We stayed in Rome only one night on our way home from three weeks of travel. This hotel was well staffed by attentive and professional people. It is located on Via Nazional not far from the train station. We arrived early and the room was not ready yet, but our bags were looked after carefully and one that held some ceramic we bought in Florence was marked 'fragile' when we arrived back for check-in. They offered a free cup of coffee or flute of Spumonte in a lovely well appointed lounge. Free internet was available in the lobby. The room was comfortable, and a buffet breakfast was included for a reasonable price.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to Hotel Artemide, your 4-star hotel in downtown Rome! Just a stone's throw away from the Trevi Fountain, the Colosseum or the Spanish Steps, Artemide is right in the heart of Via Nazionale, a lively and bright street, with plenty of shops to choose from. Within walking distance of Termini Train Station and with the metro station Repubblica at just 100 metres, the Artemide Hotel is the perfect starting point for discovering the Eternal City. Free mini-bar and wi-fi connection in every room, and a fully-equipped gym are just some of the perks we offer our guests. Also, make sure not to miss the Artemís Spa to dedicate a moment for your well-being and enjoy individual or couples massages. And to complete the experience, don't miss the Ambrosia Rooftop Restaurant & Bar, on the 7th floor of the hotel, with its magnificent view over the Rome' skyline. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Artemide Rome