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Set a 10-minute walk from St. Peter's Square in Rome, Domus Terenzio offers a garden, free WiFi throughout and elegant accommodations. Castel Sant'Angelo is 2297 feet away. The location was great, very close to the Vatican city, Castle Sant Angelo and Saint Peter's...
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 center. It’s good enough in good place with clean hotel and amazing stuff and hospitality, am really admire...
Hosted in a building from the early 1900s, Hotel Paolo II offers accommodations in a quiet courtyard in Rome, a 15-minute walk from the Vatican Museums. The hotel is 1 mi from Ottaviano Metro Station.... Lovely hotel close to Vatican. Very nice receptionists ,whose are reads to help you with everything...
Hotel Della Conciliazione is just 328 feet 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. Great hotel location, lots of places for dining and shopping, great service and nice staff (it is...
Just 1640 feet from Lepanto Metro Station on line A, Hotel Relais Dei Papi is 5 minutes’ walk from St. Peter's Square and the Vatican Museums. The room was wonderful and quiet, exceptionally clean, including the bathroom and the staff was...
Hotel Pacific features 50 years of welcoming tradition and experience in a completely renovated building, close to Saint Peter's Square and the Vatican Museums, elegant neighborhood in the Eternal... Very clean, 24/7 personnel availability/ security. location, management, spacious bed.
Featuring a spa area, Hotel Vespasiano is located in Rome, just 984 feet from the Vatican Museums. It offers elegant modern rooms and free WiFi throughout. The love that hotel staff treats you, makes you feel like a hotel owner, Free WIFI in the hotel is...
Set on the second floor of a historic building in Rome's popular Prati district, Nautilus is on a quiet street 5 minutes' walk from both Lepanto and Ottaviano metro stations. Quite location and a large comfortable bed Friendly atmosphere and very clean
Marvi Hotel offers rooms with air conditioning in the center of Rome, 328 feet from Castel Sant’Angelo. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout. Good position Very nice staff Good price
Just 220 yards 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 available.... The location was amazing, just 11/2 blocks from St. Peters...
Set 1476 feet from Saint Peter's Square, Starhotels Michelangelo Rome offers rooms with classic decoration and air conditioning. Castel Sant'Angelo castle is a 15-minute walk away. spotlessly clean, with great family / connecting rooms.
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. Hotel owners Hotel workers Breakfast Room Cleaning
Hotel Prati offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Property was fairly close to everything, it was clean and the staff were friendly.
Set in Rome's exclusive Prati area, the Orange Hotel offers a rooftop terrace with hot tub and views of St. Peter's Dome.
The result of a careful restoration of an antique papal palace in glamorous Art Nouveau style, Grand Hotel Olympic offers elegant accommodations just two blocks away from Saint Peter’s Basilica. The location is excellent, the rooms were comfortable and the staff were very friendly and helpful.
Just 1312 feet 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. Everything else, gluten free breakfast included
In one of Rome's elegant shopping and residential districts, The Boutique Hotel is within 2297 feet of Saint Peter's Basilica and the Vatican City. WiFi is free throughout the property. We were met by Jason who was extremely helpful and checked us in very promptly.
Located in Rome and with Vatican Museums reachable within 1.1 miles, Eccelso Hotel provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a bar, free WiFi throughout the property and a shared... We arrived to Eccelso hotel at night and the self check-in was really convenient.
Featuring a bar, shared lounge, garden and free WiFi, Elle Boutique Hotel is located in Rome, a 3-minute walk from St. Peter's Basilica and 400 yards from The Vatican. The Hotel is superb, absolutely clean and the staff is super friendly.
Offering panoramic views of Saint Peter's Square from its rooftop terrace, Residenza Paolo VI is a converted monastery with free WiFi. Very clean and comfortable room with great view to the garden.
Hotel Amalia is just 656 feet from the Vatican City walls and 1640 feet from St. Peter's Basilica. It offers classically furnished rooms with a private bathroom and free high-speed WiFi throughout. The room. The big TV. The wifi. The location. The friendly staff.
Well set in the Vaticano Prati district of Rome, Hotel Roma Vaticano is located an 18-minute walk from Castel Sant'Angelo, one mile from The Vatican and a 20-minute walk from St. Peter's Basilica. Spotless room and the fragrance of the comfort (sheets, towels)
Located within a 7-minute walk of Vatican Museums and 0.7 miles of St. Peter's Basilica, Hotel Ottaviano Augusto has rooms with air conditioning and a private bathroom in Rome. Really nice Hotel with a great receptionist - Roman!
Located in the center of Rome, just 656 feet from the Vatican City, Hotel Silla is a family-run hotel. All rooms are en suite, and WiFi is free. The location is perfect. In Prati, a very nice, safe, clean upscale neighborhood with wonderful...
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.
Even with skip the line tour booked there was still delays getting into museum. It was over crowded, too many tours with audio equipment too close together to actually hear what was being said. The corridors became very samy, and repetitive. Unless you enjoy being pushed and shoved and stepped on for hours in stuffy conditions I would avoid this.
I took a tour that gets you into the Museum before opening, but then so did thousands of others so it's really not worth it. Best if you can somehow time your visit to not overlap with the most popular group tour times. The group tour leaders all carry flags or other pointers which will intrude into all your pictures!
try to visit early or late - and off-season if, possible. They let too many visitors into the Sistine Chapel, and the guards don't/can't maintain the policies (quiet and no flash photography) - it is not pleasant in the summer
The location was great. Very close to the Vatican museums and St Peter. I would dare say that if less than 30mins don't bother you, other main attractions are within walking distance (except for the Colosseum and its surroundings - for those you can use the metro). The host was very nice and gave us the fast apartment tour since we did not have much time (we had booked tickets to which we were already late).
The location is amazing, it's right next to a metro station, and just a few minutes walk to St.Peters' Square, and the Vatican Museums. So if you're into this sort of stuff, it's the right place to stay! The apartment is a good size, we didn't feel like anything is missing. The lady letting us in was kind, informative and flexible.
100% recommend! Great location (5 min walk to Vatican Museums and Metro Station), nice breakfast at the Café across the street which is open almost 24/7, friendly staff who waited for us to check in (since we got lost and were a bit late) and gave good restaurant recommendations, comfy beds and very clean. Nothing to complain :)
This is a clean, delightful and design apartment. It was clean and bright. We loved the location, walking distance to St. Peter's and the Vatican Museums. An adult can't stand up in the upstairs second bedroom, but it's fine for sleeping. We would definitely stay here again.
Location is perfect to go to Vatican museums. But pretty far to the rest of the other must go places. However, public transport is very good in Rome. This place is perfect for a travelers who love privacy. If you are looking for a more social place, look for another option.
The breakfast was just acceptable. The staff was very nice and polite. Overall the decoration was superb. Classic and confortable. The hotel is located in front of the Vatican Museums entrance.
Great location, short walk to Vatican museums, shopping, groceries, restaurants and metro. Busy lively area, but quiet, since unit faced courtyard not street.
Location is fantastic- you are right across the street from the Vatican Museums entrance, good size balcony that is shared with a neighbor.
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.