H 2000 Roma

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Quattro Fontane 16, Rome, 00184, Italy
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
17%
7
Very Good
40%
16
Average
15%
6
Poor
5%
2
Terrible
22%
9

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 15% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families60
  • Couples64
  • Solo60
  • Business16

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Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by Roily

Hi,
I'll be escorting my mother back to Canada this summer and, to catch her flight we need to overnight it in Roma near Stazione Termini. I'll be heading back to the Adriatic coast once I drop her off at the airport, but would like to treat her to a final decent meal close to Stazione Termini. She is elderly and I'd like to stay close to the hotel, so can anyone recommend a decent restaurant between say Piazza dell' Indipendenza and Via Castro Pretorio and say Via Marsala and Via Palestro.
Thanks in advance - I know it's a small area.
Roily

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by NorCal08

Ristorante Del Giglio is located very close to Termini and has excellent food. Its located on Via Torino 137, across the street from the Opera House. From Termini take Via Cavour four blocks and turn right on Via Torino, go one and half blocks and it will be on the right side just past Via del Viminale (the Opera House will be on your left). I think they also have a web page.

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by nicolaitan

www.santasusanna.org is the site for the Paulist church of the same name. Go to tourist information and find a link under "dine". Fathers Greg and Paul have provided an amazing list of restaurant descriptions and evaluations we have found helpful in all areas of Rome. These guys know good food when they eat it and have not let us down.

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by mccalpin

I take it a taxi ride to someplace in the city center is out of the question? If price is no object (although taxis are not all that expensive in Rome), taking a taxi over to Piazza Navona to Tre Scalini would bring you to a square (well, oval) that it what people traditionally think of Rome, and the restaurant is a tradition old Roman restaurant (upscale, not a dive).

This trip would require your mother to walk a hundred yards or so from the taxi drop off next to the square (I don't think taxis are allowed in, I recall seeing only the occasional police car) to the restaurant, and then doing the reverse when you leave (the taxi stand is out the north end of the square as I recall, but the restaurant will know for sure). This being Rome where the exception is the rule, I suppose it may be possible that the taxi driver would ignore the pedestrian zone and take you all the way in - you could ask when you get to Rome...

See the VT tips on it at http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Italy/Lazio/Rome-144659/Restaurants-Rome-Tre_Scalini-BR-1.html
Note that the last tip that Karl posted must be a different Tre Scalini as the address is all wrong for the one that I'm referring to...

Bill

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by Roily

Thanks everyone.

Gary - I checked it out on the web and it is ideal for what we are looking for. Funny thing is that it was also on Lew's recommended site.

Bill, I'll save your choice for when my wife and I are looking for some "good eats" next time we are in Rome.

All the best,

Romano

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by keakalina

in your response to Gary re restaurant, I could not find Gary's response to you and wonder what is the name of the restaurant and what is the website

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by NorCal08

Gary is NorCal08. Ristorante Del Giglio.

Re: Can anyone help find a decent restaurant.....

by Roily

Try
http://ristorantegiglio.it/home%20ENG.htm
Roily

Travel Tips for Rome

Look at the Trayan's column.

by barcodex

Any guide will load you with the information about the 'first ever cartoon in history'. I can argue that it is the first cartoon ever, but I will definitely agree that this is a first cartoon of such size. You can ask - how the COLIMN could be a CARTOON? The answer is simple - all the surface of column (from bottom to top) is a spiral of pictures, that could be treated as frames. Each next picture - next frame of a cartoon. Of course, you will not be able to look through all the column's cartoon, unless you're person of Gulliver's size

Golf in Rome

by Henrik_rrb

It would be a lie to say that golf is a huge sport in Rome, but there are some courses. And some very nice courses.
I spent a week at Sheraton Golf Parco dei Medici, which is both a hotel and a golf resort.

The hotel you can read about on my hotel-page. The golf course is divided into three 9 hole courses, white, blue and red. The white is the hardest one, then blue next, while the red is the easiest.

The BMW Open, on the Europe tour for ladies, will be played here in May, so there is no doubt the courses are really good.

It's a park course, with quite much water, so there are great difficulties on some parts of the course.

As always in the southern Europe the greenfees are quite high. But with a golf packet it gets quite much cheaper. I paid a bit over 900 euro for a week on the hotel, included breakfast everyday and six greenfees. Definitely well worth it, seeing the great quality of the course. Golf clubs of course. There is a golf shop in the club house, where you can buy those things that you miss from home. Quite expensive though.

From the resort you can also rent carolls for the bag, 7 euro/day.

There is a driving range and a big putting green close to the club house. And a bar where you can greet yourself with a beer after the day's playing... :) Plus some smaller sandwiches.

Being a Sheraton hotel everything is expensive, so be prepared to pay 8 euro for the beer. 5 euro for the toast.

Staff was very friendly though, and always tried to make us feel welcomed!

Made in USA...

by RuiPT about Hard Rock Café

In Rome you have numerous bars and restaurants from the simple coffee to the famous restaurant in “Via Vennetto”. Rome isn’t a cheap city but we also can’t say that it’s expensive and if you want to eat in a restaurant or to have a drink in a bar I think that those will not be the most expensive shops in Italy. Informal

Beware Alfredo alla Scorfa in Rome

by Dr_eea about Alfredo alla Scorfa

Me and my husband went to Alfredo's just by chance on a whim. We had, for the "primo", the "prosciutto e melone" (ham and canteloupe) and the "soute cozze" (mussels), which were ok, but not great considering the price (12€ and 15€). At this point, we were not that impressed with the great Alfredo. For the "secundi" we chose the "taglioni pesce spada" 15€ (taglioni with chunks of swordfish) and the grilled tuna 22€. I asked to have the tuna served rare, but, unfortunately for me, got two very well-done and dry pieces of fish covered in sesame seeds. As for the taglioni, the pasta was ok, but the fish was very dry. The tuna was not good at all. So far nothing special in a restaurant full of tourists., even though the place was kind of off the beaten path. We also had decent coffee and a more than decent grappa. The biggest surpise came at the end with the "conto" (check), when they charged us (no kidding!!) 6€ for the setting (i.e. table cloth, cutlery, etc...) and 15€!!! for the service. That was 21€ on top of our already pricey meal. I could not believe it! The athmosphere was not the best, we had to wave several times at the waiter and we didn't get anything on the house as is customary in other restaurants - particluar at the prices charged here. I think it was the biggest scam we experienced in Rome. BEWARE and be sure to ask before partaking of their very mediocre food. Shame on you ALFREDO!

La Moretta

by Sarita76 about La Moretta

Typical Roman dishes like Carbonara and Amatriciana. I had a good spaghetti with clams!!! And please take a look at the menu and its 'MADS BUTTERFLY'... Ok, apart from the fact that it's mis-spelled,the question is: what is it??? :)))

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Address: Via Quattro Fontane 16, Rome, 00184, Italy