Very close to Vatican museum & St Peter's square. Excellent service with very courteous and friendly staff. Hotel is nice with air conditioning. Breakfast is simple but with everything you need to start your day. Many eateries like pizzaria, restaurants & cafes on the street. Pharmacy and grocery store nearby. Thank you to Michel and Marco at the front desk.
The Atlante Garden is a nice hotel. The rooms are big and comfortable, staff are friendly. Location wise it is 5 minutes walk from St Peter's. We had room 117 at the back, nice and quiet. Guests staying at the Atlante Garden also have use of the Atlante Star hotel which is about 5 minutes walk, and we had breakfast there because of the panaramic view from the restuarant on the 5th floor. Wow!!!! And it gets even better on the 6th floor roof garden.
I have read a few negative reviews concerning the state of the rooms, about the lift, the noise, the breakfast and that it is not of the standard of a 4 star hotel. Yes a couple of the tiles in our bathroom were a cracked, yes the lift was a little small but big enough for 4, but the breakfast was more than adequate, the staff helpful, the noise at the back was minimal, and the views from the Atlante Star wow! They ARE as good as the photos so all in all a lovely stay and 4 star is warranted.
Visited Rome for the first time with my husband for four nights. Hotel was everything we needed it to be - perfect location, staff were incredibly helpful and friendly, breakfast was lovely too! Will definitely be going back soon.
Lovely hotel in quiet residential area close to Vatican. Good to get away from the hustle and bustle after a hectic day sightseeing. Somme nice restaurants nearby also. Close to buses and St Pietro station.
This little boutique hotel is located just steps from the Vatican. It is more for the experienced , independent traveler. There is not dining room and a hot breakfast is not provided. There is however a small fridge and a coffe pot in each room and muffins are provided. There are also several restaurants nearby. The small lobby is downstairs and the rooms are upstairs. The very small elevator does not go all the way down so it is necessary to climb some steps. The rooms are very clean and the beds are comfortable. There are some suites that are great for families. My favorite part of this hotel is the wonderful staff. They are all young, very tech savvy, and so helpful.i have stayed there twice and hope to go again some time.
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The world's smallest country, Vatican City is dominated by St Peter's, Christendom's largest church. Michelangelo's humbling 'Pietà' and his Sistine Chapel ceiling frescos are among the world's greatest works of art. The Aurelio area is named after the ancient Via Aurelia, the main road that connected Rome with Spain, and is convenient for visiting the city's sights.