Grand Hotel Ritz

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Chelini, 41, (Piazza Euclide - Parioli), Rome, Lazio, 00197, Italy
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49%

Satisfaction Terrible
Excellent
11%
7
Very Good
29%
18
Average
9%
6
Poor
17%
11
Terrible
32%
20

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 38% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Good For Solo
  • Families50
  • Couples31
  • Solo57
  • Business23

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Forum Posts

Rome hostel,hotel

by paulla12

Hello,
can anyone recommend good price hostel,hostel in Rome,central located?:-)
Greets,
Paulina

Re: Rome hostel,hotel

by worldinabag

Hi

Need more info. Rate is dependent on when you are going and for how many people. Shared dorm OK? Shared facilities OK?

Re: Rome hostel,hotel

by thegirlfromnewy

we stayed at sixbeds http://www.sixbeds.it/index.html in November 2009. Its walking distance from the main train station and has a subway stop almost out the front. Sixbeds is a pensione which totals three rooms or six beds. Shared bathroom, though you are only sharing with two other rooms and a communal kitchen with all equiptment. The caretaker Max is very helpful if it is your first visit to Rome and our rate included breakfast down stairs of coffee and a pastry

Re: Rome hostel,hotel

by paulla12

Hello,
as we are flying from Fiumicino, what I found out its good to be located somwehere around Termini station, as this is central.
I was thinking about shared facilities, althoug priv baths were nicceee;-)
Any suggestions?:-)
Reg,
Paulina

Re: Rome hostel,hotel

by georgiak

Friends of mine stayed at allesandro palace http://www.hostelsalessandro.com/ which is near termini and they were satisfied.We choose to stay in a hotel near by because we found this hostel's prices a little high(for ensuite). You do not write if you prefer room or dorm and how many persons you will be.If you are looking for an ensuite double maybe its better to book a hotel,hostels near termini are a little expensive.

Re: Rome hostel,hotel

by elise_crash

Check out The Beehive. http://www.the-beehive.com/home.html It has been quite a few years since I have stayed there, but I had a great experience, as has everyone I have ever talked to who has stayed there. It was easy to get all around Rome from there. They have a mixed-sex dorm room with 8 beds. But, they also have private rooms and apartments. It appears they also have a vegetarian cafe, now, which they did not have when I was there!

Travel Tips for Rome

Roma Pass: worth it for first time visitors

by Tijavi

If it's your first time in Rome, you might want to consider getting the Roma Pass card, an all-in-one tourist card that entitles you to free entrance to the first two museums/sites visited and discounted tickets to the remaining sites/museums, and a 3-day pass on the city's bus and subway system. At 20 euros (at the time of my visit in November 2008), it is definitely worth it.

Obviously, basic economic logic dictates that you first use the pass for the two most expensive museums/sites and these would be the Colosseum (11 euros for single non-EU citizen tickets) and the Capitoline Museums (8 euros). At the time of my visit, Roma pass was valid for 22 sites and museums. Unfortunately, the Vatican Museums is not of them.

A FEW ITALIAN PHRASES THAT MAY HELP YOU

by DAO

Quale paese é questo ?
What country am I in?


Guardavamo la TV e ha esso improvvisamente espoloso.
We were watching the TV when it suddenly exploded.


Era rotto quando abbiamo ottenuto qui.
It was broken when we got here.


Che é la costa la più grande sul menu?
What’s the biggest thing on the menu?


Dove il ospedale é?
Where is the nearest hospital?

Galleria Nazionale Arte Antica - Palazzo Corsini

by abarbieri

The collection, formed in the XVIII century, although composed from various sources mostly originating from the Corsini family (above all from the collection of cardinal Lorenzo), is unique in the sense that it is still intact today. It shows clearly the taste of Neri Corsini, nephew of the Pope Clement XII. In 1883 the Palace was sold to the Italian State with its collection, which thus formed the basis of the National Gallery of Ancient Art and only recently has been replaced in its original site.

Palazzo Corsini
Via della Lungara 10 (Trastevere area)
Tel. 06.68802323
Fax 06.68133192

closed Monday
Tue-Sun 8.30am - 7pm (last entrance 6.30pm)
Entrance fee Euro 4

On your back!

by Jenniflower

My brother found this back carrier really helpful when carrying his daughter around. Often, the roads are not very child-friendly, and a toddler trying to traverse these pathways would hold everyone up they would be going s slowly, plus they could get hurt quite easily. It is also a good thing to have as buggy/prams are difficult to use on many roads in Rome. This is only advisable for young, light children though, as you will have a certain amount of back pain otherwise!

When In Rome, You Must Try Their GELATO

by Krystynn about Il Gelato di San Crispino

You can call me an unofficial ice cream expert :-) because I adore ice creams! My friends who know me will tell you that I only eat Haagen Daaz ice cream.... that is until I discovered the Italian Gelato.

Italians seem to excel in everything that they put their hearts and minds to. And their Gelato ice cream deserves an Oscar award!

And the best Ice Cream shop in all of Rome must surely be - Il Gelato di San Crispino. The gelati here are soft, creamy... delicious... and really, if it weren't for the fact that it's fattening, I'll probably eat it all day... and yes, all the time!

You can also buy a Gelato anywhere in Rome. But the most expensive places to buy one must surely be at the Spanish Steps. The gelati at Il Gelato di San Crispino isn't cheap either. :-(

One of my ex-colleagues bought a gelato just a stone's throw away from the Spanish Steps for - Gulp! - US$8 (and he didn't even sit in their cafe). Go figure.

Here I am (see photo please) - comparing whose Gelato is more appealing. By the way, I only eat chocolate ice cream and chocolate flavored Gelato. ;-P Just thought I'll elaborate a little in case you might want to buy me a nice Gelato when I am in Rome!

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 Grand Hotel Ritz

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Address: Via Chelini, 41, (Piazza Euclide - Parioli), Rome, Lazio, 00197, Italy