Planning a trip to Italy? Unless you're lucky enough to have family, you'll have to find accomodations. This series of articles focuses on Rome budget hotels but often includes Rome bed and breakfast accomodations. On the way we describe multiple tourist attractions in the neighborhood. Each article includes beautiful photos of both a tourist attraction and the reviewed budget hotels or bed and breakfast accomodation. Each hotel mentioned has a live link (we test them just prior to posting) to its English-language website. Keep coming back, we are adding new destinations all the time. Let's find a Piazza Navona, Rome budget hotel.
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The Piazza Navona situated near the center of Rome once hosted medieval jousts and Roman circuses. It is still beautiful and evokes Rome of bygone days. The Fontana dei Quattro Fiumi (Fountain of the Four Rivers), representing the four corners of the globe is its centerpiece. Renaissance buildings including palaces and churches abound. This district is known for its narrow streets and lanes, some of which still are homes to local artisans. For a taste of multiculturalism visit San Luigi dei Francesi, the church of the expatriate French community. You say that you don’t speak French; enjoy the art work. For your convenience we have listed neighborhood hotels in approximate order of cost, starting with the least expensive. We have personally verified all website addresses making sure that they include English-language pages.
This Navona hotel is relatively cheap.
The Hotel Navona Cheap and Chic The Hotel Navona Cheap and Chic tries to live up to its name. This town house located quite close to the Piazza resides in a historic building. This hotel is a non-smoking property. Its reception desk is closed after 10 pm. Continental breakfast is included. The Navona Cheap and Chic address is Via del Governo Vecchio, 118 - 00186 – Rome. Exceptionally, there is no website. That’s one way to keep the prices down.
The Hotel Navona is on a quiet side street not far from the Piazza. It is housed in a Fifteenth Century palace which was built over the ruins of the Baths of Agrippa. This family-run hotel has 31 rooms, each furnished differently. Some of the rooms boast coffered wooden ceilings. A continental breakfast is served in the breakfast room. The hotel proprietors offer apartments in the neighborhood. The hotel address is Via dei Sediari 8 - 00186 Rome. The Hotel Navona website is http://www.hotelnavona.com/And wherever you go and whatever you do, check out the fine Latium or other Italian wines.
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