We have a wide range of accommodation, all centrally located in the Termini area of Rome. This is the common area for most budget hotels in the city due to the close proximity to the Colosseum and Roman Forum. If you are interested in staying close to the Vatican, then please ask us for more details.
A 3 star traditional hotel, with a good standard of rooms and is a favourite with regular WST travellers.
This is a very high standard 2 star hotel with modern décor and a high quality of comfort and service.
This 2 star accommodation is an ideal choice for groups on a lower budget and offers a very warm welcome to all visitors.
Vatican Museums, Sistine Chapel and St Peter’s Basilica
The Vatican Museums occupy part of the palaces built by the Pope and is home to one of the most extensive art collections in the world. The world’s most famous chapel, the Sistine Chapel is housed within the Vatican Museums, where you will see the infamous frescoes by Michaelangelo. St Peter’s Basilica is the burial site of St Peter.
One of the world’s great art collections, containing the haul that Cardinal Scipione Borghese assembled in the early 17th century in his Roman garden villa. The collection includes Titian’s Sacred and Profane Love, work by Caravaggios and Bernini’s sublime sculpture Apollo and Daphne.
Galleria Nazionale d’Arte Moderna
Full of neoclassic and romantic paintings, the museum also houses Italy’s largest collection of 19th- and 20th-century works. Several of Italy’s most renowned art masters have works on display here including Boccioni, Morandi and Fontana as well as other work including pop art, surrealism and expressionism, hailing Degas, Monet, van Gogh, and Ernst.
Popes had been amassing this peerless collection of artworks for some 250 years before the museum was opened to the public. Inside are works ancient and modern, including Rome's emblem, the bronze she-wolf suckling twins Remus and Romulus, Bernini's remarkable statue of Pope Urban VIII, and a picture gallery with paintings by Caravaggio, Tintoretto, Titian and others.
Galleria Spada in Palazzo Spada
The palazzo was purchased by Cardinal Spada in 1632. He commissioned the Baroque architect Francesco Borromini to modify it for him, and it was Borromini who created the masterpiece of forced perspective optical illusion in the arcaded courtyard. The gallery includes four galleries of 16th and 17th-century paintings by a host of artists including Guido Reni, Titian, Rubens and Caravaggio.
A daring piece of contemporary architecture designed by Zaha Hadid who won an international design competition. The building is a composition of bending oblong tubes, overlapping, intersecting and piling over each other, resembling a piece of massive transport infrastructure. The MAXXI consists of two museums: "MAXXI art" and "MAXXI architecture".
National Gallery of Ancient Art (Arte Antica)
Contains examples of fresco, as well as an art collection from the galleries of Rome’s great families, including works dating from the 12th to the 18th century, such as Filippo Lippi’s ‘Madonna and Child’. Other masterpieces displayed are Raphael's Fornarina (said to be a portrait of the baker's daughter he loved and may have been engaged to at the time of his death in 1520), Holbein's pompous Henry VIII and Titian's Venus and Adonis.
Museum and Crypt of the Capuchins
This nineteenth-century palace in Neo-Renaissance style, close to the Termini Train Station, houses one of the world's most important collections of Classical art.
National Roman Museum - Palazzo Massimo alle Term
Situated close to our accommodation in the Termini area, the four floors of the museum, sculptures, frescoes and mosaics, coins and jewels document the evolution of the Roman artistic culture.
This is considered to be one of the greatest works of Roman architecture and is the largest amphitheatre built in the Roman Empire.
A magnificent ancient temple that was later converted to a church. Dating from AD125 it is the most superb architectural monument to have survived intact from Ancient Rome. Raphael is buried here.
This was once the heart of Ancient Rome and the centre of public life. It is the site of public speeches, trials and commercial transactions.
According to Roman mythology this is where Rome was founded. Ideally located looking down on to the Roman Forum, this became the home of several Roman Emperors
The famous steps where locals and tourists alike congregate to people watch and soak up the atmosphere. The Spanish Steps are close to Via del Corso, one of the well-known high end shopping streets of Rome, so window shopping in the many designer shops is a popular pastime.
A must see- this is one of the most famous fountains in the world. The Trevi Fountain is located close to the Pantheon so many people choose to visit both together.
Keats-Shelley Memorial House
Located on the Spanish Steps, this is the final home of John Keats. It contains an extensive collection of paintings, sculpture and manuscripts which celebrate the lives of Keats, Shelley and Byron.
Guided Tours Of Rome
We can arrange guided walking tours for half or full days around the city, which can be tailor made to your preferred visits. Popular themes include:
Modern Rome’s Squares
Rome By Night – Illuminated Tour
Time Elevator – 5D Experience
You will experience a simulated ride where you will travel through the rich history of Rome. Starting with its foundation, through the glorious days of the ancient Roman empire, the Renaissance with its masterpieces of architecture and art, the events of the 20th century, culminating in an aerial flight over the Rome of today.
Most people choose to spend their free time in Rome either visiting the shops or relaxing in one of the many squares where you can pick up a coffee or an ice-cream and soak up the culture of the city. Here are some of the most popular areas.
Via Del Corso
Campo dei Fiore
Piazza di Spagna
Most hotels in Rome operate on a B&B basis only. We can arrange evening meals in restaurants in the city with options to suit all tastes. The most popular choices are Hard Rock Café, traditional Italian Trattoria or self service style buffet restaurants if you are in a hurry. Ask us for more details.