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Young and well-to-do families are the street flavour of Parioli. A new kind of Rome, this area is centuries away from the Renaissance with its pockets of 1930s palaces, tony boutiques, open-air markets and plenty of coffee shops. Parioli was built as an enclave for last century’s haute bourgeois and still represents as such in 21st century Rome. Need a break? The area has several great sporting clubs known for tennis and riding, a wonderful modern art museum, easy access to the zoo (Europe’s oldest), and is nestled around Rome’s very best parks including Villa Borghese, Villa Ada and Villa Glori.
This was well worth the visit again good price and walking through the Bunker Villa Ada Savoia was fantastic we had a great time looking around and the past history was amazing worth the visit and not bad price
A lovely park for gently strolling around and relaxing away from the hustle and bustle of Rome. There are plenty of shaded paths and some lovely trees. We even saw some turtles in a very small lake. Do stay to the large paths though as some small paths are overgrown and go nowhere.
Sacred & Religious Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
"Masjid is beautiful but need more people visiting it to encourage administration to maintain and clean it."
reviewed 7 January 2020 by mam00nZ
Masjid is beautiful but need more people visiting it to encourage administration to maintain and clean it. They also need to have visiting hours throughout each day of the week. The staff who we saw are very very friendly and helpful.
"Joshua Bell: Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia"
reviewed 25 February 2019 by AshBiber
We booked thsi concert a few weeks ago just after booking tickets to Rome - I have to say that it wss one of the best concerts I've been to the acoustics were amazing! Joshua Bell played so brilliantly, no wonder he's rated no 17 in the world- a pleasure!
Great food and big portions, great value. The staff were great too. The chicken fish I had was massive, nice fusion of Italian and Asian. Didn't need the side dish. Most clients looked to be locals. Worth booking as we were lucky to get the last table.
RRRR • Italian, International, Mediterranean, European
reviewed 21 August 2019 by daniella_brookes
Amazing place with amazing food, ambiance and food !! We were recommended to come here by our Italian friend who used to work here a few years ago, and we were not dissapointed. The food is absolutely delicious and not over priced or pretentious. We recommend anyone visiting Rome to give it a go, honestly you wont regret or forget...
We were taken out to a grand meal at Al Ceppo and enjoyed every minute. We were well looked after by attentive hosts and waiters who understood our wishes for every item ordered.The decor was lush, bordering on luxurious and the food was superior. We understand it was expensive but luckily that wasn't our concern. I'd certainly return for another...
We were happy with the hotel but not having been to Rome before we didn’t realise how far the hotel was from the attractions. It’s about a 50 minute walk to the city centre, there is one bus, the 360 which stops about 20 metres from the hotel on the way back and is only a short walk to the...
A little out of the way, you couldn’t walk into the city but buses right outside the hotel were very frequent and a small charge of £1.30. Run 24 hours.
I couldn’t see any views from our room but our room was very good. Very clean. Very spacious. Had everything you could want like toiletries. Clean towels.
Staff excellent, and...
"WiFi broken, reduced breakfast but pleasant stay"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by C4194JZandrewg
Remembering a previous enjoyable stay, I returned to this hotel shortly after it reopened post COVID pandemic.
The occupancy was extremely low, but the staff did not allow this to detract from their friendly and customer focused nature.
Despite not being a benefit for Hilton Diamond members the hotel offered us a free upgrade to a top floor junior suite....
Gracious, comfortable, small, clean hotel with lovely old-fashioned touches. Walk down a couple of blocks for buses and trams to the centre of the city. Two glorious parks and shops a short walk away. All staff, without exception, obliging and helpful. Quiet, and not crammed with tourists. Room a bit small but has a lovely view of via Salaria from...
Great location near Piazza Navona. Friendly, helpful staff. BUT, the elevator was out of order a couple of times in our four-day stay. Room and towels were not serviced every day, perhaps because of this. Rooftop bar is very expensive. At the restaurant we were offered a choice of three wines but not told the price. I know, I know,...