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Hotel St. Paul From EUR 53.1,-

Via Vito Volterra 43 00146, Rome, Italy

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No hotel photo available Hotel St. Paul welcomes you to the Garbatella district, a truly Roman residential neighbourhood. The Metro station a 10-minute walk away provides excellent connection to the historic centre.

The hotel is named after the nearby, magnificent Basilica of St. Paul, whose origins go back to the times of Emperor Constantine.

After a long day sightseeing or doing business in town, unwind with a drink and a snack in the hotels American Bar.

The St. Paul Hotel offers 53 rooms decorated in a minimal style, with an Asian touch. Bright furniture, stylish paintings, wooden floors and matching curtains and covers define your elegant retreat.

A generous buffet breakfast comprising sweet and savoury delicacies is served every morning in the refined dining room.

Discounts apply for stays of 3 nights.

Nr. rooms: 53.


Extra Information

Hotel transfers
For cheap transfers to and from this hotel, check www.taxi2hotel.nl
Hotel information
Check-in: 14:00.
Check-out: 12:00.
Room information
The Hotel Saint Paul offers 53 rooms decorated in a minimal Asian style, utilising bright furniture enhanced by stylish paintings, wooden floors and co-ordinated curtains and covers.

The hotel has 38 Twins, 4 Singles, 5 Doubles, and 9 Triples
Food & beverage
Breakfast: a rich buffet breakfast made of sweet and savoury delicacies is served every morning in the refined dining room. To give you a pleasant and quiet awakening, the hotel has decorated the room in calming colors.

American Bar: in the afternoon and in the evening you can sample a wide range of drinks, snacks and refreshing cocktails. Here you find the perfect spot for relaxing after a day of sightseeing.
Area information
Nearby you can find:
- The Basilica di San Paolo Fuori le Mura: the widest of Roman patriarchal basilicas, after San Pietro. The Basilica is just a 10 minute walk from the hotel Saint Paul (metro stop: basilica San Paolo).

- The Catacombs on the Apian Way allows you to trace the origins of the Christian presence in Rome and to explore one of the fundamental aspects of its identity. The Catacombs are in fact the underground cemeteries of the early Christians, located outside the city walls in accordance with the ancient custom that forbade the burying of the dead in the inhabited area. To get there take a bus from Pyramid (3 metro stops away from Basilica San Paolo).

- Stop at Pyramid for a quick visit to an imitation of the Egyptian pyramid called Caius Cestius that were in fashion in Rome after the conquest of Egypt.

- Discover the Trastevere quarter (in Latin, Trans Tiberim) across the Tiber. Up until Augustus, the right bank of the Tiber was outside the city limits, at present Trastevere is one of the most fashionable and charming places in Rome.

- Stroll through the small streets of the borough to the heart of Trastevere to the church of Santa Maria in Trastevere. According to tradition this was the first Catholic Church in Rome to be dedicated to the Virgin Mary and originally it dates back to the 3rd century.

- The Coliseum (Colosseo, Colosseum), was built during the reign of Emperor Vespasiano c. 72 AD and dedicated in 80 AD by his son Titus. The popular name of Coliseum came about because the immense oval stadium was situated next to a colossal statue of Nero. The original name of this ancient Roman sports arena, the largest arena of its kind, is The Amphitheatrum Flavium (3 stops away from Basilica San Paolo, line B).

- From the Coliseum you can take a nice and interesting walk through the Forums, the sacred way was the most famous street in ancient Rome, will take you to Venezia square (Piazza Venezia), the ideal place recommended to tourists to start their discovery of the town, being in a focal point among the Medieval and Renaissance Rome and the centre of the archaeological one.
Travel information
By Public Transport:
From Fiumicino airport:
Take the fast train to Termini train station, then take metro line B in the direction of Laurentina. Get off at Basilica San Paolo and turn left in the direction of Via Ostiense. Keep going until you reach Via Marconi, which is parallel to Via Vito Volterra.

Take the train to Trastevere Station and then bus 170 in the direction of Agricoltura, get off one stop after the Marconi Bridge.

By Car:
From Fiumicino airport:
- Take the motorway in the direction of Roma Eur (centre).
- Exit at Viale Marconi, Università Roma Tre on Viale Marconi.

Excellent connections with bus lines: line 170 brings you to the centre in only 20 minutes, and lines 761 and 791 can take you to different parts of the city.

EUR Business Area:
To go to the EUR it will take just 8 minutes by taxi.
Important information
Please note that for early departures you will be charged for the full amount of the original booked stay.

Hotel Policies

Cancellation Policy
Cancellation Policy: If cancelled or modified up to 1 day before the date of arrival, no fee will be charged.
If cancelled or modified later or in case of no-show, the first night will be charged.

Children and Extra Bed Policy: All children are welcome.
All children under 3 years stay free of charge when using existing bedding.
All children from 3 to 8 years are charged EUR 15.00 per night and person for extra beds.
All older children or adults are charged EUR 30.00 per night and person for extra beds.
Maximum capacity of extra beds in a room is 1.

Deposit Policy: No deposit will be charged.

VAT and city/tourist taxes: VAT is included.
Service charge is included.
City/tourist tax is included.

Internet: Wireless internet is available in the hotel rooms and costs EUR 5.00 per hour.

Meal Plan: American breakfast is included in the room rate.

Parking: No parking available.

Pets: Pets are not allowed.

The hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to arrival.
Children and Extra Bed Policy
14:00 hours.
12:00 hours.