Villa Maria Regina

Via Della Camilluccia 687, Rome, Lazio, 00135, Italy | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Camillucia area of Rome, is near Stadio Olimpico, Grotta di Bossea, Foro Italico, and Ponte Milvio.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsVilla Maria Regina Rome

    Reviewed by warwicksoption

    A relaxing stay

    Reviewed Aug 1, 2014
    by (17 reviews) Auckland , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

    This Hotel is very satisfactory for our purpose, although a little further from town than we had hoped. It is on one of the hills of Rome and takes a taxi ride of about 20 Euro's including tip to get to the city centre. We are told that buses are available and that is no problem other than tourists generally do not want to spend important viewing time travelling and waiting for buses. Our room is a good size and amenities are all working and very clean. Laundry charges are high and will make alternative arrangements. Wi-Fi available and very good breakfasts were served. The staff are all very helpful and I would use he hotel again if I wanted to visit the outer suburbs of Rome.

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

    Reviewed by cheesblog


    Reviewed Jul 4, 2013
    by (19 reviews) Rome , Italy Flag of Italy


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    TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Maria Regina Rome

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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