Hotel Dolomiti Rome

Via S. Martino della Battaglia, 11, Rome, 00185, Italy
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Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by wanderlustig

I will be traveling, with three others, to Rome in September and we are hoping to find two double rooms in a clean hotel, bed and breakfast, or pensione, in a safe and convenient neighborhood for $100.00 per night per couple, or less. Is this possible? Can anyone recommend a specific place? Ciao, Wanderlustig

Re: Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by Maryimelda

Rome Hotels are generally speaking, more expensive than many others but if you try www.venere.com or www.bookings.com, you should be able to find something suitable. These are very efficient sites with reviews by people who have already stayed there.

Re: Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by leics

Rome, like all tourist-popular European cities, is an expensive place to stay.

At 50 euro or so per night for a double room your choices will be very limited. You may find somewhere, but be careful if you are too far out of the centre.....you will spend time and money travelling to and from each day. Staying nearer to the centre is worth the extra few euros, imo.

Check venere (also lists some b&bs) and booking.com which are both reliable suites.

This site lists more b&bs;

http://www.bbplanet.com/accommodations/rome/

Re: Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by craic

when we were in rome in november we booked hotels via wotif.com

(we started our trip in rome and returned to catch the flight home)

november is low season but we had a lot of choice

we found a very nice hotel 5 blocks from termini for 65 euro a night including breakfast

and a good enough hotel one block from termini (plus breakfast) for 75 euro a night

i don't know if that would work out more than 100 euro a night

worif is a reliable site - we have used it for years in Australia, New Zealand and Italy and America

Re: Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by craic

btw my hsuband insists on having an en suite bathroom and that is always more expensive

if you don't midn a share bathroom you will get something cheaper

Re: Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by worldinabag

Hi

How well do you get along together? Thought about sharing an apartment? Have a look at http://www.vrbo.com/vacation-rentals/europe/italy/latium-lazio/rome. Otherwise try http://www.bbbluerose.com. I haven't stayed there but can vouch for the location.

Re: Hotel in Rome $100.00 per night or less

by Giada76

Try at Forus Inn Hotel, a small hotel near termini railway station, underground railway and 15 minutes walking from Colosseum. New and nice hotel with air conditioning, parquet, private bathroom. I worked there few months ago. If u call directly the hotel, they can do a cheaper price than on the web. Phone 0039 06 47824745. The price includes breakfast. They have double, triple or quadriple rooms.

Travel Tips for Rome

My Favorite Map of Rome

by Lacristina

There are plenty of maps of Rome available - the city's own tourist information kiosks actually offer a decent one for free, but you have to insist to get the best one.

They have two maps - why, I don't know. If you ask for a map, they'll tear one off a tablet and give it to you - it's about 13 by 18 1/2 inches, and the type is so small as to be not terribly useful. They have a larger version (already folded) which is 18 1/2 by 26 inches. Much easier to read! But you may have to insist to get them to give you this one.

The last time I was in Rome, even though I speak Italian and asked for the larger map, they tried to tell me it was the same as the smaller one. Then they tried to tell me they only had it in Japanese! So keep insisting!

And of course, every guide book on earth has a map or series of maps. The cut-away maps of small neighborhoods in the Eyewitness Guide are great - but the book weighs a ton!

Still, my favorite is the Rough Guide's Map of Rome. Just detailed enough to keep you from losing your way in the tiny vincoli (alleys) that make the city so enjoyable. And made out of that wonderful, untearable, waterproof fabric that allows you to fold it again and again, in any way you like, in any way that's convenient for your current location. I love it.

Whatever map you choose - do this one little check. Look for Piazza Paradiso. Find Piazza Venezia (just north of the Roman Forum and Piazza Campidoglio). Then follow Corso Vittorio Emanuele to the west until you come to the Church of San Andrea delle Valle (which should be on the south side of the street.)

Ok, now find Campo dei Fiori, just to the southwest, and draw a line between it and the church. If you don't find Piazza del Paradiso just about in the middle, then the map isn?t detailed enough. Actually, maybe it's getting lost and not caring one bit!

Packing List

by mauro_pd

No specific clothing is needed: when it's summer it's hot and when it's winter it's cold ... I'm a genius I know :-).

Apart from kidding you need a light pull only if you plan to go to the beach in the night cause it's usually moderately windy. If you plan to drive in Rome pls get a detailed map, not simply a touristic one ! Do not rely at all on the ones that rent-a-car companies distribute: they can give you only a generic idea ... get a detailed map, it's definitely worthy of, you save time and sometimes you save yourself as well :-)

Roman life

by magyarozag about The Roman Forum Shop

The Roman Forum shop, which is entered when exiting the Roman Forum is a small but relaxing shop offering great views over the Forum. There are figures, pop-out books, colour in boks etc. all at street value prices.

Great pizza

by azz8206 about Amalfi Pizzeria

I loved this restaurant near the Ottaviano metro. The pizza and the amalfi antipasto were some of the best dishes I've had while in Rome. Although my wife was kicking herself for not ordering a pizza because her pasta was not that good. It's not too pricey and there is no cover charge to sit. The inside is nice and clean and the service is very good with the owner taking the order and a couple of waiters attending to you. I give it a very satisfied revue just because my wife did not enjoy her pasta. It's between 25- 30 euros pp with a beer and no tip. I really enjoyed my amalfi antipasto which consisted of prosciutto, melon, some bruschetta bread, bocconcini with tomatoes, buffalo mozzarella. a mini calzone and the piece de resistance eggplant meatballs. I also enjoyed my pizza lucifero, the salami was quite good.

A Roman Trattoria With No Menu!

by MM212 about Trattoria del Pallaro

A unique experience as this restaurant has no menu. You will be served whatever is currently being cooked and you have no choice in the matter (except in the colour of wine, i.e. rosso o bianco?). The cuisine is typically Roman and everything I've had has been delicious with a home cooking feel to it. You will pay a fixed price (~20 EUR). But don't expect this to be a fancy restaurant. Hard to tell... there is no set menu!

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 Hotel Dolomiti Rome

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Address: Via S. Martino della Battaglia, 11, Rome, 00185, Italy