Veneto Hotel Rome



Internet ConnectionRoom with bathroomPhoneHotel restaurantAir conditioningFor the disabled
Locality: City Centre: Spanish Steps, price from: 95 € per night
Boasting affluent ambience, full of charm, the Veneto Hotel is an ideal getaway for both the business as well as leisure travellers. Location: Situated in the plush environs of the Via Veneto, the Veneto Hotel is centrally placed in a prestigious historical centre of Rome. This property also has Villa Borghese, Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps and Termini train station in its propinquity. Rooms: This hotel houses 72 immaculate accommodation units that are lavishly decorated and well furnished with an array of contemporary amenities for a pleasing stay. Restaurant: Guests can delight in the delicious breakfast served in a dynamic atmosphere of the hotel every morning. Later, you can savour a range of delectable dishes at the in-house restaurant while, the bar is an ideal place to refresh with a sip of fine drink. General: A well outfitted meeting room to organise your business meetings and seminars is available at this charming hotel. You can also take an opportunity to look at the attractions and admire the beauty of the city in your stay at the hotel.

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Connecting to the Internet in a hotel: Practical Advice

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