Idea Hotel Roma Z3
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Rome
... before gaining clearance. Two hours later, at midnight, I arrived in Fiumcinio Airport. I waited for my checked luggage for some time and then made my way to the terminal. I hoped that I could find a pay phone or an information booth to figure out the best way to get to my hotel, the Courtyard Marriot Center Rome, my parents graciously booked for me after hearing of my hostel troubles in Berlin. Immediately I grabbed a small snack from the café, and searched the ...
... Mary holds the body of her son Jesus. We continue walking through the massive church, observing the bronze baldacchino over the altar, the bronze statue of St Peter and the huge dome designed by Michelangelo. Chiara points out the tomb of John Paul II and mentions that it was recently moved from the Vatacombs below after his beatification.
After our walk through the main floor of the church we walk down a flight of stairs to the ...
... was woefully inadequate, telling me nothing of much interest or in any detail about any of the major landmarks although the classical music in between the commentary was lovely.
The bus was slow to say the least, stopping for ages at every designated stop even tho' no-one was getting off or on, and we were not enjoying it much at all. When we got to Termini, one of the bus' stops, they announced the bus would stop for 20 minutes there. We had barely ...
... thought it'd be bigger" (actually, I also thought that going into the Sistine Chapel, and last time I saw a T-Rex skeleton at a museum), but I changed my mind after wandering around a bit. It's kind of mind boggling that a civilization was advanced enough to build such an amazing building, but then used it to watch people being torn apart by animals. (Don't forget the elaborate historical and ...
... Rebecca off at the train station the reality that our Europe trip was over hit me. It went by so fast! It was sad saying goodbye to Rebecca but Kristin, Greg and I didn't leave until the evening so we had a few hours yet to wander around. We found whole new areas of Rome. I'm really going to miss all the cute little streets and gorgeous buildings in Europe. We eventually found Piazza Navona and sat near there to have lunch. For my last Italian meal I chose ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking