Villa Torlonia Hotel Rome

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Bartolomeo Eustachio 7-A, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy
Hotel Villa Torlonia
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Poor
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 35% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples64
  • Solo75
  • Business48

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Villa Torlonia

by sikorka

Villa Torlonia was built in 1806 for a banker Giovanni Torlania, but nowadays it's remember mostly as a home of Mussolini, who lived there in the 1920s.
After the IIWW the villa was abandoned and even today some its parts need to be reconstructed.

There is free guided tour organized around the house, it lasts about half an hour and it's very interesting, so just ask at the entrance.

Villa Torlonia is a bit far away from the center but it's worth your visit.
The best way to get there form the center is to take metro B and get off on Bologna stop and later walk or take bust 62.

Fake Ruins at Mussolini's residence

by icunme

Villa Torlonia - the home of Mussolini in the 1920's. As there were no ancient ruins on the property, fake ruins were constructed on the property, which were clearly inspired by Tempio di Venere e Romolo.

Casina delle Civette.

by Maurizioago

This is an odd house situated inside Villa Torlonia (it is a park); in Via Nomentana 70. Its construction began in 1840 and it was enlarged after 1900.

Inside the house you can see a lot of stained glass windows and doors.

Parks in Rome - Villa Doria Pamphilj

by sikorka

Rome has so much to offer besides magnificent monuments which are known all over the world. In case you would like to get rest from the crowd of tourists or just take a stroll and have a picnic go to one of Rome's parks. There are so many of them, easy reachable even by somebody who doesn't know the city well.
My favorite one is Villa Doria Pamphilj, the biggest park in Rome. There are lakes and many beautiful alleys to wander. It's very popular among Romans who like to jog or do other outdoors sports.
To get there take BUS nr. 31 144 791 982

Other parks in Rome:
Villa Borghese: the most famous park in Rome, easy to get there from Piazza del Popolo or Piazza di Spagna

Villa Ada: is located along Via Salaria, it's wilder than other parks

Villa Torlonia

Art Deco-Architecture

by merak

The district of Trieste/ Nomentano has some attractive buildings to visit:
The villa Torlonia parc and the Coppede district.
The first is located at 70 Via Nomentana.

Behind the corner of Regina Margherita/ Nomentana (Nomentana 48/ 49) there is a good and cheap eating place located: Basillico/ Golosita, where you will find rather big pizza cuts for 1 Euro, good calzoni for 2,50, arancini and suppli for 80 cent.
After eating there you can have an ice cream at Gelateria Mondello (Pza. Regina Margherita n. 2), one of the best in town, not expensive and working whith ingredients of biological agriculture.

On piazza Buenos Aires turn right on via Tagliamento and see the entrance to the Coppede district through a phantastic arch. Some buildings can compete in beauty and originality whith the Gaudi houses.

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Hotel within walking distance of Tiburtina Railway Station

by dautcalm

I'm looking for names of SAFE, CLEAN hotels with an ELEVATOR that are located within a 5 minute walk of TIBURTINA RAILWAY STATION. I'll be staying for a few nights in June.

Thanks in advance.

RE: Hotel within walking distance of Tiburtina Railway Station

by mccalpin

May I ask why you would want to spend several days near Tiburtina? This station - while in the city - is east of the eastern edge of the historic center by more than a kilometer.

If you are arriving or leaving from Tiburtina, that's fine, but that shouldn't be the determining factor of where you stay in Rome. Rome is small enough that using public transport or even taking a taxi should not be a problem once or twive.

If, on the other hand, you have business in the area, then, well, nevermind ;-)

Bill

RE: RE: Hotel within walking distance of Tiburtina Railway Station

by dautcalm

Hi,

On my initial arrival to Rome I am staying one night then off to Goriano Valli which is in the Tione degli Abruzzi village area for 2 weeks and then back to Rome. I thought it would make sense to stay close to the station so on the following moring I could leave from the station for my next destination. I will be returning after for an additional 3 or 4 nights and would be open to your suggestions for different areas.

Any recommendations would be appreciated.

RE: RE: Hotel within walking distance of Tiburtina Railway Station

by mccalpin

What train were you planning on taking to Tione degli Abruzzi? I looked on www.trenitalia.com and I see that there are few solutions, but the two solutions I found both start at Termini, not Tiburtina (yes, it does stop at Tiburtina a few minutes after leaving Termini). And the Termini area has umpty-bumpty hotels around it (and is inside the eastern edge of the historic city).

Bill

RE: RE: Hotel within walking distance of Tiburtina Railway Station

by texasdago

If I remember correctly, this hotel is about a block from Via Nomentana and not far at all from Tiburtina:

http://www.hotellauraroma.it/inglese/italiano.html

My aunt lives in the adjacent neighborhood so it's a nice area - I would probably arrange for a taxi, though, from the hotel. Nearby you have Villa Torlonia (not sure if it is still being restored) and some old catacombs. You'll also get a good feel from a 19th-20th c. Roman neighborhood as it is a mix of 19th century buildings and 1930s era Rationalist architecture.

This is a pricier option on Via Nomentana:

http://www.hotelvillaflorence.it/main.asp?lang=en

We've also passed this place dozens of times and it always looked interesting:

http://www.hotelvilladelparco.it/inglese.html/



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Address: Via Bartolomeo Eustachio 7-A, Rome, Lazio, 00161, Italy