Hotel Eliseo

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Di Porta Pinciana 30, Centre - Spanish Steps, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
Eliseo Hotel
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67%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
14%
20
Very Good
30%
41
Average
23%
31
Poor
20%
27
Terrible
11%
15

Value Score Poor Value

Rated 20% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families60
  • Couples50
  • Solo50
  • Business33

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Photos

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Santa Maria Maggiore - Relic of "Holy Crib".Santa Maria Maggiore - Relic of "Holy Crib".

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Forum Posts

Hotel eliseo

by rockchickker

Hi, has anyone stayed at this hotel??
Just wanted some feedback as couldnt find any reviews on this site?

Thanks

RE: Hotel eliseo

by mccalpin

#1. See http://forum.virtualtourist.com/discussion-6292-1-1-Travel-0-144659-Rome-discussion.html

#2. See http://rome-hotels.tripadvisor.com/Hotel_Review-g187791-d203180-Reviews-a_als.0-Hotel_Eliseo-Rome_Lazio-m10782.alink_html

Bill

ROME IN JANUARY

by JuliaK

my boyfriend and I we plan to go at the end of january in Rome. We want a nice(romantic...) and clean hotel...not expensive!!! and somewhere in the center so we can do the essential tour in the city of Rome
Any good suggestions???

Re: Re: ROME IN JANUARY

by shair00

Try your travel agent, they should have some ideas.

Steven

Re: ROME IN JANUARY

by Natalina

Hi,

Depending on your budget, a few I could recommend are:

Hotel San Giusto
Hotel Flower Garden
Daniela Hotel
Residenza Dei Quiriti
Pace Helvezia
Hotel Eliseo

If you would like any further recommendations on hotels, restaurants, tours etc., please feel free to contact me at info@nlbtravel.co.uk

Natalie
www.nlbtravel.co.uk

Travel Tips for Rome

Where's the Bathroom?

by goodfish

(Lifted from my Italy tips)
If you're a first-timer to The Boot, public washroom facilities will be an adventure. I'd read beforehand that a good rule of thumb is to always "go" just before you leave your hotel to avoid having to find or use a public potty as long as possible. They really aren't all that bad, once you get used to them, although there were a couple that got the better of me. Don't expect the luxury of toilet seats, TP or soap, and pack along wet wipes, tissue and hand sanitizer. Some have attendants who require throwing some change (usually around .50 euro) in their basket to gain entry so always have a few small coins in your pocket. Flushing is usually accomplished by pressing a panel on the wall above the commode.

The photo above was taken at the Vatican and was (thankfully) the only one of this type that I encountered. Having spent enough time in the woods to know what was expected, it was still a relief to see other, more conventional options available. Whew. Pretty much all of the museums and major sights have facilities, as do restaurants, cafes and bars, and the majority will be just fine. If you're really squeamish, keep an eye out for big 4 or 5-star hotels and look for washrooms off of the lobbies.

Statues in Rome

by Sarita76

I love looking at statues "stuck" in the blue sky and can't resist to take pictures of them... This is a statue placed in the area of the Altare della Patria and I thought it was worth a click! :)))

FROM/TO THE AIRPORT - (Fiumicino)

by DAO

Leonardo da Vinci International Airport (Fiumicino) is the main Roman airport and is about 29 kilometers (18 miles) by road from Rome. Taxis are expensive and the bus takes forever. There is a better way. The direct train! It is called the LEONARDO EXPRESS and it leaves every 30 minutes from the Airport. Non-stop and a gentle 35 minute ride straight to Termini Train Station. Termini is the central train AND metro station. It just could not be easier! It leaves and arrives at gates 28/29 (pictured) in Termini.

There is no need to pre-book the journey from the airport! Just claim your bags at your terminal and follow the signs for the train. Tickets are on sale before you board. Easy.

At Termini: Allow a good 10 minutes to walk to gate 28/29. It is on the far right hand side and a very long walk to get there.

Enjoy Rome!

Also, you can look at Trenitalia’s website for connecting trains to other great Itaian cities:

ITALIAN TRAINS

only for lunch

by abarbieri about Enoteca Corsi

This is a very old and well known simple place, open only for lunch, located not far the Pantheon.
The menu is always the same, but here you can really enjoy local recepies.
This is the italian version of a fast food and the service can be occasionally rude if they need your table for someone waiting in line.
Very simple decor, no wine list and no table cloth.
Closed for dinner and on sunday This might be a full roman menu:
Puntarelle olio, sale, pepe ed acciughe
Bucatini all'Amatriciana
Saltimbocca alla Romana
Tarallucci al vino
Caffe espresso

Make some practice with your dictionary book to translate it and let me know!!

Catacombs of Rome

by e_boc

Good web site to check out:
Catacombs of Rome

Of Rome's more than 60 early Christian catacombs, only five are open to visitors and pilgrims. The best-known and most-often visited are The Catacombs of St. Callixtus (via Appia Antica, 126; Tel: 39-06-513-0151). In all, the Roman catacombs encompass hundreds of miles of passageways and tens of thousands of tombs with paintings inscriptions and sculptures that document the rites and customs of the Church's first centuries. The four less familiar catacombs that are open to the public are: The Catacombs of St. Agnes (via Nomentana, 349; Tel: 39-06-861-0840). The Catacombs of Priscilla (via Salaria, 430; Tel: 39-06-8620-6272). The Catacombs of Domitilla (via delle Sette Chiese, 282/0; Tel: 39-06-511-0342). The Catacombs of St. Sebastian (via Appia Antica, 136; Tel: 39-06-788-7035).

All are open year round, except for major Church holidays; hours vary, so call before you go. Admission is about $5 and includes a 30-minute guided tour, available in several languages throughout the day.

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 Hotel Eliseo

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Address: Via Di Porta Pinciana 30, Centre - Spanish Steps, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy