Laurence Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Via Pietro Baragiola 18-24, Rome, Lazio, 00133, Italy
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Costs 52% less but rated 21% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families33
  • Couples16
  • Solo100
  • Business44

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All Seasons Garden Hotel

by dansc0tt

I have exhausted Google for this - does anybody have an email address or direct website url for this hotel. It seems to be on EVERY booking website, but I'd like to speak to the hotel directly.

Thanks,

Dan

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by Manara

Here is the full address, with email address, phone and fax numbers:

All Seasons Garden & Leisure
Via Castel Di Leva, 108
00134 Castel di Leva, Rome, Italia
Tel: + 39 06 5059 5147
Fax: +39 06 5220 6502
Email: allseasons@hts-hotels.com

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by puerto_lover

It appears to be in the HTS HOTELS group of hotels so best to look at this :

http://www.hts-hotels.com/eng/index-eng.asp

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by mccalpin

You know that this hotel is way the heck out of town, don't you? The hotels.com website says "This hotel is situated in the EUR neighborhood of Rome", but this just ain't true, as it is several miles away. It's outside the ringroad, and, as an Italian reviewer said,
"Eccellente, ma solo per chi è in auto." (Excellent, but only for someone with a car)
and
"Hotel eccellente, riservato e molto ben tenuto. Unico problema è che è di difficile accesso per chi non possiede un auto, essendo ubicato in piena campagna." (Excellent hotel, discreet and well maintained. The only problem is the difficulty of access for anyone without a car, being located way out in the country.)

Bill

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by mccalpin

Note that of the email address that you were given above doesn't work for whatever reason, there is a forms fill contact page at http://www.hts-hotels.com/it/hotel-all-seasons/roma-hotel-allseasons-contatti.asp

I don't know that they would respond to this any better that the email address (in fact, the forms fill page may send it to the same place ;-) ), but just in case...

Bill

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by Manara

Bill, after reading your posting I have sent an email to that address and I have not got any error message. When an address is not valid the error message is usually immediate.

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by dansc0tt

Thanks guys - appreciate the help.

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by mccalpin

Anna Maria, yes, if the email is invalid, it will often bounce back quickly...I was more concerned that they just wouldn't answer...we have seen a number of complaints here from posters who can't get in touch with hotels, etc., by email...because the hotel doesn't have anyone who checks it regularly ;-) I remember one case where the VT poster was having trouble with a hotel in Venice...it turns out that the one person at the hotel who knew how to answer email was on vacation ;-)

Bill

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by Manara

I am afraid the All Seasons is one of those where people don't check the email very freuently: no reply so far to my email.
Probably the Original poster should consider sending a fax.

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by mccalpin

I agree...hotels have been using faxes for decades while some of them still aren't accustomed to email ;-)

Bill

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by dansc0tt

I got an answer via their on site form submission system - not the quickest response, but a response none the less!

Re: All Seasons Garden Hotel

by puerto_lover

The hotel web contact form from the web site is one that I tend to use because invariably it is routed to staff that do check bookings. It is also designed so that spammers don't just send emails willy nilly but to a filtered reception inbox.

Travel Tips for Rome

Italian Ice Cream

by AlexDJ

I suppose you already know that italian ice cream is traditionally the best ice cream in the world! Well, I think that in Rome the level of the quality of ice cream production is one of the best in whole of Italy! And in this place I'm going to introduce you I've had one of the best ice cream in my life; I always stop here when I have the possibility tio taste a big cone or a cup of gorgeous ice cream. The size also is huge! For 2 euro you'll have a big cone difficult to finish! The name of this spot is "Old Bridge" and it is located near the Vatican, just around the corner with Piazza Risorgimento, on the way to Vatican Museum. Believe me, it's difficult to find something better!

Gelateria: A One-Stop Shop in Rome

by deecat

We had seen Gelaterias before in other cities that we had visited in Italy; however, we were surprised at the size of the Gelaterias in Rome.

