BEST WESTERN Blu Hotel Roma
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Blu Hotel Roma Rome
The hotel isn't anything extraordinary but it's air conditioned, spacious (enough beds) and we have our own bathroom. What more could you ask for?
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... are excellent and we all get along quite well. There are a few rules on tours, one is to rotate your seats so everyone gets to sit in different locations on the bus and we share the seating, it also allows you to sit amongst different people on the opposite side of the bus. Amy and I have tried to be part of the rotation but we have had people in the seats we should have been in on the first two trips. This is annoying but we are too polite to make a scene and just find ...
... The Italians live La Dolce Vita, The Sweet Life, literally, at breakfast. It’s a daily morning consumption of croissants and doughnuts that are chocolate topped, cream laced, sugar sprinkled or jam infused. The cornflakes on offer are either honey coated or Chocó and at least two fruit juices, three preserves and four flavours of yogurt are presented. The canned or fresh fruits are sweet, Nutella is mandatory and a pie or cake always features as dessert. It’s ...
... is amazing but only built in 1724 so relatively new. The tower in our back yard was built in the early 1400's. More on that later. Settle in then the lads take us down the hill and give a where to go and what to buy where tour, two minutes later we are at the wine bar then pizza place for a feed. All out to it standing up so go back up the hill and hit the sack with the clock tower right in front of our ranch letting us know the time on the hour every ...
... We did not enter the church, but instead turned left down the road of the same name, and came upon the Palazzo Barberini, the art gallery we went through on Sunday. We turned left again down a street and in a short while it bought us to our street.
We had lunch in a little restaurant full of locals, and enjoyed the house specials. I had spaghetti with clams and Sam had beef and potatoes in a home made tomatoe sauce that he completely devoured ...
... views, just wonderful. We then caught the green bus, hop on, hop off bus to go to the Champs Élysées, only to be told that they had closed that section of the trip, so we got of at a very nice looking Brasserie opposite the Pantheon and had a lovely lunch, before setting of again, we returned to our apparent to say a last goodbye to Liz and Di and saw them on there way. We were of again, back to the boat to take us to ...