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Hotel recommendation in Rome?

My husband and I are traveling to Rome in October for 9 days. Does anyone have a hotel they can confidently recommend? All advice is appreciated and welcomed! :)

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My wife and I go to Italy, mostly Roma, almost every year and we would not stay anywhere but at the Hotel Aberdeen. It is in Rick but you can check it our online at: Hotel Aberdeen Via Firenze 48, 00184, Roma, Italy Phone: 06-482-3920 Fax: 06-482-1092 Email: WWW: Price Range: 88 to 145 E Close to restaruants, the Metro, the bus lines, Termini and central to the old city.

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Scan back for the last month or so and you will find dozen or recommendations for Rome. A very frequently asked question. Do a little research first.

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Great B&B called Nicolas Inn. The owners are very helpful and the location is great. Check them out at But it is a B&B, not a hotel.

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When in Rome...(just kidding) my husband and I always stay at Hotel In Parione. It is a small hotel just off the Campo dei Fiori in the historic centre. It is run by Hotel Smeraldo, and the rooms are small but perfectly formed. It is very clean and quiet since there are only 16 rooms. Check them out at

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We just returned from Italy and we stayed at a hotel called Ponte Sisto. The hotel was super! It was about a 5 minute walk from Campo de Fiori and we were within walking distance to everything, Vatican, Spanish Steps, and the Forum. They set up a Vatican Tour for us that was excellent. I would definitely return again. They do have a website. Good luck and have fun!

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We stayed at the Hotel Trevi, about a block from the fountain. It was very nice and price included breakfast, which was very nice too. Easy reach to all the sites. Personally though, if we'd had the opportunity, we would have gone for something in the historic section. Note though that all of the major sites of Rome, from the formum to the Spanish steps, to the Vatican, or Tratevere section are not that far apart, and it's fun to walk through the streets and find neat things to see on your way from one to the other. Happy travels.

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We stayed at the Lancelot Hotel in a small cul-de-sac neighborhood across the street from the colosseum. Quiet, clean and beautiful with views from the windows. Staff speaks english and will help with calling restaurants/limos/tours for reservations. Wonderful breakfasts included. Family owned. We will definately stay there again.

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Hubby and I stayed at the Hotel Lancelot and it was great. It's about a 5-min. walk from the Colosseum, AND it has an elevator! Friendly staff, family-run, great breakfasts and suppers, clean, quiet area.