2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Castelfidardo 31, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy

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Brando & Gio
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Satisfaction Average
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 23% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples61
  • Solo42
  • Business33
  • emma_and_dan's Profile Photo

    Great little place


    We found this hotel, very reasonably priced, using the Easyjet hotel booking site. It was described as being close to central Rome, and indeed it was within easy walking distance of the Termini station. A convenient base to explore Rome.

    This Hotel is a 2* hotel, and is basic and convenient, there was a free to use digital safe in the room. The bathroom was small but spotless.

    The Hotel is on the third floor, and there is a lift. Also within same building are Hotel Lazzeri and Andy e Lu.

    Breakfast was a voucher to use at a nearby cafe for a croissant and coffee.

    Unique Quality: Convenient and easy to find.

    Directions: Out of Termini station onto Via Marsala, across road into Via Marghera, turn left after three blocks, by the Enjoy Rome office, onto Via Varese and keep heading straight up past the Piazza Independenza. Hotel on left.

  • Gizmo9980's Profile Photo

    Affordable hotel in a great location


    I stayed there with a friend once for a couple of nights. The room was really clean with a nice modern bathroom and the receptionist was really nice and helpful. It wasn't expensive at all, but it was also during the off season. Also, it's a very quick walk to Termini station, and not far from other attractions.

  • beav1279's Profile Photo

    Fair for the price


    The rooms were small, but clean. There was a bit of a safety issue one night, but the hotel took care of it right away the next morning. The hotel is about a 12 minute walk from the Termini Train Station. It is a good deal.. but expect less because you're paying less. There is an elevator and the staff speaks English.

    Unique Quality: The top corner room on the 5th floor has a beautiful patio with a table and chairs.

    Directions: Near Termini Station

More about Castelfidardo

VITTORIANO - Museum of the Resorgimento.

by breughel

Inside the Vittoriano monument is located the "Museo Centrale del Risorgimento Italiano". Risorgimento is often translated by Independence but it is in fact a period of Unification of the various peninsular States of Italy from 1815 to 1870. It should be noted that most Italian cities have a "Museum del Risorgimento" but this is the central one.
The history of unification of Italy is shown through various testimonies in a chronological way from the second half of 18th c. to the end of the First World War.
The first section of the Museum is dedicated to the chief protagonists of the Risorgimento. Are exposed paintings, sculptures, all types of documents concerning Garibaldi, Mazzini and Cavour. The swords and uniforms (including the trousers) of Garibaldi are exposed in showcases like relics.
A very dynamic sculpture is that of the battle of Castelfidardo (photo) in 1860.
The Piedmont army, the driving force in the war for Italian unification, under command of general Cialdini, won a very bloody battle against papal troops. Actually the papal soldiers were 10.000 against 40.000 Piedmonts!
This battle reduced the Papal States to the present Lazio region.

The final section of the Museum is dedicated to the World War I. In the middle of the section, is the gun carriage used in 1921 for transporting the remains of the Unknown Warrior.

The museum is open every day 9.30 - 18.30 h. and museum admission is free.
Outside the museum is a terrace (and cafeteria) with wonderful views on the centre of Rome.

Bella Italia!!!

by BellaItalia088


I have been to...Aviano, Maranello, Ancona, Osimo, Jesi, Castelfidardo, Urbino, Roma, Milano, Venezia, Pordenone, Bologna, Assisi, and Perugia


Museum Resorgimento - Battle of Castelfidardo.Museum Resorgimento - Battle of Castelfidardo.

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Gay or gay-friendly accommodation

by gazman3

My partner and I will be travelling to Rome at the end of September and I was wondering if there was recommendation for a gay for gay-friendly hotel/apartment in the city centre. We were hoping for something close to the Termini Station or preferably in the city centre but open to any suggestions.

RE: Gay or gay-friendly accommodation

by Paisleypaul

Can't answer from our own travels but from lonely planet Rome (2004)Zipper Travel Association, Via Castelfidardo 18 just NE of Termini specilaizes in gay travellers ; tel (0039) 06 488 27 30.

On the web there is, in 2004 at least this was Italian only.

Enjoy Roma !

RE: Gay or gay-friendly accommodation

by Maplewoody

My Partner and I are staying here in Rome next month. It's our first trip to Rome, and I found them online. The owners are interior designers whom have this small Hotel/B&B. I'll post some photos after our trip. We're going to Capri, Naples, Bari (for an Eros Ramazzotti concert), and Positano.

Have fun on your Italian Holiday!


RE: RE: Gay or gay-friendly accommodation

by gazman3

Hey guys

Thanks for your replies, much appreciated. The net and indeed this site is a great resource.



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Address: Via Castelfidardo 31, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy