Hotel Giotto

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Cardinal Passionei 35, Rome, Lazio, 00167, Italy
Hotel Giotto
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65%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
6%
8
Very Good
19%
25
Average
40%
52
Poor
14%
19
Terrible
20%
26

Value Score Average Value

Costs 50% less but rated 22% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families38
  • Couples26
  • Solo38
  • Business42

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Forum Posts

Rent a place for a month

by ezaguryk

Hi,I am looking to rent an aparment one room, in rome for a month or if you know a italian webpage were i can find to rent (not turist one, a local one)

thanks
replay at kellyezagury@hotmail.com

Re: Rent a place for a month

by xymmot

try this company, it has been good to me and world wide


http://www.airbnb.com/

cheers tommy x

Re: Rent a place for a month

by icunme

Having lived in Rome now for 6+ years, we tried many different sources - found this one to be very reliable and there is NO agency fee!
http://www.wantedinrome.com/clas/show_clas.php?op=showcat&id=11

Re: Rent a place for a month

by Viggo3003

You wouldn't happen to know a similar type site for Florence?

Thanks,

Mark

Re: Rent a place for a month

by xdaliv

ive used rentalinrome.com for my rome apartment reservation. Very helpful and good communications. They also have apartments in Florence.

But i used an apartment from www.vbro.com for Florence (found a better rate and location on vbro. Problem is you have to do the search yourself)

Re: Rent a place for a month

by icunme

Slight correction - the site is VRBO.com - Vacation Rentals By Owner - in fact, I use this site to rent my Palm Springs condo - you will deal directly with the owner in most cases.

Re: Rent a place for a month

by xdaliv

ah thanks for that correction. i didn't even notice. sometimes its not good when your fingers type fast. www.VRBO.com is correct.

Re: Rent a place for a month

by xymmot

micahpantoja ,, when I go to this site that you included to read more,
I don't know what you are looking at as it refers back to the forum,????
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Travel Tips for Rome

Map of main sites & areas

by henry14

If you havent a guide book or map, this online map will help give an idea of where the main sights are in relation to each other, to help your planning.

Select the sight from the list on the right of the page and it will put it on the map for you. You can zoom in to see the area in more detail if required.

www.rome.info/map/

FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLE MARKET

by travelgourmet

Rome has great sights, great restaurants, and great outdoor markets. PIAZZA CAMPO DE' FIORI has a fantastic market every morning except Sunday and the fruits and vegetables are a sight to behold and also to buy.

Nothing like a fresh fruit in the morning to awaken the palate to all the culinary delites that await you the rest of the day and night in romantic Roma. The market at the piazza is located between the Piazza Navona and Ponte Sisto, the bridge over to Trastevere.

Make sure you return in the evening to this piazza to see the transformation of the outdoor market to a glorious palate of sight and sound as the lights bounce off the walls and the music fills the night.

Surprising view of St. Peter's Cupola

by abarbieri

For those who would like to get a better view of St.Peter's Cupola, I suggest to get to Via Piccolomini. Due to an optical illusion it seems huge but this changes when you move towards the Cupola itself.
By car/taxi it takes about 10 minutes to get to Via Piccolomi from the Vatican.
On YouTube you can watch an abstract from Antonioni's movie "L'Avventura" where you can see Via Piccolomini in the 1960:
http://it.youtube.com/watch?v=g-VYkT4hJy4

Giovan Battista Pastine (Ciampino) Airport

by Fam_Stoica

Giovan Battista Pastine / Ciampino (IATA code CIA) is the second airport in Rome; located on the Via Appia Nuova, 15 km. from the centre of Rome, it can be reached by :
* car - short distance from the Rome city ring road (GRA)
* train - subway link with Termini station
* bus - Terravision, COTRAL/Schiaffini.

Delicious paste & pizza

by TerezaJ about IL PONENTINO

On very nice place in Trastevere, just a minute from Garibaldi bridge. Delicious food, wine, nice people. all appetizers - carciofi, melanzane, formaggio
pastas, pizzas, salads, and of course home red wine.

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