Sunday, 17 May 2015

Hotel Pisa - A great place to stay in Rome!

I recently visited Rome for the first time to do some sight seeing. I stayed for 4 nights and as this was just a quick getaway trip I really didn't want to pay a fortune for a hotel.
Anyone who has looked at hotels in the centre of Rome will understand that although there are plenty, they can really range in price and quality. So if anyone is on a budget but looking for some where for a really pleasant stay in the beautiful capital then I've found the place for you!

Hotel Pisa 




I found a great deal on hotels.com for this place. It was £134 for two people for 4 nights with breakfast included. If you compare that with many centrally located hotels it really is a bargain and you don't have to compromise on quality for this either. It's worth comparing prices on different websites as some offer discounts and special offers so you might be able to shop around. Websites I would always check are -
booking.com
trivago.co.uk
hotels.com
olotels.com and of course its always worth contacting the hotel directly.

The staff were extremely friendly, their English was great and they couldn't be more pleasant no matter what time of day, (or night), it was.

My room was spacious, clean, with ample wardrobe and drawer space. There's air con, a great shower, and a lovely view of either the little winding street or the lovely garden area.


Breakfast consisted of a croissant, toast, biscuits and juice and a coffee or tea. This could be served in your room, (perfect for pecking at whilst getting ready to head out and see the sights), or in their beautiful little private garden to the back, complete with orange trees and a very Italian feel.





























I loved the location of this hotel, the Colosseum and its surrounding areas are only a short walk away and there is a metro stop only 2 minutes down the road. Its also a 20 minute walk away from the Roma Termini station, (or 10 Euro in a taxi). The area is quiet, with local businesses and shops in the surrounding streets. A couple of great restaurants are a stones throw away with amazing waiters and a real authentic Italian experience. A brilliant base for all those who are looking to explore by day but want somewhere clean and pleasant to stay at night.

It's definitely a place I would recommend to anyone I know going to Rome and would love to return to stay if I'm ever in Rome again. Find out more at www.hotelpisaroma.com

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