was very modern, clean and big
Hotel Vespasiano is located in Rome, just 300 metres from the Vatican Museums. It offers elegant modern rooms and free WiFi throughout. Good location, friendly and helpful staff.
Offering panoramic views of Saint Peter's Square from its rooftop terrace, Residenza Paolo VI is a converted monastery with free WiFi. Location, property is in Vatican City walking miles to St. Peter’s Basilica.
Just 400 meters from the Vatican, this hotel features a roof terrace with views of St. Peter’s Basilica. Rooms offer free Wi-Fi and come in a classic style with stuccoes, carpets and tapestries. Concierges and all staff were extremely helpful and courteous
Featuring 2-star accommodation, Cloud 9 Hotel is located in Rome, 600 metres from Ottaviano Metro Station and 1 km from Vatican Museums. Stayied at this hotel for one night only, It Is located in a Building near città del vaticano the...
I visited the Vatican Museum here, not the Vatican itself. The Museum has much incredible art, and I booked a walking tour. By the end of the tour (two hours later), I was understandably tired. Most of what I can remember consists of dusty, half-lit rooms, which didn't help. I was glad to get some fresh air. Be aware that, being close to the Vatican and the Piazza S. Pietro, this neighbourhood is a magnet for junk sellers and scammers. Be extra careful here. The police will do nothing about them.
I've been several times before, but my husband had not, so we booked a group guided tour with Viator. I can say that the Catholic Church has RUINED the Vatican museum and the Sistine Chapel with their greed by shoving 25,000-45,000 people per DAY through there with very little time to see anything!! It was NEVER like this before and I'm appalled that it's become so disgustingly greedy to do this! Our tour started at 2:45 and it was SO crowded and SO rushed that we literally had 3 minutes in the Sistine Chapel, which is at the end of the tour, before the nasty guards literally turned all of the lights off and shoved us out the door!!! Can't miss your 5 pm espresso apparently!!! We were literally crowded shoulder to shoulder with others throughout a great deal of the museum and the chapel!!!
Book skip the line or a tour of the museums, Sistine Chapel and Basillica as one tour, if you book sistene chapel and basillica as a tour you do not have to wait in the huge security line for the Basillica (although it is free if you choose the latter) .
So much to take in, and quite a bit to be honest that has been taken from other countries! You have to go to the Sistene Chapel of course, but its not that great. Other ceilings in Rome are just as impressive.
It’s free every last Sunday (9:00-14:00) of the month, but not included the Sistine Chapel. You can visit it first and then go to the St. Peter’s Basilica. it’s free as well, you only need to pay for the dome and it’s worth to do so. You can see the whole Vatican City there. However, if you gonna paid for the museum, you better change the schedule to the St. Peter’s Basilica and the dome first. It will be very crowded after 10:30am.
The Vatican Museums 10 years ago were doable. Today - you are one of many sardines trying to see the same item. If you want to see them get yourself a private guide (make arrangements before you arrive in Rome) and let him set the agenda as to what to see in the Museums and at what time of day.
The property is very well situated, close to the entrance to the Vatican Museums and a metro station. The area is quiet, there are several places to have food nearby, as well as a 24/7 super market. The appartment was clean and very well equipped suitable for a family. The decoration was really nice, including the balcony that compelled to spend a few times in its shade The hosts were very polite, explained everything to us and responded to all our requests. I'd stay there again in my next visit to Rome
The apartment is ideally located for visiting the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and the Basilica. It is close to the metro and there is a Carrefour Express just around the corner. It is about a 15 minute walk to the Hop on Hop off busses. The reception from Rafaella was wonderful, with plenty of local knowledge included and they provide tea, coffee, water and some breakfast bites. The rooms are a good size and the shower room is great.
Great room in the vicinity of the Vatican museums. The building is nicely decorated a bit with vintage style. Beds were comfortable, friendly staff
Really near the Vatican Museums. Easy to find taxis from there to go in other areas.
Confortable beds and the location, close to vatican museums
Near the Vatican Museums, near the center, good transport.
I didn't know the Sistine Chapel didn't allow photography. Frankly, the Hall of Maps at the Musei Vaticani was the most impressive aspect. The entire collection was amazing.
pre-book a tour around the Vatican museums (Sistine Chapel) and St.Peter's as it is well worth the extra money and avoids the massive queues.
If you like museums, pictures and sculptures. When visiting the Capitol and Vatican museums you'll need to give each place twice the time recommended in the guidebooks. There is so much to see every were.
The Art in the Vatican Museums is just stunning and so much of it. It is well worth the entrance fee but pre book tickets or you will queue for hours.
Definitely pre-book tickets we avoided hours of queueing at the Vatican museums and Colosseum.
You cannot avoid the crowd. The best suggestion to visit Vatican museums and St Peter's is to take a guided tour. To visit the Colosseum, book your tickets in advance over the internet and skip the line. Other attractions are easy to visit.