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“Budget Accommodation Near The Colosseum”“In the hearth of Rome, easy access to tourist must-see-sights The bed & breakfast Brilli
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“Cozy Rooms”“Brand new b&b 200 meters away from the Vatican city. Two big rooms fully furnished with:
Posted by: Atelier San Pietro B&B

“Hotel”“We are proud to remind you some of the features that our hotel can offer. The aestheti
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“Stolen Belongings”Member, Claudia, Rome - “I'm sorry to say that I had a very bad experience in the
Said about: St. Regis Grand Hotel Rome

“Dirty & Old”Stavros, Greece - “Please stay somewhere else! The room had very old furniture
Said about: Blue Rose Bed and Breakfast

“Not A 4 Star Hotel”Non-Member, Reader - “This was not a 4 star hotel maybe 2 stars. AC did not work.
Said about: Emona Aquaductus

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Welcome to HotelGuide.Networks' directory of hotels and hotel reviews for Rome, Italy!

Rome and history go hand in hand, with Eternal City origins tracing to the legend of Romulus and Remus in 753 B.C. Situated midway down Italy's western coast along banks of the Tiber River, Rome brims with icons, monuments, plazas and attractions. As the city where Nero fiddled and Mark Antony praised Caesar, it's possible to trace their footsteps (all the while dodging modern-day motorized traffic). Ancient monuments remind that Rome, where all roads led, was once the greatest center of Western civilization. Among all those roadways, the best known is Via Appia Antica, built in 312 B.C. Christian teaching indicates it was along the Appian Way that Peter encountered the vision of Christ, and a segment near the city is lined with ancient tombs of patrician Romans. Underground tunnels, or catacombs, are where early Christians buried their dead and, during times of persecution, conducted church services on the sly. A few are open for guided tours. Despite looting ancient ruins for marble, Vatican architects are credited with creation of Renaissance treasures melding old and new. Yet those eras are only part of the Roman spectacle. In what's been called Hollywood on the Tiber, Federico Fellini filmed La Dolce Vita and 8 1/2 at Rome's Cinecitta Studios. Streets such as Via Veneto and Via Margutta have been immortalized by screen legends from Elizabeth Taylor, Gregory Peck and Audrey Hepburn to, more recently, Matt Damon and Gwyneth Paltrow in The Talented Mr. Ripley. Rome's main tourist season runs Easter through October, although many shops and restaurants close in August. For the new millennium, Rome embarked on a program to erase ravages of pollution, adding sparkle to favorites like Trevi Fountain and Piazza Navona. Apart from attractions such as the Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel, St. Peter's Basilica, and the Colosseum, Rome teems with fascinating sites far less famous. Campo de' Fiori, cultural center of secular Rome in the 1500s, showcases a statue of Giordano Bruno, a monk whose stern appearance reminds that religious heretics were once burned at the stake. The campo now hosts an open-air food market. Afternoons are ideal for sightseeing at the Spanish Steps or shopping in the Via Condotti, a fashion-lovers paradise. The entire spectrum of lodging options is available in the Greater Rome area, from luxurious private apartments overlooking scenic or historic landmarks to world class contemporary hotels to intimate bed and breakfast inns where you can experience authentic Roman culture and cuisine along with the residents.

We have organized our listings of Rome's local hotel accommodations into several geographic areas and alphabetically. You can begin browsing for hotels in the Greater Rome area by selecting one of the links shown below.

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·Termini - Central Station
Hotels near Rome's large central train station, Piazza della Repubblica and S. Maria Maggiore.
·Rome West
Hotels west of the Tiber, in the Foro Italico, Vatican, Castel Sant'Angelo and other areas.
Hotels in the Greater Rome area.
Hotels in the areas generally between the Spanish Steps and the Central Station, including Trevi Fountain and Via Veneto.
·Rome North
Hotels north of the city center, near the Villa Borghese, Galleria Arte Modernia, Villa Ada, and Zoo.
·Surrounding Communities
Hotels in communities surrounding the Greater Rome area, including Latina, Fiuggi, Frascati, Bracciano, Viterbo and others.
·Old Shopping District
Hotels in areas generally south of Villa Borghese and behind the Spanish Steps, centered on the Piazza di Spagna.

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Area Facts: Rome formally became the capital of the State of Italy in 1871. The international dialing code for Italy (including Vatican City) is 39. The area code for Rome is 6.

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