Via Dell'Arco De'Ginnasi, 3
ROMA (RM)
Suite Argentina overlooks Corso Vittorio at the corner with Largo di Torre Argentina, in the wonderful center of Rome, where legend has it that Julius Caesar was assassinated. It enjoys an exceptional location because it allows you to get around the center of Rome on foot, without having to use taxis or buses, representing the best way to spend your magical and romantic holidays in the Eternal City and the ideal and most relaxing place for your business stays in Rome, and enjoying the center of Rome with the comforts of an excellent hotel but in total freedom. It is just 50 m from the ruins of the Sacred Area of ??Largo di Torre Argentina, 150 m from the Pantheon, Piazza Venezia and the Roman Forum, 200 m from Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, Piazza Farnese, the Portico d'Ottavia and the Synagogue; 400 m from the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps; in 20 minutes on foot you can reach St. Peter's Square, Castel Sant'Angelo and Piazza del Popolo. At the corner of the structure, there is a pharmacy and a minimarket. In the immediate vicinity you will be spoiled for choice: elegant restaurants, taverns where tasty Roman cuisine is served, fast-food restaurants, pizzerias, bars, pastry shops and an infinite variety of shops for every taste and budget. It consists of two Suites located on the same first floor: the Golden Suite (1 double bedroom, 1 open room with sofa bed, 1 bathroom, kitchen, and a large living room, independent entrance); the Red Suite (1 double bedroom, 1 bathroom, kitchenette, and a large living room, independent entrance). Upon request, cots or cribs for children. Coffee, milk, tea, fruit juices, bread, biscuits, jam, biscuits, soft drinks, pretzels, candies and chocolates will be at your disposal, free of charge. In addition, always free of charge, you will have TV, wi-fi, refrigerator, heating, air conditioning, iron and ironing board, hairdryer, cleaning and linen change every 5 days. We also offer, on request, a transfer service from the airports or railway stations of Rome to our structure.
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