- How far is Termini Station from all the Rome accommodations?
Termini Station is close to the guesthouses : Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and the budget studioPuss in Boots. The self catering apartments: The Retreat,The Orange Grove and Comfort Stayare all located in Via Laurina, in Spanish Steps.
- Are there stops of the underground close to the accommodations?
Yes, to get to Sleeping Beauty, the nearest stop is SAN GIOVANNI; to get to Snow White it is VITTORIO EMANUELE; to get to Puss in Boots it is MANZONI. To get to all the Spanish Steps apartments the most practical stop is: SPAGNA.
- Is there parking in the vicinity?
Yes. There are places to park on the road, near all the accommodations.. These parking places are indicated by blue lines . You can park your car here for 1,00 euro per hour. The tickets can be purchased either at the vending machines along the sidewalk (which take coins only), or at Tabacchi shops. There are also some large public and private parking garages around Termini Station, around the area of San Giovanni, and close to the Piazza di Spagna. The most accessible parking garage here is ParkSi (in the Villa Borghese area). The staff will help you to get to all the useful information.
- How and when I can cancel or modify my reservation?
It is possible to cancel or modify the booking up to 7 days before the arrival day. If you cancel or alter your reservation within this period, we are entitled to charge you the amount of the first night on your credit card. To modify or cancel the reservation please send an email to the following email address:email@example.com
- Is it possible to rent cars, bikes or scooters near the accommodations?
Scooter and bicycles can be rented around Termini Station and in all the central areas close our accommodations; The Staff will provide you with all the relevant information.
- About shopping, which are the opening hours and the best areas?
Shops in Rome usually open from 9am-1pm and from 3.30-7.30pm (4-8pm in Summer), except on Sundays and Monday mornings. The recommended areas are: Spanish Steps area (Via del Corso, Via Condotti), Via Nazionale, Via Cola di Rienzo (in Vatican area), Piazza Navona (Via del Governo Vecchio), Porta Portese, the famous Roman flea market. Really you can find great shops and bargains throughout the whole city.
- Which entertainment is there in Rome?
Rome entertainment is dominated by gastronomic pleasures. There’s a reasonable number of smaller theatres, nightclubs, bars, literary cafes, football matches and many more evening activities waiting to be discovered. Trastevere and Testaccio are the ideal areas to go for a meal and enjoy the night.
- Which is the best time in the year to visit Rome?
Any time is a good time to visit Rome! You will find the best weather in spring and autumn (late March through May) but also winter and summer have it’s charm. Come to Rome in the summer and you can go to the beach (Ostia) in the day time, and go see the sites at night. Some of the most famous food in Rome on the other hand is on the menu in winter: pasta carbonara, o matriciana….with a nice glass of red wine to warm you up. Or in the weeks leading up to Christmas, you get to see the Christmas fair on Piazza Navona and nativity scenes are set up in the Spanish Steps, on Piazza San Pietro, (vatican) and in all the churches around the city.