Cascina Palace

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Attilio Benigni 7, Rome, Lazio, 00156, Italy
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64%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
10%
3
Very Good
20%
6
Average
34%
10
Poor
17%
5
Terrible
17%
5

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Costs 49% less but rated 22% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families20
  • Couples50
  • Solo60
  • Business34

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Hercules, Musei Capitolini, Roma, May 2007Hercules, Musei Capitolini, Roma, May 2007

Constantine’s Arch & Tom, May 2008Constantine’s Arch & Tom, May 2008

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Hotel Cascina Palace

by lyndyty

hi...just wondering if anyone has any info on this hotel. it's a little outside central rome and i'm looking for the fastest, but most cost efficient way to get from Ciampino airport to this hotel.

thanks in advance, if you can help.

Re: Hotel Cascina Palace

by emmabro

Hi
If you "Google" the hotels name you'll find some reviews and some answers to your question ...have a look at the Trip advisor link

http://rome-hotels.tripadvisor.com/ShowTopic-g187791-i22-k1302542-How_to_get_from_roma_termini_to_cascina_palace_hotel-Rome_Lazio.html

sorry it's a long address !!!
if the hotel doesn't offer a "transfer" service it would be easier to get to the Termini and get to your hotel from there ..
hope this helps you
ciao XxEm

Re: Hotel Cascina Palace

by domenicococozza

The hotel cascina palace is on Via A. Benigni to the North East of the City.
There are no train services that I know of to this part of town, so catching the train to Termini then a taxi is probably your best bet. There will, no doubt, be bus services but Rome is one huge one way system. The bus service is mind boggling and very uncomfortable if you have luggage.
bus services to this part of town from

Travel Tips for Rome

When in Rome...

by tvdm

It's a big town, so the people have a big-city-mentality as well. There's an Italian twang to it, though, which means that people are more vocal and tend to talk with their hands much more than northern Europeans. Although at first you might think that people tend to invade your private space and whack you in the head while talking to you, it's just the Italian way of dealing with people! It actually is very endearing and you feel less left-out as you might in other big cities.

GARIBALDI - Piazzale del Gianicolo (Janiculum)

by icunme

Piazzale del Gianicolo and is devoted to Garibaldi and his followers.
The Janiculum is the site of a battle in 1849 between the forces of Garibaldi and French forces fighting on behalf of the Pope, who sought to restore the dominion of Papal States over Rome. Because of this battle, several monuments to Garibaldi and to the fallen in the wars of Italian independence are on the Janiculum as well.

A single cannon fires daily at Noon from the Gianicolo toward the Tiber to signal the exact time. This tradition goes back to December 1847 when the cannon of the Castel Sant'Angelo signaled the belltowers to ring at midday. The ritual was transferred in 1904 to the Gianicolo and was discontinued in 1939. The population demanded that the Commune of Rome resume the tradition and it commenced once again on April 21, 1959, after the twenty-year interruption.

Bus Stops

by monica71

Bus stops in Rome are clearly marked. They show both, the name of the stop and the route the bus follows. You need to learn how to read the sign in order to make sure you take the right bus and in the right direction (check out the arrow on the sign that displays the bus stops).

There are also some modern bus stops with a digital display that show real time information about the bus number and arrival time.

A taste of an authentic trattoria

by Jeannkelly about Trattoria di Augusto

Just as how a trattoria is defined is how I will describe the place. It was small, crowded, full of people (and still alot of people waiting outside for their turns) but the casualness of the servers was something else. I thought everyone else were friends or relatives of the owners as everytime they leave, they gave them "baciones" (big kisses). It seemed like everyone knew everybody, and I even had to ask Alfredo if he used to frequent the place as he acted like he was a usual client. Nothing fabulous either with the presentation of the food as there was none. The server would place white table paper (seemed to me like Manila paper but dirty white in color) over your table and bring in your utensils like how you would have in your house (oh well, I thought I present my table better at home when we eat). No service at all because everyone is a family. No formality, no fuss, no expectations. What you see is what you get. Expect only that your waitress serves you like some tired mamma would bring in your plate when you are hungry. Since Roman specialties are often destitute of sea foods, I settled for a bowl of white bean soup which was very vegetarian, and the vegetable salad dressing was something else. The food was not something of a great meal but there was something about how we dined that made the experience something else. Perhaps it was the homey ambience of the place, and for once, we were not very formal at all.

The place is also known to be a place of frequentation by a lot of local intellectuals. You bet, on the table beside us was an author of a book with his friend. I would have known as he autographed the book and gave it to his friend. Since our table were practically touching each other, I had a good look of what were written on it.

Monk's Chapel

by peitsing

Sorry...can't actually remember its exact name and where it is... just that this small nondescript chapel is just across the road from Hard Rock Cafe Rome.

Monk's Chapel has various arrangements of the bones and skulls of numerous prior monks in various positions and compositions depicting Life n Death. Well worth a visit.

No entrance fee but a token donation will be much appreciated.

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Address: Via Attilio Benigni 7, Rome, Lazio, 00156, Italy