The Hotel Stendhal is located in
the city centre of Rome only a few
minutes walk from the fashionable shopping boulevard
of Via dei Condotti. The Condotti is Rome's most exclusive
shopping precint and is famous for the Made in Italy
label as only designer labels like Gucci, Versace,
Prada and Dolce Gabbana can be bought here.
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By Air: The
Air Terminal for Fiumicino International Airport (also
known as Leonardo da Vinci Airport) is located inside
Termini Rail Station which is only 1.5 km away.. To
arrive from Ciampino Airport (Rome's second airport
and where Go and Ryanair flights arrive) we suggest
the EasyJet courtesy bus which leaves guests at Termini
Railway Station. Alternatively a taxi from either
airport will cost approximately 45 Euro.
By Car: Once you reach the Grande
Raccordo Anulare which is the ring road around Rome
you should take the exit Rome's Ring Road the GRA
- Grande Raccordo Anulare take the exit for Via Salaria
and follow the signs for "Centro" i.e. the
city centre of Rome The Hotel Stendhal offers its
guest's a parking facility in a nearby garage and
for this service a supplement will be charged. Please
let us know if you will be arriving by car so we can
By Train: Rome's main railway station
Termini is near the Hotel Stendhal Rome distance Hotel
Stendhal to Railway Station is 1.5 km. The Airport
shuttle train stops at Termini Railway Station.
By Metro: You should take line A
from Termini Underground / Metro in the direction
of Battistini and alight 2 stops later at Barberini
Metro Stop. The Hotel Stendhal is towards the top
of Via del Tritone just after Piazza Barberini.
50 metres from Barberini Metro Stop Line A on Via
Veneto - Hotel Stendhal is very near the Metro or
Subway service making access to further more remote
parts of the city extremely easy.
100 metres from the National Gallery of
Ancient Art which houses some of the most
important works by artists such as Bernini, Borromini,
Rubens and Caravaggio.
200 metres from Piazza di Spagna or Spanish
Steps and shopping at the world famous
Via dei Condotti.
300 metres from the famous Fontana di Trevi
or Trevi Fountain a must see for every
visitor to Rome.
400 metres from the famous Villa Borghese which is one of the largest public parks in Rome.
Ideal for an early morning jog the Villa Borghese
is a must see for anyone who appreciates the great
1.5 Km from Termini Railway Station
The city of Rome's most important railway station
and where all the international and national eurostar
and intercity services stop - the airport shuttle
train terminal for Fiumicino (also known as Leonardo
da Vinci) international airport is also here.
1.5 Km from the Pantheon - the
only intact piece of Roman Architecture still standing.
1.5 Km from the Colosseum the symbol
of ancient Rome and the historical city centre.
2 Km from St Peter's Church and the Vatican Museums
- buses from the city centre to the Vatican city are
very frequent and travel time is less than 20 minutes.