Roma Point Hotel

Via Flaminia 988, Rome, 00189, Italy
Roma Point Hotel
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Good For Solo
  • Families80
  • Couples80
  • Solo100
  • Business77

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Forum Posts


by me30yo

Hello travelers of the world...

First went to Rome last year and planning to go there again for the 3rd time this November.

Last time i was there we hired a taxi that came and picked us up from our house and got us straight to the airport door.

The bad thing is that i didnt save the telephone numbe of that company that provides such service and i was wondering if anybody has any information about such services.

Thanks a lot in advance and....keep traveling!


by dl3424

The website above will give you some choices.


by mccalpin

I don't know if you are staying in a hotel or apartment, but the employees of either will certainly call and reserve a taxi to pick you up wherever you want at whatever hour and take you straight to the airport.

However, if you were thinking of a limo or shuttle, a number of people here have used with success (I haven't but I trust the people who have)...



by monorailgold


I use and love them. You can also try I haven't used them but they also get very good reviews.



by babbi_it

Some radio taxy numbers are 5551, 3570, 6645


by jessicabrawn


I can recommend you this website : Maybe you will find something interesting.

I booked an airport transfer on this website last month and i was satisfied, prices are reasonable...

Travel Tips for Rome


by tompt

The italian way of driving is world famous. The italian temperament too...

When you combine italian temperament with drivingthere is bound to be a lot of noise. Honking the horn is very normal and we suspect italians cardrivers try their horn first, because without it it is impossible to drive :-)

You honk your horn when people in front of you are not moving, even if they are stopping to give priority. And you honk in every situation you want them to know you are there... if you are approaching a road that has priority, but not a very good view, it is a custom to honk and hope for the best. We witnessned this when we were seeking shelter for heavy rain. The intersection was not very busy, but everybody who came from the road without priority honked and drove on. It didnĀ“t go wrong once, but it was close several times....

This honking goes on day and night, and it is advisable to close the window of your hotelroom when you want to have a quiet night.

Ostia Antica

by feline01

Ostia Antica. Located about 20 miles from Rome and easily reachable by metro, this is a site of amazingly preserved Roman town. Founded in the 4th century BC, this city once had over 100,000 residents. The ruins are spread over 10,000 acres. And amazingly, this site didn't have many tourists when I visited. In August!!

To reach there from Rome: Metro B from Termini Station in the direction of L'Eur Fermi. Exit at Magliani and get on train heading for Lido. Exit at Ostia Antica.

THE way to get around in Rome

by guell

We took the Metro everywhere. It was so easy and convenient. We bought our tickets at the nearest tobacco shops, usually located near most of the entrances, and then hopped on the next train. Sometimes we had to transfer trains, but a network of pedestrian tunnels would get us to the connecting line with ease.

Good food, rude service

by mpileggi about Tre Pupazzi

I enjoyed dining outside under the umbrellas with friends Deb and Robert. We had just finished touring the Scavi excavations and wanted lunch before our tour of the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel. The server was somewhat rude, but we just ignored him and enjoyed our meal. Maybe it was because we were his first customers and he wasn't quite awake. Who knows. In any case, the food was very good! I had a delicious pasta putanesca (9 Euros) and bottled water (1 Euro). Deb had pizza while Robert had minestrone soup and prosciutto with melon.


by kentishgirl

The collesseum is an amazing building, I loved it here and its a huge suprise when you arrive at how big it actually is!

Work was started here in 72AD and took 8 years to build, 70,000 slaves carried the stones all the way from Tivoli to Rome to build it!


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