Best Places to Stay in Rome, Italy (VII)
Best Places to Stay in Rome, Italy: Lancelot – Small family hotel, Great location
This family-owned hotel is just down the street from the Coliseum and the Roman Forum. The rooms are spacious and each one decorated differently, and some have terraces and views of the Coliseum. But what truly sets this hotel apart is the extraordinary cheerfulness and graciousness of the staff, who seemingly speak just about every language. The location is near enough to walk to many sites, and right near both the metro and many bus lines. Set on a small side street, the rooms are very quite at night.
Best Places to Stay in Rome, Italy: Monti Home – Cool Little Apartment in Monti
This elegant flat is located in the Monti neighborhood in Rome, one the best places to stay while you are visiting. The apartment is within walking distance of most of Rome’s major monuments, and the Coliseum and Roman Forum are just down the street.
The apartment is located on a very quiet street and enjoys bright sunshine. There are restaurants, bars and shops all within walking distance.
The apartment is made up of one double bedroom, entrance hall, living room, kitchen and bathroom. The living rooms are furnished with a convertible sofa, which sleeps two comfortably. Both bedroom and living room have doors, which makes this the perfect apartment for a couple, two couples, or a family.
There is a small balcony off the kitchen. Tenants can use the roof top terrace on the 6th floor.
Please note: The apartment is located on the second floor (1st floor European) and there is no elevator.
The apartment enjoys the following amenities: Air Conditioning, Ceiling Fans, Broadband Internet, Wi-Fi, Television, Telephone, Full bathroom with shower, Washing Machine, Fully equipped kitchen, iPod Speaker Dock, iPod connection to TV, Hair dryer.
Best Places to Stay in Rome, Italy: Relais Palazzo Taverna – Stylish B&B near Antique Shops
This is actually two small townhouse B&B;s, located near each other and right off Via dei Coronari, known for its antiques shops. Both hotels are little gems. Rooms are spacious and stylish. Piazza Navona is only a short walk away, as is the area of Campo de’ Fiori. But since the hotel is on a small side street, all the rooms are quite. Breakfast is served in the room and there is always someone on staff.