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looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by jaiphur

hallo!

looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona (or near the piazza navona) in ROME!

does anybody has sth to suggest?

something value for money??

thanks everybody on behalf !

Re: looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by mccalpin

Having lived in Rome, I am not too familiar with the hotels there, except from the street ;-)

Many people here use www.venere.com for reliable research and booking (you'll see posts about it all the time here). When you go to this website, do:
1. On the map of Europe, click on "Rome".
2. On the next page (entitled "Rome Hotels") go down a little under the heading and click on "Find Hotels on the map".
3. On the close up map of the city center (next page), see the circle of the center - on the left is an area called "Navona". Click on that area.
4. This last click will zoom in and show you the hotels that they have for booking in this area.

Note that the Navona area is small; you can easily back up and click on the area called "Pantheon", which is immediately adjacent.

I will note that all the hotels seemed a bit pricey, and I don't know what your budget is. I will also note that I am positive that there are many more properties in this area than are listed (I am surprised there are so few, actually).

Bill

Re: looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by worldinabag

Hi

Don't know when you're going or what your budget is but maybe try Hotel Navona - http://www.hotelnavona.com. There is also the Hotel Mimosa - http://www.hotelmimosa.net. And for a B&B look at Residenza Navona First - http://www.residenzanavonafirst.com. Good luck.

Re: looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by jaiphur

thank you

but have you tried these 3 hotels ?? have you heard any opinion by someone??

i want something clean, central and good price, not more than 100 euro per night and per person!

thank you all!

Re: looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by worldinabag

No sorry, I haven't but check out reviews on - www.tripadvisor.com.

Re: looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by icunme

Hi and welcome to VT. I just sent you an e-mail re an apartment owned by a friend at Via Veneto - well within your budget.

Re: looking for a nice clean hotel in piazza navona in ROME!

by bdelcimm

We stayed at TeatroPace33 Hotel in the Navona area. Great hotel and located within a few block of the piazza...The only drawback is that it doesn't have a breakfast room but they deliver a wonerful breakfast in your room....Highly recommended this place..

Travel Tips for Rome

Visit the Sistine Chapel. ...

by TerryP

Visit the Sistine Chapel. Nothing can match this experience. I was just amazed at the way the paintings seemed almost 3 dimensional. Unfortunately, no pictures were allowed so I don't have a picture to share but take my word for it and go visit this!! was being able to see the Pieta. This is one of Michelangelo's most famous marble statues. It is protected behind bullet proof glass nowdays. Hence the glare in the picture.

Weather Is Hot

by OttoMarzo

Small trolleys will fit your needs. It never snows, it rarely rains, a lot of sun, so avoid heavy clothes. Very comfortable shoes, you'll never walk as much as in Rome. It's a metropolis, you can easily find anything for good prices. Just what is necessary. Don't forget your camera, preferrably a reflex one; digitals ill give you cold images of a hot city. No videocameras, unless you're Japanese... Many public parks, many great and lovely beaches... It's up to you! My advice is a small backpack

Shopping in Rome

by sue_stone about Women's Clothing

There are plenty of streets to shop in Rome.

Alot of them, like Via Condotti (near the Spanish Steps) are way out of the average travellers price range.

In other areas, such as along Via del Corso, you will find more middle of the road style shops which are perfect for when you feel the need for some retail therapy.

Just remember that a lot of shops close for a couple of hours early afternoon.....this gives you the perfect excuse for a long lunch and a glass of wine or two! Depends on which country you are coming from - not too bad on the USD or GBP, but if you are on the AUD - ouch!!

Getting to the Eternal City

by Laura_Mexico

How did I get there?? Well, since I live in Mexico I had no other choice but to get there by plane, as most of you will have to do as well :) The Fiumicino airport is about half an hour from the town, but there are trains that take you from the airport to Termini train/metro station (near downtown Rome and with lots of bus terminals) which run every half an hour and are very efficient & comfortable, and PUNCTUAL too! That is not very usual in the Roman (or rather Italian) transportation system ;)

If you're arriving from somewhere else in Europe, you may arrive at the Ciampino airport...... this one is small but still well furnished and organized, and you can get from the airport to Termini by bus+metro (take a COTRAL bus to the Anagnina metro station and then use the metro red line: it's about 13 stations from Anagnina to Termini), or with shuttles that take you directly to Termini (by Via Marsala). Same way if you want to go to the airport from Rome.

If you travel by train you will also arrive into the Termini central train station.

The Best coffee in Rome ?

by sue_stone about Tazza d'Oro

Tazza d'Oro is known as Rome's "house of coffee", and I have read that it is supposed to have the city's best coffee.

Located just across the Piazza from the Pantheon, it is the perfect place to stop off for a quick espresso mid site-seeing. For a famous Roman institution, their coffee sure is cheap. If you have a espresso standing at the bar it is only costs 65 euro cents!

Just go and pay at the cash register first and then present your docket to the barista

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