Venetia Palace Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Marghera 47/A, Rome, 185, Italy
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
33%
46
Very Good
43%
60
Average
15%
21
Poor
5%
8
Terrible
2%
4

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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families80
  • Couples75
  • Solo78
  • Business79

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Hotel Virginia

by ancabelascu

I have just booked a room at hotel Virginia, is there anyone who has been there, or has a slight idea about it. The price was incredible low 160 euros, 4 nights and the reviews are great. Hope we have done a good choice.

Re: Hotel Virginia

by leics

The reviews on my preferred booking sites:

http://www.booking.com/hotel/it/hotelvirginiaroma.en.html

and

http://www.venere.com/hotels/rome/hotel-virginia/

are indeed good (these reviews are reliable, as it is not possible to post them unless you have completed a stay booked through the site).

The hotel location is very conveninent for both Termini (arrival from the airport) and for the centre of the city. It looks to me as if you have found an excellent deal! :-)

I stayed very nearby last time I was in Rome. See my Rome pages for tips on a couple of restaurants in the immediate area which offered decent food at reasonable prices.

Re: Hotel Virginia

by zuriga

The reviews on Tripadvisor.com are very mixed for this hotel. If you want a bargain, it seems fine. I would not say the reviews are 'great,' in general. Some people did not like the 'seedy' neighbourhood and could not sleep for the noise at night. Other's thought it was fine. Remember, one often gets what they pay for!

Re: Hotel Virginia

by leics

The area around Termini is like the areas around all large European stations...so yes, you will see some interesting 'characters'. 'Seedy' is in the eye of the beholder but areas around European stations are rarely scenic or pretty.

But you will be perfectly safe as long as you use normal city common sense. Any 'danger' is of pickpocketing and petty opportunistic theft rather than anything else. I always stay near Termini, as a solo middle-aged female, and have had no problems.

But ear-plugs are always a good idea when visiting Rome, wherever your hotel is. Lots of street noise. Rome stays up very late! :-)

Re: Hotel Virginia

by ancabelascu

Thank you all.
We are not intending to spend our time in the hotel, just to have a place to put our head down on a pillow and to take a decent shower, in rest it is about discovering Rome as cheap as possible.

Re: Hotel Virginia

by ancabelascu

thank you for your encouragements, i can hardly wait to go there!

Travel Tips for Rome

Pines and poppies

by TheWanderingCamel

The pines are always there, the poppies come in June.

The Colosseum, the dome of St Peters, the rounded tops of the umbrella pine - all instantly recognisable and all identified inextricably with the skyline of Rome. With no really tall buildings to obscure them, the pines stand out along the crests of the hills as they have done for centuries. They line streets and avenues, Ostia Antica is shaded by them. Horace makes mention of them, Old Masters painted them, Respighi composed a symphonic poem to them. I love them.

The pines are always there, the poppies are much more ephemeral. Bright splashes of red, they stand out brilliantly against the grass that coveres the Palatine Hill, the quiet spaces of Ostia Antica and fragments of ancient marble that litter the Forum. No landscape gardener could have placed them more artfully - I love them too.

The locals

by fairy_dust

The local Italians are usually very friendly. I noticed that whenever I carried my Canada flag, they were even nicer to me because they love Canadians! My group stayed at a tourist village outside of Rome, and since the locals who stayed there too knew that we were groups of World Youth Day pilgrims, they were very friendly to us. The culture is very warm, and they're very affectionate towards family and friends, and even people they've just met.

Villa Adriana, a 30 minute...

by mannymiami

Villa Adriana, a 30 minute drive west of Rome is a great park where at one time back when the Roman Empire period, was a villa exclusively for the Roman governors of that time. Very beautiful and worth a drive to see,also very close by is the town of Tivoli which is a great town to visit.

ROME AIRPORTS

by mariocibelli

There is a central website for both of Rome's airports:

WWW.ADR.IT

Great info on transport to/from airport as well as lists all flight arrivals and departures and airlines using those airports.

Any one that serves ***...

by gema

Any one that serves *** frullati ***
You are standing infront of these let´s say 'bars' and order different fruits you want in your milk. It´s easy also for those who can´t speak well italian, cause u can just point at them. And that frullati is mixed differents fruits with cold milk. Some say, ok milk shake, but it´s better. :-))

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 Venetia Palace Hotel

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Address: Via Marghera 47/A, Rome, 185, Italy