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If you're visiting Ladispoli and searching for somewhere to stay, you'll have a neat little selection of hotels at your fingertips. Pick any of the 7 within 5 kilometres of the city centre.
Castello di Palo is a brilliant location to educate yourself on the region's military past. If you're looking to find a hotel close to this spot, Miramare and BedandBreakfast MariaRosaria should be your first point of call.
Let's be real, we don't all have a tonne of money to spend on accommodation. If you are being careful of your pennies, the B&B La Casetta Ladispoli might be a good choice. You could also look at the B&B Millennium.
For more options, look at the Hotel Villa Clementina and the Grand Hotel Stigliano. They are 18 kilometres and 19 kilometres respectively from the center. Further alternatives are the Hilton Rome Airport, 20 kilometres away, and the Casali Santa Brigida, 19 kilometres.
If you'd like to explore some close by localities, think about Santa Marinella and Civitavecchia. Travel 18 kilometres to the northwest of Ladispoli and you'll discover Santa Marinella. Alternatively, Civitavecchia is 30 kilometres to the northwest. Santa Marinella hotels and apartments include the L'Isola and Il Rifugio dei Cardinali. The Hotel San Giorgio and SunBay Park Hotel are some of the choices in Civitavecchia.
Just because you are travelling in Roman Coast, doesn't mean you can't indulge in your love of sport. Olympic Stadium can be found to the east of Ladispoli. To rest your head nearby, secure a room at the Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie or the Kaire Hotel.
Hotels in Ladispoli start at AU$97 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.