Albergo del Sole Al Pantheon

Address: Piazza della Rotonda 63, Rome, Lazio, 00186, Italy | 4 star hotel
 
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Historic Center area of Rome, is near Pantheon, Church of Sant'Ignazio Di Loyola, and Santa Maria Sopra Minerva.
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        Services

        • Continental Breakfast
        • Room service
         

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        Travel Blogs from Rome

        The Colosseum, and turning on of Trevi Fountain

        A travel blog entry by jacquidaly on Nov 03, 2015

        5 photos

        ... the top a long way from the action) We also heard about the gruesome games that were played there. That was the first part of our tour, next we were off to see the Roman Forum and Pallatine Hill. The Roman Forum is a huge rectangular area of ruins, which was for centuries the centre of the Public life of Rome. Speeches, elections,criminal trails, and commercial business was all held here. It was also where the Senate began. The area ...

        Coliseum and the Forum

        A travel blog entry by timthrelkeld on Jun 07, 2015

        15 photos

        ... great and a must see. I, of course, lagged behind everyone else. If someone took the trouble of writing the words, you have got to read them! Well, I knew that there was a nice cafe on top of the museum and, after much wondering, I found it. In the meantime, my family decides to exit the museum but fortunately was able to re-enter.

        The Roma Pass is worth it. Patty and me had the pass and then it was only 4 euro for the two of the ...

        Ciao Roma!

        A travel blog entry by pmytkowi on Apr 17, 2015

        3 comments, 22 photos

        ... female, at least!). Another bonus is that more of the Coliseum is available for viewing today-for a price, of course- but the tour of the top upper ring and the subterranean areas-kind of like the backstage area for the gladiators to prepare-can now be seen on private tour-well worth doing, by the way. Our architectural doctoral student-guide added details I might have missed. One, in particular, was that the women, ...

        Assisi and Roma - It was intense.

        A travel blog entry by lizziep on Apr 12, 2014

        4 photos

        ... yesterday. I got back to our hotel at about 11:30. With the car. If Florence was a study in why not to bring a car into major cities in Italy, Rome was the final exam.

        Lizzie summed up what happened pretty well. She wasn’t feeling well, so we checked into the hotel and I let her go upstairs, take a bath, and go to bed. I put the map on my phone and started driving away. I did a quick check – the directions said it would take about 13 minutes to get to Termini, ...

        The Road to Rome

        A travel blog entry by swdsull on Aug 23, 2013

        3 comments, 10 photos

        ... at the end of quite a journey through this part of Rome, and reminiscent of a centurion returning from some distant foreign campaign (or so I fancied myself), I arrived, beat up by the pavement but stoked of my surroundings, at the reception desk of my destination. Things fell into place swimmingly after I went through the embarrassment of pulling a sweat-soaked passport from the body-hugging document protector I was wearing ...