Jonico Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Silicella 41, Rome, Lazio, 00169, Italy
Jonico Hotel
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Costs 58% less but rated 51% lower than other 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families35
  • Couples54
  • Solo25
  • Business30

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Forum Posts

Better Choice of Hotels

by atifjan

Amongst the following, which hotels are better in terms of
a. cost
b. safe area wise
c. closer to attractions (shops/clubs/bars)

1. Cressy – Via Volturno
2. Pisana Palace – Via della Pisana
3. Motel Salaria – Via Salaria
4. Palacavicci – Via di Ciampino
5. Amico – Piazzale Prenestino
6. Jonico – Via Sillicella
7. Zone – Via A. Fusco
8. Cassia – Via Cassia

RE: Better Choice of Hotels

by AlbertusMagnus

I recommend the Santa Chiara, right behind the Pantheon. From there you see the pantheon, can walk to Trevi Fountain, the Colleseo, Piazza Navona, Spanish Steps and can get a $10.00 cab drive to St. Petersburg.

Travel Tips for Rome


by GroovyDoc

The locals wind down from about 1:30 pm until 6:30 pm. Most shops, museums, churches, and especially restaurants are closed during those hours. Be sure to check hours of operation for the sites you want to see. Also, be sure to eat lunch before the shops close. Then use the 3pm-6pm hours to get gelato or re-group at the hotel!

The smallest Marian Sanctuary in the City

by abarbieri

Madonna dell'Archetto(Chapel) - Our Lady of the small Arch
Via di San Marcello, corner Via dell'Archetto
(Trevi Fountain area)

Openings times:
Mon-Sat. 6pm-8pm recital of the rosary
Sunday mass at 7pm

Metro in general

by thirstytraveller

Let's begin with technical side. Unlike most metro systems, the one in Rome is actually a standard gauge urban railway gaining power from overhead 1.5 kV direct current power line.
There are two relatively fast lines travelling up to 80 kph. On line A there are new air-conditioned trains, on line B old trains totally covered with graffiti are still running. Lines cross at stazione Termini. Trains are running quite chaotically, sometimes the next train is coming in one minute, sometimes in five. Trains aren't ususally very overcrowded, of course there are more people using the metro at peak hours.

Jerusalem Artichoke Specialty

by MM212 about Ristorante Piperno

Hidden in a tiny piazza in Rome near the river in the old Jewish Ghetto, Piperno is one of the city's culinary gems. It is considered one of the best restaurants in Rome offering traditional Roman and Roman Jewish cuisine. Remember to dress smartly. Piperno's signature dishes include carciofi alla giudia (fried Jerusalem artichokes) and fiori di zucca (zucchini flowers).... And try the sweetbreads too!

Chiesa di Santa Maria Sopre Minerva

by Sk8Mo1

Somewhat off the beaten path (less than five minutes south of the Pantheon), this Church is charming and simple compared to Rome's opulent landmarks like St. Peter's. However this church has a unique ambiance that is exemplified through its hidden treasures. One of Michelangelo's sculptures, Christ Bearing the Cross, adorns the left side of the alter. St. Catherine of Siena is buried here as well as Renaissance painter, Fra Angelico. Other works are Antoniazzo Romano's Annunciation and the chapel on the south end of the church houses frescos by Renaissance painter Filippino Lippi. Since this is so close to one of Rome's "Must-Sees", the Pantheon, taking the extra 20 minutes to wander around this church is well worth it.


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Address: Via Silicella 41, Rome, Lazio, 00169, Italy