Atahotel Villa Pamphili

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Della Nocetta 105, Rome, Lazio, 00164, Italy

2 Reviews

AtaHotel Villa Pamphili
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 28% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families80
  • Couples72
  • Solo75
  • Business58
  • Review by a User from New Jersey USA


    We stayed in the hotel at the beginning of our tour of italy. The hotel was clean well appointed the food was good the staff helpful and friendly, all in all a pleasant visit. The hotel was somewhat removed from the center of things but the free shuttle takes you to the center so that was no inconvienence.
    I would highly recomend it.
    last visit on April, 2005.

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    Golden Tulip Villa Pamphili


    Great 4-star hotel.
    This hotel was very nice, but there was no local transportaion near by, the only way to get out of there was by taxi. Location of this place is a bit wierd, you would never think that you are in Rome.

    Unique Quality: We tried to use outdoor pool, but we have been told that it for members only... Later on we found out that Hotel shares the territory with health club. And we thought that all those tennis courts, pools and etc were for hotel guests... We couldn't even buy a bottle of soda next to the pool - members only.

More about Atahotel Villa Pamphili

Villa Pamphili

by janchan

It is the largest of the Roman public gardens.
A great place for jogging, walking or just relaxing, practically being in the center of Rome.
The Villa was constituted and the palaces, fountains and statues built in early XVII century.
The main access point is in via di Porta San Pancrazio, in the area called Monteverde.

A day in the Park at Villa Pamphili

by icunme

Villa Pamphili Park is the most expansive park of Rome with the perimeter of 9km.
Founded in 1630 for Pamphilius Pamphili, but a pivotal moment in the development and extension of it was between 1644 and 1652. Two artists from Bolonia, A. Algardi and G.F. Grimaldi, created the villa's palace, called "Casino dell'Allegrezza" (House of Mirth), a beautiful and impressive example of Baroque architectural masterpiece. Now it is a residence of the Chair of the Cabinet.
The villa was purchased by the Italian State in 1957 and the city of Rome in 1965-71, thus it is open to public and it is a favorite Roman place of rest, picnic and sport.

There are 100's of bars about...

by rachel_sun

There are 100's of bars ,cafe's and restuarants in Rome.You can go night clubbing or have a seat at a cafe or restuarant.Dinner normally starts around nine.During the summer,dress lightly as it is very hot.The liveliest area are Trastevere,around Piazza Novana and Campo del Fiori.The trendiest night clubs are to be found in Testaccio and Piazza Vittoro.
There are also summer concerts,open air and they are held at Villa Pamphili and at Villa Giula-tel 06 322 65 71. CASUAL TO SMART........................................There are also cinemas about and my favourite thing was to just sit with a glass of wine and people watch.Rome is spectacular in the evening,fountains aree lit up and Piazza`s are throbbing with people.Shops open from 9-1 and then 4-8pm.You can go on a night tour of the city which must be beautiful.


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Forum Posts

Tram Line Through Trastevere

by kez943

Is there a tram line that runs through Trastevere across the river to Argentina? Thanks.

RE: Tram Line Through Trastevere

by MissThing606

I think the tram 8 goes there but I could be wrong

RE: RE: Tram Line Through Trastevere

by alec74

Tram n° 8 starts from via del Casaletto (a bit south of Villa Pamphili park), goes down through Circonvallazione Gianicolense (Monteverde district) till Trastevere station, then runs up Viale di Trastevere till Ponte Garibaldi bridge, crosses the Tiber, takes Via Arenula and ends at Largo Argentina, just in front of Argentina theater.



RE: RE: Tram Line Through Trastevere

by MissThing606

I'm glad I remember something, lol!


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Address: Via Della Nocetta 105, Rome, Lazio, 00164, Italy