Residenza Dei Quiriti

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

Via Germanico 198, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy
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Welrome hotel and length of stay

by chrissie97


I am going to Rome in October and was looking at different hotels. By looking at Tripadvisor I found that Welrome Hotel sounds quite good but their homepage does not seem to exist or it is having problems. Does anyone know if it still exist? We are not quite sure how long to stay there, I was looking into either arriving early on a saturday and leaving again late monday or leaving tuesday at some time... how much time should I allow to see the most interesting sites (Colluseum, Vatican, the Spanish Steps etc.)? I am pondering staying not too far from the Termini station, possibly at the Domus Praetoria.



Re: Welrome hotel and length of stay

by leics

You should allow as much time as you possibly can.......Rome is simply stuffed with things to see.

If you want to maximise your time, it would be a good idea (even in October) to pre-book tickets for places which usually have long queues (even in October). You can use agencies, but the official sites are:

for the Colosseum/Forum/Palatine (you can just see the Forum and Colosseum from the roadside if you prefer, but you will miss a lot) and

for the Vatican museums. Allow at least a couple of hours for this, if you choose to go. You don't need tiockets to go into St Peter's Basilica, but queues for security may be long...late afternoon is the best time to avoid them.

I always stay in the Termini area, because it is just so convenient for arriving/departing Rome and for exploring the city (the Colosseum is about 20 minutes on foot). Rome has an excellent public transport system (bus,tram, Metro) but is best seen on's very walkable, and the historical centre is quite compact. Hence my advice to allow as long as you can, just to wander the streets and explore.

Last time I stayed at (booked via, which is a reliable site used by many VT-ers)...a couple of minutes walk from Termini station and a very pleasant place indeed. I suggest you have a look at for Rome hotels. Its guest reviews aare honest, and you can check reviews on Tripadvisor as well of course. The Welrome page does seem to have 'died'....perhaps you can book it through Venere?

Re: Welrome hotel and length of stay

by mccalpin

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This is for Milan and has nothing to do with Rome, which was the original question...


Good Hotel & Safe Neighborhood

by olbs20746

I try to avoid staying that close to the Termini. We usually stay at the Hotel Giardino. It is a short walk to all attractions & close to the Presidential Palace...lots of Police Presence. The hotel is a great price, clean & the manager is a Brit who is extremely helpful.
Check out the website:

Re: Welrome hotel and length of stay

by chrissie97

Thanks for your replies.

I don't mind staying near the Termini Station as people I know who have been to Rome say it's an ok area to stay in. I have narrowed the accomodation down to either Welrome (their homepage is working again, so just need a quote) or Suite Dreams. I will definitely look into some of the things that you have posted when I plan things. But once again thanks for all your replies


Re: Welrome hotel and length of stay

by dory77

Suite Dreams is a fabulous hotel, and I highly recommend it! They've treated my guests well, and the owners are genuinely nice, very dedicated people. Aside from that, the location is fabulous, the rooms are pretty and clean, and the staff really go out of their way for clients without batting an eye. Great choice :)

Travel Tips for Rome

Podcast Walking Tours/Language Lessons

by newsphotogirl

I'm a late bloomer when it comes to technology. I won my iPod at a company Christmas party and it was two years before I actually started using it. I was browsing the online music store hoping to buy and download some Italian language lessons when I came across some free podcasts. There was everything from language lessons to walking tours. I downloaded three (free) walking tours from National Geographic I think. One was for the Pantheon, the other was for the Colisseum and the last was for Venice. They also have them for other cities. It was a great supplement to my travel book.

Packing List


To discover Rome The best way, you should go on foot. A good detailed map of Rome.
( We planned in advance what we really wanted to see and this helped us a lot as we were only there for 3 days )

Specialita da tutto il mundo!

by belgianchocolate about Castroni!

This is one of those rare shops you walk by
and immediately want to enter. At least I do.

They say they got specialities from all over
the world. But I got carried away by the intence
smell of fresh roasted coffee beans. Wow!
Next thing asking for attention was the
counter filled with chocolates. Italian chocolates.
If you buy those they pack them for you in
a coffee pack. (price , I forgot , chocolates are
never too expensive for me. ;-))

There is just too much to try...
You will have to take a look for yourself.
In the back was a wine bar - and a place to eat
very informal. Crowded and these were
not tourists. A good sign? I guess. Maybe you can check on their website first , to
get some inspiration and calculate how
much place left you got in your luggage.

They also got more then one shop in Rome.

Great seafood buffet!

by deebum25 about Trattoria Al Boschetto

This was recommended to us from the front desk at our hotel and it was well worth it. I had a choice from a seafood buffet where I experienced everything from stuffed mussels to marinated vegetables and turbot for dinner which I had never had before and loved with spinach with chilis which was excellent and I make it that way now. My husband had the osso bucco which he said could have cooked a little bit longer but that the flavor was very good. A very enjoyable meal but like most trattorias if helps immensely if you speak the language! Spinach with chilis. Excellent

If you love pasta-go here!

by Turska about Spaghetteria L´Archetto

I had a Michelin guide-book,witch I was reading one day,when we were resting at our flat.It told about pasta-restaurant,were pastas are big and tasty,and there are tens of different sauces.We love pasta,and were surpriced to find out,that this was about 200m from our flat!We went there around 20 o´clock(8 p.m. to Americans) and got a table.After half an hour,there was 14 people waiting for a table.And no wonder!They had very good pastas-lots of different and they were big enough to eat as maincourse.Even though Italians are told to not eat pasta as maincourse,there was also local people eating in many tables.Maybe times change!We had again housewine(white),and it was good again,as allways in Italy. At the other night I had sahetti with cheese-sauce and ham and peas,at another night I had(again..) aglio e olio.My husband had some spicy hot meat-sauce at another night,and pesto another.Wine was good,as I told,and even if we were in Italy-I had best Creme catalana outside Barcelona!It was SOOO good also.And my husband had some tart,and liked it also.
When we came another time,the owner said"Thanks for coming back!"Even if they had all trophys inside,he was still noticing us.We had gone many times,if we had found it earlier.


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Address: Via Germanico 198, Rome, Lazio, 00192, Italy