Intercontinental De La Ville
Via Sistina 69 ROME IT 00187
Rome, 00187 IT
Rome: Via Veneto
15 customer reviews Intercontinental De La Ville
192 rooms, 8 floors
InterContinental De La Ville Roma is located at the top of the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, and 20 miles from Fiumicino (Leonardo da Vinci) Airport. This location is also one mile from the Pantheon, Colosseum, Roman Forum, Piazza Navona, Via Condotti, Saint Angelo Castle, Villa Borghese Art Gallery, and Piazza Venezia. Vatican City and Saint Peter's are less than two miles away.
Hotel amenities include the exercise room, beauty salon, florist, gift shop, La Piazzetta de la Ville (fine Italian and international cuisine), La Saletta Lounge, and I Due Murano Bar (with live piano music). The hotel also offers room service, laundry facilities, valet laundry service, currency exchange, bell service, a concierge, and parking (for a fee).
All rooms feature high-speed Internet access, work desks, two-line phones, voicemail, sofa beds, minibars, bathrobes, bidets, free weekday newspapers, safes, hairdryers, individual climate control, in-room movies, and cable TV.
The city of Rome imposes a tax of 2-3 EUR per person, per night, for stays of up to 10 nights. This tax will be charged to guests at check-out, and must be paid directly to the hotel.
Tip: Reputed to be the best ice cream in Rome. Open daily. One of the oldest ice cream shops in town with dozens of flavours.
Tip: Typical Tuscan cuisine, with the best and most tender meat in Rome and fresh fish every day. Open daily. A favourite of the rich and famous, this old Tuscan restaurant serves excellent dishes.
La Buca di Ripetta
Tip: Meat and fish specialities. Homemade bread and pasta, cakes which will please the most demanding palate. Open daily. One of Rome's better known restaurants. Recently refurbished, it's warm and welcoming.
Tip: Variety of excellent Italian seasonal specialities, fresh fish and grilled meats. Open for lunch and dinner. Closed on Sundays. A famous family restaurant established in 1950, located in the downtown area just off the Piazza Barberini. Discreet atmosphere. Frequented by politicians, businessmen and artists.
Tip: If you want Japanese food, this is the place to visit. Small private dining rooms available. Closed Monday. Open in 1974, this is the most traditional of Japanese restaurants. It's near the Spanish Steps and within walking distance of the hotel.
L'Antico Caff? Greco
Tip: In a very busy location. Popular with celebrities and tourists alike. Open daily. This famous cafe, was the haunt of writers, artists and intellectuals in the 19th century. It still retains its faded grandeur and appeal.
Tip: Known to serve the best Chinese food in Rome. Closed Monday. The most elegant Chinese restaurant located next to the fashionable Via Veneto.
Tip: Try the ravioli stuffed with creamy burrata cheese or tagliolini with figs. Open daily for lunch and dinner. Close to the Spanish Steps you'll find a relaxed and informal atmosphere at this vegetarian restaurant.
Harry's Bar Roma
Tip: Fresh Mediterranean flavours based on prime ingredients. Jacket and tie preferred. Closed on Sunday. Lege
- FCO - 20 Mi / 32 Km
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- Vatican City - 1 Mi / 2 Km
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