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The Marc’ Aurelio hotel is handily located close to the Vatican City with excellent connections by bus and metro to the heart of Rome and all the major attractions, including the Spanish Steps and Colosseum.
All of the well-appointed rooms at the Marc’ Aurelio hotel are designed with your comfort in mind. Each room offers air conditioning, a private bathroom with hairdryer and complimentary toiletries, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a telephone, a safe, a minibar and Wi-Fi access. An in-room massage service is also available (on request).
Savour a delicious continental buffet breakfast each morning (package dependent) and be sure to visit the on-site restaurant for a tasty evening meal (times vary). Guests can relax in the American Bar with a cool drink or sit out in the garden after a busy day in the city. The hotel also provides a 24-hour front desk and free, private and guarded parking.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: CORNELIA
- Name: SAN PIETRO
- Distance: 3 kilometres
- Name: FIUMICINO
- Distance: 25 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:00
- Breakfast served to Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Tube/Metro Name: Cornelia
- Nearest Rail Name: San Pietro Distance: 3 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Fiumicino Distance: 25 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 292 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
4* I think not
Stay Date: 10/2016, clive_saunders2 wrote this review.
This hotel was part of a two center holiday booked through Broadway Travel on arrival after a 900 meter walk from the metro station( 10 stops from the Terminal) we were shown to our room. It was dated and in very poor condition a filthy carpet and a… See more
This hotel was part of a two center holiday booked through Broadway Travel on arrival after a 900 meter walk from the metro station( 10 stops from the Terminal) we were shown to our room. It was dated and in very poor condition a filthy carpet and a kingsize bed( two singles pushed together) that was rock hard with pillows to match. The position of the hotel was very far out from the center and not very many services available locally very noisy at night from heavy traffic very bad choice Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, wally551 wrote this review.
The last of our 3 city tour was Rome and our operator picked this hotel. Very poor directions after a long tube ride from the city. Area was run down and in a way dirty... The receptionist was condescending,room very ,very basic with a poor bed mattr… See more
The last of our 3 city tour was Rome and our operator picked this hotel. Very poor directions after a long tube ride from the city. Area was run down and in a way dirty... The receptionist was condescending,room very ,very basic with a poor bed mattresses and tiny bathroom. Bathroom supplies very basic indeed. Buffet breakfast was really poor also. No fresh fruit and no fresh orange juice...terribly disappointing experience when our stay in Venice and Florence had been so delightful . The local restaurants ilpostiglioneroma and fraschettari were the only,repeat only highlight of our stay at this hotel Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2016, PWH2005 wrote this review.
I think adequate is the only way to describe this hotel - which isn't a bad thing! The rooms are ok, the food is ok, the bed is ok, the staff are ok. Nothing jumps out as being amazing but it's hardly a hostel either. Our shower cubical was about… See more
I think adequate is the only way to describe this hotel - which isn't a bad thing! The rooms are ok, the food is ok, the bed is ok, the staff are ok. Nothing jumps out as being amazing but it's hardly a hostel either. Our shower cubical was about 18inchs by 18inchs which was impossible to navigate. But the actual shower pressure was decent so can't complain there, you just couldn't do anything but stand directly under the shower. Even trying to raise your arms to wash out Shampoo would end up hitting the wall/door. One thing I did really like is that it isn't too far a walk from the metro station (about 10mins, slightly uphill). They also didn't have BBC on their TV channel list so we were unable to watch Strictly Come Dancing. Collapse
Around Ancient Rome in 3 days
Stay Date: 10/2016, vaishnav_kp wrote this review.
Rome tour September 2016 Our Rome tour is ever everlasting experience and memorable tour Day1 Piaazza Venezia. Located in geometric center of Rome, named after Cardinal Venezia who in 1455, ordered the construction of his own palace palazzo Venezia… See more
Rome tour September 2016 Our Rome tour is ever everlasting experience and memorable tour Day1 Piaazza Venezia. Located in geometric center of Rome, named after Cardinal Venezia who in 1455, ordered the construction of his own palace palazzo Venezia. W walked to capitoline museum. Splendid copies of Greek and Roman sculptures has been kept on the capitoline hill since 15th century. All the masterpieces including Julius Ceaser are now housed in two meuseum palaces Roman pantheon.. Is most preserved and influential building of Ancient Rome. It is Roman temple designed by Michelangelo. Then walked to fountain of four river located in piazza navona. The fountain of four river s depicts Gods of the four rivers in the four continent..the Nile in Africa, the Ganges in India, the Danulse in Europe and Rio de la Plata in America. A towering marble facade of statues and horses which seem to stempede out of the four rivers on piazza navona, one of the top Rome s attraction that is never to be missed Day 2. Colosseum is one of ancient roman sight, the hugest structure of its type in the Ancient Rome, the elliptical-shaped colosseum took 10 year to built.. It was center of Ancient Rome entertainment where the gladiatorial and animal combats were held, but contrary to popular belief, it was not the place where Christians were put to death. Surely the top