Aldobrandeschi

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via degli Aldobrandeschi 295, Rome, Lazio, 00163, Italy
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75%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
5%
2
Very Good
35%
13
Average
35%
13
Poor
16%
6
Terrible
8%
3

Value Score Average Value

Costs 48% less but rated 13% lower than other 4 star hotels

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  • Families45
  • Couples41
  • Solo57
  • Business27

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discount apt for 3

by 9tigers

I have learned while researching that italy hostels are not very good review are not great and it is not clean and kind of expansive, kind of like in paris,
while in paris, I ended up renting an apt and it was the best decision.

so in rome and florence any tips on which apt company is good?

ty

Re: discount apt for 3

by painterdave

Are you with a rental car, using the train or bus?
This is important to know when giving information that you need.

Re: discount apt for 3

by xymmot

Try my site TY, it's been good for me, but be sure to read the reviews before you book and have direct contact with the renter, most of all, make sure te location is where you want to be. The site is


http://www.airbnb.com/

cheers tommy x

Re: discount apt for 3

by Maurizioago

If you are looking for a nice, clean and budget bread an breakfast in Florence I'd suggest Hotel Collodi. I wrote a tip in my Florence page.

Re: discount apt for 3

by 9tigers

I will take metro and bus
no I do not like hotels, I want apt where I can cook

Re: discount apt for 3

by thegirlfromnewy

we stayed at sixbeds http://www.sixbeds.it/index.html in November 2009. Its walking distance from the main train station and has a subway stop almost out the front. Sixbeds is a pensione which totals three rooms or six beds. Shared bathroom, though you are only sharing with two other rooms and a communal kitchen with all equiptment. The caretaker Max is very helpful if it is your first visit to Rome and our rate included breakfast down stairs of coffee and a pastry.
Im not sure about Florence because we stayed at a Monastery for the experience

Re: discount apt for 3

by 9tigers

ty so much, I assume this place is clean? intenet? I did not read that anywhere from the site

Re: discount apt for 3

by Tati82

Hi,
It depends on the hotels, but in Italy you can also take the chance to cook so an apartment is a very good choise. I know this website www.rentinitaly.com where you can ask for an affordable accommodation in the city centre both in Florence and in Rome. I have read some good reviews also in flipkey.
Hope you'll have a great time in Rome!!

Re: discount apt for 3

by 9tigers

kind of expensive though they sleep more ppl not for 2

Re: discount apt for 3

by thegirlfromnewy

yes we found sixbeds to be clean and they do not have internet but there is an internet cafe directly across the road

Re: discount apt for 3

by 9tigers

ty

Travel Tips for Rome

Vatican Museum

by ilanakalma

There is a million people visiting the museum every day! The line is huge.
So buy your ticket in the internet, better at this site http://www.rome-museum.com/?gclid=CN7zkq-DyZ0CFRaRZgodniM3sw - it was a little bit more expensive, but helped a lot!!!

A picnic on Via Appia Antica

by fishandchips

Via Appia Antica, built in 312 BCE was the most famous of the roads leading to Rome. It stretched from Rome to Brindisi, through which trade with the colonies in Greece and the East was funneled. It was apparently along the Appian Way that an escaping Peter encountered the vision of Christ, causing him to go back into the city to face his subsequent martyrdom. The road's initial stretch in Rome is lined with monuments and tombs of (old) patrician Roman families.

The Appia Antica is closed to cars on Sundays allowing locals and tourists to use the route as a picnic spot and it’s very popular!! The day I close to wander around here it was a bit damp so not too many Romans relaxing & eating food!

You can take bus 218 from the San Giovanni Metro stop. It follows the Appia Antica for a bit. An alternative is to ride the Metro to the Colli Albani stop and catch bus 660, which goes up the Appia Antica from the south, veering off it at the San Sebastiano catacombs.

l'Abate Luigi - Talking Emperor Statue

by icunme


Close to Pasquino, it is located near S. Andrea della Valle, the Roman statue of an unidentified emperor (the head belongs to another statue) was allowed to talk to Pasquino and Marforio. The statue is commonly known as l'Abate Luigi.

E20 for Roma trambus 110 Open

by travelgourmet

Only E20 for one day ticket (24 hour validity) of transportation around the sights of Rome. The Roma 110 open is a Tourist line open top deck trambus that circles the city and has 12 stops that are ideal for most major sites in Rome. The stops are quick except at Termini which is the train station but then it is only a short time till you are on your way. The stops are: Termini, Quirinale, Bocca della Verita, Piazza Venezia, Piazza Navona, St. Pietro, Piazza Cavour, Ara Pacis, Piazza Navona (2x) Fontana di Trevi, Via Veneto, and back to Termini. Every ten minutes in high season, 20 minutes in off season, there is a 110 open at each stop.

You can get on and off to visit sites such as the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps, etc. Start early in the morning and hop on and off at the stops you wish to visit. A full audio headset in 8 languages is included to listen to what the 110 is either going by or the next stop. Great for beginners to see the sights and great for those who can't walk for long distances. The 110 sign is up at the locations to help you wait for the next bright red trambus and you pay as you get on, no matter which stop. Have fun! See http://www.romeguide.it/trambus/110open.htm for English.

Don't waste your time at HRC

by Frisbeeace about Hard Rock Cafe

Everytime I visit a Hard Rock Cafe or a Planet Hollywood around the world I end regretting it. This time, it was no exception. After 1 hour 15' of waiting I got the usual tiny table close to the kitchen and toilets before eating the typical expensive and ordinary hamburger. Just skip the place and keep your gastronomic tour as european as possible.

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Address: Via degli Aldobrandeschi 295, Rome, Lazio, 00163, Italy