Hotel Lloyd

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Allessandria 110A, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy
Hotel Lloyd
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Costs 27% less than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Forum Posts

Rome Tecno Bus Routes

by mtnmusic99

Where can I find a map of the minibus route for Bus 116 between Via Veneto and Vatican/Gianicolo station? We want to find stops near Trevi and Pantheon.

Re: Rome Tecno Bus Routes

by Beausoleil

VT member puerto lover has posted a Tip on this. Here is the URL.

Or you can type puerto lover into the VT search window and then visit his Rome Travel Pages.

A VT Search on 116 bus using "Keyword" search would probably bring up several such Tips.

We thoroughly enjoyed the Archeobus while in Rome. You might look into that too.

Have a good trip.

Re: Rome Tecno Bus Routes

by puerto_lover

The 116 bus is magic. But because of road works etc the route may change so best to check once you are in Rome. From Via Veneto it will eventually pass close to Piazza Navona as it goes along Corso del Rinascimento. From here it is a short walk to Pantheon. And actually from Pantheon to Trevi Fountain is a short walk - about 10 minutes. The route changes depending on which direction you are going !
But to see Rome using this bus is very useful.

Re: Rome Tecno Bus Routes

by mccalpin

The route can be found on the ATAC website (the public transit system for Rome). However, much of the ATAC website is in Italian only, and the amount of English varies so much I don't bother looking in English for anything any more...

and see if you can see the map. If so, this is the map of the "normal" 116 from Porta Pinciana to the Gianicolo. The stops are listed at the bottom. Note that each stop is a link, so you can get a close up map of the stop by clicking on it (a few may even have street level photos).

As for the detours, this page lists 2 different possible detours:
I have no idea which one the bus is currently running on...

As for the stops on the normal route, the closest stops to what you want are probably the DUE MACELLI/MIGNANELLI stop for the Trevi Fountain and the BAULLARI stop for the Pantheon (I didn't look at the detours)...


Travel Tips for Rome


by blusky

I just love to admire this fascinating place. It's impressive once you enter and see the day light coming from a central hole on the roof. I would recommend you to sit in one of the bar's terraces of the piazza della rotonda to admire Pantheon while sipping your favourite drink. It's especially nice during summer evenings.



What a better way to spend your afternoon, chatting with friends, relaxing in the sun or just watching the Roman Lifestyle from the Spanish Steps....
Everyday the spanish steps are full of people those who just stopped by from their shopping or tourists who had to visit the spanish steps. Besides taking photographs of the surroundings its also a custom to take a picture with all of the dressed up people, the most famous one on the spanish steps is that of the roman soldier who was gentle enough to take as many photos as we wanted :)

Villa D'Este

by Packerman

Villa D'Este. Near the city of Tivoli 31 kilometers east of Rome. A large beautiful garden filled with fantastic water fountains. A great place to get away from the noise of Rome and breathe some fresh air. I would suggest visiting this if you have a week or more in Rome only. In 1550 Cardinal Ippolito II d'Este succeeded to the throne and decided to retire in Tivoli where he immediately began the construction of the villa and gardens.

From Airport to City Centre by Train

by Janani

We used the train to travel to the centre of the city from Rome’s Fiumicino airport, buying a ticket from the counter at the airport’s station, (19 Euros for two people) which we had to validate before boarding the train by stamping it in a small machine on the platform. The station was well signposted from the airport but was a fair distance away using escalators and, I think, a moving walkway.

We found the train very smart and clean and it arrived promptly at the platform. I was surprised to discover how few people were using it, as the airport had seemed very busy. We were very comfortable on the journey, having plenty of space for our luggage in the compartment, around and between the seats. The train passed firstly through some rural areas, where we were surprised to see palm trees flourishing on such a cold January morning (it snowed around Rome, while we were there) and then around the outskirts of the city, through the southern suburbs before finally arriving in the city centre at Termini station. It took another long walk, well signposted and mainly on moving walkways, to reach the front of the station, where we found connections with metro and bus services to all areas of the city. We found a newsagent's stand at the front of the station, where we were able to buy tickets for the bus to our hotel.

On our return journey to the airport, we used the automatic ticket machines, rather than queuing at the counter, to purchase our tickets. These have several languages available and take cash or credit cards


by bugalugs

It would be impossible for me to recommend a certain restaurant. We enjoyed some really nice meals, but did not have a particular favourite.

I must add though (and there will probably be people screaming at me from the four corners of the world for writing this - lol) that we did have our 13 year old son who was such a faddy eater (he is a bit better now) and he wanted a McDonalds!!!!!!!!!! We did eventually find one near to the church of St. John Lateran. With your back facing the church there is a large road on the right hand side called the Via Appia Nuova and along there on the right hand side near to the Piaaza Dei Re De Roma is a McDonalds.


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 Hotel Lloyd

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Address: Via Allessandria 110A, Rome, Lazio, 00198, Italy