253 Hotels 4 Stars in Rome, Italy
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Via Aurelia Antica, 415 Rome View on Map
The Crowne Plaza Rome-St Peter Hotel & Spa in Roma is an exclusive four star superior hotel set in a beautiful residential area, close to St. Peter, 3 Km to Vatican City and 4 Km to the city centre.
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Ranked 1 of 253 hotels in4 Stars Rome
From €. 300,00
Via Cavour 18 Rome View on Map
Dating back to 1875, this centrally located 4-star hotel blends an antique style and architecture with a host of modern amenities.
Ranked 2 of 253 hotels in4 Stars Rome
From 617 Review
From €. 112,00
Via Ludovisi 43 Rome View on Map
Located in a 1920s townhouse on a quiet street just off the stately Via Veneto, Ludovisi Palace offers a great location and impeccable service.
Ranked 3 of 253 hotels in4 Stars Rome
From 220 Review
From €. 119,00
Via della Stazione di S. Pietro 14 Rome View on Map
The Starhotels Michelangelo is an elegant hotel set just a few steps away from the ancient walls of the Vatican City and St. Peter?s Square with its magnificent basilica.
Ranked 4 of 253 hotels in4 Stars Rome
From 306 Review
From €. 102,00
Rome and Surroundings
Fiere e Centri CongressiNuova Fiera di Roma
Monumenti e AttrazioniPantheon
Punti di RiferimentoPiazza di Spagna
Stazioni FerroviarieStazione Roma Termini
Località in provincia di RomeAnguillara Sabazia (27,59 km) Anzio Bagni di Tivoli Bracciano (33,83 km) Castel Gandolfo Ciampino Civitavecchia Fiano Romano - Rome Fiumicino (24,04 km) Frascati (18,62 km) Frascati Fregene Grottaferrata Ladispoli (33,70 km) Lido di Ostia Marino Monterotondo (20,65 km) Nettuno Pomezia (25,21 km) Rocca di Papa (22,80 km) Sacrofano (23,18 km) Santa Marinella Tivoli (27,45 km) Velletri (34,11 km)
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About Rome, Italy
Dial Code: 06
ZIP Code: 00100Latitude:41° 25' 0'' N (41.893056)
Longitude:12° 74' 0'' E (12.483333)
Consigli RomeThe Colisuem
The Coliseum rises among the Palatine hill, the Celian hill and the Oppian hill. Its construction was begun by emperor Vespasian and was completed by his son Titus in 80 A.D. At first, in the amphitheater, gladiatorial shows, consisting in fights to the death between men and beasts, took place: it is there that, later on, the first Christians were cruelly killed by beasts. Afterwards the Coliseum was neglected, which provoked its rapid deterioration. Holiday Tips in Rome
- LOCAL Suggestions:
- Eau Vive - Via Monterone, 85 @ Historic Center
- Da Vincenzo - Via Castelfidardo, 6 @ Termini
- Da Cesare - Via Crescenzio, 13 @ St. Peter
- Ambasciata d' Abruzzo - Via P. Tacchini, 26 @ Parioli
- Asinocotto - Via dei Vascellari, 48 @ Trastevere