If you're after classical, intimate and quiet accommodation to make a break in Rome that extra bit special, consider the Villa Morgagni Hotel. This elegant villa offers a secluded respite in the heart of the city, as a long driveway gives Villa Morgagni Hotel quiet surroundings. However, the hotel is located in the beautiful university area of the city, near a number of impressive sights, such as the University of Rome ad Villa Torlonia Park, as well as an easy distance from Rome's main train station or “Termini” and a mere five minute way from the Policlinico underground stop, making exploring Rome accessible as well as a quick trip to the Leonardo Da Vinci airport.
Villa Morgagni Hotel is one of Rome's best, rated at 4 stars and oozing luxury. Visitors enjoy the refined decor of this 19th century villa, with classy tapestry upholstery and well-furnished rooms to make your stay memorable. All rooms include air conditioning, satellite TV, direct telephone, minibar and safe, and the Smart Rooms include hydro-massage tubs and plasma TV. Some rooms also have a private terrace. All guests can enjoy ultimate relaxation in the Villa Morgagni Hotel's Turkish bath and sauna, perfect for chilling out after a day's sight seeing or working.
You can expect great service at the Villa Morgagni Hotel, whether on business or leisure travelling. A meeting room, equipped with computers and projection systems, makes business trips easy and internet access in the lobby means travellers can get online. Other services include private parking, a reservation service for museum and event tickets to make sure you don't miss a thing during your Rome holiday, a shuttle service to aid your travelling and 24 hour reception with staff proficient in English, German, Spanish and French.
Distance from Airport:
18 miles - Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport
Location and Resort:
Rome is truly one of the most impressive and historical cities in the world and will likely take more than just one trip to see all of its incredible sights. Most famous for its history and ancient buildings it has unsurprisingly been designed a UNESCO World Heritage Site with some of the major attractions being the Roman Collesium, the Pantheon built in 118 AD by Emperor Hadrian and the impressive site of 18th century Trevi Fountain.
The city is also has everything you need for shopping too with traditional markets selling local produce and crafts such as the Campo de Flori that has been held for the last 140 years, to famous streets Via Condotti and Via Cola di Rienzo where you can find all the famous fashion names as well as cafes, boutique shops and much more.
Eating and Drinking:
The Villa Morgagni Hotel has a cosy bar, but no restaurant. But you're in one of the best cities in the world for dining!
The Villa Morgagni Hotel has no swimming pool - but you can relax in the sauna and Turkish baths.
For couples and business travellers looking for a luxurious, quiet stay, a short distance from the delights of Rome.
Families, couples and business travellers