Guesthouse Raffaello Rome
You will hardly be able to lodge in an area that is richer with monuments and sights: just in face of Castel Sant’Angelo is right around the corner from the venue (4’). The beautiful Supreme Court building (5’), Saint Peter’s Square (10’) , Navona Square (5’) and Campo dei Fiori (7’) are a short walk away. No far away Trevi Fountain (20’), Spanish Steps (25’), or Trastevere (30’).
How to Reach Us
If you land at Rome Fiumicino transfer from/to airport is 45€ (link). The standard taxi fare to Raffaello is 48€. A train, Leonardo Express, 16€, connect you to Rome’s main train station (Termini) from which transfer to the venue is available via public bus line 40 for 1,5. If you are landing in Ciampino, the taxi fare is 30. You may also take a bus to via Crescenzio, which is a short walk from us.
If you are arriving at Termini (railway station) you may take bus 40. The venue is 6 stops away, and the ride is 25 minutes. If your train gets in at Tiburtina (Rome’s second largest railway station), you will need to get on bus number 62. The ride to the hotel is 40 minutes. If you will be using Rome’s public transit, please note that tickets must be purchased before boarding buses.
If you will be joining us by car, please be aware that the hotel is in a restricted traffic area, where cars are not admitted from 6AM to 6PM, Monday through Friday, and from 2PM to 6PM on Saturday. Traffic is also prohibited on Fridays and Saturdays from 11PM to 3AM.
Services in the area
A parking garage is available at via Paola (one block from here) for 40€/night. Terminal Gianicolo a big parking is also nearby. The price is 36€ for 24h, 71,20 for 3 days.
Raffaello is conveniently located near many public transit stops. On Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, right across the street from the venue, there are bus lines that can take you to the Vatican. However, we suggest that you walk around and explore the city instead. Most of the sights are within 30 minutes of the hotel.
Wellness & Beauty
Alterego, for hair an body care, is a few steps away, and so is BH hair stylist and Wonderfool.
Sport & Fitness
The venue is a short walk from MOVES, a small gym in via dei Coronari. Something more? Why don’t you contact Monia or Mauro for Pilates, personal trainer or jogging?. Castel Sant’Angelo, Gianicolo walk and the banks of the river are great for biking and jogging.
Food & Drink
As one can easily imagine, the center of Rome has a lot to offer! Here are some of our top picks:
Simò pane e vino, via di Parione 34
La Romana, bio sliced pizza, via del Governo Vecchio 10
Pasta Imperiale, via dei Coronari, 160
Brassai, via di Panico, 28
Vino e camino, piazza dell’oro, 6 / www.vinoecamino.it
Osteria del Pegno, vicolo di Montevecchio, 8
The Focaccia, via della Pace 11 / www.1stmuse.com/focaccia/
If you want to try some authentic roman pastry, go to the ghetto. Otherwise you can try:
La Deliziosa, vicolo Savelli 50, for the ricotta cheese and chocolate or visciole (cerries) cake
la pasticceria delle Cinque Lune for the ancient Rome pastries, corso Rinascimento 89.
Gelateria del Teatro, via dei Coronari, 65
camBIO vita, via del Governo Vecchio 54-55, where you can taste a special tartufo of Pizzo Calabro.