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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. Sparkling clean and many treats available
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. Clean rooms, welcoming and friendly staff
Located in Rome and with Vatican Museums reachable within 1.1 mi, Eccelso Hotel provides express check-in and check-out, allergy-free rooms, a bar, free WiFi throughout the property and a shared... We arrived later in the day, and the hotel staff provided clear instructions for self check in.
Featuring free WiFi throughout the property, Navona Street Hotel offers a furnished courtyard and modern accommodations in the center of Rome, 1640 feet from Piazza Navona. Great location, clean, friendly staff
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.... Location and personnel. It is run in a very friendly and professional manner.
Offering a free spa, an à la carte restaurant and a mini-gym, Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George is located on exclusive Via Giulia, just 1969 feet from Campo De’ Fiori in Rome. Free WiFi is available. Beautiful rooms and terrace, an extremely accommodating and friendly staff.
Offering modern interiors and a relaxing garden, the Orazio Palace Hotel is located in Rome's Prati quarter. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi and soft bathrobes and slippers. Hi friends, I was looking for a hotel in Rome close to the old city to the Vatican to the Colosseum...
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.... Location, very clean, friendly staff
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. very nice place, nice staff, i recommend :)
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. Beautyfull rooms with beautifull view
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. Excellent location, near St. Peter's Basilica. the staff were fantastic, room very comfortable.
Set just outside the Vatican Walls, Hotel Gravina is 10 minutes' walk from St. Peter's Square. It offers stylish rooms with air conditioning and free high-speed Wi-Fi. The hotel is very close Piazza San Pietro and in the neighborhood there are store such as...
This property offers a Special Protection Program, a strict program of precise safeguards dedicated to our guests and our staff. Excellent Breakfast Brand new hotel and well connected Optimal position , very close to everything...
The Hotel Atlante Garden is set on the banks of the Tiber River, close to Castel Sant’Angelo and the picturesque Piazza Navona. I booked the hotel for my daughter’s birthday and the staff were wonderful with her and friends.
Located 2297 feet from Castel Sant'Angelo, Hotel dei Quiriti Suite features modern-style rooms with air conditioning in Rome. The room is immaculate and the staffs are very accommodating and hospitable 🙂
With a garden and a sky terrace, the Fragrance St Peter is in Rome, half a mile from Saint Peter’s Square. Free Wi-Fi access is available in all areas. location, cleanliness, modern amenities. the patio in the back was gorgeous.
Centrally located in Rome, Cola di Rienzo Luxury Penthouse is set on one of Rome's main shopping streets, 2133 feet from Ottaviano Metro Station. It offers elegant accommodations featuring free WiFi. It was like a 3 or 4 stars hotel, biggest advantage of the accommodation is the receptionist.
Set in a historical building in Corso Vittorio Emanuele, a 5-minute walk from Castel Sant'Angelo, Boutique Hotel Atelier '800 offers modern-style rooms with city views. The hotel is just fantastic, absolutely clean.
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. A wide spread for buffet breakfast Friendly staff
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. Everything was great about the hotel.
Offering elegant interiors and design rooms with views of the Vatican, Castel Sant’Angelo, Vicolo di Sant'Onofrio or the hotel’s garden, the 5-star Gran Melia is located in central Rome. Great hotel in a super location near everything (e.g. 10 mins walking distance to the Vatican).
Tmark Hotel Vaticano faces the Vatican walls and the entrance of the Vatican Museums. Great experience all around...wonderful helpful staff!
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. Location was great as was the breakfast😊
Set on the Tiber River promenade, Hotel La Rovere is only 711 yards from St. Peter’s Square. It offers rooms with LCD TVs in Rome’s popular Trastevere district. Wi-Fi is free in public areas. Reception staff were very friendly
Go to the Vatican Museum! Best to book ticket ahead online, rather than in Rome. You will literally pass blocks of people in line when you book ahead online. Tour guide is not necessary, as the audio tour is very good. Art is absolutely amazing.
Once in Rome, you simply cannot miss it. The building and the square are wonderful and so is the interior of the Vatican buildings. However, the buildings of the Vatican, especially the Sistine Chapel is so crowded at any time of the day that you simply cannot enjoy the frescoes.
Don't bother, your squashed in like sardines, can't see any of the art, expensive tour, and you would never find your way around without a guide. Go see St Peters, you can do that for free, walk straight in mid arvo. But don't bother with Vatican
Guided tours like with City Wonder Tour is good for first time visitors. The tour we took included the museum, Sistine Chapel and St. Peter's Basilica. There is a lot of walking and climbing steps so wear comfortable shoes. We did the tour on a Saturday so there were a lot of people there.
Use the Omnia/Roma Pass, book an entry time and book a guided tour. Booking the guided tour will save you hours of standing in line and get you to the most important highlights through the enormous crowds!
They have to many people in, we was not able to look to the exposition because people was moving only in one direction. You have to go with the flow of people. No exit to get of that mass of people punching you in one direction. No consideration for the visitors. They just one to makes their money. Was not a good experience.
A stylish well equipped apartment in a very convenient location. Apartment is spotlessly clean and secure in a older but well maintained building ,the unit is on the ground floor near the building entrance so a little noise from other residents but worth the small inconvenience as you can come and go without fuss. Four minutes walk to a metro stop,seven minutes walk to the Vatican museum same again to Saint Peters square.Area has lots of restaurants and shopping. A very good choice in central Rome
We loved staying in Daniele's B&B! The apartment was in an amazing location in Rome, close to everything that we wanted to do! Only a short walk to the Vatican, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Spanish Steps. Daniele was an incredible host who checked in with us frequently to make sure we had everything we needed. He even made us a welcome cocktail when we arrived! We loved the B&B and would definitely stay there again the next time we come to Rome!
The host did an exceptional job in making sure our trip went smoothly. From check-in to check-out, the host made sure our needs were met and gave us wonderful restaurant recommendations. The location of this apartment is convenient for travellers in Rome (Cipro station is not far from the apartment) and it's only a 10-15 minute walk to the Vatican. Additionally, nearby, there are a couple super market options. Overall, great experience and value!
This hotel is right at the center of the city and less than a mile to all the sights in Rome including the Vatican and the Colosseum. The breakfast is the BEST deal you will get for breakfast in Rome, so make sure you opt for that as it will be cheaper and better than eating outside. You can have omelettes made to order. The staff goes above and beyond to accommodate you, definitely excellent service.
Loved the Atlante Star Hotel! I have been to Rome many times but I had never stayed over the river before. The Atlante Star Hotel was in a wonderful neighborhood and we absolutely loved the restaurants and feel of the area. It was extremely close to the Vatican and we had a spectacular view of the Vatican from our balcony!
The location is perfect to see the main tourist spots in Rome...Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Founation, Pantheon, Spanish Steps. There's also a bus stop a few steps from the hotel to take you to the Vatican.
For the one day that I stayed in Rome EVERYTHING in this Hotel was nice I am happy that I could find such a nice place, with good price in the Vatican vicinities
check out the hotels for your ideal location, you get very good value for money from smaller hotels/ bed and breakfast/ guest houses etc. Use the hop on hop off buses, buy tickets to the main tourist attractions in advance, unless you like to wait in line a lot! Vatican is manic, I went in March and it was starting to get busy, I can imagine it would be very hot and uncomfortable in the height of the season.
If you take the time to go through the streets north of the Vatican you can find many small stores where the locals shop. As well as the popular brands and designer labels these streets are full of market stalls with lots of bargains and lovely small deli's and cafes that sell many wonderful local goodies. Great restaurants in this area too, well worth spending a few hours of the day finding a treasure or two.
Get a 48-hour pass on one of the "hop on, hop off" sightseeing bus services. Many of them also offer "skip the line" tickets for certain sights. These tickets are worth every cent. There are tourists waiting in long lines everywhere, which will waste a lot of your time and energy. Rome is an intense tourist destination with much to see. Plan well, do research and be prepared to spend extra on special services. You will need at least 5 days to a week to truly see most of the major landmarks. Just the Vatican Museum offers so much that you could easily spend 3 days inside and still not truly see most of it.
As it's Rome there will always be tourists everywhere but DO NOT go with any tour group guaranteeing to skip lines, the queues are never as bad as they look. We were told a "5 hour queue for Vatican and the Sistine chapel" but if we joined a tour we can go straight in...for a €50 fee. We opted out and queued and were in and out of the Vatican, Vatican museum and Sistine Chapel within 2.5 hours all for a quarter of the price (student and EU citizen discounts). The same goes for the colosseum. Go at your own pace and avoid the scammers. The hotel had basic tourist maps which were perfect and we easily found our way. But we did find there were always less people between 12-1 as they had gone to find food by then.
The Colisseum and the Vatican are probably the main attractions, but there are dozens of monuments, museums, gallaries, fountains and churches that all offer a piece of ancient or modern history. Even the roads and walls and buildings seem to tell a story about one of the most preserved ancient cities in the world.
Money buys comfort buys efficiency buys quality. The Roma & Vatican passes were what made the history come alive as they get you in fast. We walked inside the Colloseum & the Vatican within 10 minutes of arriving!!!!