Hotel La Scaletta

Address: Lungomare Paolo Toscanelli 130, Lido di Ostia, Lazio, 00121, Italy | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located in the Lido di Ostia area of Lido di Ostia, is near Ostia Antica, Real Rome Tours, and Rome Connection.
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          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Free parking


          • Airport Transportation
          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel La Scaletta Lido di Ostia

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

          Travel Blogs from Lido di Ostia

          A day at the beach

          A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on May 18, 2014

          2 comments, 5 photos

          ... to go into the water. It was a great day to go to the beach, just a little windy. We found some pretty shells that I will use as a souvenir. Before we left, I dug a hole to stand in. I put shoes in front of me, and it made me look short... we have a picture to show too. Well.... going to dinner now! Ciao for now! - Bridget I messed up on the photos. I must've hit a funny setting on my camera. They're a little on the yellow side. - ...

          Rome: uncovering the secrets

          A travel blog entry by helenypsmith on May 11, 2014

          12 photos

          ... between the English and the Italians. They both nickname their buildings. I didn't hear the French do that. At 10. 30 we made our way to the Coliseum. We were informed that the building is not the Coliseum but Flavian's Amphithetre. The Coliseum refers to a massive sculpture of Nero that was over 40 meters high and made of gold covered bronze. Naturally such a statue would not survive, but because it was so large it was called a Colossus and the place where it stood became ...

          Day 17 - Rome

          A travel blog entry by bss-tour-2013 on Dec 08, 2013

          51 photos

          ... and earthquakes, only the north side of the building now remains, as well as the underground passages which are now open to the public. Due to renovations over the years, the outside wall is in fact the original interior wall. A museum dedicated to Eros is to be found on the upper floor of the outer wall. Republic Square Viminal Hill is the smallest of Rome’s Seven Hills, and on its summit you will find the charming Republic Square. This semi-circular piazza was built over the ...

          Walking through Roma

          A travel blog entry by everso on May 30, 2013

          57 photos

          ... that was 10 € a person, minimum of two people. We looked over at their table, and decided to go for it! It all looked so delicious. It was like constantly being surprised, as the menu did not say what all it included ( different from the menus in Canada that always specify everything). In all, we got 7 small dishes ranging from mozzarella and prosciutto to grilled eggplant covered in mozzarella and tomato sauce. They brought two at a time, which gave us tons of ...

          Rome II

          A travel blog entry by dhensby on Oct 10, 2012

          94 photos

          After our tour through the Vatican, that evening we took a walk to the Trevi fountain and we astonished by both the size and beauty of the fountain and the size and but not the beauty of the crowds at the fountain. We didn't throw a coin into the water and will now have to return to do so. The legend is that if you throw a coin you will return to Rome someday (I don't know, maybe to get the coin back). Off from there to the Spanish steps. After that we got ...