Hotel Lilium

Via Venti Settembre 58a, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy
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Very Good
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The humongous Tapa LocaThe humongous Tapa Loca

The sign of the hotelThe sign of the hotel

Basilica of Constantine (in the background)Basilica of Constantine (in the background)

The chains that bound St. PeterThe chains that bound St. Peter

Forum Posts

Help with locations please

by lapsycrafter

My husband and I will be arriving in Rome Aug.7 until /Aug 9
We are traveling with Ryan air. Our hotel is Mercure Roma Corso. Can anyone give me an idea of the distance between hotel and Ciapino Airport, and how far we will be from some of the attractions.Thank you in advance for all your help.

Re: Help with locations please

by puerto_lover

Open up Google Maps and enter or cut and paste this address to see where your hotel is.

Via Gradisca 29 00198 ROMA

The Google Maps allows you to see the street view - yes you can actually see the exterior of your hotel !

Wander around the City and you can soon get some idea of walking distances as Google also gives you this. See left side.

Ciampino Airport transfer details are :

http://www.toandfromtheairport.com/rome.html#CIA
or
http://www.adr.it/portal/portal/adr/Ciampino/Servizi/Come_raggiungerci/Arrivo_bus

Or the Ryanair web site.
There are options but most likely you will finish at TERMINI station. (cut and paste these coordinates to see where TERMINI station is approximately - 41°54'0"N 12°30'14"E )
And possibly take a taxi for the few minutes (in theory) journey covering 3 kms.

Re: Help with locations please

by mccalpin

As Nige says, most transportation from Ciampino is geared to go to Termini, the main train station. Your hotel is about 3 kilometers northeast of Termini, and about 2 kilometers northwest of Roma Tiburtina, another major station in Rome.

I say "in Rome" advisedly, as your hotel is within the city limits, but well outside the city center. Termini is on the eastern edge of the city center, and your hotel is northeast of that, so you basically will have 3 kilometers minimum to get anywhere in the center (where most of the sights are) on foot.

The Metro won't help a lot as the nearest station may well be Tiburtina - still kind of a walk.

However, your hotel is quite close to Via Nomentana, a major artery that runs to/from the city center, and without even checking, I have to believe that there is frequent bus service on this road to Piazza dei Cinquecento (in front of Termini) if not further on into the city.

Look at www.atac.roma.it for the official website for the city's public transit system. Look for the English Jack on the right for English, then do some sample route calculations from your hotel's address to places in town (you can start with Piazza dei Cinquecento, as this is likely to be a direct route). Play with this to get a feel for the process.

ATAC has 3 days bus/Metro/tram passes for 11 euro (described on the same website under "Tickets and Passes" - look for Metrebus Roma) - you may find this quite valuable.

Oh, as for Ciampino to your hotel, I think Nige was pointing you in the right direction - take the Ryanair-related bus (see their website) to Termini, then take a taxi from Termini to your hotel...You could take a bus closer, but how much hassle do you want, with luggage, strange city, et al?

Bill

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by unravelau

The Castel S Angelo definitely gets my vote for an important site to visit. Maybe it is that because it is so close to S. Peters that people might be either to anxious to get there, or too tired to continue having been there. So maybe the idea would be to set aside the day to really look at this monument. It is really hard to say what I miss most away from Rome because there is so much that I have enjoyed there and much that I would still like to see and do.

See Totti LIVE!

by xxgirasolexx

If you get a chance to go to the Olympic Stadium in Rome, be sure to go! It's a chance not to be missed. I had the opportunity to go and watch a match between Rome and Siena. Although it wasn't the best match....at least I got to finally see Totti play LIVE and spend a day with the best boy ever! Don't bring any extra stuff with you because it might get confiscated or you might not be allowed entry into the stadium.

Historical Department Store in Rome?

by icunme about La Rinascente

In 1887 Rome (within the walls) had its first (and last) department store: it was a branch of a large firm of Milan: it was built using a modern technique based on a structure of iron bars which allowed large shop windows. In 1917 the department store chain was given a new name: "La Rinascente", almost a synonym of "il Rinascimento", the Italian word for the Renaissance.
The small size of the building is not comparable with the XIXth century department stores of other European cities. Average prices - always variety - sale items

Restaurants Near The GEMELLI Hospital.

by breughel about MOSCATI MÖVENPICK, PIZZERIA GAIA, Sacchetti

This is a residential area in the North of Rome, not much tourists here except those staying at the Moevenpick Central Park hotel (see my tip) or visitors of the Gemelli hospital.
The district comprises very few restaurants. Here some comments about 3 places were we had food:

Restaurant MOSCATI of the hotel Moevenpick Central Park.
Quality of food, wines and service were excellent. Count 90 € - 150 € for two, wine included. Wines are of superior quality here but start at 19 €/bottle.
Of course this is not a trattoria with a "vino de la casa"!

We tested “Trattoria Sacchetti” but the reception was so rude, although we spoke Italian that we went out without eating.
Low prices but as my wife said the staff seemed to be a bunch of "abrutis".
We never met such impolite reception in all Italy.

There is a pizzeria "I GEMELLONI" near the Gemelli hospital, on a corner of the via Pineta Sacchetti (n° 211)
All kind pizza parts are sold by weight. Was good and cheap. Wine "de la casa" at 3,50 € for 1/2 liter

We got a very kind reception at another simple PIZZERIA and bio store GAIA BIO, Lgo Guido Cencetti, 13-14 located between the via Pineta Sacchetti and the Hotel Moevenpick.
We ate bruschetta at 1,50 €, excellent very thin pizza at 6 - 8 €, wonderful "calzone".
Good Tuscany or Puglia wines at 10 - 14 €/bottle. We have been here several times.

In between the luxury restaurant and the sober pizzeria there seems to be nothing in this area.

Pizza Ebraica - Jewish Pizza

by abarbieri about Pasticceria Ebraica "Il Boccione"

It is a little tiny shop located right at the beginning of Via del Portico d'Ottavia in what is known as the Jewish Ghetto. It has no sign but it is immediately recognisable by the line of people outside. The Pizza Ebraica is sweet little cake with raisins, candied fruit and almonds.
Among other goodies you have the damson and ricotta tart or the chocolate and ricotta version.
Opening hours:
8am-7pm Mon-Thur, Sunday only morning, 8am till sunset on Friday, Closed Saturday and Jewish Holidays.
No credit card

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 Hotel Lilium

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Address: Via Venti Settembre 58a, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy