The hotel, which opened in 2006, has a total of 93 rooms. Built in a former convent, it is now a comfortable and welcoming hotel, combining elegance with a relaxing ambience, designed to meet the needs of any traveller. The guests are spoiled by the capable, multilingual staff, who rise to the challenge of meeting guests' every need, be it in the realm of travel, business or pleasure. Among the facilities offered by this hotel are a 24-hour reception desk, express check-in and check-out, currency exchange facilities and lift access, as well as a bar, disability-friendly facilities, Internet access, a WLAN access point (for an additional fee), a fax/ photocopy machine, a left-luggage room and car hire. In addition to this there is a concierge service and parking (for an additional fee), as well as ironing, laundry and room services. Microchip cards grant guests access to their rooms, allowing the hotel to keep a record of those who enter it in guests' absence, and there are smoke detectors in all rooms and public areas.The tastefully decorated rooms are sound-proofed and each comes with an en suite marble bathroom with shower or bathtub, a hairdryer, a range of toiletries, a direct dial telephone, a large, illuminated mirror, a plasma-screen television, a satellite TV, WLAN access, an electronic safe, a minibar, tea and coffee-making facilities and either a double or a king-size bed. Rooms offering disabled access and non-smoking rooms may also be booked.
From the GRA (Grande Raccordo Anulare) follow the indications to the centre of Rome and get in to Piazza Di Porta San Giovanni, turn right onto Via Emanuele Filiberto and at n.155 you will find the hotel. |From the main train station Termini need to take the tube line A (red) and get off at the at the Manzoni station .The hotel is 20 m far from the station. |From the airport of Fiumicino Leonardo Da vinci take the train which brings directly to Termini St. and from the there take the tube line A (red) and get off at the Manzoni station .The hotel is 20 m far from the station. |The Roma Fiumicino airport is connected to the city by highway or by a local train service, called Leonardo Express, leaving every 30 min for Termini station. |The Roma Ciampino airport is just a few bus stops from underground line A terminal Anagnina. The ride to Termini takes about 20 min.