Piemonte Hotel

Address: Via Vicenza 32/C, Rome, Lazio, 00185, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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          • Wheelchair accessibility

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          • Room service
          • Continental Breakfast
           

          TravelPod Member ReviewsPiemonte Hotel Rome

          Reviewed by amy_louise17

          Cheap and Cheerful

          Reviewed Mar 7, 2016
          by (2 reviews) Cardiff , United Kingdom Flag of United Kingdom

          Very nice hotel. Friendly staff. Stayed in the annexe of the hotel. Was on the third flood so didn't hear a lot of traffic. Very clean room with room cleaning every day. Everything you would look for when booking a cheap city break. Location was really good as it was directly opposite Termini Train station which was the centre to all buses, trains and metro. Only thing that let this hotel down was the breakfast. I would definitely stay here again.

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

          TripAdvisor Reviews Piemonte Hotel Rome

          4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
           

          Travel Blogs from Rome

          Adventures to the Eternal City: Rome

          A travel blog entry by amy_louise17 on Mar 07, 2016

          8 photos

          So having being without a Passport for three years, I've finally decided to renew and jet myself off to the Eternal City. Rome.

          Rome, a city with an unlimited amount of culture it will leave you breathless. From the Roman Gladiators of the Colosseum, to the deeply religious Vatican City State. There is always something to do, day or night …

          Rome part 2

          A travel blog entry by chrisandbruce on Sep 16, 2015

          2 comments, 11 photos

          ... and built on the site of an earlier church. The present building was built by Hadrian about 125AD and has the most beautiful dome that is the world’s largest un-reinforced concrete dome.

          From the Pantheon we headed to the Circus Maximus - but on the way we discovered another wonderful building - the Basilica of St Nicholas in Prison. There was virtually no signage on the church but we were intrigued that the side walls still ...

          Rome too much

          A travel blog entry by paulandphilna on Apr 19, 2015

          2 comments

          ... So no seeing of daylight for them babies either. Anyway all this activity gave them plenty money to built a stunning church. I think the most impressive that I can remember.( The queue at the Cathedral in Florance was kilometers long so couldn't be bothered to go in.) We also went to Etruscan tombs 600 BC. So when they werent digging caves under the town, they were building tombs next to it in between there was lots of slaughtering going on, ...

          Sean and Frances' Wedding

          A travel blog entry by fausettj on Oct 24, 2014

          1 comment, 8 photos

          ... was at the top of a hill on the edge of the property - you could walk up or get a ride on a golf cart. We opted for the walk, and felt very virtuous. Lovely old church and there was a full Nuptial Mass so we were there for a good hour and a quarter. Frances looked divine - her dress was very fitting and simple. The lacy bodice stopped it from being severe. The priest had a good grasp of English but looked alarmingly like The Simpsons' Mr Burns, ...

          Splendour in Europe Part 1

          A travel blog entry by novicetraveller on Jul 10, 2014

          1 photo

          ... of sole surrounded by thinly-sliced potato rounds. The whole arrangement seemed to be dipped in batter then fried. The latter comprised of wafer-thin slices of eggplant layered with basil leaves, crushed tomatoes and mozzarella cheese then baked in the oven. I could have had two servings of the eggplant lasagna. Delizioso!

          And now back to our hotel for our much needed zzzzzzzzzs to gear up for the evening reception dinner and an introduction to the ...