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After spending a week in the Tuscany region, we ended up in Rome for 4 nights, staying at the Hotel Miami. We had a 4th floor room facing the main street, the Via Nationale, but we had no problems with noise. The hotel is located...More
We've just returned from a short break in Rome and the facilities at the Miami were more than adequate for our needs. Location's excellent - practically everywhere you'd want to go is within walking distance and there's a small supermarket closeby where you can buy...More
Stayed here for our last night in Italy. Had previously spent a week in Rome earlier in the trip (not at this hotel) so this was just a "place to sleep" before heading back to the US the next day. I found it to be...More
Myself and my husband stayed at the Hotel Miami, Rome in April 2007. We travelled to Rome to attend a friend's wedding and alot of our friends who were also wedding guests stayed at the Hotel Miami.
We found the hotel to be very clean...More
The one big positive about this hotel is the location. The metro is a stone's throw away, however all the main attractions are within walking distance. Reception are very friendly and willing to help you. The room does the job, although I found the bathroom...More
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$75 - $205 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#239 Family Hotel in Rome
#256 Romantic Hotel in Rome
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Old school vibe from the very beginning is the only way to describe the Esquilino neighborhood. The Esquilino takes pride in being one of the oldest areas in Rome for its key location on one of the city’s famous seven hills. From an ancient neighborhood to its modern incarnation as a multicultural hub, Esquilino always has something going on—polyglot vendors debate street artists while kids play pick-up
basketball games. Look around you: this area isn’t like the historic center. Liberty architecture, large piazzas, and long boulevards mix with archaic arches, secret side alleys, and beautiful churches like Santa Maria Maggiore.
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On arrival at the airport go to the right terminal for the coach station.The terminal was where we arrived There are kiosks there to buy tickets for the coaches which go to the Railway Station. On arrival at the Railway Stn... More
On arrival at the airport go to the right terminal for the coach station.The terminal was where we arrived There are kiosks there to buy tickets for the coaches which go to the Railway Station. On arrival at the Railway Stn do not use taxis parked by the coach dropoff as they are exorbitant and it is only about a quarter of an hours walk to the Hotel. official taxis are just down the road from where the coach stops and in front of Rly station and the fare is not expensive. If walking to the H otel with your back to the Railway Station walk straight ahead and cross over to the far left side and keep walking. The road you need is on the left. The Hotel is on the right side of the road (there is a large Church on the left) and inside a sort of arcade entrance. We got a photo of the road and Hotel off the internet so we had a good idea where it was situated.
Hi, when we arrived at Campino airport there were shuttle buses that run frequently enough outside for like 4 euro I think it was, just pay when you get on don't buy them online. They drop you outside the Terminal Station... More
Hi, when we arrived at Campino airport there were shuttle buses that run frequently enough outside for like 4 euro I think it was, just pay when you get on don't buy them online. They drop you outside the Terminal Station. It's not far from there about 10 minutes.
For tickets buy them online it saves you queuing ages (skip the line tickets) we bought coluseum and the Vatican ones online we were able to just walk right in. Unless you really want to get a guided tour is up to you but I am glad that we didn't you can just take it all in on your own and not stuck behind crowds trying to pay attention and not lose your group. There is information around for you to read anyway. It'll save you money to. For everything else just do it on foot it's within reasonable walking distances. (Vatican City should be planned for a day of its own)
We had one of each. The standard room was a little bigger and had a small balcony with a view over the rear courtyard. Bear in mind the rear courtyard is used to park Post Office vans, so it's not scenic! The standard... More
We had one of each. The standard room was a little bigger and had a small balcony with a view over the rear courtyard. Bear in mind the rear courtyard is used to park Post Office vans, so it's not scenic! The standard bathroom was also a bit bigger. Our two rooms were on the same floor, and other floors may vary a little. This is Rome, and hotel rooms are small. But saying that, I'd go back to Hotel Miami again, and my brother is travelling in a few weeks and they are staying there on my recommendation. Breakfast was good but busy at peak times.
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"If you have problem with loud sounds you have to let the front desk know. They are very nice and..."