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This hotel is located in a quiet location in the city centre, close to the Termini railway station, putting the whole city within quick and easy reach. Close-by points of cultural interest include the Coliseum, and the Roman Forum. Within walking distance, there are also a number of shops and nightlife spots. 100 metres from the hotel is a car park where, for an extra fee, guests can park their cars. Facilities include a lobby with 24-hour reception, a hotel safe, lift access, a TV lounge, cafe, bar and breakfast room. Guests will appreciate the Internet access and room and laundry services.
Via Magenta 39
City Centre: 2 km
Direct dial telephone
Tea and coffee making facilities
Number of bedrooms
NOT AVAILABLE: Wheelchair-accessible, Disability-friendly bathroom, Smoking rooms
Airport Shuttle *
Late Check-out *
Babysitting service *
Transfer service *
Currency exchange facilities
NOT AVAILABLE: Wheelchair-accessible
Nearest Bus / Metro Stop: 200 km
Beach: 35 km
Colosseum: 1.5 km
Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica: 500 m
Trevi Fountain: 2 km
Spanish Steps: 2 km
* indicates service is at extra charge
City Breaks to Rome - Capital of Italy and the country's largest city, Rome is filled with relics, dating back some 2000 years which provide a timeless fascination for its countless visitors. The streets contain reminders of all the eras in Rome's rich history from the mighty Colosseum to the ancient Roman Forum.
The Via del Corso, Rome's main thoroughfare, cuts through the length of the city centre from Piazza Venezia in the south, with the vast marble Vittorio Emanuele Monument, to emerge in Piazza del Popolo in the north, beyond which lies the cool green refuge of the Villa Borghese. East of Via de Corso lies the elegant shopping streets including Via Borgognona and Via Condotti, which lead up to Piazza di Spagna (the famous Spanish Steps). West of Via del Corso, a maze of narrow streets winds its way down to the river Tiber. Moving south, the district of Trastevere is the city's alternative focus and home to numerous bars, restaurants and nightclubs.
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