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Viale Regina Elena, 28, Rimini, Italy
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Domus Julia

by cadewet about Domus Julia

Double Standard

Lit. 220.000
specials avaliable Domus Julia offers a wide choice of arrangement for its clients in 6 rooms divided in two apartments, one is on the first floor and the other one is on the third floor, both are effortlessly achievable through a new modern elevator. All rooms are quiet, spacious and full of sun light and have floors surfed with parquet, soundproof windows and flameproof textiles signed by famous italian stylists. Rooms are equiped with new and functional furniture and have all facilities: direct digital phone line which provide fast Internet connecting, SAT TV and private safe box, some have also air-conditioning. All bathrooms are equipped with beautiful sheathing and blow-dryer. A stupendous suite with ceilings in old original wooden beams, provided with prestigious furniture made on eighteenth century is available for choosey clients who wish to spend an unforgettable stay in Rome.....
That was their discription, but it fits it perfectly.

Quartopiano b&b

by quartopiano about downtown Florence (Italy)

Quartopiano b&b totally downtown Florence(historical building)
rooms (5mt.high)with private bathroom /en suite
air condition-telephone-radio
great terrace-you can see all Florence
contact me!!
great place to stay in Florence a great terrace
rooms 5mt high
wonderful view
and paolo

What a suite!!!

by quefregados about The Agora Hotel

The hotel owner, Christian Candela, was awesome. Of course, he catered to Americans stationed at the military base in Naples but the rooms were very clean and well stocked. The nicest surprise was a bottle of champaigne and a cake on New Year's Eve that was left compliments of the management. We stayed in suite with a very comfortable fold-out sofa bed (I went with my cousin who wanted his own bed) . It was just a great place to stay where even the dishes were washed for you :) not near any touristy sites but it had a pool, bar, free access to the internet, little candies that were delish, and a very, very friendly & accomodating staff.

Venice

by dbeatty about Savoia & Yolanda

Very nice entry right off the main malecon. Stayed at the top in the suite with a balcony - great. Lovely facilities, mini bar too! I would stay here again, great view out the window and comfortable. Of course you pay for all this. Great view, excellent location.

Go First Class

by Snowzy

If your Eurail pass entitles you to first class seats, do head for it if you do not wish to spend money to make a seat reservation. Do note this is only for trains that do not requires compulsory seat reservation. This is because, tickets for a 1st class seats are usually more expensive and sometime reservation can be more expensive than that of a 2nd class seats too! Thus, 2nd class seats are most likely to be filled up faster than a 1st class.

Travelling by night train may not neccessary be cheaper if you think you want to travel by night and save on the accomodations. Night train requires reservation. Reservation fee range from the cheapest sleeperettes (may not be comfotable) to the expensive sleeping car where you have a bed.

Some routes are served by the Hotel train. they offer deluxe compartments with en suite facilites. Eurail pass entitles you to a discount on these trains. If not neccessary, try to avoid them. I ever tried taking the Hotel train from Paris to Barcelona and it cost me EUR 59! Yes, there's a bed that let me sleep comfortably throughout the journey, but it is so much more expensive than staying in a hostel! Well, sometime is no choice, when the time is of a concern, overnight train should still be considered.

Family Owned & Operated Hotel & Restaurant

by deecat about The Alpino Hotel and Restaurant

While in Barga, we stayed at the Alpine Hotel and Restaurant in the center of town. In 1902 the Castelvecchi family opened this establishment, and that family still owns and manages it.

All of their literature boasts of treating "you as a guest rather than a client, and the atmosphere is intended to be more that of a home rather than a hotel."

I must say, they do a good job of keeping that proclamation. They speak very little English, but they manage very well with satisfying the needs of the guests.

All rooms [9 in total] have en-suite bathrooms, telephones, televisions, air conditioning, and two rooms have large, outdoor terraces. In addition, there is an elevator, a restaurant, and a wine bar. The best qualities of The Alpino Hotel and Restaurant would have to be its small size which makes it much more intimate. Secondly, it is well located in the center of town so we walked to shops, sites, and restaurants .

The hotel staff is friendly and efficient

A real plus is the wonderful restaurant within the hotel and run by the same Castelvecchi family.

P is for Prince Bishop's accomm, Durham UK

by sourbugger about University college, Durham, UK

University college is so called because it is where the university began as the third University of England after Oxford & Cambridge in 1832.

It's more normally refered to as "Castle College" and when the students are out the tourists are in.

You can stay between March 21st and April 22nd and again between 3rd July and the end of September.

The standard of the normal rooms (fourty six quid for a double without an en-suite) is a little steep considering it is only student accommodation.
On the other hand you get to stay in a very historic building, have breakfast in the great hall and will get a free tour of the castle thrown in as well. There are also some 'Special rooms' such as the Bishop's Room which is featured in the Photo. At One hundred and sixty pounds a night it would put many five-star hotel to shame. With a couple of rooms to play with, a four poster bed, 17th century tapestries on the wall and a great view, what more could you want ?

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Salzburg - At Hotel Airportcenter

by elcbw

I would appreciate anyone who knows or have stayed at this hotel could tell me more about this hotel. Is it a place a family with teenagers can stay? Thanks in advance for answering.

Re: Salzburg - At Hotel Airportcenter

by jamesfmunro

Do you mean the Radisson at Aiport Center?

