Hotel Delle Vittorie

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Col di Lana 24, Prati, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy
Hotel Delle Vittorie
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 22% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families92
  • Couples90
  • Solo78
  • Business67

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I need your comments ref. 2 hotels in Rome! Help!!!)

by Kreolka

Hi everybody!)
We booked 1 hotel in Rome...but our travel agency decided to change the hotel, which we booked a 2 weeks ago on the hotel "La Piccola Locanda" or on the hotel "Delle Vittorie"(on via Col di Lana). The reason - overbooking(.

I know NOTHING about this places & there also only a few reviews on "la Piccola Locanda" !! Only it's new hotel (was opened in march 2007).

So I will be glad to hear any information about these hotels!

Re: I need your comments ref. 2 hotels in Rome! Help!!!)

by leics

Delle Vittorie reviews here:

and here:

and here:

Looks fairly good to me.

I wonder if La Piccola Locanda is a new-build, or just a newly-renamed hotel? The latter seems more likely, given its location, but reviews are indeed hard to find.

Re: I need your comments ref. 2 hotels in Rome! Help!!!)

by babbi_it

Here la piccola locanda's url

Re: I need your comments ref. 2 hotels in Rome! Help!!!)

by Kreolka

Thanks a lot!

Travel Tips for Rome

Forget the bottled water! Drink from the fountain

by guell

I was surprised to learn that the fountains in Rome use clean potable water just like what comes out of the faucets. I was told that this water is just as safe as the water in the US. In fact, when thirsty, everybody just drinks from the nearest fountains...and so did we! We never got sick!!

Fontanone del Gianicolo (Janiculum)

by icunme

This Fontanone del Gianicolo (Janiculum Fountain) was also known as the Fountain of acqua Paola with water from Lake Bracciano flowing through. It was commissioned by Pope Paolo V Borghese (1605-1621) to Giovanni Fontana and Flaminio Ponzio and completed by Carlo Fontana. With an enormous white marble basin, it boasts three wide niches along with two minor ones alongside. Part of the large inscription over the niches says that the pipes of the Alseitana were restored, when in fact, they were from Triana. The columns came from the old St. Peter's Basilica. The papal coat of arms and the figures beside it are the work of Ippolito Buzio. In 1690 Pope Alessandro VIII Ottoboni (1689-91) replaced the five shells at the base of the hydrants with the magnificent, large basin. He opened the space facing the botanical gardens behind with its central arch, thereby constructing the square from which one can view the extraordinary panorama of Rome.

This square is home to La Terrrazza restaurant - currently hosting the Heidsieck Champagne promotion until September 10, 2006 - and also a small theater for summer performing arts.

Location: Via Garibaldi going up the hill to Giancolo
Bus: #15 from Stazioni Giancolo takes you there


by Sissyz

The Metro is amazing! It can pretty much get you anywhere you need to go...or at least pretty darn close. I cost 1 euro per per time on...but if your a little bit of a risk taker you can get on the metro free every other time. :/ its your call?

Burn your fingers on the lamb!

by illumina about Rosso 3 / Rosso Tiziano

Nice little snack bar / trattoria, with friendly service and waiters who speak English. The house red for EUR 7 is very good value for money, the nicest house wine we had in Rome. We skipped antipasto and had Lasagne al forno for starters, a small portion but very good, and it was better not to fill up on the first course! We both had the Abbacchio Scottadito ('burnt fingers' lamb) for the main course, which was absolutely delicious, served on a bed of lettuce with a slice of lemon. This was accompanied by the _best_ roast potatoes, which we drizzled with the olive oil and vinegar provided (trust me, it's amazing!). We finished off with an acceptable berry cheesecake.

The service was very good, although we ordered bread which never arrived and we were charged for it (but it's only 2euros so not a big deal). The whole bill came to EUR 56, including 10% service charge.

As we left we also bought pastries from the snack bar for 1 euro a piece to take back to our hotel to eat on the balcony!

I thought from the sign that the name of the restaurant was Rosso 3, but the receipt suggests that it's Rosso Tiziano, which I've discovered means Titian Red. Abbacchio Scottadito - wonderful!

Toss in a coin

by tyerks

The Trevi Fountain, probably Rome's most famous of the many many fountains they have, is amazingly gorgeous. If you go there during the day, make sure you return at night. it's even more beautiful all lit up. Also, make sure to throw a coin in to guaruntee your return to the Eternal City. Heck, it's worth a shot, right?


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Address: Col di Lana 24, Prati, Rome, Lazio, 00195, Italy