2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Principe Amedeo 63-65, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Hotel Acropoli
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Costs 32% less but rated 42% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families16
  • Couples15
  • Solo7
  • Business14

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Where to stay?

by lillyia


I am heading on a trip to Izmir and then to Italy. We'll be travelling with my boyfriend and we need a simple, clean and reasonable prised hostel/other accommodation in Roma.

Could you please, help us with some recommendations and contacts?
Thanks in advance.

By the way, we'll be happy to meet you for a walk/coffee if you are around. Our plan includes Selcuk (7-12) Matera area (13 - 20) Roma (21 and 22).

Have a great summer,

Re: Where to stay?

by domenicococozza

You could try the hotel Amalfi(through I dont know how much you want to spend but you should get a room for around £80.00 sterling per night.
We have stayed there and it was a pleasant experience.
Hostelling in Rome can be a bit hit and miss. There is one called the Hotel Acropoli near Termini station but it is dirty and badly managed.

Re: Where to stay?

by Paisleypaul

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Re: Where to stay?

by Mikebb

Hi Check out VT Rome pages on hotels and accommodation. Also go to and search your accommodation category, you will get great feedback.
You will enjoy Rome , we had a great experience 2 years ago.
Good Luck,

Travel Tips for Rome

Evenings on Piazza di Spagna stairs

by extrajoce

If you're looking for the crowds in Rome, go no further than Piazza di Spagna in the evening. The whole of via del Corso and via del babuine are so crowded, as they are large pedestrian streets filled with shops, but this is one of the places where a lot of Romans meet up before going out elsewhere.

The mausoleum of Augustus

by tompt

Once it was a prestigious graveyard, but today it is a grassy hill. 28BC emperor Augustus ordered the mausoleum to be built. It is a round building with a diameter of 87 meters. It had four round corridors, in which the ashes of the emperors family were kept. Because there were many cases of poisoning there were new ashes intered with regular intervals.

Later the building was used as a medieval fort, a vinyard, a theater and auditorium. Today it is closed and can only be visited by appointment.

Address: Piazza Augusto Imperatore

Metro - Quick and Easy, but Doesn't Go Everywhere

by WheninRome

I pasted the Metro/bus website below. Go to that website and download the "Metro and Regional Railways" map. I printed these maps out and took a couple with us.

There are 2 primary Metro lines within Rome: the A (orange line) and B (blue line). There are also other regional lines that I think your Roma Pass or 3-day travel passes will work at. For example, we took the regional Gray Line to get to Ostia Antica and our 3-day travel pass worked. Next time I am in Rome I would like to explore more of the places that the regional rail lines take you to.

The Metro's are nice and extremely easy to learn. We didn't have any trouble with pick pockets or the like, but one should be cautious. On a couple Metro's there were street performers (usually accordian players), which I enjoyed.

Little cafe by the Coloseo

by tomruth78 about Cafe Cafe

This is a great little cafe in perfect view of the Colosseum without huge price charges for the view.

Homemade food at its best.

Perhaps the worst toilet in Rome though. Might have something to do with the fact that there are only 16 public toilets in the whole of Rome.

Food only sells between 12.00 and 2.45pm. The homemade humous is just beautiful

The Pantheon:A Myth not at all

by davidlop

Far from it what may seem, and under the crosses and Madonnas, this is a pagan temple. There's a myth that says that the architecture of this building is so smooth that it keeps rain from falling in, even considering the ceiling has a big hole in the middle of it of some tenths meters... of course, this is false, and when it rains, the only thing it keeps the floor from becoming dumped is a good sinking that drains the water down under the surface :) (actually, when it only drizzles, it is feasible that the hot air leaving the building keeps the water out, or just dries before contacting the floor, but when it rains, it gets wet, I can tell you!)


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Address: Via Principe Amedeo 63-65, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy