Hotel Sant Angelo
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Sant Angelo Rome
Great Location and Service - July 2003
We were there in July 2003 for 3 nights. The location is PERFECT. Easy walks - 15 min to St. Peter, 25 min to Fontana di Trevi and the Spanish Steps. Quiet neighborhood, GREAT staff, very good local restaurants - try Le Nane - great food and the red wine is cheap and very good.
Loved the Sant Angelo
The Hotel was a very nice and the staff was OUTSTANDING! Just a short walk to all of the major sights. The staff was very helpful arranging transportation, providing directions and recommending places to eat. Their transfer service to the airport was excellent. There are several excellent restuarants within a 5 minute walk. These are not the "tourist traps" but good local cuisine. If you are looking for a fancy hotel to "put on airs" this is not the place for you. If you are looking for quiet, friendly & clean with a great location, this is your place. I would definately stay there again. Ron Melton 3 April 2003
Easy walking distance to all sights
We had a pleasant 6 night stay at this Hotel. Made to order coffee in the mornings was great. Very easy walking distance to all major sites and minimal street noise. Friendly staff and having CNN was great.
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... pictures and he gave a fasinating talk about the works as well as michelangelo. We moved on to an area called the pinecone courtyard which as the name suggests has a massive bronze pine cone almost 4 meters high at one end, it used to be a roman fountain spouting water from the top and sat at the pantheon before being moved to the courtyard in the 1600's. This courtyard used to be named the cortile del belvedere and stretched from the palace of pope Innocent to ...
30 August Awoke early to hear Bronte reminding us that is was only three sleeps until her birthday (talk about delayed gratification, she has already been counting down for a week, now). Today we have to face the awful reality of a pack without the safety net of the car. Yep, everything we have must now fit into our bags. Ok, with all bags extended everything, including the three baskets that Jo bought in France (what was she thinking?) is in. So now, an easy drive down ...
... and yay, room.
Awwww waiting in our room was a beautiful basket full of Italian magic antipasto and French champagne . I know we are in Italy, but sometimes it is French champagne or no champagne .
It didn't take long, but I was determined not to fall asleep till I finished this beautiful offering.
We pretty much had our three days in Rome planned to a T, so up we were at 6.30am to get ready for our hotel included breakfast. Made it down by 7.00 ...
... housing supervisor and then UNPACKED! Woohoo!
The last few days have been orientation. That next morning (Wednesday) our first "test" was to walk across town to the hotel where our orientation was. Without any guide. I thought that was a bit much personally. The 30 of us students trekked across Rome, looking like a bunch of touristy Americans. Times like that remind me of the Europe 2007 trip with the Steffens :) We sat through boring presentations (and one cool one ...
... awaiting them. While some people might think this as morbid, the message is supposed to be inspirational and I think I can see that. The friars still use this place everyday for worship and reflection, although the no longer add to the decorations with those that pass away! The adventure continues as we travel to Naples the next day to use as our base for our trips to Capri and Pompeii. Stay tuned for the next installment of thrilling adventures with Cory and ...