Il Granaio di Santa Prassede

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via di Santa Prassede 25, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy
Il Granaio di Santa Prassede
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  • Families78
  • Couples67
  • Solo75
  • Business60

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Hotel Santa Prassede

by Vilmita

Has anyone stayed there, this one looks very nice, pls let me know.......thanks!


RE: Hotel Santa Prassede

by diamond_skies

Hi Vilma

This hotel was recommended to me by a friend, fellow VTer ARoman. He had friends stay there and they thought it was nice. We are planning to book it ourselves for next month. If you aren't going to Rome for awhile I can let you know what it was like.

It is near Termini but apparently it is far enough away to be in a nicer area.

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by MattWill75

Hi I am going to Rome on Sunday March 27th for three nights with my partner, i have been on a number of sites and am struggling to find decent budget accomodation. I want to stay pretty central but not in a hostel, i only want B&B although i'm not fussed about having breakfast available. thanks.

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by ProfBob

Check out Hotel Italia Pensione; ask for Rick Steves rate; clean, reasonable, english speaking, nice breakfast included, central location, 2-3 blocks from Termini

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by TRimer

How much do you want to pay and do you want your own bathroom?

Re: rome hotels

by ARoman

Exactly, need to know the budget... nice two stars is also the Hotel Santa Prassede close to S.maria maggiore (Central Station), includes breakfast, also last minute fares

Also or similar can help

Travel Tips for Rome


by thirstytraveller

Italy is a wine country and they don't brew good beer. Local beers are quite similar, all too malty and sweet. Birra Peroni, Nastro Azzurro and Moretti are some examples of mainstream beers. Beers in supermarkets are qute reosanably priced, you can get a 0,66 litre bottle for around 1 euro. Expect to pay ~20 cents more for cold beer. The main import beer is Beck's, a bad example of German lager. Danish so-called pilsner Tuborg is also widely available.

The presence of malarial...

by AndreasK

The presence of malarial mosquitoes in the coastal marshes that once stretched the length of Lazio prevented settlement on any scale. The marshes have been drained and this coastline can now be enjoyed without risk. One of the most popular resorts among the locals is Sperlonga. The town is reminiscent of a Greek island village. Sperlonga, with its white sand beaches, staircase-style streets and its vicinity to Rome, make it the ideal Italian seaside village. On the far end of the beach, is a grotto beside the remains of the Villa of Tiberius, the Roman Emperor who spent the summers here. Sperlonga is easily reached from Rome and Naples within two hours by car or train (nearest station in Fondi).


by cotinara

Taxis are easy to find. Make sure they are legit and prior to getting into said taxi talk about what the price should be. Some taxi drivers are still not following the new rule. To and From the airports into ROme costs only 40 Euro. It is a new law and must be abided. An information desk gave us a brochere that he told us to show the taxi driver were to swindle us for money which thankfully never happened. So just be sure you know that.

Also, at the airport there is a really great car service we used that picked us up at 330 in the morning and was great. It was 35 Euro during the day.

Al 34

by sue_stone about Ristorante 34

Starving after a full morning of walking and site seeing, we stumbled upon Ristorante 34 and happily pulled up a seat on the street for some refreshments.

We soon found out that we weren't sitting in the best place - the cars driving down this narrow street were passing close enough for us to touch, and we were in the prime position for the elderly beggar/singer lady who kept stopping to serenade us.

Besides all that we had a relaxing lunch, and did a bit of people watching too. I had a seafood risotto that wasn't that nice - it was ok, but nothing special. A glass or two of wine helped to wash it down ; ))

The Trevi Fountain

by slabeaume

Fontana di Treve, or Trevi Fountain as we American's call it, is thought to get its name from the three streets (tre vie) that come together at this rather small piazza. Although the present fountain wasn't finished until 1732-1751, it was started some hundred years earlier. It's source is still the Aqua Vergine aqueduct, although for the past 40 or so years it has been chemically treated and partially recirculated by a system of electric pumps. The fountain was cleaned and restored for the first time from 1989-91, but needed it again by 1999. The Large archway representing the palace of Neptune. Neptune is in the statue in the chariot drawn by sea horses. Other white marble statues also adorn the beautiful fountain.
We took the metro to the Spagna station, checked out the Spanish Steps, then walked the couple blocks to the Trevi Fountain. There are plenty of signs around the central part of the city to steer you in the right direction.

The fountain is a beautiful spot to stop and rest for awhile---or to sit and enjoy a gelati from a nearby stand. There's even a drinking fountain there for refilling your water bottle. But it's not recommended that you drink from the Trevi fountain because of all the chemicals in it. And, yes, we threw a couple coins in the fountain to make sure that we'll be coming back.


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Address: Via di Santa Prassede 25, Rome, Lazio, 00184, Italy