Hotel SanPietrino is a clean, comfortable, reasonably priced hotel in Rome. It is an easy 15-minute walk from the Vatican Museums and from St. Peter's Basilica. No breakfast is served, but they provide coffee, tea and hot chocolate and have a small refrigerator that guests can store juice in. There is a small shop just around the corner that sells juice and fruit. There is a small, nice & inexpensive panetteria (bakery) a 5-minute walk from the hotel on Via Barletta, 2 or 3 blocks on the right before you reach the Ottaviano Metro station. There is a small opening and stairs down to the bakery. You will look in and see tons of choices and many Italians waiting in the line which moves quickly. There are a number of good restaurants within easy walking distance. There is a nice pizza place (with other selections available) a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Go out the front door, turn right and walk to Via Della Guiliana and turn left. Go one or two blocks (the street name changes to Via Leone IV) and it is located on the right-hand side at the northwest corner of the block. We thought it was better (and definitely more friendly and less expensive) than Ristorante Tesone off Viale Angelico, recommended by the hotel. The staff at the hotel are friendly, helpful and speak good English. The rooms have hair dryers, but no wash cloths, shampoo or bar soap. The hotel is a 10-minute walk from the Ottaviano Metro station. We were in Rome for 3 days and bought a 3-day pass that is good for the metro, city buses and city tram. Very good deal, although it's a bit of work to figure out what bus/tram routes are good for you. We sprung for a city map at the local giornalaio (newstand) for 5 euro. It has routes, but no timetables. Also, be aware most Italian timetables are different for feriale (weekday) and festa (holidays and Sundays). Like many European hotels, the room is small, but comfortable. This is our second stay and we will go back.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The hotel is beautifully decorated with terracotta floors and tasteful wood furniture. The extras such as TV/DVD/ADSL - are unusual for a place in this category. Housed in a 19th-century palazzo, it's a simple and cosy place, run by young and service-oriented staff providing 24/7 full support to the guests. No breakfast is provided - no great loss as it's surrounded by convenient cafes and restaurants. Some guides consider it the best value for money in Rome. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- San Pietrino Hotel
- San Pietrino Rome