Hotel Scalinata di Spagna

Old Feb 28th, 2000, 05:08 PM
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Helen
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Hotel Scalinata di Spagna

I have heard good things about this hotel, however, I am having a hard time finding a website for it or actually any info. Could someone please help me. Thanks.
 
Old Feb 28th, 2000, 05:21 PM
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Helen
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Hi Helen, greetings from another Helen.

I was curious to see if there were any previous postings on your hotel on the Forum. There were 25 responses. I think (I hope) this will take you to the response page: http://fodors.com/forums/crossroads....ity=&active=5&

If the link doesn't work, I guess you'll have to do the archive search your self. Make sure you have a crossword or book handy - even with my office's fast connection, those searches take a while! Good luck. I think you will find what you need here.
 
Old Feb 28th, 2000, 05:26 PM
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A lovely little hotel, really a high-class pensione. Good location, lovely setting. Very pricey for a pensione. You'll find phone number at www.twenj.com/romehtlothr.htm No e-mail or website of which I know.

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Old Mar 1st, 2000, 05:02 PM
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It is pretty pricey, and always booked. If you're interested call early. The prices on the website were nowhere near what I was quoted (500,000ITL for a standard double in mid-march). I called in December and they only had 1 room available. I decided against staying there - we're staying at La Locanda di Van Gogh for 350,000 ITL.
 
Old Mar 1st, 2000, 05:43 PM
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Beth
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Hi Helen,

here's a website for you. I think you can book online from here.

http://www.venere.it/roma/scalinata/
 
Old Mar 2nd, 2000, 09:34 AM
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Helen,

As others have indicated, it is a pricey place to stay if you are under a tight budget. I stayed at this hotel for a week and it was absolutely marvalous. Just opposite the hotel there is this old church, very beautiful and a few meters ahead there is a huge park where young Italians hang out with their Mopeds!!! As the name indicates, the famous Spanish steps are adjacent to the hotel (also a lot of old and young people hang out at sunrise and sunset). There are a number of classy boutiques and shops with fine Italian clothes. In a way, it is a relatively in expensive place if you consider the proximity to the famous fountain, the forum, train station, park, and St. Peters!!! So think about it but you'll do better at a reasonably cheaper place.

Adrian,
Silver Spring, MD
 

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