Re: Re: Salzburg - At Hotel Airportcenter

by elcbw

Hi James:

Thanks for trying to help again. The full name of the hotel is Austria Trend Hotel Airportcenter. I don't know if they are an affiliate of the Renaissance but their address is as follows:

Bundesstrasse 4
Salzburg, Austria
Reservations: 1-800-359-5672

Apparently, there is something happening in Salzburg because I tried almost all the hotel in the city center for a quad room without any success. I am planning to check in on August 20th and check out on the next day. The AT Hotel Airportcenter has free parking and have apartment style suite for families. I will be driving in from Venice that day. If I got delayed by traffic, at least I have a kitchen to cook dinner myself. I would appreciate if anyeone who stayed there before or knows about the hotel can offer their comments.

Regards,

Bill

Re: Re: Salzburg - At Hotel Airportcenter

by jamesfmunro

Looks like this hotel has changed management - was Radisson SAS whan I stayed there. Can't think of a reason why families couldn't stay there. It's adjacent to the shopping centre next to the airport, and has good transport links to the city. The Festival is on during your stay - that's why things are busy.

Re: Re: Salzburg - At Hotel Airportcenter

by elcbw

Hi James:

I am sure it is the same one because the hotel website stated there is a 50-store shopping center nearby. Was the hotel nice when you were there? Their website said they had been recently refurbished.

Regards,

Bill

Re: Re: Salzburg - At Hotel Airportcenter

by jamesfmunro

The hotel was just fine - no complaints whatsoever.

A really nice hotel walking distance from Rome's Termini

by Sandy31

We will be taking a train to Florence in the morning and would like a nice hotel walking distance from the Termini, a hotel that would keep our larger luggage for 4 days.

Thanks for the help... Sandy

Re: A really nice hotel walking distance from Rome's Termini

by worldinabag

Hi

What is your budget (in euros)? What is the date? How many people?

Cheers

Re: A really nice hotel walking distance from Rome's Termini

by nikkidish

I know that "really nice" or even "nice" is a little subjective, but I've stayed at the Scott House Hotel (http://www.scotthouse.com/) and found it very affordable and pleasant (air conditioning and en-suite bathrooms). I'm not sure about the left-luggage policy, so if you're interested, you'd have to contact the hotel about it.

Re: A really nice hotel walking distance from Rome's Termini

by Sandy31

We figure spending about $250 to $300 US per night.

Re: A really nice hotel walking distance from Rome's Termini

by worldinabag

Ugh...

Re: A really nice hotel walking distance from Rome's Termini

by toemayn

http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/75769/23513/3/ this is my Rome Hotel tip page. We had a 2 bed room apt breakfast included six people 4 nights last week in June.

Need someone with knowledge of Apartments/Suites in Rome

by anidou

We're taking our first trip to Italy and will be in Rome for 3 days the end of April, then on a cruise and back to Italy for 7 more days. Tried AAA for help and didn't get anywhere! So, I have just about become cross eyed from staring at computer lists of hotels, etc. We know we want an apartment or suite with kitchen facilities. Does anyone have a "perfect" place to recommend. We don't need 5 star and we're looking at $300 +/- per night. It doesn't have to be a huge place but we'd like one bedroom and at least a sofa bed or something, (in case of snoring you know!) and we need AC. Can't decide where to stay either, walking distance to everything, in the middle of experiencing/watching everything or out of the way and quiet. Even looked at a castle 20 minutes outside Rome! Anyway, I feel sure one of you seasoned travellers can help this novice?????

Re: Need someone with knowledge of Apartments/Suites in Rome

by PamHill

This does not exactly give you what you are looking for but a starting point. There is a website called www.wotif.com that will show you the places available, where they are and how much they charge.

Hopefully someone else will have more info for you.

Re: Need someone with knowledge of Apartments/Suites in Rome

by noelfava

There is a web site called Romesweethome(Google it). It lists many appartmnts, I have now used them three times and found them very helpfull and reliable. Mario

Re: Need someone with knowledge of Apartments/Suites in Rome

by anidou

Thanks to you both, I've tried both wotif and romesweethome. However, what I don't know is what I am seeing, which area is better than another to stay in, which company is better to rent from, what amenities should one really look for, etc. Just all confusing! Thanks again.

Re: Need someone with knowledge of Apartments/Suites in Rome

by mccalpin

Well, you might try the search function here on VT for 'apartment' in 'Rome'. I know that people have mentioned apartments in the city center.

We stayed at the Aurelia Residence San Pietro (http://www.aureliaresidence.it/) several years ago. It was a very nice place, with one and two bedrooms layouts, and what seems to be a fold-out sofa in every room (i.e., the one bedroom seemed to have a full bedroom and a fold-out sofa bed in the TV room and a fold-out sofa in the hallway). The kitchen had everything except an oven (full stove-top, though).

The only thing that may be detrimental to you is that while it is near to St. Peter's (200 yards), it is not as close to the city center. We chose it because it had a parking garage (having lived in Rome, I don't mind driving, but I don't recommend it for most tourists). Of course, just south of this apartment is a major road with many buses to the city center, and once you have walked to St. Peter's, there will also be many buses and taxis, so it's not like you're in the middle of nowhere...

Still, search VT's Rome Forum and see what else you come up with...

Bill

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