Pyramid Hotel Rome

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via dei Magazzini Generali 4, Rome, Lazio, 00154, Italy
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Satisfaction Average
Excellent
3%
3
Very Good
27%
27
Average
40%
40
Poor
20%
20
Terrible
10%
10

Value Score Great Value!

Costs 27% less than similarly rated 2 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families63
  • Couples42
  • Solo16
  • Business10

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website:laterooms.com

by sbmmava

Hi everyone,

I am trying to book a hotel in rome through laterooms.com , is it a legitamate website? since there is no phone number to call in US. It looks like it UK based. Has anyone had any good or bad experieance booking through this site?
Thanks everyone in advance for your reply.

Re: website:laterooms.com

by sbmmava

Thank you for your quick response.

Re: website:laterooms.com

by leics

Agree..absolutely legitimate.

Haven't used them much personally, as their single rooms offers are rarely what I want and, to be honest, I haven't found their late offers to be what I want either (they are at their best when you are literally booking a few days in advance).

I suggest you also look at www.venere.com It lists almost all Italian hotels, is reliable with honest guest reviews and good mapping. It is my site of choice when looking for hotels in Italy, and elsewhere in Europe, along with www.booking.com which is also reliable with honest guest reviews.

Re: website:laterooms.com

by hawkhead

Yes, legitimate and reliable. Used them twice and absolutely no trouble at all. Never even considered I might need to call them and never had any need to. All done online.

Travel Tips for Rome

Free admission during culture week

by Willettsworld

When I was in Italy, many places I visited were free because of what the Italian's call "Settimana della Cultura" or Culture Week. This happens during a week every May (this year, 2005, it fell between the 16th and 22nd). Because of this I was lucky enough to enter the colosseum, National Roman Museum and some other museums (except for the Vatican Museum) for free. You might want to plan your trip during this week in order to save money.

http://www.beniculturali.it/settimanacultura/index.html

Demonstrations!

by Lacristina

Italians love to talk politics and they love to demonstrate in support of their beliefs. Thousands, hundreds of thousands, even a million people show up almost weekly for these demonstrations in Rome. It really was quite thrilling to be in the middle of a million people parading for peace in the middle of ancient Rome, next to the Forum and Colliseum!

Demonstrations usually take place on Saturday. Certain streets and even churches or other buildings might be closed, if they are near the gathering points. For example, the field in front of San Giovanni in Laterano is often used, and when it is, the Church is usually closed.

The demonstrations are usually colorful, music filled, and completely peaceful. This photo is of the communists and pensioners who were demonstrating against changes in government pensions in December 2003.

Fosse Ardeatine

by janchan

This is a sad place to visit... but it can help to remember the horror of the war.

Here on March 24th, 1944, 320 people (civils) were executed as retaliation to a partisan attack against the german headquarter in Via Rasella, where 32 german soldiers were killed.

It is located on Via Ardeatina at walking distance from the entrance of the Catacombe di San Callisto.

ADR-Fiumicino to the city centre

by sinoda

Travelling from Fiumicino airport to the city centre is easiest by train.

You have two choices either take the Leonardo Express to stazione Termini or the Metropolitan FM1.

I personally use FM1 (5e single fare) to Trastevere. The stations Ostiense and Tiburtina are connected to the subway line B. So if you want to avoid the stazione Termini hustle use this option.

Roman Trattoria on Lungotevere

by MM212 about Trattoria Lilli

Excellent Roman dishes in a simple setting. The trattoria is hidden in a dead ended street below the Lungotevere and is more popular with locals than tourists. Makes an excellent lunch stop after a morning at the Vatican.

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Address: Via dei Magazzini Generali 4, Rome, Lazio, 00154, Italy