207 Comfort Inn Hotel Rome

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Viale Giulio Cesare 207, Rome, Lazio, 00100, Italy
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  • Couples69
  • Solo62
  • Business33

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Forum Posts

What's your opinion about the thing's that are a " must see "in Rome, for a first time ?

by hpaul3884

We are a group of 9 students that well visit ROMA and the surroundings on "10-13 Mai " AND MY QUESTION IS : What's your opinion about the thing's that are a " must see "in Rome, for a first time ?
.....thanks 4 THE HELP . Paul H.

Re: What's your opinion about the thing's that are a " must see "in Rome, for a first time ?

by Donna_in_India

In no particular order: Vatican Museums, Vatican City - St. Peter's (go to the top for great views), Colosseum, Roman Forum, and for sentimental reasons Trevi Fountain (and surrounding area).

Re: What's your opinion about the thing's that are a " must see "in Rome, for a first time ?

by unaS

Put the word Rome into the search box at the top right of any VT page and then click on To Do to get all of the tips any one has ever written about the city on VT.

Re: What's your opinion about the thing's that are a " must see "in Rome, for a first time ?

by mccalpin

Paul, the list of "must see" items in Rome will vary, based on what it is that is important to you. For example, if you are into Roman and ancient history, then a visit to the Museum of Roman Civilization is a must see, because this museum houses the ballroom-sized models of the ancient city of Rome at various periods, including the one of the Empire that is in all the Latin books. But if you didn't care about ancient Rome, then this museum would bore you.

If you care about the Etruscans (the people who heavily influenced Rome in the period of the kings and long after), then a must see is the Villa Giulia; otherwise, the traveller looking for nice shoes and gelato would be bored.

See what I mean? Tell us a little about yourself.

P.S. Donna's list is understandable for any traveller. St. Peter's at the Vatican is the largest Christian church in the world, and is well worth the visit, even if you aren't religious. And certainly, viewing the Roman Forum and Colosseum are for everyone, although even there you have issues. Next to the Roman Forum (of which there isn't much left, just so you know), is the Palatine Hill, where the Roman Emperors lived, but which may also have been the site of the first settlements in Rome in the 9th Century BC (i.e., Romulus, the founder of Rome). People who don't care about ancient history usually don't go around the Palatine, because they don't understand what they're seeing...


Travel Tips for Rome

These are the Spanish steps......

by scooter3

These are the Spanish steps... This area is filled with numerous $$$ shops... and very near to the subway... There is a lot of good shopping in Rome, but I wouldn't suggest this area, unless you have a lot of money to spend on Designer names...

Are you an AS Roma Fan?

by mariocibelli

In Rome there are three AS ROMA stores selling paraphanelia everything from keychains to Totti Swatches.

Here are the locations:

** piazza colonna 360
***via appia nuova 130
****Cola di Rienzo 136

From their website (listed below) you can also buy tickets - but it never seems to work.

A bar made entirely of ICE--even your drink glass!

by Lornabug about The Ice Bar

I'm trying to remember how much this place was... I'm remembering a cool 10-20 euro for a place that was pretty much empty. But, you may, like us, decide that you're willing to fork it out for a once-in-a-lifetime place like this: a bar made entirely of ice, kept at -5 C. Walls, bar, benches, tables, the glasses, ice sculptures, the works. You get a thermal cape and gloves to help keep you warm. The benches are draped in white sheep skins for a luxurious feel. The ice sculpture at the bar is carved out with a path to pour your shot in and a straw out one side should you be so daring. The cover gets you a margarita-sized drink from their fun selection in an ice glass. Not sure how full the bar is othewise. This place seemed more for groups of Americans to freak out for 15 minutes till too cold to stay. A TV in the lobby shows you the other fools that are in where you are about to enter; if you're looking for nightlife, check it to see if there's anyone worth going in for. Bundle up! The thermal cape is only a cape!

al Nuovo Fagianetto

by ATLC about al Nuovo Fagianetto

One of 4 restaurants in this street that we tried. A group of 12, like we were, is bound not to go unnoticed and so every time we left the hotel or came back, all of the restaurant holders tried to get us in. This was the one we tried on our last evening.
Although service was a bit muddled up, we all enjoyed our dinner. After coffee, the owner brought us grappa and various Italian liqueurs which we enjoyed for free. Every now and again the owner would come by, point towards the bottom of the bottle and say: that's the best part! Drink, drink!

We spent about € 25 per person, including all drinks: wine, mineral water, coffee

A specific detail that must be mentioned: this hotel does not allow street musicians or flower sellers to come inside. I had prosciutto e melone (ham and melon), spaghetti vongole (home made pasta with clams), tripes a la romana. And a wonderful chocolate/noisette cake to finish.
Around our table I saw (and tasted) that the swordfish (grilled) was exceptionally good.

Eat as the Romans do!!

by abarbieri about a selection of the best casual local places

This places are listed in a new restaurants guidebook called "Roma nel Piatto" www.romanelpiatto.it:

Da Ugo
Via dei Prefetti 19
tel. 06.6873752
Closed Sunday

Enoteca Corsi
Via del Gesù 87
tel. 06.6790821
Serves only lunch, closed Sunday

Vicolo Rosini 4
closed Sunday

Via di Tor di Nona 23
Tel. 06.6861916
closed Sunday They have all the traditional roman recipes on the menu.


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Address: Viale Giulio Cesare 207, Rome, Lazio, 00100, Italy