Albergo Tizi

Via Collina, 48, Rome, 00187, Italy
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Hotel near train station moderately priced

by Karlie85

Hi everyone. Me and my husband are going to Rome June 20-24, 2008. We would really like something near the main train station that is not too expensive, since we will be in Italy for 3 weeks! We've been looking at hotel websites/reviews/etc., and there are quite a few that look good. However I am torn because they pretty much all have an equal amount of good and bad reviews. If anybody could recommend anything, we would appreciate it very much! Thank you!

Re: Hotel near train station moderately priced

by iaint

thought it was Italy!

must have been that flag

we stayed at the Mercure 3 weeks ago - €166 per night - so not cheap, but near Termini

see my Rome pages if interested

Re: Hotel near train station moderately priced

by Karlie85

That's not too bad. We're definitely trying to stay under $300 Canadian a night! I'll check out their website.

Re: Hotel near train station moderately priced

by iaint

i had a small glitch when i booked online; it was all accepted, then a few days later i got an email from the hotel (but it did not look "official") to say payment had been denied and asking me to email my credit card details!

i was wary of a scam and/or being charged twice

after a bit of toing + froing i faxed the credit card details, and all was fine

if you want non smoking, you put that in the "comments" section when booking; they have non smoking floors; i sent an email the week of our arrival to get this confirmed, which they did; then of course at check in they tried to give us a smoking room! it was fixed as soon as i asked, but you have to be alert

i'm not trying to put you off - these are just little pointers!

Re: Hotel near train station moderately priced

by kez943

For that extended amount of time, I would look for an apartment. Plus the area around the station is not the place I'd look. There are some really nice apartments in the Piazza Navonna area that compete in price with what you'll pay for a hotel. Stayed recently near the station and it was, for all of its high cost, really crappy! Stayed, earlier that same trip, in an apartment near Piazza Navonna and it was delightful. It was a five minute walk from the Vatican and Castel Sant' Agnelo in one direction, and two minutes from Navonna in the other and another 3 or 4 minutes to the Pantheon. Delightful. Plus along there is one of Rome's best pizza restaurants: Bafetto's. Try it out.

Ken

Re: Hotel near train station moderately priced

by kez943

One more thing: try the RentalinRome site. Their apartments were pretty well priced. Ours, great for two people was only about 130eu per night.
Ken

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blog about Roman culture life, events and art

by vinnipolika

who speak some italian, can visit this blog that I've found very useful for who is going to Rome
http://www.ulysseholidays.com/blog-roma-eventi
Cultural events, art exhibitions, cinema, italian delicatessen, musical concerts, holidays events and other information for tourists

One of most unique place in...

by Big-Damian

One of most unique place in Rome is the Catacombs of St. Callixtus (Crypt of the Popes), just outside the city limits of Rome. The Catacombs are the official burial place of the bishops of Rome. If you have the time, I recommend that everyone go tour the Catacombs. That is, if you don't get creeped out very easy. This place is a big underground burial. Just a big tomb where thousands of Christians were buried. While underground, you will see where they were laid to rest. Just many halls with different size holes in them. While on your tour, they will take you to where the popes were buried. No pictures are allowed, so you have to buy a post card.

Rome Metro

by jmhenry1123

You can buy your tickets at a tabacco shop (1 euro for 75 min of use).

The Rome metro is really easy to use and cost about 1 euro. If you plan on using it alot then you can probably invest in a pass.

Be sure to stamp your ticket to validate it. You do not want to be caught without it or you are hit with a heavy fine.

Near Piazza Navona, but without the High Prices

by Lacristina about La Focaccia

Under the gaze of Santa Maria della Pace, you'll find the charming and cozy restaurant La Focaccia. As it was just around the corner from my friends' apartment, we ate there several times, and were never disappointed.

If you long to get away from the noise and bustle of Piazza Navona, this is the place for you. Reasonable prices, an incredibly extensive menu, and wonderfully prepared fresh food. The waiters were helpful and speak English, and the menu is translated into English. Sitting outside was delightful, but the interior rooms downstairs were so charming - we didn't even mind when the outdoor tables were filled. Wonderful "suppli" which are rice balls, stuffed with scamorza - a tasty smoked cheese, then deep fried. Potato croquettes. Delicious salads (I love the Ischia). Eggplant rollini with mozzarella cheese and tomatoes. Pizzas. Bruschetta (pronounced "broo SKET tah"). And, of course, focaccia. My favorite was the onion. You can create your own pizza if you wish and they'll cook it in their wood fired oven.

Piazza della Repubblica

by jelw

Though this is certainly considered a lesser square, Repubblica remains close to my heart. This is my very first "site" in Rome 25 years ago. Beautiful setting for the fountains especially at night. The basilica is very lovely and often has an interesting art exhibit.

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Address: Via Collina, 48, Rome, 00187, Italy