Italy’s capital, the Eternal City, is right in the heart of the country. The city was founded over 2,500 years and its history is all around you: from the Colosseum to the Vatican and the ancient catacombs, the entire centre of Rome is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The main railway station which provides access to high-speed rail lines across Italy and Europe is right in the centre of the CBD, making visiting by train particularly easy.
Set between Via Veneto and Piazza Barberi in a restored 19th-century palazzo formerly owned by a noble family, this upscale hotel features refined rooms decorated in a classic style along with marble bathrooms. Highlights include a Mediterranean restaurant, piano bar, attractive courtyard, and fitness centre.
The Building Hotel is a modern property overlooking the Aurelian Walls, close to Rome Termini rail station. As well as comfortable, well-appointed bedrooms, there is also a restaurant, a spa with hot tub and sauna, a gym and a 24-hour reception desk.
Within walking distance of Rome Termini station, this contemporary style hotel offers easy access to the city’s main attractions on foot and by metro. Classically furnished bedrooms feature modern art pieces as well as free Wi-Fi and tea & coffee making facilities. The buffet breakfast includes homemade bread and cakes.
Hotel Majestic Roma
Occupying a great location on the Via Veneto, close to the Villa Borghese gardens, the Majestic Roma features spacious and elegantly decorated bedrooms, a lovely restaurant with a terrace overlooking the street and a well-equipped gym. The hotel has been accommodating guests since 1889 and is one of the Leading Hotels of the World.
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