Hotel La Rovere

Address: Vicolo Sant'Onofrio 4/5, Rome, Lazio, 00165, Italy | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located in the Trastevere/Aventine area of Rome, is near San Giovanni Battista dei Fiorentini, Wonderfool, Via dei Banchi Vecchi, and Palazzo Serristori.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Rovere Rome

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

    Travel Blogs from Rome

    Welcome to the Hotel California

    A travel blog entry by jayton on Oct 06, 2014

    ... Almost 90 minutes. We ordered our wine and meals. Out comes a basket of bread. Then the woman rattled of a few sentences of Italian. We must have said yes as an entrée appeared that we didn't really order. Had our main meal and then after another burst of Italian we were presented with a dessert, which we didn't really order.

    The two dishes we didn't really order, plus the bread that we never asked for put an extra 19 ...

    Day 2 - Tour of Rome

    A travel blog entry by conoe on May 29, 2014

    3 comments, 13 photos

    ... We changed on the fly and postponed our trip to the Vatican until later in the week. We started with the Coliseum, Forum, and Palatine. The nice thing about a guide is that you don't ever have to stand in line -- ever. Next Luca took us to Aventine Hill to look through a keyhole at a private villa owned by the Malta Family. Sound a little sleazy? Google it and you'll find an amazing view of ...

    Paying my visit to the Ruins- Rome

    A travel blog entry by amyryush on Apr 19, 2014

    7 photos

    ... Most of the seat areas had fallen through leaving only the columns. The few seats remaining were all flat as the wind had weathered it down. It was much bigger than I had expected and it was truly a feat of engineering built between 82 and 90. It took them only 8 years compared to the cathedrals that take hundreds of years to build. Marble decorations had adorned the inside of the colosseum but they were all taken down to build other palaces and monuments. It was especially ...

    When in Rome...

    A travel blog entry by reinapaul on Sep 28, 2013

    54 photos

    ... well worth it. We also decided to get the audio guide which looked and operated like a telephone handset. Although we mostly try to save money and don't do any of the guided tours we thought we could learn more about the history of the place. Plus Paul loves Gladiator the movie so we thought we could splash out on this sight ;) The colosseum is quite amazing and once you hear about the competitions, its construction and destruction you gain more of an ...

    What else could go wrong?

    A travel blog entry by morgand89 on Jun 14, 2013

    ... the remainder of my 4 hour flight. After falling asleep for a while, I woke up to notice everything was quiet. I look beside me to see the 3 beautiful humans collapsed over each other passed out... I wish I took a picture. They were knocking up their table trays and spilling water without noticing. Quite the sight! We just hit our first bump in the road. 1. Brett gets told there isn't enough seats 2. Brett is given a seat WOO HOO! 3. ...