Luxury Termini Station District Hotels

Let's find an upscale hotel near Rome's Termini Station...

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 luxury hotels. On the way we describe multiple tourist attractions in the neighborhood. Each article includes beautiful photos of both a tourist attraction and the reviewed luxury hotels. 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 Termini Station, Rome luxury hotel.

Baths of Diocletian

Baths of Diocletian Rome

The Termini Station area is located in north central Rome. As you might guess from the name, this tends to be an upscale part of Rome. It includes Rome’s largest public park, Termini Station. Don’t miss the "Giardino del Lago,” an artificial lake with an Ionic temple dedicated to Aesculapius, the god of health. Just viewing this spectacular setting should be good for your health. In the northeastern sector you’ll find the Galleria Borghese, a villa built for Cardinal Borghese in 1615 that somehow seems out of place with vows of poverty. This building hosts a great collection of art and antiques. You’ll need a reservation. For another aspect of Roman life visit the Piazza del Populo (Square of the People), west of the Termini Station and enter the Santa Maria del Populo Church that has a great art collection including a Raphael and two Caravaggios. If this isn’t enough north of the park is the Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna with exhibits by so many of the greats. 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.

Starhotels Metropole Rome

Starhotels Metropole Termini Rome

Starhotels Metropole Rome.

The Starhotels Metropole Rome is part of a chain with 20 hotels in Italy plus 1 in Paris and another in New York City. This hotel has been recently renovated. It has 236 rooms some of which are non-smoking and equipped for the disabled. The hotel offers secretarial service and simultaneous translation as well as a banquet and a shoe polishing service. There is a bar and a restaurant. There are 8 meeting rooms. The hotel address is Via Principe Amedeo, 3 - 00185 Rome. The Starhotels Metropole Rome website is www.starhotels.com/rome-hotel

Leon’s Place Hotel

Leons Place Hotel Rome

Leons Place Hotel.

Leon’s Place Hotel is one of the newest hotels in Rome. It opened during June, 2008 in a glamorous Nineteenth Century building. Its rooms are furnished in contemporary, minimalist style. There’s a restaurant, a cocktail bar, and excellent well-being facilities that include massage rooms, gym, sauna, turkish bath and hydromassage, and a swimming pool. The address is Via XX Settembre, 90/94 - 00187 – Rome. The Leon’s Place Hotel website is http://www.leonsplacerome.com

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Levi Reiss has authored or co-authored ten books on computers and the Internet, but to be honest, he would rather just drink fine Italian or other wine, accompanied by the right foods. He teaches classes in computers at an Ontario French-language community college. Visit his website www.travelitalytravel.com devoted to Italian travel with an accent on fine Italian wine and food. Visit his central wine website www.theworldwidewine.com with weekly reviews of $10 wine and columns devoted to various aspects of wine including wine and food, humor, trivia, organic and kosher wine and lots more.

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