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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Miami Rome
The hotel's location is perfect. The hotel is centrally located and made it walkable to all of Rome. I walked to and from the Stazione Termini without any problems. The staff was very accomodating and spoke excellent English. I will stay at this hotel again the next time I'm in Rome.
Have just returned from a 5-day stay in Rome and can thoroughly recommend the Miami Hotel. The staff are exceptionally friendly and the hotel spotlessly clean - it has recently been refurbished to a very high standard. The only negative comment I would make is that the breakfast room is too small when the hotel is busy (especially over the weekend), and the choice of food is a little limited, although adequate. Would definitely use it again if going back to Rome.
Several things that make it great:
1) the central location - all the major tourist attractions are within walking distance of the hotel 2) the room itself - the air conditioning in the summer of 2003 was a godsend! v. good furnishing and comfortable interior decor as well.
3) Close proximity to Stazione Termini was v. helpful to first-time visitors to the Eternal City (like myself) 4) The generally friendly and helpful staff really makes the stay enjoyable.
A few minor lags like the little variety of food in the breakfast table but that does not detract from my opinion that H. Miami is a great place to stay in when in Rome. Highly recommended.
Very good hotel
Excellent hotel. Good location, friendly staff. Only negative was breakfast - cramped room and poor quality. Coffee was from a machine.
Hotel Miam's Excellent Location
On arriving in Rome, we found the Miami Hotel without any problem as it is located right in the city centre. It really is, as the hotel's website states, within walking distance of all sightseeing. We easily found the Colliseum, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, the Vatican etc. The hotel's reception staff were very friendly and helpful and the hotel room was very comfortable and spotlessly clean. We enjoyed our continental breakfast. We look forward to returning to the Miami Hotel in the future.
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We hopped on an overnight train to head to Rome, also signaling the end of our trip was near. The good news is that we mostly slept that train trip away. The bad news was that Leo had a bit of a temperature and was a bit miserable. Still come 9am we had arrived in Rome and there was a pharmacy at the train station so all was good. It was a quick taxi ride to our hotel who were delighted by the bambino coming to stay with them. After dropping the luggage we strolled to ...
... artichoke and ham.
After lunch we took a shortcut through St. John Lateran to Basilica of the Holy Cross in Jerusalem (Basilica di Santa Croce in Gerusalemme) our last church! It contained the relics that St. Helena brought back from Constantinople. The relics were amazing and included: a part of ...
... some flexibility with her schedule. We went on the Colosseum and Imperial Rome tour which was a little different than the one that Karl and I took. The morning was gorgeous with bright sunny skies although rain was forecast for the afternoon. We started the tour in a small park overlooking the Colossum. We discussed a lot about the history of the Colosseum, what was there before it was built, and why it was important to the people of Rome at the time. I still ...
... ago, so after finding a street map from tourist info I made my way across town to the porta maggoria. It was built in the first century AD when the aqueducts were being built and became part of the city walls, and is the support for two converging aqueducts, the Aqua Claudia, which was built on top of the pre-existing Anio Novus.
I was so happy with my find, pretty sad, but maybe due to me working for a water based consultancy for ...
... of the new Basilica. So all these builders, engineers, architects and artists were laboring meters, yards, and sometimes just feet away from the most important feature of the entire site, and they didn't know it! Earlier authorities did however, and one anonymous soul scrawled a simple note on a graffitti wall at the westernmost aspect of the necropolis. Near a small crack and hastily repaired hole in the wall is written, Peter is ...