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Saturday, August 30th, 2013
Port of Civitavecchia, for Rome, Italy
The alarm came early this morning at 6 a.m. Today was an important day for many reasons…Jason and I were visiting Rome, and I was debuting as an English speaking tour guide for our Canadian friends we met on the cruise. I asked my "tour group" to meet me on Level 5 at the International Café to go over the day's agenda and to give them time ...
... is a neat view of the church. Getting to the outside - whole other story. While it was a whole lot more stairs in total than the arc de triumph, which was rough, the bigger problem for me was it was VERY narrow. They warned you about the 551 steps, not that it was like threading a needle! We survived and it was a cool view of Rome. After a quick shower and recovering from our hike we headed out to dinner in the neighborhood. Trattoria da Lucia - and old family joint that ...
We joined up with the Wintons for a very expensive breakfast in the Piazza di Pantheon, followed by a tour of the impressive two thousand year old temple. On then to walk to the Colloseum, then San Clemente church, before returning to Campo de Fiori to buy provisions for lunch. Each person spent 5 euros on an ingredient, and we returned to the ...
... both of them but the problem is by this stage we had been walking for about 2 hours and we were just getting facts thrown at us so our concentration started to wane a bit. The tour guide left us at the Coliseum and the rest of the day was ours. A whole group of us went to the Forum to buy tickets for the Forum and Coliseum (Andrew’s top tip; go to the Forum for tickets as the line is much shorter than at the Coliseum). The Forum was amazing but deserved a guide. We had ...
... part public square and home to many basilicas, temples, monuments and government buildings including the Roman Senate building. The Forum was also the home of the Vestal Virgins, a group of women who served for 30 years at a time, sweeping out the temples and tending to an eternal flame that burned in one of the temples of the forum. The first 10 years of a Vestal Virgin's term was spent learning how to sweep and maintain the flame, the next 10 years was spent ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Dolomiti Rome
Very clean room and helpful staffs
We checked in the hotel in a hot summer night. Thank God it's not far away from the airport. It took about 45 Euro to reach the hotel by taxi. The staffs are efficient and helpful. And we have very cool air-conditioning at night. The room is very clean, though the toilet is a bit too small. The place is very quiet at night. It took less than 5 minutes to walk to the termini station and there is a supermarket right opposite to the hotel. A few good restaurant around the area and we tried a very very delicious home made paste in a nearby restaurant. Definitely a good choice. My wife said she will pick this hotel if we ever visit Rome again.
This is a pretty simple hotel but for the location it is great. It is less than 10 minutes walk from Termini station and even less time if you are arriving by coach (such as Terravision). I had no trouble finding the way to the hotel. It is true as some people said that the Termini area could be a bit rough, but this is mostly to the west side of Termini (towards city centre). On the east or north side, it is much more quiet and more residential. Staying near Termini is great for travelling around.
I think I agree pretty much with most people have said before. The hotel is pleasant and clean and the rooms are very spacious - surprisingly so for a city centre hotel. We were on the fouth floor at the front in "superior" rooms, so maybe the ordinary ones aren't so large. One caveat - as aother people have said the street is very noisy and you really do have to close the windows. That was fine in our room, which was air conditioned, but not in the children's room which only had a fan. They weren't too bothered but I don't think it would be satisfactory for adults. When booking, I advise that you explicitly check that your room has proper aircon.
Sauber und absolut ruhig
Ideal für die Besichtigung Roms. Günstig gelegen (U-Bahnnähe). Auf dem Weg dort hin ein kleines Keller-Restaurant, dessen Inhaber zwar gewöhnungsbedürftig, dann aber überaus herzlich ist. Pasti der Spitzenklasse zu in Rom nicht üblichen vernünftigen Preisen. Das Hotel ist zwar, was das Treppenhaus betrifft, schäbig. Aber durch die Etagentüren, hinter denen das Hotel angesiedelt ist, betritt man saubere Gänge und dann auch gepflegte Zimmer der Standard-Klasse. Hervorzuheben ist die absolute Ruhe nach dem Hinterhof, die man bei vielen Hotelzimmern in Rom, die zur Straße liegen, schmerzlich vermisst. Lieber Ruhe als Sterne-Schnickschnack!
Having read generally good reviews of the Dolomiti my wife and I hoped it would live up to expectations and it more than did. It was about 7 mins walk from the Terravision airport shuttle drop off point. We arived later than expected at the hotel (about 1:00 am) and we were swiftly settled into our room with no fuss. We had booked a superior room over the internet and it was spotlessly clean and very nicely furnished with a small but really good bathroom. SAT TV with SKY and CNN, Fridge/minibar. The towels were changed daily and the continental breakfast was good and exactly as described by others. We paid 80 euros for the first 3 nights then 85 euros for the last night. All the staff were very friendly and gave us advice on transport places to go etc. They also recommended a good restaurant nearby that we ate in every night, with a 10% discount. The one slight criticism I would have is that the room could be a bit cool when you got back in after sightseeing all day at 5pm. It did have a radiator but you had no control over it. Not sure if someone complained but it did improve over the days we were there.
We were very happy with the Dolomiti, when we visited beginning March 2006, as it is a clean and comfortable hotel-with all basic amenities. Bathrooms are slightly small but not so small as to be inconvenient in any way. Rooms are a nice size, and since we had large bags, they even gave us a bigger room- without us having to ask. The breakfast was sufficient and the best we had in our entire trip-even better than some 5 star Hotels we stayed at. Staff was very friendly and accomodating.
We stayed here in September 2005. This hotel is fairly central, 5 mins walk from main bus / train station Termini. You could walk to the Trevi Fountain in about 25 mins. It is in a block that has different hotels on every floor. The lift was very slow. We found it noisy only on one night when a tour of what seemed to be students arrived but other than that it was fine. Breakfast is basic but sufficient. The double room was clean but the air conditioning did not work but was fixed immediately when we reported it. Overall I think this hotel is good for the location and the fact it is clean. Do not pay extra for a balcony as the view is a tiny not much to see "coutyard". It is a waste to spend all day in a hotel when you are in such a wonderful city as Rome...so really I would not be too overly concerned about where I stay if you plan to sightsee and be out and about all day. For people travelling with Ryanair, the Ryanair commuter bus to the city stops near this hotel - walking distance which is handy.This is a safe enough bet when looking for a hotel in Rome. It is not luxury but it clean, central, a good bit above basic and the staff are helpful. I would stay here again.
We stayed in the Dolomiti for 4 nights over New Year's, which is one of the top seasons in Rome. While we realised that EUR 127 incl. breakfast for 2 is a bargain for Rome at this of year, we had certain expectations, as the hotel has been recommended by one well known travel guide and at the time of booking had a very favourable review by a tripadvisor member.
Completely concur with the previous review. Called last minute from southern Italy and this was the only place in the lonely planet budget section that had a room and that only a double share bath for 80 euros. Don't be fooled by the outside it is nicely renovated and absolutely spotless with good english by those manning the desk and phone.
My husband and I stayed at Hotel Dolomiti for the second time recently and found it to be very good value overall. Our first visit was 3 years ago and we shared a bathroom to save money that time. We had no problems, all facilities were always spotlessly clean, but decided to spend the extra for private bathroom this time. All accommodation in Rome is expensive, especially when you're converting to AUD, so our choice came down to how much we were willing to pay. We said last time that next visit we would stay in the centre of Rome, but finding availability was difficult and it was so much more expensive we couldn't come at it.