Hotel in Rome

Nov 30th, 1999, 07:06 PM
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Betsy
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Hotel in Rome

Can anyone suggest a nice hotel in a good location for seeing sights and eating in Trattorias in Rome, hopefully for less than $200 a night. Thanks, Betsy
 
Dec 1st, 1999, 05:58 AM
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Try the Santa Chiara. Find their website through www.venere.it/roma. It lists double rooms from 300,000 to 395,000 lire which should be around $175-225. We stayed there last year, like the hotel very much and loved the location. We were able to walk to the Colosseum, Forum, Vatican, etc. It's only a block away from the Pantheon and a few blocks from the Piazza Navona.
 
Dec 1st, 1999, 07:04 AM
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Betsy,
I'll again recommend the Hotel delle Regioni, just off Via del Tritone at Via Zucchelli. We paid 270000 for a very quiet triple room w/ bath & AC last June. Great location. Phone 06 483675 or 06 4745858; fax 06 4883300. Have you searched the site for other posts re: Rome hotels? There are several. Buon viaggio, Pam
 
Dec 1st, 1999, 01:15 PM
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richard j vicek
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Good afternoon, Betsy
My vote would be fore the HOTEL INTERNAZIONALE, via Sistina, 79 it is a three star hotel with 37 rooms located
a less than a half block south of the
top of the Spanish Steps, Trinita di
Monte. Street side rooms can be noisy,
rear much quieter.
Ristorantes
LA CAPRICCOSIA, Largo dei Lombardi, 8
$$$ reservations not required, just off
the Corso behind the Mausoleo di Agusto.
Have used this rist. since 1971, very
good and reasonable food, pizza dinner
hours only.
RIST NINO, via Borgognona, 11 $$$ res-
ervations a must...located just south
of the Spanish Steps past the Amerx
Offices, excellant roman food.
BAR CIAMPINI, Pza Navona,94, a very
good place for lunch pizzas $$$
resvn not required.
Have a Good trip Richard of Hickoryu
Hills, Il...
 
Dec 1st, 1999, 01:16 PM
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richard j vicek
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Good afternoon, Betsy
My vote would be fore the HOTEL INTERNAZIONALE, via Sistina, 79 it is a three star hotel with 37 rooms located
a less than a half block south of the
top of the Spanish Steps, Trinita di
Monte. Street side rooms can be noisy,
rear much quieter.
Ristorantes
LA CAPRICCOSIA, Largo dei Lombardi, 8
$$$ reservations not required, just off
the Corso behind the Mausoleo di Agusto.
Have used this rist. since 1971, very
good and reasonable food, pizza dinner
hours only.
RIST NINO, via Borgognona, 11 $$$ res-
ervations a must...located just south
of the Spanish Steps past the Amerx
Offices, excellant roman food.
BAR CIAMPINI, Pza Navona,94, a very
good place for lunch pizzas $$$
resvn not required.
Have a Good trip Richard of Hickoryu
Hills, Il...
 
Dec 1st, 1999, 04:54 PM
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Betsy
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Thank you all! If you have any more ideas, please pass them along. At this point the Internazionale is sounding good at a quote of $166 for two.
Betsy
 
Dec 1st, 1999, 05:56 PM
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Patrick
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Just beware of Internazionale, and if you don't like the room ask for another. When we checked in two years ago, we were so appalled at the room, we dropped our luggage and spent the next four hours going door to door of every hotel we could find, looking for an alternative. When nothing was available, we went back to the Internazionale and told them how upset we were at our threadbare, dirty, rusty (yes, rusty)room, that they had told us was one of their finest. After much arguing, they moved us to another room, that was hard to believe was in the same hotel. It was at the ground floor, dark as pitch (facing a solid wall about three feet away from its only window) but at least was clean and resonably newly decorated. Last summer I noticed that the threadbare lobby carpet had been replaced and the peeling, dirty lobby walls had been repainted, so maybe the hotel is better than it was.
 

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