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  • Best Western Hotel Rome Airport

    Best Western Hotel Rome Airport

    4-star

    Quartiere XXXIII Lido di Ostia Ponente24.4 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.8.Good683 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel Rome Airport
  • Best Western Hotel Artdeco

    Best Western Hotel Artdeco

    4-star

    Rione XVIII Castro Pretorio1.9 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good177 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel Artdeco
  • Best Western Globus Hotel

    Best Western Globus Hotel

    3-star

    Policlinico3.2 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.6.Fabulous121 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Globus Hotel
  • Best Western Hotel President

    Best Western Hotel President

    4-star

    Esquilino2.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good201 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel President
  • Best Western Hotel Astrid

    Best Western Hotel Astrid

    3-star

    Flaminio2.4 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.2.Very good104 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel Astrid
  • Best Western Hotel Rivoli

    Best Western Hotel Rivoli

    4-star

    Quartiere III Pinciano2.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.6.Good74 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel Rivoli
  • Best Western Hotel Piccadilly

    Best Western Hotel Piccadilly

    4-star
    VIP

    San Giovanni3.5 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good53 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel Piccadilly
  • Best Western Blu Hotel Roma

    Best Western Blu Hotel Roma

    4-star

    Casal Bertone4.7 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating7.6.Good38 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Blu Hotel Roma
  • Best Western Hotel I Triangoli

    Best Western Hotel I Triangoli

    4-star

    Municipio X19 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.0.Very good36 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Hotel I Triangoli
  • Best Western Cinemusic Hotel

    Best Western Cinemusic Hotel

    4-star
    VIP

    San Giovanni4.1 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good42 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Cinemusic Hotel
  • Best Western Ars Hotel

    Best Western Ars Hotel

    4-star

    Monte Sacro5.8 kilometers to city centre

    Guest rating8.4.Very good19 Hotels.com guest reviews
    Best Western Ars Hotel
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Exploring Rome

With a history spanning over 2,500 years, the Eternal City of Rome has seen empires come and go, the foundation of Christianity to become the world’s most prominent religion, the great cultural, scientific and artistic leap of the Renaissance and the development of Western civilisation. It’s no wonder that the city’s ancient centre is a UNESCO World Heritage site attracting millions of tourists every year. Rome’s appeal is to every visitor interest from history, art, religion, music and culture to gastronomy and romance. Rome’s museums are world-famous, and its bohemian Trastevere district’s cobbled streets are home to the city’s artistic community. The North Central district holds the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese, and Rome’s liveliest nightlife is found in San Lorenzo around the main train station. Visitor accommodation is found all over the city, with hotels, many set in heritage buildings, found close by all the major attractions. Staying in the downtown districts at hotels such as the Napoleon Hotel puts visitors within easy walking distance of all the major sites of interest and gives a better chance of a truly romantic experience as most of the ultra-modern accommodation choices are found in the suburbs.

Sights nearby

The city of Rome’s over two millennia of history is shown in magnificent monuments, towering churches, vast palaces and the astonishing artworks of the Italian Renaissance. A lifetime wouldn’t be long ewough to to explore them all in depth.

- St. Peter's Square and the Vatican

The heart of the city is St Peter’s Square, home to the Vatican, its breathtaking museum, Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel and the magnificent Basilica of St Peter. The Vatican Museum is one of the world’s great repositories of cultural wonders from ancient antiquity through to the Italian Renaissance and the splendour of St Peter’s is a breathtaking experience.

- Spanish Steps

The Spanish Steps are Rome’s favourite meeting place, leading from the Piazza di Spagna up to the 15th century Bourbon church representing the Holy See. The square holds the Barcaccia fountain, and the opulent Villa Medici and its glorious gardens are a few steps away.

- The Colosso District

The Colosseo district is ancient Rome, with the Roman Colosseum, the Forum, the Arch of Constantine, the Palatine Hill with its Roman villas and two lovely squares, the Piazza del Campidoglio and the Piazza Venezia.

- Trastevere

Set on the Tiber’s west bank, the bohemian district of Trastevere south of the Vatican boasts narrow, cobbled alleyways and tiny squares immortalised in the works of Roman artists. It’s still the centre of artistic life in the city, with lively little bars and eateries welcoming strangers as well as locals.

Eating and drinking and shopping nearby

Romans love to eat, and eating like a Roman by ordering traditional local dishes ensures a magical gourmet experience. Favourites include carciofi alla Romana (artichokes) and trippa alla Romana (tripe), and restaurants at all levels are found all over the city. For fine, Michelin-starred dining or international cuisine, hotels in famous Via Veneto such as the Jumeirah Grand Hotel Via Veneto or the Hotel Raphaël-Relais and Châteaux close to the Spanish Steps are the places to head for, and for a romantic dinner, the charming restaurants overlooking the River Tiber can’t be beaten. Rome is a world fashion centre celebrating up-and-coming young designers as well as the best-known names in the fashion world. Piazza di Spagna is the hub, and funkier boutiques are set around Via del Governo Vecchio. Market shopping in Trastevere’s Porta Portese and Campo de' Fiori is great for clothes, shoes, olive oil and other Roman gastronomic treats.

Public transport

Rome’s Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the main arrivals hub, with direct flights from most major European cities and from major Australian cities with a choice of carriers. Express trains run from the complex to the city’s Termini Station in just 30 minutes, and local trains, buses and taxis also operate. For local transport in the city, taxis are the most convenient but also the most expensive, with the Metro system a good alternative. Buses and trams are other options, and set fares are the same on all public transport.

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