Besides being much larger, they offered so much more variety...much more than mere Gelato.

If you click the photograph, you will be better able to see all the choices!

It reminded me of many of the huge new gasoline stations in the USA that have a market. The Gelaterias offer candy, colas, chips, nuts, crackers, cookies, bottled waters, juices, sandwiches such as hamburgers and hot dogs as well as Italian Panini.

In addition, they present a variety of pasteries to rival any bakery. Oh, I almost forgot...they also offered alcoholic drinks and espresso!

Gelato, which is what we wanted, seemed to be an afterthought even though the huge sign on top declared GELATERIA.

Needless to say, we did not purchase any Gelato here. Instead, we went to a smaller, strictly pure gelato shoppe.

I hate to admit it, but I must be a Gelato Snob!

Piazza Isidre Ruins and Fountain

by icunme

I happened upon this Rome site as I strolled in the Rome neighborhood where once lived. Nestled off Via Labicana just up the hill from the Colosseum on Via Pietro Verri (to your left walking up from the Colosseum), you will find the Piazza Isidre courtyard, steps, ruins and fountain with a detailed descriptive plaque. If you turn left from Via Labicana onto Via Pietro Verri it is right there - no walking, no searching. Many people walk up Labicana from the Colosseum to Via Merulana as two great basilicas are there - Santa Maria Maggiore at one end and San Giovanni at the other. The head and form of the statue Isidre is on display in the Capitolini Museum. There is also a charming restaurant right there at the Piazza - the Temple Isidre cafe. This Piazza was deserted on Saturday around noon, even though tourists were making their way up and down Via Labicana.
Legend of Iside - She was the spouse and sister of Osiride - they reigned in Egypt until Osiride was murdered by his brother. Iside searched for the coffin of Osiride which had been cast into the Nile. When she recovered the coffin, the culprit tore the body into 14 pieces and cast it into the sea. Iside's search of the sea recovered all the pieces of Osiride's body except one. She restored the life partially and Osiride continued to reign in the afterlife.

taxi's

by monorailgold

Hailing a cab in Rome is not like it is in New York city. Cabs have to queue at specific places. You cannot hail one from the street but must go to the cab stand in order to get one. Even if the cab is empty they are not allowed to pick you up. When you get to the cab stand, get the first one in line. Before you get in tell the cabbie where you would like to go. They will understand where you want to go because they get so much tourist business. At that point you can ask what the expected fare wil be and decide if you want to take the cab. The legal cab fares will all be the same, the "fake" cabs just make up their own fares. Make sure the cabbie actually turns on the meter when you get into the cab. (the fake ones wait until the end of the ride and try to charge you quadruple what it should be).
If you are at a hotel, the doorman can hail you a cab. If you are out and about and need a cab (and cant find a cab stand) go to the nearest large hotel. Ask the doorman to hail you a cab. You can also ask him what you should expect to pay. He can give you a ballpark figure. You can also ask him to tell the cabbie where you want to go. Don't forget to tip the doorman for this service. Usually I round up the cab fare for the cabbie as well, depending on the service.

When In Rome ... Have A Chinese As Well

by cheekymarieh about China Town

It was fun to sample a Chinese restaurant in Italy! We had actually eaten loads of Italian food ealier in the day before our trip here! It was located almost directly opposite the hotel that we were staying in and every step over to it was agony for us.

The interior was typical of many of the Chinese restaurants I have been in - be it in the UK, Austria, Poland, Cyprus or wherever. Almost eveything on the menu! There were all of the usuals on the menu like chow mein, sweet and sour, Szechuan, chop suey and satay.

Chianti appeared on the wine list too which I have to admit was the favourite part of the menu for me. I am a great fan of Chianti.

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 Laurence Hotel

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Address: Via Pietro Baragiola 18-24, Rome, Lazio, 00133, Italy