Hotel Features. A six-storey terraced townhouse in classical Italian style, the Hotel Stendhal is located on a quiet, traffic-restricted street which is nevertheless close to the city's major landmarks. There is also a library lounge on site, where guests can borrow a book and access the Internet.
The Hotel offers a complimentary buffet breakfast each morning, and there is also a bar serving light snacks and drinks.
The stone-clad meeting hall can be used for social or formal occasions.
Guestrooms. The 30 climate-controlled guestrooms are decorated in neutral creams and blues, with sweeping curtains and porthole mirrors. All have satellite television, minibars and safes. Complimentary newspapers are also provided.
Expert Tip. The best time to visit Rome, with its UNESCO World Heritage listed city centre, is said to be early autumn, in the 'ottobrate' or beautiful October days, when skies are still blue but temperatures manageable.
Single room: One twin bed. Combination of traditional and modern decor with striped wallpaper, richly patterned drapes and wood furnishings. High-speed Internet connection, satellite television, hair dryer, minibar and safe.
Standard Double Room: One double bed. Soundproofing. Marbles, precious woods, and rich fabrics. High-speed Internet connections, satellite television, minibar, and safe. Bathroom with hair dryer and toiletries.
Superior Double/Twin Room: One double bed or two twins beds. One king bed. Soundproofing. Marbles, precious woods, and rich fabrics. High-speed Internet connections, satellite television, radio, CD player, minibar, and safe. Complimentary daily newspaper. Bathroom with scales, hair dryer, bathrobes, slippers, and toiletries.
From Rome Fiumicino Airport (FCO):
Distance to Hotel Stendhal is 35 kilometres, approximately 45 minutes' drive.
Getting there. The hotel provides transport for a surcharge. Alternatively the Leonardo Express runs between the airport and the Termini train station in the city centre every 30 minutes. The journey time is about 35 minutes and single tickets cost 9.50 EUR. The Terravision shuttle bus runs between the airport and Termini station. Taxis to the city centre cost about 60 EUR, and taking a metered licensed taxi is advised. Prices are all subject to change.
Getting around. Rome's historic city centre is easy to explore on foot, as many attractions are located close together. The city has an efficient public transport system, including trams, buses, suburban trains, and metro (underground). Tickets can be purchased from tobacconists and ATAC ticket machines, and should be bought prior to boarding. Single tickets cost 1 EUR, and are valid for 75 minutes, covering one metro trip and unlimited bus travel. Driving in the city centre is not advised for visitors. Prices are all subject to change.
- Dry cleaning service Library
- Internet public area - comp Air-conditioned public areas
- Umbrella Television in lobby
- Elevator/lift Parking (surcharge)
- Room service (limited hours) Safe-deposit box
- Airport transportation (fees apply) Bar/lounge
- Parking nearby Complimentary breakfast
- Concierge desk
Room Amenities: , , • Cable/satellite TV • Complimentary toiletries • Bathroom telephone • Direct-dial phone
Piazza Barberini: 100 metres| Trevi Fountain: 500 metres| Piazza Spagna: 500 metres| Via Condotti shopping street: 700 metres| Pantheon: 1 km|
Rome Hotels - Hotel Stendhal