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On your way to National Academy of St. Cecilia? From hotels to surrounding attractions, here are some things to think about before you depart.
If you're yet to experience Rome, this is an excellent excuse. You won't run out of things to see and do in the nation's buzzing captial.
Want to stay close to the action? You'll find 824 hotels within only 3 kilometres of National Academy of St. Cecilia. Take a look at the amenities at the Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie (2 kilometres), THE FIRST Luxury Art Hotel Roma (2 kilometres) and the Hotel Eden (3 kilometres).
You'll be able to keep your dollars for more important things if you stay at a low-price hotel. The Casa Montani, 2 kilometres away, and the Villa Laetitia, 2 kilometres away, are some of the top options.
That said, if you're after comfort and luxury, select one of the many upmarket hotels in the immediate area. The Aldrovandi Villa Borghese and the Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & SPA are two such spots to think about. The first is 2 kilometres away and the latter is 2 kilometres.
For an early morning hit or a midday energy spike, grab a coffee at Carrot's. You can find it fortunately close to National Academy of St. Cecilia. When you're ready for a full meal, find a spot at The Duke Hotel Roma. After a few brews? Visit Capitol Club and meet some new friends.
No car, no problem. Simply venture to National Academy of St. Cecilia on the train. Get off at Euclide, the closest station, and then wander 0.7 kilometres.
Hotels in National Academy of St. Cecilia start at AU$94 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.