Ateneo Garden Palace Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via dei Salentini 1/3, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Ateneo Garden Palace Hotel
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78%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
28%
21
Very Good
37%
28
Average
13%
10
Poor
13%
10
Terrible
8%
6

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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families80
  • Couples75
  • Solo70
  • Business70

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at rome in st peters

by sanjay0deva

Any one stayed in the B&B At "Rome St.Peter's" B&B, don't find many reviews of the place

Re: at rome in st peters

by ATLC

Maybe you have an address and the exact name? It's a bit difficult to do a search when the keywords are so common.

Re: at rome in st peters

by sanjay0deva

http://www.atromestpetersbb.com/

Re: at rome in st peters

by ATLC

I can't find any either.
They are mentioned in the list at
http://www.hotel-base.com/en/italy/lazio/rome-bed-and-breakfast.html but again, I see no reviews. Nor do I find any here on VT.

Re: at rome in st peters

by mccalpin

The website for B&B Vatican St. Peter is http://www.bbvaticanstpeter.com/

This is a different location than the "Rome St.Peter's" B&B, the latter being northeast of the Vatican and the former being southwest of the Vatican.

Bill

Re: at rome in st peters

by sanjay0deva

I agree , but am getting a good deal & moreover i am travelling with a family with one physically challenged person, so have to be on the lower floors , max is 1st , pl wish me good luck , other bb's are trifle expensive

Re: at rome in st peters

by sanjay0deva

Its close to the metro station Ottaviano-San Pietro station ,

Re: at rome in st peters

by mccalpin

Yes, it's very close to the station (good). This is actually a good area, because it is a somewhat upscale residential neighborhood, with shops and neighborhood services on the first floors and people living upstairs.

When you walk towards St. Peter's, you will come to Piazza del Risorgimento (Place of the 'Resurgence' - referring to the Italian liberation movement in the 19th century). Not only is this a place for a taxi queue (good to know), but on the western end of the piazza (in the direction of the entrance to the Vatican Museums), there used to be (and I hope still is) a pasticceria (a pastry shop, but the name in English doesn't do this kind of place justice in Italian) that had a huge banner across the top that read "La Mejo Pasticceria der Monno", which is Roman dialect for "the best pastry shop in the world". Although the Roman dialect is not something that you will hear often (even speakers of it will speak standard Italian (more or less) to you), it's nice to see some of the "good old days" hanging around ;-)

Bill

Re: at rome in st peters

by sanjay0deva

Thanks very much & look forward to the pastry treat , can't wait to reach there !!

Travel Tips for Rome

Drinking from fountains

by sswagner

While touring in the vicinity of multiple fountains, I noticed people filling water bottles from them. The fountain in front of the Spanish Steps had quite a few people filling bottles from an accessible spout. Well, the day was hot, and the water ration was low. Rather that pay too many euros for a small bottle, I stepped up to the fountain and filled my empty water bottle. The water came from one of several spouts, not the main body of water that filled the actual fountain. It was very refreshing cool water and I never got sick in Rome or in the time frame after I returned home. Would I do it again? Sure! Of course, it is up to you when deciding whether or not to tap Rome's fountains for a drink. I hear people have done this for hundreds of years. That cool refreshing water from the fountain.

Musicians

by Jenniflower

One of the delightful things about Rome are the musicians.

They sit at the side of the road, and just play.

It isn't intrusive or blaring, and readily adds to the ambiance and charm of this ancient city.

It is important to let them know you appreciate their efforts and talent, and give them a couple of euros as appreciation :)

Market

by rita_simoes about Porta Portese

It's the biggest market in Rome. It's 'open' on sunday mornings. EVERYTHING! Clothes, sunglasses, books, antiques, cds, dvds, home furnishing, toys, it has everything for everybody. Being a market, everything is quite cheap, and you can always negotiate the prices. For instance, I bought two shirts for 2€ and one for 1€... You just have to search in the middle of the piles of clothing.

The big "T"

by suubi

Once you master the transport system then you can get around Rome at very low prices, public transport is incredibly cheap. The key to the buses and trams is the “T-Point” where you purchase the tickets. Look out for the “T” because the slot machines are either busy or constantly out of service. The city's Metro service has two lines, both of which go through Termini.

Tickets
BIT: Integrated time ticket for 0,77 Euro cent, valid for up to 75 minutes on all ATAC buses and for 1 trip on underground lines or urban trais Pantano, Giutiniana & Lido di Ostia
BIG: integrated day ticket
CIS: integrazted weekly ticket

The pasta is pretty good

by BorneoGrrl about La Gallina Bianca

After arriving in Rome, we went looking for a bite to eat before we board our train to Florence. After walking around for a bit, we found this restaurant, "La Gallina Bianca" or "The White Chicken" in the corner and the menu looked pretty good (we didn't want to go into a restaurant with tourists in it)

When we arrived there was no one else in it. I suppose the restaurant's theme has something to do with cows because there were drawings of cows& chicken on the walls. The service was fast & friendly (a little too friendly if you ask me) and the menu had the standard items you would find in an Italian restaurant : pasta, pizza, grilled meats

Not long after that, the restaurant filled up with Italians which was a good sign. The meal was standard price and we paid like 20 euros per person (complete meal with wine, coffee & dessert)

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 Ateneo Garden Palace Hotel

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Address: Via dei Salentini 1/3, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy