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Rates shown in Euro (€) & are tax inclusive per room. Booking fees apply
|Check In Instructions||
We require passport or Id card at check-in.
From the "Raccordo Anulare" follow the direction Roma Fiumicino - Leonardo da Vinci Airport. Once at the airport follow the direction Fiumicino Nord, at the first main crossroad turn left and take Via Portuense. The hotel is located in the hotel area, near the Police Headquarters.
From Fiumicino airport:
We organize an airport shuttle on request. Please call us upon your arrival, to tell us if you are at departures (train) or arrivals (plane) in order to make us inform our driver who will reach you in less than 15 mins from your call. Euro 7,50 p.p one way
There is one covered garage and one free parking area. One night parking is included for when the room is booked. Any further day costs Euros 5,00.
|Things To Do||
Fiumicino, in the municipality of Rome until 1992, is now an independent municipality of 60.500 inhabitants in the province of Rome. It is located on the Tyrrhenian coast northern the Tiber delta named Traiano's canal.
Parco Leonardo Trade Center
Parco Leonardo Trade Center is equipped with an Entertaining Palace, the future Office Park and located near the MetroRail Station.
The new Trade Fair of Rome
The near New Trade Fair of Rome has been built to better develop the international trade fair business in Rome.
Rome, known all over the world as the eternal city or Urbe, hosts every year about 6 millions of tourists who choose to visit the ancient city and its most important attraction as the Coliseum and Imperial Forums, the Baroque Rome's art which includes the Quirinal Palace, Via del Tritone and Piazza Navona or the Religious Area with the Vatican City. Once you have seen all those fantastic attractions it is time for shopping in the famous area that includes Via Condotti, Via del Corso and Via Margutta and for a relaxing walk through Villa Borghese and Villa Panphili gardens.
The Latin name refers to the Tiber outlet (Ostium). According to tradition, Ostia Antica was founded by the legendary fourth king of Rome Anco Marzio as the port of Rome