Rome, Italy

Old Jan 6th, 2011, 08:09 AM
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Rome, Italy

Has anyone stayed at the Hotel River Palace in Rome, Italy. Do you receommend it?
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Old Jan 6th, 2011, 08:16 AM
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Unfortunately no, but i can reccomend you to rent an apartment. there are a lot of high quality standards at cheape price than hotel. You can try through this ones:
http://www.homesinrome.com
http://www.rentinitaly.com
http://www.apartments-rome.com

i stood with http://www.homesinrome.com and the apartment and service are good!!
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Old Jan 6th, 2011, 08:26 AM
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elaine,

I don't think the location of the Hotel River Palace is ideal, but the hotel itself does get good on Tripadvisor.

I humbly suggest you look for something more central. Get a map of Rome and draw a circle 1/2 mile in diameter with the Pantheon at the center. Look at hotels "inside the circle".

James,

Interesting first post, Let's see if you plug that website on your second one.
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Old Jan 6th, 2011, 08:28 AM
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My math needs help. I meant a circle with 1/2 mile RADIUS with the Pantheon at the center.
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James891 - Why would you leap to recommend an apartment without knowing a thing about the poster's trip? If this is a first-time trip to Rome and/or Italy, it is often a lot more comfortable for someone to have the resources of the front desk available to make recommendations and restaurant reservations, not to mention the ease of booking a hotel room itself vs. an apartment. That said, I think apartments are a terrific option when your stay is more than just a few days or involves a large enough group of people to require more than one room, and one feels comfortable enough to be "on their own".
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Sorry Hazel, i didn't know is your firs time to Rome. I suggested the apartment because is more than 3 years that when i travel with my family i book always an apartment instead of hotel because are cheaper and the agency can be as well a good front desk, aswell i can find larger apartment were al my family can stay comfrotable. I just made a suggestion you may consider.
As a hotel i can suggest you as follow:
http://www.boscolohotels.com/eng/hot...hotel-rome.htm
http://www.hotelforumrome.com/ (great position!!)
http://www.fortysevenhotel.com/ (good price - quality)
Take care and enjoy Rome is great!!!
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