Rome 3-Star Hotels
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Rome three-star hotels (P-Z)
The "Four Fountains" was renovated in the late 1990s without losing its historic
character. It's next to the Piazza Barberini, a few steps from the Piazza di
Spagna and the Via Veneto.
A royal library once occupied these premises. Today you'll need to bring your
own reading material, such as a guidebook to help you explore the boutiques,
cafÚs, and other attractions of the Via del Corso, Rome's main thoroughfare.
As its name implies, this hotel is near the Castel Sant'Angelo and about a
10-minute walk to the Vatican. It's quite small, with a tasteful decor that
combines feminine charm with simplicity.
The Cortegianni family has been operating this albergo behind the Pantheon since
The Hotel S. Constanza lies just outside the city center, in a residential
neighborhood and close to the mausoleum from which it takes its name. The
Termini station is two stops away by Metro.
An elevator and one specially equipped bedroom make the Siviglia handy for
disabled guests. It's a few blocks northeast of the Termini station, which makes
it a little inconvenient for sightseeing on foot.
Room service is available from 7 a.m. until midnight at the Torino, a family-run
hotel between the Opera Theatre and Santa Maria Maggiore near the Stazione
From the front door of this hotel, the Trevi Fountain is almost close enough for
a coin throw. A buffet breakfast is served in the roof garden (or in an grotto
in winter), and you can retreat indoors when you feel the need for air
TrinitÓ dei Monti
You can climb the Spanish Steps up to the church of TrinitÓ dei Monti without
straying far from your room at this hotel on the lively Via Sistina. The hotel
has 25 rooms on two floors.
Enjoy a panoramic view during your buffet breakfast in the roof garden at the
Tritone, which is located just over 100 yards from the Trevi Fountain. The 43
guestrooms are fully soundproofed.
This 58-room hotel lies near the River Tiber and the Piazza del Popolo, about a
15-minute walk from the busier (and noisier) tourist district of central Rome.
The views from the roof garden are delightful, and the attractively furnished
lounge has a fireplace at this renovated Edwardian-era hotel near the Stazione
Termini and air terminal.