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Nina Jul 21st, 2000 03:17 PM

Hotel Sicilia in Rome
 
Any comments? - noise level, cleanliness, air conditioning, staff, etc... <BR> <BR>thanks!

richard j vicek Jul 22nd, 2000 10:24 AM

Good afternoon, Nina Have not stayed at the SICILIA, however know of its <BR>location. It is a three star hotel and <BR>room service contains, television, telephone and air conditioning. The <BR>via Sicilia runs east for about three <BR>blocks from the middle of the Via Veneto <BR>there are plenty of ristorantes and shops around this area.. Would assume <BR>that the via Sicilia would not be a <BR>heavily traveled street and more quite. <BR>Ricahrd of La Grange Park, Il..

Nina Jul 23rd, 2000 02:23 AM

Grazie, Richard!

Mike Aug 18th, 2000 08:33 AM

I have stayed. My family like it, but I am less keen on Rome in general than they are. Room was quiet, clean, comfortable, but quite basic and a little dark and small. I have been happy there, though, and I've stayed more than once. It's reasonable. The hotels I have LOVED have always cost quite a bit more! (Harrods taste and Woolworths money, that's me) It is about one hundred yards from the best cafe on the Via Veneto, and there is a ludicrously extravagant restaurant in the basement. A good (expensive) shoe shop round the corner too. I have stayed in another place in Rome which was MUCH worse (instantly forgotten!) The Spanish Steps would be my choice of areas, but I would stay at the Sicilia again (in another town, perhaps). <BR> <BR>If that is any help at all, well ...

richardab Aug 18th, 2000 01:06 PM

I never heard of the Sicilia but I like the Hotel Due Torri! <BR> <BR>You can see it on my websight, plus a lot of other info. The sight isn't completely finished but the Rome section is. <BR> <BR>http://home.earthlink.net/~richardab/ <BR> <BR>Follow the path; <BR> <BR>Enter&gt;Fly&gt;Europe&gt;Rome


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