Bettoja Massimo D'Azeglio Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBettoja Massimo D'Azeglio Hotel Rome
I stayed here with a student group. Rooms were nice and the staff were good. It is located a short walk from the Colosseum and is 1 block from the Termini station
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We had breakfast and packed our bags, we had to move to the Massimo Hotel about a block away because this is where we are starting the Tuscan D'lish tour. We were unable to book into our room but we were able to leave our bags. We headed to the bus station at the termini and found the H bus which is to take us to the Jewish Ghetto area. We got off …
We arrived at Rome International airport on July 9th. Today we will visit the Vatican.
... can't stand walking slow , it's a real problem for everyone behind me. Our airbnb in Rome is not the nicest place , it has about 100 cliff like stairs to the top, a musty smell about it,but it has Internet and a nice little terrace very close to the campo dei Fiore. A great Piazza filled with shops and restaurants, street merchants and lots of people! We arrived at about 2 and hit the streets. The first ...
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Enjoy a specialist-guided tour through the spectacular remains of the Roman Empire, beginning at the Colosseum, considered to be the greatest symbol of Ancient Rome’s power and glory. Completed under Titus in 80 A.D., the Colosseum could hold 55,000 spectators, on a par with many of today’s modern sports stadiums. Among the sights included on our tour is the Arch of Constantine, a triumphal arch finished in 315 ...