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Rome hotel for repeated long term (2 wk) business trips?

Old Jun 5, 20, 6:26 pm
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Rome hotel for repeated long term (2 wk) business trips?

Hi .... will likely be taking a contract to work in Rome on 5 2-week trips between July and end of 2020 (assuming Italy reopens for US travelers). Looking for a recommendation for a good hotel for longer stays.

Would like
- "Decent" work space (a real desk or table space to set up my computer at)
- Good wifi
- Easy access to public transportation
- Prefer the central Rome area (Coliseum/Forum/Villa Borghese) areas
- Goal is <$300 US/nt if at all possible
- US chains (Marriott/Hilton/Hyatt) nice for the points, but not critical


Appreciate any inputs!
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Old Jun 5, 20, 6:28 pm
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Originally Posted by pmv View Post
Hi .... will likely be taking a contract to work in Rome on 5 2-week trips between July and end of 2020 (assuming Italy reopens for US travelers). Looking for a recommendation for a good hotel for longer stays.

Would like
- "Decent" work space (a real desk or table space to set up my computer at)
- Good wifi
- Easy access to public transportation
- Prefer the central Rome area (Coliseum/Forum/Villa Borghese) areas
- Goal is <$300 US/nt if at all possible
- US chains (Marriott/Hilton/Hyatt) nice for the points, but not critical


Appreciate any inputs!
Not interested in an apartment at all?
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Old Jun 5, 20, 6:30 pm
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Could be interested in an apartment if I could rent in approx 2 week chunks

Contract won't allow me to keep an apartment for the whole time (likely even if cheaper, though I'll reengage with company if I can find a good deal). Recommendations?
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Old Jun 5, 20, 7:07 pm
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Contract won't allow me to keep an apartment for the whole time (likely even if cheaper, though I'll reengage with company if I can find a good deal). Recommendations?
Not knowing your exact needs and likes, I'll just say do a quick search on Airbnb. Stick with Superhosts. Look for flexible cancellation policies. Do you know Rome? I think the ideal locations in Rome are in the Pantheon, Navona, Campo di Fiore area. But I think it depends on where you're working.
I stayed in Residenza Mazio, Via Della Scrofa, 39.
A few years back, I stayed at Relais al Senato (no all night front desk service), right on Pza Navona.
Unfortunately, I've just tried to locate their websites and neither are there. Not sure if this is a temporary Covid effect or permanent closures.
I also have stayed at Hotel Borgognoni (website works) near Trevi Fountain. But this is a more luxury hotel that may not suit your needs.
Sorry I couldn't be more directly helpful, but it's looking like next time I visit Rome, I may be starting from scratch as well.

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Old Jun 5, 20, 7:53 pm
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Thanks.... great information and after your post have been doing some looking, was definitely NOT a path I had been looking at but looks promising of my contract allows!
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Old Jun 5, 20, 8:31 pm
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Thanks.... great information and after your post have been doing some looking, was definitely NOT a path I had been looking at but looks promising of my contract allows!
Best of luck!
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