Champagne Palace Hotel
A lot more interesting inside than outside, but why it's called Champagne Palace is quite a mystery as it doesn't really live up to this grand title! Quite characterful and teamed with history dating back over 100 years.
In the rather downmarket area around the Termini station but lots of night time bars and eateries on the surrounding streets. Excellent public transport links around the city and many major sights easily walk-able from here.
Suit those looking for a bed and breakfast option in a lively part of Rome with a fair amount of local flavour.
Plain corner building on 9-storeys with tall windows and louvre shutters. Just three rooms have balconies.
Property type: Hotel
Balcony/Terrace: Some rooms
Built Year: early 1900s
Exterior: Corner building
Characterful look to the interior with gold gilding on the furnishings and around the walls and old oil paintings on display.Tiny lounge off the lobby and an adjacent wooden bar area. On the seventh floor is a further bar and breakfast room enjoying city views.
There are no grounds.
Area Type: On a busy street corner with many other hotels, bars, eateries and restaurants, right by the main Termini train station. Two metro stations are also nearby. A short walk to a major shopping street, the Opera, National Museum and some large, old churches and piazzas.
Nearest Shops: immediate
- In-room facilities
- Air conditioning
- TV (English language)
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