Confort B&B

Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II 99, Rome, 00185, Italy
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B&B Maggiore Rome? Anyone stayed here?

by Kaysta

I've found this budget hotel that seems pretty close to the Roman forum, as its the attractions that i want to see.

I was just wondering what you views are of the bed and breakfast?

I'm booking flights seperately, i live in Leeds...Is Jet 2 best for Rome to use from Leeds and Bradford airport?

Many thanks :)

Re: B&B Maggiore Rome? Anyone stayed here?

by leics

Can't help with the hotel from personal experience, but check out for reviews (and alternatives, if you decide against); it's a reliable site with honest reviews from real guests. It's worth checking tripadvisor reviews too. Try googling 'b&b maggiore reviews'.

As for flights, just get the one which is most convenient and best-priced. If that's Jet 2, then fine.

Rome is very walkable (and has brilliant public transport) so there is no need to stay literally 'on top of' the Forum/Colosseum area if you find a better option elsewhere. I always stay somewhere in Termini, because it's extremely convenient and has many budget hotels.

Re: B&B Maggiore Rome? Anyone stayed here?

by stevemt

I agree with Leics. Accomodation round Terminie is great. Try for hotels. I used 1 that I booked through them and it was good. Small rooms, but all a traveller needs, unless they want a guided tour around the hotel. Also as Leics said, transport in Rome is great. The metro is good, rapid and frequent, and the hop on hop off bus is wonderful and the tickets last 24 hours.

Re: B&B Maggiore Rome? Anyone stayed here?

by mccalpin

Jet 2 (which I had never heard of, being North American) says that it begins its Leeds to Rome service March 30, so I guess you're going after that, right? ;-)

This airlines flies to Rome (Fiumicino), which is the main airport in Rome (actually, many discounters fly to Ciampino, the other airport). There are both good rail and bus connections to the city center.

If you stay near Termini, then you might take the Leonardo Express (11 euro each), that goes non-stop from the airport to Termini, the main train station. If you stay in certain other locations (running along the south side of the city center), then there is another train that may be better, but I'll wait until I hear where you want to stay before worrying about that.

Since you are taking a discounter, I assume that you are traveling light, so handling your luggage on a train shouldn't be a problem. However, please note that if you are staying in the city center (inside the Aurelian Walls), then a taxi is fixed at a 40 euro fare, which is helpful if you have 3 or 4 people (remember the Leonardo Express is 11 euro each) or if you have luggage that you can't handle yourself.

As the others said, Rome's city center is fairly compact, so you have a choice of a number of areas that are either not a long walk to the Forum, or can reach the Forum via the public transportation system (there is a Metro stop at the Colosseum, not all that far away, and the buses go everywhere).


Re: B&B Maggiore Rome? Anyone stayed here?

by kammie

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Travel Tips for Rome

Piazza Barberini & Fontana del Tritone

by Sarita76

Piazza Barberini is one of the busiest places in Rome, near via Sistina, via del Tritone and via Veneto. Fontana del Tritone is one of Bernini's masterpieces in honour of his great protector Urbanus VIII. Four dolphins and a triton who blows water through a shell compose this beautiful fountain.

Catacombes of Callisto

by sinoda

just south-east of the city-centre you will find the majority of Rome's catacombes - Callisto being the largest and evidently best researched one.

The tunnels and the excavations are really extraordinary. Along with our very inspiring guide father ? (I have forgotten the name, sorry) we plunged into the depths of roman (pre-)Christian history and learned a good deal about the persecution and then the acceptance of Christianity.


by fishandchips

Rome's Metro is not too bad & comprises 2 lines. Trains run from 5 AM to 11:30 PM with Line A, the red line East-West and Line B, the blue line North-South.

Line A includes stops near the sights of the Vatican (Ottaviano-Vaticano), Piazza Del Popolo (Flaminio), the Spanish Steps (Spagna), Piazza Barberini and Piazza della Repubblica. Line B stops at Colosseum (Colosseo), Circus Maximus (Circo Massimo), the Pyramide (Piramide) and San Paolo Basilica (San Paolo).

The common point for both is Termini Station so you can get on any line and change at Termini. At the end of each line is a bus station - the only one I have used is at Anagnina on line A & it's quite large. Finding your bus during the busy part of the day is a real challenge!!

For full info visit the site below which includes the lines & connections.

Taste around Pantheon

by Karahan about Rosa Rosae

This new and small restaurant offers classical Italian meals like pasta and pizza. You can sit and relax with tasty pizzas on the way of Pantheon. I ate Roman style pizza. It was great and filling. Waiter knows very good English and he was polite. Pizza

Where the Italians Roam

by Hind_S

I stayed in Trastevere for 4 months and absolutely loved the place. Its a great part of town with everything you need, minus the traffic and commercial bombardment of the rest of Rome. The food is good and cheaper here, more authentic, less crap touristy food. It has its share of squares, churches.. and some galleries, but relaly this is about the night life. And not the club-hopping scene (although there are a few), but just hanging out at restaurants and bars among the mostly young-ish crowd. Its a little more artsy..there's always something going on.. and mostly closed to traffic so its less noisy.


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