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Well located off the chic Via Veneto, this glimmering four star hotel has an intimate feel and a stylish interior.  Style percolates through this hotel, with its wooden floors and a modern finish, making this an establishment that delivers on so many levels.

Each one of its 31 individually styled and spacious rooms are a pleasure to stay in.  With a fresh and modern approach to its design, the rooms are all equipped with a 40 inch LCD TV, mood lighting and free WiFi access.  The en suite bathrooms are a delightful combination of space and comfort – the perfect environment in which to unwind after a long day in the city.  In addition, the hotel terrace features a stunning Jacuzzi and for those dining at the classic hotel restaurant, the views over the eternal city are second to none.   A perfect package for travellers who want to experience Rome at a great price while staying in the beating heart of the city.

Our top picks close to this hotel

For families

Within the depths of Villa Borghese Park, families will be delighted to find the Bioparko di Roma.  This zoo actively encourages questioning minds and kids will come alive at the range of animals on display there.  The foundation that runs the Bioparko is heavily involved in conservation work and research into wildlife.

For romance

Off the beaten track a little, you will find the Janiculum Hill, where, in summertime, you will find original puppet shows which just beg to have a rug laid out before them to watch.  Curl up with a bottle of wine warmed by the sun and enjoy some lazy down time.

For culture

Follow in the footsteps of the founder of Rome.  Legend has it that a she wolf found twin brother Romulus and Remus on the banks of the River Tiber and nursed them as they were her own. In later life Romulus killed his twin brother at The Palatine and founded the city that would become Rome.  This site later became the home of the first Emperor Augustus and underneath it all a cave named the Lupercal – the relics of this story live on.

For shopping

The flea markets at Porta Portese provides an opportunity for the savvy shopper to pick up a bargain or two, although the competition for trinkets and finds is fierce here.  So elbows at the ready, and shop!

For eating out

You cannot visit Rome and not sample an authentic, rustic Roman pizza.  Forget the rest and try the best at La Gatta Mangiona where the bases are thin and crunchy and the toppings are sometimes simple and sometimes experimental but always out of this world.

For nightlife

The Rock Castle Cafe is a disco bar located in the bowels of the old city dungeons. With its dark, gothic feel, interesting night people come from all over the city to sip cocktails and rock the night away.


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