[ 2 review(s) ]
Anonymous guest from Colcheseter, GB stayed on October 10, 2005
Recommends the hotel to others? No
Monique from Cambridge, MA US stayed on September 27, 2005
Recommends the hotel to others? Yes
The hotel you have selected -- Cinquantatre Hotel Rome -- may be able to be booked: 1) online using FreeHotelGuide's instantaneous and 100% secure online reservation system; and/or 2) by telephone using the hotel reservation telephone number provided above.
1) Online: When you make your booking online, your hotel reservation is transmitted to the Cinquantatre Hotel Rome through a 100% secure Internet connection that protects your personal and credit card information. Once submitted, your hotel reservation will be confirmed within 60 seconds and sent to the Cinquantatre Hotel Rome computer reservation system in Rome, Italy.
2) Telephone: 1-866-765-9565. Speak to a live customer service agent 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Within moments after your hotel reservation is made, you will receive a duplicate confirmation by email for your records that confirms and guarantees the reservation with all the details you may need for your stay, including the phone number and address of the Cinquantatre Hotel Rome. For your comfort and peace of mind, you may even call the Cinquantatre Hotel Rome to confirm your reservation using the hotel's direct telephone number provided (note: please allow up to 24 hours for some reservations to make it into the hotel's computer system).
Cinquantatre Hotel Rome
Hotel Cinquantatre is situated in the middle of Rome, with the street of Fellini "Dolce Vita", a few steps from the baroque and from the charm of the Imperial Rome . Via Veneto is the most famous street in modern Rome, with its coffee shops, luxury shops and its shining windows . Walking down the street, you will get an idea of the capital artistic wealth: from one side, Porta Pinciana, with its Aurelian's Wall, from the 3rd century with their expansion of nineteen kilometers are the most ample Capitoline monument . From the other side, Piazza Barberini, with its Tritone's Fountain, designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini .