Dama Hotel

Via Milazzo,42, Rome, 00185, Italy
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68%

Satisfaction Poor
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6%
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37%
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25%
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12%
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Good For Families
  • Families50
  • Couples20
  • Solo50
  • Business0

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the entrancethe entrance

From the outside....From the outside....

Forum Posts

Local Knowledge

by jet999

I'm travelling to Rome in early September and am interested in securing a guide to tour the Vatican/ Sistene chapel and Colosium and other sights for a morning / or all day . I'd like someone who has experience , local knowledge and a zest for the city. Naturally coming from the US ,speaking English is required. Also, what are your rates?

Re: Local Knowledge

by hawkhead

You can find all sorts of guides for the Sistine Chepel by googling "sistine chapel guide".

Re: Local Knowledge

by grandmaR

The guides for the Vatican just do the Vatican AFAIK. We had a car for a day with a guide to Rome (Sandro Pagnotta of of RomaLimo) because I can't do much walking. Sandro speaks excellent English and was recommended by someone here. He also got a Vatican Guide for us for that section of the trip - I paid that guide extra in addition to the admission charge.

Re: Local Knowledge

by royalempress

You can arrange tours through your hotel and they are very reasonable. You can even arrange two different tours in a day and see most of the highlights of Rome. We had two other couples with us on our last trip and we hired a guide and van. It was very expensive, $80.00 an hour!! You probably can get away cheaper but make sure they are a licensed guide other wise you can get thrown out of the different sights. They watch for unlicensed guides closely.

Travel Tips for Rome

Where to stay?

by witness_wannabe

If you are considering one of the ubiquitous hotels in the Termini train station neighborhood to be your "home base" while in Rome, then - go for it! I cannot tell if the hotels in the nearest proximity of the station are really any threat (thieves, pickpockets etc stock....), since I did not encounter anything of the like, but there are many hotels in the area to choose from, even some few hundred meters (yards) away, for your comfort. The advantages of staying here are numerous. The proximity to the train station, which has direct trains to Fumicino airport (one way ticket was 9 euros in March 2005). Many affordable trattorias in the area. At least two grocery supermarkets (one downstairs in Termini station and one, larger, on the intersection of Via Goito and Via Montebello, some 400 yards from Termini). Close distance to old Rome (Fontana di Trevi is one mile away). Metro subway access (Termini station is the place where the two metro lines cross). Multitude of other public transportation (busses). Piazza de la Republica (200 yards from Termini) has probably the best money exchange facility in Rome (good rates + NO service fee; look for an easy to spot "CHANGE" sign). Uh, by the way.... do NOT change your bucks at the airport, 'cause you shall be ripped off to shreads! If your stay in Rome is limited, then take a tour on the red double-decker touribus (line 110) - also from Termini! The price was 13 euros (March 2005), but it is worth it. You can step off and back on as many times as you like, during one day (9:00am - 7:30pm). At the Piazza Venezia stop of this line, you can also catch an Archeobus line that will take you to the catacoumbs - ancient christian graves.

People Watching

by Rhondaj

Who doesn't like to people watch? And Rome is such a great place to do so. The young, the old, the in-betweeners. From cafe' tables, while passing each other on the sidewalk, from windows up above. No special skills necessary. But a curious nature and a good imagination make this hobby a very fun one...

Marmore waterfall

by janchan

The Marmore waterfall (cascata delle Marmore) near the city of Terni (100 km north of Rome). 165 meters high, is one of the highest waterfalls in Europe. In the river just below it's possible to practice rafting.

Terravision coach transfer.

by Pod

Frequency: high departure frequencies, in correspondence with flight arrival and departure.

Pick-up/Drop-off points
Ciampino Airport : Outside Arrivals Hall
Termini Station: Via Marsala, opposite the multi-storey car park. (map)
FOR DEPARTURES FROM TERMINI STATION, TERRAVISION ADVISES PASSENGERS TO BOARD THE COACH AT LEAST 3 HOURS BEFORE FLIGHT DEPARTURE TIME.

yep, that's good advice because we could'nt get on our coach but another one came ond we got to the airport with plenty of time for a refreshing drink.

Sandwich For Lunch/Dinner

by Marilyn18 about Miscellanea

The best, biggest and cheapest sandwiches in town provided by Mickey's Miscellanea.
After dinner you can get a drink on, because then Miscellanea changes into a popular Pub. Sandwich with prosciuto crudo, salad and tomato

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Address: Via Milazzo,42, Rome, 00185, Italy