Tritone Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

210 Via Del Tritone, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy

1 Review

Tritone Hotel
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Satisfaction Very Good
Very Good

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 38% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families75
  • Couples74
  • Solo42
  • Business47
  • Perfect location!


    The Tritone Hotel is situated on Via Del Tritone which is the centre of activity. It is walking distance to all the great sites: Via Del Corso (which leads to the Colosseum), Venice Square (Piazza Venezia), Trevi Fountain (literally a 2 minute walk), Spanish steps, Roman Forum etc. Great food and shopping in the area too!

    I would advise to not rely on the hotels internet; we paid a few Euro's for internet access but was unable to access a lot of websites due to their "security settings". But nontheless, a nice, neat hotel in a central location at a reasonable (for Rome) price.

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Forum Posts

Biblioteca Carpinea?

by halikowski

Does anybody know where the Biblioteca Carpinea is? I think it is one of the libraries in the Vatican complex.
Stefan Halikowski Smith

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by leics

It is not listed on the Vatican Library site:

I can only find one reference to it on google. Where have you seen the reference?

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by Manara

I have checked as well, but there is no Biblioteca Carpinea either among the Vatican libraries or among Rome libraries.

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by halikowski

Biblioteca Carpinea is mentioned in this document on the web:
Perhaps the Vatican has been reshuffled since this reference was made. Still, I would imagine that things hardly change there over hundreds of years.

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by leics

Yes, that was the document I saw.

I could not find the actual reference though, although I did not read through the whole transcript.

You could always email the Vatican libraries on the link I gave above. They will obviously know if they have it, even if there is no access.

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by leics

I've just found one of your books under 'related links'! :-)

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by Manara

I think the reference was actually to the personal library of Cardinal Carpineo, which is now kept in the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana.
I also noticed a spelling error: it should be "Congregatione 32", with an "n" between the "o" and the "g".

Re: Biblioteca Carpinea?

by leics

That makes sense.......well spotted! :-)

Travel Tips for Rome

Baths of Caracalla

by ally2005

Baths of Caracalla was my favourite attraction in Rome. I was amazed by the size of the remains. It was amazing to see, the height of the walls was unbelievable especially thinking about how they would have built it all those years ago with no modern machinery!

Italian for dummies

by karenincalifornia

It's well known that Italians use their hands a lot while speaking. Spend a few days in Rome, and you, too, will be speaking with your hands. Especially if you are presented with a delicious bowlful of Mediterranean mussels.

The Castle of Giulio II in Ostia Antica

by janchan

The castle of Giulio II (XV century), inside its medieval borgo, is a very interesting and nice place to visit, before walking through the ruins of Ostia Antica.
You can get there by Metro (line B) from the stops PIRAMIDE or S.PAOLO.



Taxis are very expensive in Rome, considering the short distance they travel. They're much more expensive than in Madrid or Paris, so beware of them. Sometimes it's best to walk if you're in a budget. Also, being Rome such a narrow-street city, taxis often take a long time to reach where you want to go, because they can't go in all of the streets or because the heavy traffic the city has.

But this one's a hit

by Tijavi about Antica Trattoria Polese

Somewhere along Rome's main thoroughfare Via V. Emmanuelle, on a nondescript piazza (honestly, I forgot the name!) is this gem of a restaurant. The tables were filled with locals, hardly any tourists - a very good sign, I told myself. And I was not wrong.

My starter, sautéed clams and mussels were fresh, simple and appetizing. My mains, mixed grilled seafood was triumph in its simplicity and taste. The squid was tender and grilled to perfection, so was the prawn which was sweetish and succulent in its freshness. It would have been perfection all throughout had the swordfish been fresher - tasted like it had quite a stay in the freezer. But the real treat was the dessert amaretto mousse (semifreddo all'amaretto) ice cream - the restaurant's specialty. It was creamy, light but had texture and elegant mouth-taste.


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Address: 210 Via Del Tritone, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy