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Palazzo al Velabro ,
If you're going to Rome, staying anywhere less than a palace is just not going to work.
Palazzo al Velabro - a long time Royal Holiday favorite - is a massive apartment-building overlooking the Arch of Janus and the Temple of Vesta, in the very shadow of the Palatine. Elegant and spacious, all day concierge service welcomes Royal Holiday travelers to luxurious apartments, all recently rehabbed, and offering extraordinary views of the city.
With a breakfast room and lounge, guests are always taken care of and an excellent location makes the Palazzo al Velabro ideal for demanding travelers. The main entrance, via the Piazza Bocca della Verità, is between the Circus Maximus, Palatino Hill and Campidoglio Hill.
Just 35 rooms are each equipped with air conditioning, Sat-TV & Sky, telephone, equipped kitchen, Wi-Fi Internet connection, and daily cleaning service. Onsite there are a beauty parlor, conference room, laundry and parking.
Check-In: 15:00:00 hrs. Check-Out: 10:00:00 hrs.
Address: Via del Velabro 16, Roma 00186, Italia
• Front Desk
• Beauty Salon
• Maid Service
• Safe Deposit Box
• Conference Hall
• Lift / Elevator
• Historic Sites
• Swimming Pool
• Cultural Activities
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|Twin Sofa Bed|
|Silverware and Cuttlery|
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|Room distribution and size of bed may vary, however maximum capacity does not vary.|
But in Rome do as the Romans do...
Ancient, beautiful Rome - the Eternal City - has been popular with Royal Holiday-ers since the very beginning. A startling and always thriving European capital, it's also noisily Mediterranean in just the right measure.
Palm trees sway over the quieter piazzas. Narrow, remarkable streets present a challenge to pedestrians and the pushiest motorini alike. But waking up in Rome is always a profoundly hopeful experience.
The smell of espresso and focaccia and dozens of museums and churches and palaces to explore - there's simply nothing else like it.
Royal Holiday travelers have been flying into the Leonardo Da Vinci airport, or arriving by sea, (the train from Civitavecchia takes about 80 minutes), for years and years to experience this magnificent and sun-drenched city. Like in a lot of European cities, Royal Holiday travelers stay right in the center, and with access to everything. There's never a bad time to visit, and a week will leaving you feeling like you know an entirely new Italy.
As Dean Martin put it: "Though there's grinning and mandolining in sunny Italy... The beginning has just begun... when the sun goes down."