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San Marcello al Corso

+39 06.69930221 5, St. Marcello Square, Rome
San Marcello al Corso is a church devoted to Pope Marcellus I. While the tradition holds that the church was built over the prison of Pope Marcellus I (d. 309), it is known that the Titulus Marcelli was already present in 418, when Pope Boniface I was elected here. Pope Adrian I, in the 8th century, built a church on the same place, which is currently under the modern church.
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Santa Maria in Via Lata

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Doria Pamphilj Gallery

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Sant'Ignazio Church

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Great hotels in Rome

I Tre Moschettieri

I Tre Moschettieri Guest House is a comfortable and central townhouse accommodation in Rome. Located right in the heart of the city, on Via del Corso, the property is just a stone's throw away from some of the most famous tourist attractions in Rome. Guests can walk to the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, the Piazza Navona and much more. Rome is an enticing and romantic city, and this accommodation is the perfect choice for guests who want to feel that. I Tre Moschettieri Guest House is housed in a building that dates back to the 16th century and has been elegantly decorated. This Rome townhouse accommodation has all of the modern amenities you expect from fine accommodation. There is a restaurant located in the same building, where guests can enjoy Mediterranean cuisine. There is also a television and reading room where you can unwind at the end of a long day of sightseeing. Other amenities include air conditioning, lift, city maps, safety deposit box at the front desk, luggage room, multilingual staff, tourist information, shuttle service, car rentals and wireless Internet access. 

La Papessa

IMPORTANT: inform us about your arrival timeLa Papessa Town House Suite welcomes you in an historical mansion from the mid-500, located right in the heart of the Eternal City, in Via del Corso, the shopping street par excellence of Rome, located a few steps from monuments celebrating the city squares and known throughout the world (Piazza di Spagna, Piazza Navona, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia and the Pantheon) and the most famous shopping streets.The reception hall is given the most current sales services to customers and our multilingual staff, which is known for professionalism, sensitivity and availability, will make available an Internet Corner, Fax Services, Secretary of sending and receiving messages. An LCD 37 'also will keep you informed on the various routes to be followed to visit Rome and to better appreciate the sights, the incredible maze of streets and alleys, monuments and squares from infinity beauty. In the reception room there is also the possibility to benefit from reading books and listening music is distributed throughout the environment.


The 3-star hotel Regno is situated in the heart of the historic centre of Rome, on the famous shopping street Via del Corso, close to the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain. The structure is a historical building from the 16th century, is elegantly decorated, and has a refined and comfortable environment. The lounge is furnished with beautiful original antique furniture and offers a welcoming atmosphere. The hotel has a cosy bar and a delightful terrace.

Hotel Mancino 12

Welcome to Hotel Mancino 12! Within walking distance you will find Roman Forum, Vittorio Emanuele Monument and Piazza Venezia. Also close by are Trajan's Market and Trevi Fountain. Hotel Mancino 12 offers tour/ticket assistance and room service.

Dolce Vita Residence

Location. Located in central Rome, Dolce Vita Residence is steps from Galleria Colonna, Piazza Venezia, and Vittorio Emanuele Monument. Nearby points of interest also include Roman Forum and Trajan's Market. Property Features. For a surcharge, shuttle services include a roundtrip airport shuttle (available on request), an area shuttle, a theme park shuttle, and a cruise ship terminal shuttle. Guest parking is available for a surcharge. Dolce Vita Residence features a rooftop terrace, multilingual staff, and tour/ticket assistance. Room service is available during limited hours. The apartment serves full breakfasts each morning in the room (surcharges apply). Concierge services and tour assistance are available. Additional property amenities include laundry facilities, computer rentals, and dry cleaning/laundry services. A total renovation of this property was completed in July 2011. Guestrooms. 15 air-conditioned guestrooms at Dolce Vita Residence feature minibars and coffee/tea makers. Beds come with down comforters and down blankets. All rooms include separate living rooms and are furnished with queen sofa beds and desks. Bathrooms feature bathtubs or showers with rainfall showerheads. They also offer bidets, complimentary toiletries, and hair dryers. Wired high-speed and wireless Internet access is complimentary. In addition to safes, guestrooms offer direct-dial phones. LCD televisions have premium satellite channels, first-run movies, and pay movies. Rooms also include windows that open. Housekeeping is offered six days a week and guests may request irons/ironing boards. The recreational activities listed below are available either on site or nearby; fees may apply.

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