Best Western Hotel Artdeco

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Palestro 19, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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93%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
26%
82
Very Good
50%
153
Average
17%
52
Poor
4%
14
Terrible
1%
4

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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families85
  • Couples83
  • Solo82
  • Business78

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Booking rome apartment - anyone used Sleepingrome.com

by andrija555

Hello all!

I have finally found an affordable apartment to rental in Rome and am ready to book, but am not sure about agency Sleepingrome.com.

Has anyone rented from them? Do you have some experience, information and advise!!!!
Or you maybe know for some other site?

Thanks

Re: Booking rome apartment - anyone used Sleepingrome.com

by KathyGh

We went with
http://www.rentalinrome.com/

They were very helpful and no bother at all. We got a lovely apartment with them.

Re: Booking rome apartment - anyone used Sleepingrome.com

by kathymof

I have rented with www.homelidays.com with success.

Re: Booking rome apartment - anyone used Sleepingrome.com

by Peter123

I have rented with 'Sleep in Italy'...and will be going there soon.
My apartment is situated very close to the Spanish steps and reasonably priced for such a central location. Booking went smoothly so far. I red also a couple of good reviews.
Details at:
http://www.sleepinitaly.com/en/show-spagna_sky-piazza_di_spagna-roma/appartam.php?id_appartam=210

Re: Booking rome apartment - anyone used Sleepingrome.com

by Peter123

I have rented with 'Sleep in Italy'...and will be going there soon.
My apartment is situated very close to the Spanish steps and reasonably priced for such a central location. Booking went smoothly so far. I red also a couple of good reviews.
Details at:
http://www.sleepinitaly.com/en/show-spagna_sky-piazza_di_spagna-roma/appartam.php?id_appartam=210

Travel Tips for Rome

Paying Cash

by MeatLady

Beware: I knew our dinner bill was 48 EURO but it certainly looked like 68 Euro on the handwritten bill. When I questioned out waiter, he "explained" that someone else totalled the bill and they had poor penmanship.

TAKE A WALK AROUND VILLA BORGHESE

by STEFZAMM

Those who live close to Villa Borghese must be very lucky, while we were there, there were all sorts of people, old people taking a walk, children playing, lovers kissing, people jogging... You can do practically anything at the Borghese Gardens and the locals do seem to benefit from using these gardens, so if in Rome with ample time do visit these gardens again maybe for a walk, to rest, to relax or to read a book in the sun by one of the fountains ...

Il Gran Sasso is about 2...

by mannymiami

Il Gran Sasso is about 2 hours east of Rome. this is one of the highest peaks in all of Italy. This is also a ski resort and in the summertime you can go mountain climbing. I climbed the summit and it was one of the greatest expriences in my life.

The best way and probably the...

by inger.

The best way and probably the quickest is by train from the airport, it costs 16000 lires if you take the non-stop train to Roma termini in about 25 minutes, and 8000 lires if you take the stop train which arrives at Termini in aprox. 45 minutes. The only thing I forgot to do was to stamp the ticket before you go into the train, on the platform is a stamp. And when you arrive at central station, you can either take the bus or subway to the place you want to go, a day ticket costs 6000 lires.
By bus, cause you will see a lot more then by subway.

THE ORIGINAL FETTUCCINE ALFREDO

by travelgourmet about RISTORANTE ALFREDO ALLA VIA DELLA SCROFA

Looking for the original taste of "Fettuccine Alfredo"? It's right here in the old city centre and it's called, what else, "Alfredo". Started in the early 1900's by Alfredo and then the Alfredo sauce passed on to the Mozzetti family in 1943 and still owned by the third generation, Mario Mazzetti, who is taking the restaurant into modern times with the memory of the past.


You get the feel of old Hollywood and the pictures of the many celebrities with autographs and now with the updated Alfredo's Gallery of photos of people of every walk of life, from government heads to ordinary people, Mario is still creating excellence in the kitchen with many gourmet dishes to choose that will satisfy your palate. But, and the big but, is that you must try the "Fettuccine Alfredo". The "Fettuccine Alfredo". You haven't had this dish until you try it at Alfredo's. Mama Mia, it is so rich that I almost didn't finish the portion and it is only the primo course. Great taste and most likely very fattening but you are in Roma and you will walk it off at the nearby Piazza Navona. Remember, a full meal is the antipasto (cold cuts, cheese, olives), primo ( usually a pasta dish), secondo (the main course, (meat, fish, or specialty), and if you have room, dessert. Ah Roma, where else can you eat to your heart's content and not gain weight.

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Address: Via Palestro 19, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy