Kennedy Hotel

Address: Via Filippo Turati 62-64, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore, Termini Station (Stazione Termini), Santa Prassede, and Piazza Vittorio Emanuele II.
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Pets allowed


          • Suites


          • Shuttle bus service
          • TV Channel One Russia
          • Continental Breakfast

          TravelPod Member ReviewsKennedy Hotel Rome

          Reviewed by tonivanhamond

          Just live able!

          Reviewed Sep 22, 2013
          by (2 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Staff need a personality transplant!!!!

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

          Reviewed by williamsfamnz

          Ok accommodation

          Reviewed May 19, 2013
          by (2 reviews) , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

          Rooms ok but rest a bit rundown. Breakfast was good and plenty of it

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Kennedy Hotel Rome

          3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

          Travel Blogs from Rome

          First Roman impressions

          A travel blog entry by goldfishnz on Sep 22, 2015

          3 photos

          ... church covered with jaw-dropping statuary and mosaics. It was dedicated to two 17th century popes but I didn't find out the name of the church. We bought gelato from a nearby cafe, and declining to pay 13E to sit at a table, went and sat on a fountain's steps so we could admire the church while eating. Two heavily armed and camo'd soldiers lingered nearby, no doubt keeping an eye out for terrorists. They were probably worried about Sean; with his ...

          Rome - Day 2

          A travel blog entry by chrismoselen on Dec 08, 2014

          11 photos

          ... stunning and perfect for waking around in. We headed to Piazza del Popolo first where buskers were out doing their thing and everyone seemed in a happy mood. While we were there we also visited the Leonardo da Vinci Museum a fascinating small museum dedicated to the recreation of the machines that Leonardo had drawn up in his note books. The machines exactly followed his designs and it was easy to see the huge impact Leonardo's ideas have had on modern technology. It ...

          Magnificent Monuments

          A travel blog entry by louize74 on Oct 27, 2013

          1 comment, 47 photos

          ... little history lesson but I thought it needed to be included to fully comprehend how we felt walking around and through this historic icon. I mean the ghosts of 700 000 men lurked around us as we took photos and gasped at the gruesome stories of days gone.

          Although the Colosseum has such a horrific bloody history, it was really interesting to learn more about it and to stand inside those mighty walls and feel the power of the ...

          Four churches - One day

          A travel blog entry by marczimmer on Jul 26, 2013

          10 photos

          After a delicious breakfast at our delightful little hotel Marc and Matthew set out to see the Protestant Cemetery that was closed last night. They got to visit with the English poets Shelley and Keats while Caitlin and I sat in the shade on our terrace gathering strength for what we knew was going to be another hot day ahead of us.

          Our first stop was a church called Santa Maria ...


          A travel blog entry by bitsy.gypsy on Apr 27, 2013

          7 photos

          ... home for a rain jacket or to use a free water closet, 'toilet'.

          Speaking of toilets, we saw our first really rude American tourist: he rudely acquired an Italian's attention with a hand on the shoulder and a "hey"; he asked in a forceful tone, "where is the bathroom?" The Italian, of course surprised at the harshness of this individual was bit taken aback. The Italian did not know the word "bathroom". The ...