Prime Hotel Saint John

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Matteo Boiardo 30, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy
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Satisfaction Average
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 11% lower than similarly priced 4 star hotels

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  • Families56
  • Couples68
  • Solo80
  • Business54

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Hotel Saint John

by mateja2501

anyone beent to Saint John hotel, how is it?

Re: Hotel Saint John

by mateja2501

it is in Rome, near Termini

Re: Hotel Saint John

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Loads of guest reviews here:

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Travel Tips for Rome

Friendly Italian

by jinwenwang

Italian is generally very friendly, especially guys...:-)) They are very direct, passionate, expressive in the italian way. Don't take seriously if he asked you to marry him since they sometimes overstate :-))

Parco degli Acquedotti

by abarbieri

Rome had eleven major aqueducts, built between 312 B.C. (AquaAppia) and 226 A.D. (Aqua Alexandrina); the longest was 59 miles. Here you can see the remainings of some of them.
It has been calculated that in imperial times, when the city had more than one million population , the distribution system could provide over one cubic meter of water per day for each inhabitant: more than we are accustomed to use nowadays.
The park is located in the south-east of Rome about 30 minutes car/taxi ride from the city center (in normal traffic conditions).
Best time to go there is in the afternoon during the week or on a week-end when you will also meet many locals.
I suggest to enter the park from Via Lemonia near the Church of St. Policarpo. Nearest metro station would be Giuglio Agricola stop on the A line.

Train from Rome to Cruise Port in Civitavecchia

by ringleader

We just returned from a cruise that started in Civitavecchia, and it is a short (about five minute) walk to the port area from the train station. Just inside the gates to the port area is where you'll find the tourist information booth (next to the old stone fortress), and this is where you pick up the free shuttle busses to the docks.

The port is a MASSIVE area, so you can't walk it to your ship. You'll need to wait at the tourist info booth and watch for the shuttle bus that has the sign for your ship (ie. Noordam, etc.)in the front window. Double check with the info booth if it is open.

When we were there the busses ran about every 20 minutes or so, it seemed.

You'll have lots of company there while you wait.

Also, for anyone who needs to park, the FREE parking lot is just outside the gate there to the port. Park car, walk through gate, wait for shuttle...

It's a confusing port to drive and to find your way. Signs are no help, and we saw many, many people just like us lost and asking questions all over the port area. There is a map of the port area available online somewhere, which we saw. Some kind soul took pity on the multitudes that embark there. It was helpful, but we still ended up asking a lot of questions...

Have a great trip. Our cruise was wonderful!

You could do much better

by fdrich29 about Cafe Vaticano

This is the infamous restaurant directly across the street from the Vatican Museums entrance. I'm not against a la carte style, eat and run places, but the food here was very bland, had been sitting under the glass for some time, and was simply microwaved right in front of you before served. Now if it had been inexpensive fare, fine, you get what you pay for, but it was not inexpensive by any means. I did hear the pizza was a better choice after the fact but it was too late. If you're coming out of the Museums into the hot Italian sun then by all means run in here and grab some water, but otherwise avoid at all costs. There are a handful of cabs in front of the restaurant that can bring you to much better restaurants where you'll probably pay less than you would here.

Party at sundown!

by kekky

Campo dei fiori is a popular plaza with the locals. It is an old plaza with vendors that sell flowers by day, and at night it turns into the center of Roman night life for the youth. Here and near CAMPO, you will find many pubs, discos, clubs, and people hanging out in the street, just waiting to meet new people, and have fun...highly recommended!


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 Prime Hotel Saint John

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Address: Via Matteo Boiardo 30, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy