Hotel Domus Mea

Via Calatafimi , 31, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
Hotel Domus Mea
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Good For Couples
  • Families0
  • Couples34
  • Solo30
  • Business0

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Domus Mea

by Pharoh_Dino

Any feedback on this hotel is appreciated.


RE: Domus Mea

by worldinabag


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RE: RE: Domus Mea

by Pharoh_Dino

Thanks Mauro, I think I'll survive Domus Mea. Does it mean anything by the way?


RE: RE: Domus Mea

by mccalpin

There are rather a large number of reviews at - see

I can't say people were real happy with the place, but, then, at these prices, they should have known that something was "hinky".

"Domus Mea" means "my house" in Latin...


RE: Domus Mea

by Pharoh_Dino

I guess the value for money is fair in Domus Mea. Any otther alternatives you suggest that costs up to 80 Euros for 2 persons in a double with private bathroom.


RE: RE: Domus Mea

by mccalpin

Unfortunately, having lived in Rome, I don't have a lot of experience with hotels in Rome. I hope that you will surf, because you will be able to pick out whatever places are in your price range fairly quickly.

Some people here have recently gone to "Roman and Italian B&B", which is near the Colosseum, but I see that the rooms in your price range don't have a private bath. The same is true for "Albergo della Lunetta", which is near Campo dei Fiori (very central) - my nephew lived here the year he studied in Rome.

Anyway, look at the site and also search the Rome Forum for "hotel", and see what pops out...good luck!


RE: RE: Domus Mea

by Pharoh_Dino

Indeed I am using I couldn't book Domus Mea as they didnt have availability. I am now trying with planet 29. Any info on that one?


Travel Tips for Rome

Cover charge

by TinKan

In Italy it is customary to have a cover charge (Coperto) added to your bill at every place that you sit down to eat or drink. This is to pay for the bread sticks and the cleaning of the table.

Even if you just sit to take a break at a table at a snack shop expect to pay this coperto even if you do not eat the bread or olives.

This is why the shops do not like you to sit without buying something. They will still charge you and you should pay. It is their way.

The Keats-Shelley House

by craic

I will have to scan some pics for this tip because when I visited in 2004 I didn't have a digicam.

I thought it was just called the Keats House but oh well. It is right by the Spanish Steps and has a plaque on the wall letting you know who lived (and died) here.
You would have to be keen to want to visit. It costs a few euros and it is tiny, not that much to see. You can go into the room Keats died in, at the front of the flat. But all his furniture had to be burnt, because his landlady, who lived in the room at the back of the flat, reported his death from tb. And that was the law at that time.
It's called a house, but it is a flat - three rooms tops. No kitchen. Apparently he and Joseph Severn, his friend who nursed him through his last days, would lower a basket from the window and a local restaurant would send their meals up.
And no visible bathroom either. Bit tricky that, I would imagine. 'Are they angels?' as a church high up asked as he scanned plans for a church that contained no bathrooms.

Rome to Venice

by traveller1234blog

The easiest and fastest way to reach Venice from Rome is to take Rayain flight from Ciampino airport to Treviso airport. Its one hour flight. By train you will atleast need 5 to 6 hours to reach Venice.

Best ice cream ever

by Gili_S about Gelateria La Scala

What can I say, there are no words to describe the quality of ice cream in this place, a home made by the owner, the ice cream I had here was the best one I ever had. No surprise I came back here also late at night to have more.

The Pantheon

by Andraf

This building is ancient Rome's best preserved monument. The emperor Hadrian reconstructed it around 120 AD when an older temple sitting on the same spot was destroyed by fire. The interior is really striking, with its dome a perfect hemisphere and an oculus which is believed to symbolize the all-seeing eye of heaven. I really liked this building, it has a certain geometrical harmony which reminded me that in architecture sometimes the simplest things achieve the biggest effect. Inside is Raphael's tomb and the tomb of Vittorio Emanuele II, Italy's first king.


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Address: Via Calatafimi , 31, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy