BEST WESTERN Hotel Rome Airport
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
Photos of BEST WESTERN Hotel Rome Airport
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN Hotel Rome Airport Fiumicino
Travel Blogs from Fiumicino
... third building on the left. I gathered from the architecture that this was the old quarter of the city and even though at a far superior standard when compared to Indian cities, cleanliness levels weren’t what you’d associate with urban Europe. Nonetheless, spotless Taormina wasn’t a patch on ruddy Palermo and its beguiling flavours, where locals and tourists employed public faculties alike, even as a million of the former went about their daily subsistence.
... good, but my cousin Bill suggested to compare that taste with pizza made in other locations. So, I shall do that in Rome tomorrow!
This trip is winding down fast, and we have accomplished a lot, seen a lot, and covered a lot of ground over the past week! Tomorrow we plan to see the Vatican!
Have a good time looking at the pics......
Ciao for now!
... getting chilly!! FYI we made ourselves a new friend at the shop by the Vatican, her name is Monica! Headed headed out to find ourselves somewhere to dine! We found a nice place where we could sit outside because the had heaters! We enjoyed a spritz, salad and shared a pizza! On the way back we stopped for a gelato!! Suzie's first ...
We got up early and moved (by foot) from the convent as Jay had planned to spend our last two days in a bit of luxury. We arrived at the Intercontinental early and they were able to get us into our room by 10:00. It is beautiful! A luxurious room with air conditioning! and a TV! Something we hadn't seen in a few days. We were able to get caught up on news (European news) and get some time away from ...
So today was our last day in Rome, and we thought we'd take it easy and visit the last place we needed to see before we left, The Vatican! Once again, it took about an hour to figure out the what bus we needed to take, looking like your typical tourist with a map as big as my arm-span and Jessica standing there looking like a hillbilly waiting for me to work it out. Once we got there, it was amazing to see the architecture put into the building and plaza, ...