Accademia Hotel

Address: Roma Pizza Accademia Di San Luca 74, Rome, Lazio, 00187, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Trevi Fountain (Fontana di Trevi), Piazza di Trevi, Il Gelato di San Crispino, and Column of Marcus Aurelius.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsAccademia Hotel Rome

      Reviewed by bairdygirl

      Location is great

      Reviewed Apr 21, 2010
      by (9 reviews) Newcastle , Australia Flag of Australia

      a great location, just around the corner from Trevi Fountain, 5 minute walk to Spanish Steps and easy walk to Roma Termini. The rooms were reasonable without being outstanding, bed was quite hard though!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      Historical Traveler Reviews Accademia Hotel Rome

      Great hotel

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      We just returned from a 4-night stay at the Hotel Accademia in Rome. We had two rooms for our family and both were nice and clean. The staff was excellent, accommodating us in every way. As everyone else says, the location is perfect -- right around the corner from the Trevi Fountain. We really liked this hotel and would stay there again.

      La Dolce Vita at the Accademia

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      We stayed at the Accademia in February 2004 and loved every minute of it. This small, personable hotel was around the corner from the Trevi Fountain -- what more could you ask for? You could re-live La Dolce Vita every night (minus the dancing in the fountain). Breakfast was great, the hotel staff was very accomodating (booked tickets for us, sent out clothing for dry cleaning, always called a taxi for us) and from here we could walk to almost every sight in Rome. And the best part of it all was having San Crispino gelato around the corner in a tucked away side street. We will return to Rome, and to the Accademia.

      Saved the day!

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      After leaving an awful hotel in Rome, I was so relieved that Hotel Accademia had an available room for us. The location was great, right near Trevi Fountain, near bus line, near McDonald's (for 16 yrs. old sake), Internet right next door at cheap rate. The staff was helpful, the room was a nice size and the breakfast was good. I certainly would go there again.

      Superb location, wonderful staff.

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      Just back from Rome. The Accademia surely made our stay even more enjoyable. Perfect location, very friendly and helpful staff, clean rooms, great breakfast buffet. Rooms vary a bit in size, and some of the bathrooms are a bit small. However, this is a hotel we would love to come back to!

      Loved It

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      My husband and I vacationed in Rome March 2004. We stayed at the Accademia Hotel and had a great time. The place was clean, the people friendly and the location primo! Breakfast was outstanding! We would highly recommend it.

      Best location in Rome

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      Can't beat the location--two steps from ther Trevi Fountain and two steps amy from the Corso, where buses can take you anywhere you wish in the city.

      Breakfast is another plus--not just a croissant and coffee!!

      TripAdvisor Reviews Accademia Hotel Rome

      4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
       

      Travel Blogs from Rome

      So much to see in Roma!!

      A travel blog entry by bairdygirl on Apr 21, 2010

      6 photos

      Only 90 mins after leaving Florence we were in Rome!! Took us a little while to find our Hotel but was in good walking distance so all good. As per usual we dumped our bags and headed straight out. We thought we'd get the HoHo bus, the stop was just outside the Hotel, so we could orientate ourselves, and were blown away by the city and everything …

      All Roads Lead To Rome

      A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Dec 17, 2014

      24 photos

      ... by his assistants on the ceiling since he was too old to climb up and down the scaffolding. So after giving ourselves a bit of whiplash double checking that this was in fact the case (trust us it is), we made our way to the exit and into St. Peter’s Square to complete our tour.

      Having thoroughly examined what is arguably the most famous church in the world, we headed off to explore a bit more of Rome and enjoy the beautiful weather that day. We walked along ...

      When in Rome . . . Can You Get a Job?

      A travel blog entry by jgrant40 on Jul 01, 2014

      ... individual with a very unique life story while boarding a bus in Rome.

      A couple of weeks ago I spent a four-day weekend in Rome, Italy. Being a member of the PIGS, Italy is also greatly affected by this economic crisis. Italy has an unemployment rate of 12.5%, and youth unemployment rate of 42.3%. I visited Rome with two of my classmates, Ariel and Dina. While there, we met a young man who spoke English very well, whose name ...

      Do as the Romans do..

      A travel blog entry by alicedoeseurope on Jun 11, 2014

      1 comment

      ... at our hotel and didn't move the car again. Our first night we stayed at the hotel as it is luxurious and very relaxing and we had a 5 course meal that was mind blowing! In the morning at 7 we took a taxi into town for our tour that started at 8. We had a 3.5 hour tour of the Vatican, the Sisteen Chapel and Saint Peters Basilica. Obviously, it was amazing and the cool part was I could take pictures ...

      Foro, Gatto-ry and Pantheon

      A travel blog entry by teambargey on Apr 16, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... as the second. Lo and behold, some signs existed to explain what some of the buildings/rocks/statues/columns were, making it a darn sight easier to look and learn. Some imagination was required to get a picture of what it looked like in reality, however the signage along the new station zone had a few graphics that we could recall. Seeing a few columns next each other looks a little out of whack, but when they were part of a few dozen surrounding a massive solid ...