Rome 3-Star Hotels
ABOVE: Signor Massimo IV holds court in the
Rome three-star hotels (A-E)
The Trevi fountain is literally steps away from this 58-room hotel. Rates
include a buffet breakfast.
Many of the Alexandra's traditionally decorated rooms overlook the Via Veneto.
The hotel is within walking distance of the Termini railroad station.
Each of the 52 rooms in this converted 19th Century house is uniquely furnished,
and every room has an Internet connection.
The Hotel Aphrodite was renovated and upgraded to three-star status in 2003. Its 48 single, double, and triple
rooms have parquet floors, marble-and-mosaic bathrooms, and brand-new furniture.
The hotel is next to Termini Station.
The "Archangel," located between the city center and the Vatican, has 33 rooms,
a rooftop solarium, and walnut paneling in the public rooms.
Bettoja Nord Nuovo Roma
The least expensive of Bettoja's Rome hotels offers the same generous buffet
breakfast as its four-star counterparts. It occupies a prime site near the Roman
Archaelogical Museum and the Baths of Diocletian.
A large villa with a private garden houses the 48-room Hotel Bled, which on the
Via S. Croce in Gerusalemme near the edge of the city center.
The Opera House is next door, and the Termini Station is 800 yards away. Best of
all, the hotel offers free parking to guests.
The 40-room Hotel Caprice is just off the Via Veneto, halfway between the Porta
Pinciana and the Piazza Barberini. Triple rooms, extra beds, and babysitting are
This modernized century-old hotel is near the Porta Maggiore and the Basilica of
St. John Lateran. Telephones include modem ports, and bathrobes are provided.
If you prefer an attractive residential neighborhood, the Degli Aranci may be a
good choice. It occupies a Liberty villa north of the Villa Borghese on a street
lined with oak and orange trees.
Della Torre Argentina
This hotel is in the Centro Storico, next to ancient Roman ruins and
the Torre Argentina Cat Sanctuary. It has a traditional decor, a terrace, a
reading room, and modern amenities such as air conditioning and free Internet.
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The Hotel delle Muse is on the piazza of the same name; it has a bar, dining
room, and (in summer) a garden restaurant.
The former Hotel Millenium opened in the Jubilee Year of 2000. Its 46 rooms and suites
include two ground-floor rooms that are equipped for disabled guests. The hotel
is near the University of Rome and the Tiburtina railway station, which has
direct train service from Leonardo da Vinci (Fiumicino) Airport.
Small dogs are allowed at the Diplomatic. Take Fifi on a walk to the Vatican
(just over 300 yards from from the hotel), or led Fido haul you 200 meters to
the Piazza di Spagna.
The bathrooms may not be large at this new 48-room hotel, but all have Jacuzzi
tubs. The Termini station is just 100 meters (about the length of a football
Rates are reasonable at the Duca d'Alba, which is handy to the Forum and the
A location near the Colosseum and the Forum, a parking lot, and a patio-garden
make the Edera appealing. The hotel has wheelchair-accessible rooms on the