Katty Hotel

35 Via Palestro, Rome, 00185, Italy
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Forum Posts

Urgent Accomodation Question

by mickybleck

Hello All,

my sister is looking for accomodation as cheap as possible in Rome for 3 people. They want to leave next week. They are poor students and cannot afford more than 20 Euros per person per night.

Thanks in advance for your answers!

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by craic

well that will be dorm beds - and i think it might be tough to find a dorm bed for 20 euro. I paid 23 euro for a dorm bed back in 2004.

But I will have a quick look for you. Maybe the convents are cheaper - but then they always have a curfew.

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by craic

http://www.hostelrome.com/cheap-hotels-in-rome.html

ok here is one link for the hotel des artistes - dorm beds range from 23 euro to 19 depending on whether it is high or low season

i haven't stayed at this place but it has a good reputation and is in a handy location

(have to be under 35 to stay here in a dorm but it seems as if they are)

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by craic

http://www.popinnhostel.com/rates.php

here is another one - the Pop Inn which people I know have stayed in and liked

good location near termini - they have triple rooms for 45euro a night

that might be your answer

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by craic

suddenly had second thoughts - unless pop inn mean 45 euro per person for a triple room (share bathroom)

no surely not!

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by leics

They should also look at www.hostelworld.com (for Barcelona too).

There are dorm beds from 10e per night for next week (though that one is 20 minutes or so outside the city).

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by mickybleck

Wow, that was quick!
Thanks a lot!

Re: Urgent Accomodation Question

by craic

seems they will be able to find something within their budget

Travel Tips for Rome

Photographer's paradise

by Jenniflower

With the advent of digital photography and so many thousands of amateur photographers out there, there must be hundreds of thousands of photos of Rome floating around!

In Rome, everything is photo-worthy.

From the cobbles you are walking on, to the old sign post on the side of the spindly road, to the peeling ochre coloured wall of the facade of an ancient building.

It is information overload.

We took an average of 200 photos per day.

Thank goodness we had enough memory cards! haha For most people, coming to Rome is a once-in-a-lifetime experience, so one needs to make sure you are well equipped for the trip in this area.

Case Romane

by leics

Interesting place this. Basically, it's a series of Roman rooms, many with frescoes, discovered underneath the church of San Giovanni e Paulo, tucked away in a remarkably quiet area near the Colosseum.

The 5th century church stands over a complex of several Roman houses which was discovered by an excavating priest in 1887. The site is said to include where the martyrs Giovanni and Paulo lived (hence the dedication of the church). Executed in the reign of Julian the Apostate, they were supposedly buried in their own house so there are various (later) altars and shrines to them within.

In the third century the houses were combined into one larger dwelling, and the whole complex is a good example of how buildings changed and adapted over the whole Roman period.

The wall frescoes are, to be honest, somewhat primitive in execution but nevertheless worth seeing, particularly if one has seen more adept frescoes elsewhere. They show more clearly what 'ordinary' well-off romans had in their houses, rather than the beautiful and laborate decorations of the super-wealthy one sees in museums and palaces.

Worth seeking out this place, I think. The little museum within is particularly well set-out.

Open every day except Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 - 1 and from 3 - 6. Admission 6 euros. Guided tours available at weekends (need booking).

The entrance is on Clivio de Scauro. Walk down Via di S. Gregorio from the Colosseum: Clivio di Scauro is on the left (with your back to the Colosseum), off the Viale del Parco del Cielo.

Victorio Emanuel

by mannymiami

Victorio Emanuel
Rome is a beautiful city at night where the whole city is lit up and the streets are full of people and traffic. A great place to walk around and site see and sit at a cafe and have dinner or some wine.

Best veal in the world

by cherish about Marcellos

It is on a lovely street where one can eat outside in good weather. It is frequesnted by locals and it is best to come early or get a reservation. It isn't a stuffy formal kind of place- very homey an cozy. We would spend hours here- they would feed antipasti mista from giant bowls (that i realized later were sent from table to table-family style) Delicious ! The veal is so tender it is to die for. Veal- don't know what its called but they know. Its their most popular dish

amazed...

by nikka83

when i walked towards the pantheon... i wasnt thinking much, just wanted to see what everyone made a fuss about!
but i gotta tell u from the first glimpse that i got when i spotted the pantheon oh my god! its amazing!!!

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Address: 35 Via Palestro, Rome, 00185, Italy