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I recently spent 6 nights at the Hotel Best Roma with 8 other travelers (3 teenagers and 6 adults) on our spring break; we had 4 rooms: 1 triple and 3 doubles. The rooms were more than wonderful! The triple was more spacious than the...More
I stayed here with my husband and 17 year old daughter for one week 12 to 19 April 2011. The rooms were small but newly and tastefully decorated and furnished. They were very clean and were cleaned with fresh towels everyday. The location was a...More
About a 20 minute walk from Termini - not sure I would recommend the walk to a single female arriving at night, but during the day it would be fine. The hotel itself was vey nice. Our room was lovely - facing a courtyard, gorgeous...More
Nice hotel in not the nicest area the restaurants recommended by the hotel were OK but nothing special. Managed to find on the last night a little strip which was really good but really that was the only good thing about the area. Metro stop...More
The hotel was close to the train station. We knew there was no bar be read that the patio was great for a bottle of wine and snacks. Which it was. It was clean and tidy, The value was great.
Guanluca welcomed us to the...More
Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighbourhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighbourhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic centre. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
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Like most airports, Fiumicino is some way from Rome city centre. We did not fly there but arrived at the cruise terminal Civitavecchia and left from the Ciampino airport. We took a taxi on both journeys and the taxi driver... More
Like most airports, Fiumicino is some way from Rome city centre. We did not fly there but arrived at the cruise terminal Civitavecchia and left from the Ciampino airport. We took a taxi on both journeys and the taxi driver from the cruise terminal had some difficulty finding the hotel. The Termini rail terminus is about 20 minutes walk from the hotel and there is a tram that passes down the road in front of the hotel. If you know your way about Rome it is probably not too difficult but as strangers there we would not have found the hotel. It is a small hotel and asking for directions would be difficult because most people will not know it. I suggest getting a taxi would be the best way to get there. It was not too expensive to get to the Ciampino airport - about €30 I think - but it is a bit closer than Fiumicino and taxis from the airport may be more expensive. Hope this helps. Sorry for delay in responding it have only just picked up your question.