How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Concierge desk
- Multilingual staff
- Breakfast Available
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
TripAdvisor Reviews City Hotel Rome
Travel Blogs from Rome
... start and walk back to the train terminal. I should point out that this train station is not really like any train station I have ever seen, it’s nearly as big as airport terminal. Not long inside a lady approached us and asked if we were right and we said that we were trying to work out what platform our train left on, she went to the machine and told us…then she wanted money because she had answered our question. Geoff gave her a couple of Euro’s but ...
... that it was impossible to see how far back the crowd extended and said that when full and packed, that almost a million people can fit in. It wasn't full or packed but there were a lot of people. We chatted with the brothers and they suggested we come back early tomorrow, which is what we decided to do. Before leaving Ang purchased rosary beds from street vendors on site, in the logic that if the pope had blessed us, then he'd blessed the beads as well. We decided to have a ...
... cars, they just squish in anywhere or double park. There are a lot of vespas/scooters driving around in and out of traffic.
Today the 11th of September we are leaving for Sorrento. Before we leave we have to have breakfast. Our breakfast is on the roof top of our building, which we can see the top of the Vatican. I'm enjoying a lot of croissants.....Yum!! Afterwards we will have to pack all of our suitcases into the ...
... that. The firefighter, Razi, encouraged me to be confident and really explore the social scene, advice I'm not ignoring. Well after the flight the fun started....
We landed safely after 8 hours, and no sleep. The customs like was ******* ridiculous, it was half an hour in a mob of people all wanting to get the **** out of the airport, it blew. After we fought threw that crowd, we managed to find the train (area?station?IDFK), and got a ticket to ...
... and Preoserpina. He is known for his twisted torsos and the ability to make marble look like skin or bark or cloth. It was such fun to see how passionate Sean is about what he does. Tim calls me "Moses" because I have "people", Sean being one of them.
We then went to one of my son's study abroad old haunts, Scholars, to have an traditional English breakfast. Back to the St Regis to check ...