Downtown Accomodation

Via : Cavour 275, Rome, 00184, Italy
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Has anybody stayed at B&B Annaluce before?

by vargas

Hi again, I've decided to open a new Thread for this.
We are now rather looking to stay a bit more central, having picked the Annaluce (next to Cavour Station). It looks nice on their web site (they alle do) and the area seems a bit better than right next to the Termini, but I'd like to check if anybody's heard of it or stayed there before?

Re: Has anybody stayed at B&B Annaluce before?

by sirgaw

Have you got a web site that works for the B&B. One of the sites states its 2 minutes walk from Colloseum and is on the 4th floor without an elevator. Cavour station is far more than 2 minutes walk to C - more like 15 minutes. We stayed about 5 minutes walk from Cavour station, so I know the area a little bit, but did not notice that B&B.

Re: Has anybody stayed at B&B Annaluce before?

by vargas

That's their site: http://www.bbannaluce.com/index1.html It says 4th floor no elevator, but that doesn't bother us. On the map, it is really right next to Cavour stop, on a small street. Even 15 mins to the Colosseo sounds good. So what do you say about the area?
I have found out that there are a couple of good restaurants on Via Leonina, sounds like a good area.

Re: Has anybody stayed at B&B Annaluce before?

by monorailgold

Hello,

While this B&B is not sitting right on top of the metro station, it is close. You are also very close to most of the sites that you will want to see. Probably the only reason to take the metro from this B&B is to get to places like the vatican or piazza del popolo and the Borghese gallery. Other than that you will be able to walk to most sites. From there to the colosseum is about 10 minutes. To the Pantheon, maybe 20. This is a good location for a hotel.

I have not heard of or stayed in this hotel, I am just going on the location which seems really good. For 80 euros a night it sounds like a good deal, but don't expect an American hotel. The room will be clean but small and sparcely decorated. You may or may not have a TV or a radio. If you are going during the summer check to see if there is air conditioning. Some hotels don't have it.

Donna

Re: Has anybody stayed at B&B Annaluce before?

by sirgaw

I could not open the site you listed. I got the info and one small photo on another site.

Cavour station, the heading to Termini part, is on Via Urbana, which is a narrow back street and very local. There's at least 2 great and not to expensive restaurants along Via Urbana, as well as at least 2 internet cafes. Head up the hill from the station and there are a couple of small supermarkets selling most of what you need. Stay off Via Cavour for any eating (except gelato) as it is expensive.

You must be much younger than us - 4th floor and no elevator would be a big no no - LOL

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The church was built in 1650. In the aps are some remberance plaques. The are indicating that the Praecordia (a piece of the heart) of several popes are kept here behind the walls. This macabre tradition ended only in the beginning of the 20th century when pope Pius X ended it.

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Lunch with the business crowd

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We ate a delicious lunch at Settimio All'Arancio near the Spanish Steps. We just happened to come across this restaurant, with its outdoor dining area, and ate at this place on a whim. We were there on a weekday, and it definitely catered to business types, not tourists, so we thought "This has to be good." And it was. Delicious and classic regional food. We had antipasti, calamari, risotto, pasta and lastly, chocolate tartufo for dessert. Outstanding! You'll love it!

audience with the pope

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Address: Via : Cavour 275, Rome, 00184, Italy