We have booked a citybreak with BA in a superior room. Can you advise what is extra in a superior room. We also want to do a hop on / off bus tour. How close is the nearest and what does it cost? I am also interested i recomnwndations for reasonably priced local restaurants and good bars for night time.Any help info will be very much appreciated
Sorry, I dont know about the superior room, but our room was clean and breakfast was INCREDIBLE...the hotel staff can sell you the hop on/ off bus tickets..I believe we paid like 30-40 EURO each for a 72 hr pass...the train/bus station is like 2-3 blocks away...I cant remember the restaurants name, but there are several excellent ones very close to the Ariston...however I wouldn't recommend the one right across the street...not fresh seafood
We only stayed in the superior room, so can only advise based on pictures. What I can tell you from talking to other guests in the gym, the top floor is the better location to be (7th floor), as it’s slightly less noisy.
Regarding the local bars and restaurants their is a great roof top bar about a 10 min walk at the top of another more expensive hotel and Rome is not short of good restaurants. We honestly didn’t have a bad meal in any. I’d recommend that wherever you are, check the restaurants or bar name in trip advisor as it’s the best tool (IMO).
Sites wise - you’ll have more run walking and exploring as every street has amazing buildings and will give you a richer experience. Get a guided tour (skip the queue) for colleseum and Forum as so much history to hear. Hope that makes sense. Also keep wallet and handbag tucked away from all the street sellers and pickpockets. You’ll be asked to buy a selfie stick and phone charger 50 times a day. Enjoy the wonderful city
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