Hotel Romae

Via Palestro 49, 00185 Rome, Italy
5 reviews

This hotel takes place in a building with a broad entrance. Reception is warm and cosy and staff is professional, cautious and friendly. To make you feel welcome you will find a fruit basket at your arrival. Rooms with their white color give brightness to the environment. Cleaning is great. All rooms have a private bathroom, small but adequate and ...

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  • 61
    1.17 mi


    1.17 mi from Hotel Romae
    508 reviews

    This is another must see sight. If you are going to do the tour, you mist sign up for them early. Honestly, they're a little more pricier, and they don't take you anywhere you can't see yourself. And make sure you're getting your tour from the people that are supposed to be doing them. Taking the time to take this ...

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  • 62
    2.06 mi


    2.06 mi from Hotel Romae
    85 reviews

    A place to enjoy good food & music. Also, if you are a book lover, there's a good english bookstore at Via della Lungaretta 23, "Open Door Bookshop". And you can taste delicious strawberry just next to this store.

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  • 63
    1.13 mi

    Coming Out

    1.13 mi from Hotel Romae
    5 reviews

    With one of the best night-time views of the Colosseum, Coming Out is a great gay bar but fun to hang out at for straight peeps as well. I had many a tipsy, fun night here when I lived in the Eternal City.

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  • 64
    1.27 mi

    Arch of Constantine

    1.27 mi from Hotel Romae
    83 reviews

    Constantine didn't like Rome, that's why he moved the capital to Istanbul. At the same time, he fought his way through three rival claimants for the throne and never lost a major battle in the process. He also began the official process of converting the empire to Christianity. Thus Constantine's triumphal arch is a record of great deeds on par ...

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  • 65
    1.13 mi

    Spanish Steps

    1.13 mi from Hotel Romae
    164 reviews

    I was never all that impressed by the Spanish Steps as a monument in and of themselves. I did hang out with some friends here in 2005 after a long pub crawl on the Fourth of July.

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  • 66
    2.63 mi

    St Peter's Basilica

    2.63 mi from Hotel Romae
    162 reviews

    Cover your shoulders and legs but make sure you make it into St Peter's. Even if you have to brave the lines. The awe-inspiring feeling when you walk into St Peter's is beyond words. Just ignore the crowds and take in the shockingly beautiful architecture, sculptures, stained glass and art work. Well worth the wait!

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  • 67
    1.15 mi

    Saint Clement's Basilica

    1.15 mi from Hotel Romae
    13 reviews

    The Basilica of San Clemente is one of Rome's more interesting and lesser known gems. It's an excavation all in itself. You enter at ground level and think, oh, whatever, baroque church, blah blah blah. But then, you get to descend to a very well preserved Medieval church on the level below. Two churches, built one on top of the ...

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  • 68
    1.66 mi

    Piazza Navona

    1.66 mi from Hotel Romae
    189 reviews

    One of Rome's characteristic piazzas, Piazza Navona has three distinctive fountains, and was once used as a water filled stadium for fake naval battles. It's usually packed with tourists and vendors selling cheesy paintings, but, like much of touristy Rome, maintains an air of mystery and magic late at night.

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  • 69
    1.96 mi

    Ponte Sant'Angelo

    1.96 mi from Hotel Romae
    50 reviews

    This pedestrian bridge over the Tiber has a fine view of the neighboring Vatican as well as much of the rest of the city. Unlike London and Paris, which navigable rivers, very little actually goes down the Tiber but the bridge is nice.

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  • 70
    1.16 mi

    Villa Borghese

    1.16 mi from Hotel Romae
    71 reviews

    I've always loved the Villa Borghese for its umbrella pines, beautiful landscaping, and the Borghese Gallery, which houses my favourite sculpture EVER, Bernini's Dafne and Apollo. I love it even more since they put free WIFI in the whole durn park. Who says Rome can't be modern?

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  • 71
    2.12 mi

    Porta Portese

    2.12 mi from Hotel Romae
    12 reviews

    One of Rome's famous markets for second hand clothes and antiques, Porta Portese fills a stretch of Trastevere on Sunday mornings. Sstart early for less chaos, then go get lunch. I think it's gotten a little touristy, but it's definitely worth a stop.

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  • 72
    1.38 mi

    Scholars Lounge

    1.38 mi from Hotel Romae
    4 reviews

    When I used to crave cheese fries and a pint in Rome, as incongruous as that very statement sounds, I'd sometimes get it at the Scholar's Lounge. Friendly, quality beer, and a little hint of home in the land of pasta, good wine and Latin men. Sometimes, there really is no place like home, even if where you happen to ...

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  • 73
    1.8 mi

    Abbey Theatre Irish Pub

    1.8 mi from Hotel Romae
    4 reviews

    Ah, the Abbey Theatre: packed with expats and the occasional Anglophile Roman, still, it's a good place to get a good beer near Piazza Navona. They serve food as well, which I remember as being decent, although definitely Italicized (bresaola and a pub).

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  • 74
    1.62 mi

    The Bulldog Inn

    1.62 mi from Hotel Romae
    2 reviews

    Free Wifi and a super English crowd, plus a stupidly central location, make the Bulldog Inn not the place to go for Italian authenticity, but rather expat hijinks.

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  • 75
    1.94 mi

    Castel Sant'Angelo

    1.94 mi from Hotel Romae
    85 reviews

    A serious Roman landmark, the Castel Sant'Angelo is also fun to visit. Peep inside at historical artifacts or see if you can get an invite to one of the events and performances held on the roof.

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  • 76
    1.15 mi

    Trajan's Column

    1.15 mi from Hotel Romae
    23 reviews

    This incredible column is inscribed with a spiralling bas-relief which recounts the story of the Emperor Trajan's Dacian wars. Funnily, a statue of St. Peter was plunked atop it in the 16th Century. What I really enjoy about this column is its absolute giant grandeur, as well as the knowledge that you could actually climb up all the way inside ...

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  • 77
    2.37 mi

    New Testaccio Market

    2.37 mi from Hotel Romae
    7 reviews

    The *real Rome* is arguably in Testaccio and Garbatella. At the Mercato di Testaccio, you'll definitely hear your fair share of the guttural Roman accent, whether spoken by Romans or Bangladeshis, plus have the opportunity to buy great fresh food of all kinds.

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  • 78
    1.46 mi

    Palatine Hill

    1.46 mi from Hotel Romae
    40 reviews

    Peaceful green hills and ruins about as untouched as you'll get in the Caput Mundi. The Palatino is wonderful for strolling, contemplating the origins of Roman culture, and taking in the views from this particular hill out of Rome's famous seven.

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  • 79
    1.57 mi

    San Luigi dei Francesi

    1.57 mi from Hotel Romae
    8 reviews

    Rome is full of churches like San Luigi, which in any other city would be a main attraction, but here are almost afterthoughts. At San Luigi dei Francesi, the afterthoughts are pristine Caravaggio paintings.

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  • 80
    1.97 mi

    Freni e Frizioni

    1.97 mi from Hotel Romae
    8 reviews

    Freni e Frizioni is a popular bar overlooking Piazza Trilussa in Trastevere, not to mention its pretty fabulous river views. Popular for its cheap aperitivo (€6 will get you a glass of vino and copious plates of food) and its young, trendy hippy crowd, it's a great place to hang out on a summer's evening.

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