Hotel Aureliano

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Aurelia, 619, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
23%
13
Very Good
39%
22
Average
17%
10
Poor
8%
5
Terrible
10%
6

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families38
  • Couples62
  • Solo80
  • Business56

More about Hotel Aureliano

Rome Tip

by BarbieGirl

here it is Castel Sant'Angelo. The great Adriano's Mausoleo built in 132-139 after Christ, was fortified in the III century under Aureliano and in the course of the ages it's been modified especially in the Rinascimento by the Popes...

Photos

Pastarit0 opposite San Giovanni in LateranoPastarit0 opposite San Giovanni in Laterano

Fontana di TreviFontana di Trevi

from “Grande Guerra“ ed. Giovanni Lafirenze.from “Grande Guerra“ ed. Giovanni Lafirenze.

...and another....and another.

Forum Posts

train timetables

by ashlee2

We are travelling from Rome to Florence: florence to Genoa: Genoa to Nice in March 2011.I have been on the Trenitalia site and cant seem to find anywhere that tells me timetables and prices. If I try to book, it just gives me one time only (no choice). Can anyone help me to find timetables. Also should I book in advance or just buy at the station. Getting frustrated with the site. Thanks

Re: train timetables

by Mozumbus

looks like that you are trying to book the whole journey in one go(?)

Otherwise Rome-Florence should not be a problem at all

Bear in mind that trenitalia does not support, in almost all of the cases, where Regional Trains are involved. These trains are easy to book once you are there and there are no advanced booking discount on Regional Trains.

Hope this helps

Re: train timetables

by K_V_B

It's to early to book for March. If you look more than two months ahead on the Trenitalia website you will not get complete timetables, not will you be able to book.

Look up times for a similar day (sunday, saturday ,weekday) in next week to get an idea of what is available. Don't worry to much about booking in advance. You can easily book even on the day of departure. Trains aren't like airplanes, they're mass transit.
The easiest way to buy tickets is to use the ticket vending machines at the railway stations. They have menus in English.
If you really want to book in advance try again late January.

Re: train timetables

by K_V_B

It's to early to book for March. If you look more than two months ahead on the Trenitalia website you will not get complete timetables, not will you be able to book.

Look up times for a similar day (sunday, saturday ,weekday) in next week to get an idea of what is available. Don't worry to much about booking in advance. You can easily book even on the day of departure. Trains aren't like airplanes, they're mass transit.
The easiest way to buy tickets is to use the ticket vending machines at the railway stations. They have menus in English.
If you really want to book in advance try again late January.

Re: train timetables

by Mozumbus

Above is an experienced response, I would trust that

Book in advance only if you want to avail Meno-15 and Meno-30 deals. Downside is you will be deprived of flexibility. Otherwise booking on the spot or a day or two earlier will be good enough...

Re: train timetables

by cgf

you are not able to book more then 60 days in advance :)

Re: train timetables

by cgf

you are not able to book more then 60 days in advance :)

Re: train timetables

by monorailgold

The new schedules are due out on the 12th of December. Not all routes have been loaded yet. To get a good idea of the schedule and prices enter a date before the 12th. They won't change much. You won't be able to buy tickets more than 60 days ahead of time but you won't need to anyway. There are trains every hour to Genoa and at least 2 trains an hour between Rome and Florence. You can wait until you get to Italy to get your tickets and still be able to get the trains you want.

Donna

Re: train timetables

by monorailgold

Just one more thought, if you are from the U.S. you will probably not be able to buy your tickets on the trenitalia site. It does not usually take American credit cards. Just another reason to buy at the station.

Travel Tips for Rome

THROW A COIN AT THE TREVI FOUNTAIN

by STEFZAMM

One cannot leave Rome without tossing a coin in the Trevi fountain.
The legend says that by tossing a coin in this fountain over your shoulder you will one day return to the eternal city.
Besides one cannot miss the atmosphere of people tossing coins, taking photos, buying roses or souvenirs of the fountain from the stalls or the shops nearby... especially when the fountain is lit at night.

Fountain in via degli Staderari

by Sarita76

Via degli Staderari is close to the Pantheon and to Sant'Eustachio. The fountain you can see in the picture is made of Egyptian granite. The fountain was found here, in the 80's during some excavations of this area, but it probably belonged to Nero's Thermae.
The bottom of the fountain is pretty new, while the upper part is the original one.

Getting around Rome

by FieryRedhead

Termini Station is the main station in Rome. It connects regional trains, eurorail trains as well as the two local subway lines (A and B). The A line runs mostly east-west and the B line runs mostly north-south. Both trains meet in Termini, and it is extremely easy to switch from one to the other. For 16 euro each we bought a pass for a week that let us ride on any bus, subway or tram. Well worth it and by far the easiest way to get around. The A line does stop running early (2100 I think) but there are buses that run until midnight and at every stop there seems to be a train to get you back to Termini.

Rome is an excellent city to...

by scooter3

Rome is an excellent city to eat out in... There are so many restaurants though, that it is really difficult to choose where to go... There are many restaurants near Piazza Navona, but we didn't go to any because they just looked like expensive rip-off restaurants for tourists... I wish I could remember some of the names of the places we went... Out of all the places in Italy that I went, Rome definitely had the best food...

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 Hotel Aureliano

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Address: Via Aurelia, 619, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy