Guesthouse | Via Domenichino 7, Rome, Italy 00184
70 out of 83 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (16/09/2013)
"The property was incredibly central. We were within walking distance from every main tourist attraction and next to the cafe where we breakfasted each morning. It was a sparse room, but fairly clean, and we only really…"Read all Ares Rooms reviews
- Credit cards accepted
- No curfew
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour hot showers
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 5 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 12:00
Latest Check-out: 10:30
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About Ares Rooms
This simple yet comfortable and very intimate establishment is located on the 5th floor (there's a lift!) of a solid beautiful late-19th century building, on the highest point of the historical centre of Rome.
Several of the rooms, which are situated on three sides of the building, offer beautiful views and panoramic glimpses of monuments such as the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore, Piazza Venezia and Saint Peter's in the Vatican; others benefit from the silence of the well-kept picturesque interior courtyards.
At Ares Rooms all its large light airy rooms have double glazed aluminum windows.
There are single rooms (with larger than normal single beds), twins/doubles, triples, etc., all fully and functionally furnished, with a sink, mirror and hairdryer and central heating.
Ares Rooms is located at about 100 m from the Patriarchal Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and about 250 m from Rome's main Termini Rail Station (a major transport hub for mainline/local rail services, rail service to/from "Leonardo da Vinci" International Airport at Fiumicino, metro (underground railway) lines A ad B, with a post office and brand-new shopping mall).
Ares Rooms is on the border between the historical Roman districts of Esquilino and Monti, at a stone's throw from the ancient Basilica of Santa Prassede (with its beautiful medieval mosaics) and the Palazzo Brancaccio (which houses a theatre with the same name and the Oriental Art Museum).
This area of Rome is very vibrant, with many art and handicraft studios and shops, lively restaurants, pubs and wine bars to suit all ages and tastes and attracting a curious, discerning and cosmopolitan crowd. A short walk away are other major attractions, such as the Lateran Complex (Basilica and Cathedral of San Giovanni Laterano, with its Battistero and the Scala Santa or Holy Steps), the Church of San Pietro in Vincoli (which houses the renowned sculpture of Moses by Michelangelo), Emperor Nero's Domus Aurea and the Colosseum, the Roman and Imperial Forums, Piazza Venezia square and many other fascinating and extraordinary historic, artistic and religious monuments and sites.