Hotel Teatro Di Pompeo
AddressLargo Del Pallaro 8 RomeSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
Built on top of a 1st-century BC theatre (now the breakfast room), this charming hotel is tucked away behind Campo de’ Fiori. Rooms boast a classic old-fashioned feel with polished wood bedsteads and terracotta floor tiles. The best rooms, on the 3rd floor, have sloping wood-beamed ceilings.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Teatro Di Pompeo and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Centro Storico.
Services & facilities
- Non-smoking throughout
- Non-smoking rooms
- 24-hour front desk
- Airport shuttle (surcharge)
- Airport shuttle
- Free WiFi
- Internet services
Description provided by property
This small, charming, 3-star hotel in the historic centre of Rome is set on the remains of the ancient Roman Theatre of Pompey, near Piazza Navona and Campo de Fiori. Located in a quiet square, Hotel Teatro di Pompeo offers an intimate, historic setting. You can admire the original stone walls of the old theatre in the hotel’s reading and breakfast rooms. At Hotel Teatro di Pompeo you can enjoy en suite rooms with exposed, wood-beam ceilings, cherry-wood furniture and terracotta-tiled floors. Some rooms feature a view of the internal courtyard while others overlook the small square. Hotel Teatro di Pompeo’s friendly staff can suggest tours, excursions and nearby restaurants. The hotel also provides Wi-Fi internet access at affordable rates. Major sites are all within walking distance from the hotel. You will be in Rome’s most historic area where most attractions are within an 800-metre radius of the hotel.
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