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Central Rome > Area Via Veneto

Prati Borghese Parioli Flaminio Trieste San Lorenzo and University Termini Marsala Esquiline Hill San Giovanni Via Veneto Termini and Piazza della Repubblica Spanish Steps / Piazza di Spagna Vatican and St. Peter's Trevi Fountain Pantheon Piazza Navona Colosseum and Forum Romanum Testaccio and Aventine Hill Porta Portese Monte Verde Trastevere

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About this area of Rome - Via Veneto:

Via Veneto
Via Veneto
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, "twinned" with Fifth Avenue in New York, is the symbol of the Dolce Vita of the 50s and 60s. The elegant street, celebrated by Federico Fellini, was the hang out of politicians, intellectuals, entertainers and journalists, often immortalised by the ever-present paparazzi. Renowned the world over are its luxurious hotels and its famous cafes. Across from the American Embassy is the Hard Rock Cafe. The entire area was created between the late 1800s and the early 1900s.
After Via del Tritone and Via Veneto were opened into Piazza Barberini
Piazza Barberini
Fontana del Tritone
, the square took on its present aspect. During the 17th century, it was named after the noble Barberini family that owned a large palace here with gardens that has now become the National Gallery of Ancient Art. The Barberini were also celebrated by two fountains by Bernini commissioned by Pope Urban VIII, the Triton fountain in the middle of the square and the Bee fountain by the Via Veneto entrance; the latter bears the family's coat of arms.
Area highlights: Via Veneto - Piazza Barberini

Hotels, Hostels and Bed & Breakfast in this area of Rome:
:: B&B De Cappuccini

De Cappuccini Bed and Breakfast is located in a second-floor appartment in one of the most central and visited areas of Rome: the celebrated Via Veneto at two steps from Piazza Barberini. The elegantly renovated rooms are sure to enhance your Rome holiday to an unforgettable one! All accommodations have tv and in-room electronic safe.
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Luxury Hotel Aleph

Rome Luxury hotel AlephThe Aleph, A Boscolo Luxury Hotel, is an excentric property created by gifted architect Adam D. Tihany, who becomes a modern-day Virgil as he leads you on an amazing journey filled with heavenly places and sinful delights in his very personal interpretation of Dante's Divine Comedy: the Aleph. The rooms are a dramatic combination of eclectic Italian style from the 30's and 40' and sleek minimalist design. All accommodations feature ensuite bathroom with hairdryer, air conditioning, electronic safety box, internet connection, mini bar, pay TV, radio, heating, telephone and facilities for the disabled.
Hotel Aleph, Via di San Basilio 15, Rome - booking - read more...

Hotel Ottocento

Hotel Ottocento appeared on Rome's hotel scene in July 2002. The location, enviable and central, is a short way from the most famous attractions and monuments of Rome. The Hotel is situated in the very heart of the Eternal City, between Via Veneto and Via Sistina close to the Trevi fountain and the Spanish steps. Kindness, hospitality and discretion are our main qualities. Moreover, the hotel houses the "Rossini restaurant", where you can taste the flavour of Italian specialities, and especially local ones.
Hotel Ottocento, Via dei Cappuccini 19, Rome - booking - read more...

Hotel Veneto

3 star hotel located at only 50 metres from Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps in the heart of Rome. The hotel offers 123 rooms with air conditioning, satelite tv and a lovely roof top breakfast room.
Hotel Veneto, Via Piemonte 63, Rome - booking - read more...

Hotel Splendide Royal

5 star Hotel Splendide Royal RomeHotel Splendide Royal, located in Rome's historical centre between Via Veneto and Piazza di Spagna, is a magnificent historic palace built in 1880 that belonged to the Maronite community until 2000. The hotel offers 68 rooms, divided in double, double single use, double single use deluxe, double deluxe and junior suites, all equipped with air conditioning, mini bar, safe, hair dryer, satellite TV, pay TV, Internet WI-FI connection, heating and private bathroom. Some rooms have a magnificent view over Villa Borghese.
Hotel Splendide Royal, Via di Porta Pinciana 14, Rome - booking - read more...

B&B Daphne Veneto

B&B Rome Daphne VenetoDaphne Veneto is an elegant inn, offering superb accommodation and outstanding service. The guest rooms and public areas are tastefully furnished with attention to detail. Our beds have firm Simmons® mattresses, crisp linens, and fluffy comforters. Every room has temperature-controlled air conditioning/heating. We also offer free high-speed internet access. Daphne B&B is run by Elyssa and Alessandro, a young couple from Florida, USA and Rome, Italy, respectively.
B&B Daphne Veneto, Via di San Basilio 55, Rome - booking - read more...

Apartment Sistina

Rome Apartment SistinaThe beautiful Sistina apartment is situated very close to the Spanish Steps, on the top floor of an early 1900's apartment building, offering breathtaking views over Rome's historic centre. The apartment can accomodate between two and six people. It features a double bedroom with a kingsize bed, a second bedroom with a double sofa bed, a bright living room with a double sofa bed, a small balcony, a fully equipped kitchen and a spacious bathroom. The apartment offers air conditioning with remote control, independant heating, satellite TV, a washing machine and a complete supply of bed linens and bathtowels.
Apartment Sistina, Via Sistina 58 B, Apt. 12, Rome - booking - read more...

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Insider's Tip:
Ready for some spooky sightseeing? Visit the Santa Maria della Concezione de Cappuccini Church in Via Veneto 27 (also known as Our Lady the Immaculate or Church of the Capuchins). About halfway up the stairs to the church, on the right side, you will find the entrance to the ossuary of the Capuchin friars. When one of the friars die, he is buried in a vault, and after some time the bones are retrieved and placed in this ossuary, where they are arranged in a macabre style. There are now bones from more than 4.000 brothers who died between 1528 and 1870 decorating the ossuary walls and ceiling.

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