tourist attraction of Rome. Vespasian ordered colosseum to be built on the site of Nero s palace. His aim was to gain popularity by staging deadly combats of gladiators and wild animals fight for viewing. It could access 55000 spectator seated according to rank.Outside the colosseum is the arch of Constantine a 25m high monument built in AD 315 to mark victory of Constantine over maxentius. Then walked through the Roman forum which was the central area of the city around which Ancient Rome developed. For centuries it was the site of important structures like arch of Titus , the temple of Saturn, etc. The church of San Luca e Martina all linked by sacra via to Julius Ceaser and Constantine burial place, amongst others. Over viewing the forum is the palantine hill, where Romulus is said to have founded Rome in the 8th century BC, and the emperors lived for over 400 years.xe Walking through piazza Venezia, on the southern side of piazza navona is outstanding monument of victor Emanuel which was built in 1855 and 1911 to celebrate the Italian unification. On opposite side we can see palazzo Bonaparte, home of Napoleon mother. Then proceed to piazza de spagna,Spanish steps, a masterpiece of xviii century, extends itself to French church trinita dei monti.. On the square we find barcaccia fountain built in 1598 by order of the pope Urbano VIII to commemorate the disastrous flood caused by tevere river the very same e year. Then to the architecture of the pantheon...the structure is comprised of a series of interesting pillars of arches. the dome. The interior design is a striking of tradition and innovation. The pantheon gives a glimpses into the marvelous and stunning world of Roman architecture.Italian kings Emanuel II and Umberto as well as famous Renaissance painter Raphael and his fiancé are buried in the pantheon, which s wonderful example of second century Roman architecture that impresses Architects and amazes eyes of casual viewers. Day 3.. The Vatican sights . The Vatican state encloses St. Peter s church and the Vatican museums, the awe-inspiring late Renaissance masterpiece was completed in over 150 years and built over a pre-existing early Christian basilica. The highlights includes Michelangelos paintings , the Vatican gardens, climbing the winding staircases to the top of the cupola for view of the Sistine chapel and raffellos rooms, both part of the Vatican museum,the immense wind-swept square encircled by the colonnade. Vatican is the smallest state in the world, based in Rome in Italy. We had opportunity to see and listen to pope s live speech. More than 1000residents are responsible for the smooth day-to-day running of this nerve center of official Christianity with of course the pope at its head, all guarded by the Swiss guard. St. Peter s square and its imposing colonnade lead to the greatest basilica of the Christian world..st. Peters basilica, the place where many Christians including St. Peter suffered from martyrdom. The colonnade is composed of 284 columns and 88 pillars in a quadruple row, an impressive work to symbolize according to the artist, the gathering of Christianity. Visited piazza del popolo which is largest suburban square near Flamino station in Rome, which means people s square. It derived its name from Santa Maria del popolo. The Flamino obelisk in popolo is surrounded by central fountain in the form of Egyptian style lions. There are two churches of Santa Maria dei miracoli and Santa Maria in montesanto. There is a fountain of netting in the north. The steps lead from popolo to the pincio to the eat and the planted pincio in turn provides a link to the villa borghese garden Collapse
Very friendly staff. Good clean hotel. Good breakfast.
Stay Date: 08/2016, Laura110193 wrote this review.
Stayed here August bank holiday weekend with my boyfriend for 3 nights. Very clean hotel-zero complaints about cleanliness. Very friendly staff, especially the lady and gentlemen that were on the front desk the majority of our stay. Always happy to… See more
Stayed here August bank holiday weekend with my boyfriend for 3 nights. Very clean hotel-zero complaints about cleanliness. Very friendly staff, especially the lady and gentlemen that were on the front desk the majority of our stay. Always happy to help; booking taxis when we required them, got given free wifi for the whole of our stay, always happy to recommend places to eat/drink etc. Got given a takeaway breakfast on our day of departure as we left the hotel at 5am. Maids seemed friendly. Always said hello. Breakfast was good. Buffet selection of cereal, cornflakes, coco pops etc. Fresh bread and pastries. Croissants, pain au chocolat etc. Croissants were amazing. Cold meats and cheese. Eggs and bread. Yoghurts coffee and juice. Plenty of choice. Standard hotel room facilities- which means standard hotel hair drier I have the longest thickest hair imaginable...but luckily I didn't wash my hair so I didn't get to experience the great drying power of the hairdryer. Fairly close to a metro station, a 10-15 minute walk. Had to buy metro and bus tickets from the shop opposite the hotel. Taxi cost about 15 euros to the centre/market at campo dei fiori. 5/10 minute drive to Vatican City but could also get a metro. Not many supermarkets that close by, or if there was, we couldn't find them. So ended up going on a huge walk on our first day as we went out to get bottled water. I don't think many shops sell bottled water? I'm sure if we would of asked the staff would have told us, but we were quite happy exploring. If I'm being really picky the only thing I could fault was the decor. It was a bit dated. But as long as the hotel room is clean, I don't mind about the decor. Loads of seating in the lobby. Breakfast room was bright and big. Couldn't fault this hotel in the slightest Once again the staff on the reception desk were amazing. Really made us feel at ease and comfortable. Thankyou for a present stay. Would definitely return. Collapse
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