Via San Martino della Battaglia 16, 00185 Rome, Italy
Phone: +39 (0)69 48 01 352 firstname.lastname@example.org
throughout the hotel
Daily from 6.30 to 10.30 a.m.
includes a filled bread roll/sandwich, muesli/chocolate bar, fruit and one drink.
Until 02.00 pm (private rooms only)
per day/pet (private rooms only)
The MEININGER Roma Termini is in a lovingly renovated old building close to the main train station Termini. MEININGER has good public transport connections and from the Castro Pretorio station you can take a short ride to the Roman Forum and Colosseum and go in search of the ancient Romans. There are also many more attractions in the city centre which can be easily reached from MEININGER. Visitors can admire the Castel Sant'Angelo, the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and, of course, the St. Peter's Basilica, which boasts a stunning view of Rome from the dome.
The service at MEININGER Roma Termini is as diverse as the city itself. It is a given that you can enjoy a healthy “all you can eat and drink” breakfast buffet, delicious packed lunches, free WiFi and the possibility for late check-out as well as the affordable prices and modern facilities.
Arrival & departure
City Tax: 3,50 € per person/ night (not included in the price, to be paid at destination)
Exception: Kids under 10 years old
Best price with the best quality!We stayed at a privity room, everything was very clean.That was the second hotel of the MEININGER that we met and in both cases, we left the place in love with it.
The rooms are big enough and clean, employers kind and helpful.Breakfast very simple.
Clean, convenient, value for money
Rome, the Eternal City, has inspired countless directors over the years. Here Anita Ekbert enjoyed “La Dolce Vita” and Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck rode vespas through the city in “Roman Holiday”. Julia Roberts visited modern Rome in “Eat Pray Love” and Daniel Craig aka “James Bond” pursued shady characters in “Spectre”. At MEININGER city break travelers are in exactly the right place to find traces of Hollywood because the interior design is totally devoted to cinema. Here cinema lovers can immerse themselves in the sparkling world of the stars and look behind the scenes of the film world.
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport: 32 km
Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport: 20 km
Roma Termini railway station: 0.8 km
Roma Tiburtina train / bus station: 2.5 km
Roma Ostiense railway station: 6 km
Cooperation: MY TAXI
Preorder (at reception): Yes
Credit card payment: Yes, please indicate in advance when ordering.
Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport: ca. 00:40:00 / 48.00 EUR
Ciampino–G. B. Pastine International Airport: ca. 00:30:00 / 41.00 EUR
Roma Termini railway station: ca. 00:05:00 / 5.00 EUR
Roma Tiburtina train / bus station: ca. 00:10:00 / 10.00 EUR
Roma Ostiense railway station: ca. 00:15:00 / 10.00 EUR
MEININGER Roma Termini is located in the Rione XVIII Castro Pretorio neighborhood which is part of the wider municipality of Municipio I, administrative division of Rome. There are a number of activities and fun experiences to take in whilst here, including some of the local pizzerias and delis which offer a bite to eat when you don´t want to travel far. In addition, whilst staying here it is great idea to visit the Basilica del Sacro Cuore di Gesù church, an awe-inspiring sight that is often the highlight of many guest`s trips. Also, within this locality is the church of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri and the art museum named Indipendenza Art Gallery, that will surely invigorate your trip and get you in the mood for experiencing this historic city of art.
Beyond the neighborhood, there is so much to do that it may seem like you don`t have enough time to experience it all. We are in a great location in terms of public transport: Castro Pretorio underground station is just 2 minutes walk away. On the list to experience should be Park of Colle Oppio, an invigorating green space that features some great historic attractions including "The Baths of Titus" and "The Baths of Trajan", which are part of a villa once occupied by the Roman Emperor Nero.
Moving closer into the center of Rome and nearer to the River Tiber, there is the the Piazza Navona. This elegant city square which dates all the ways back to 1st century A.D. offers some fantastic bars, artistic displays, galleries and restaurants. In addition, it is right next to one of the world`s, let alone Rome´s, most iconic monuments, in the Pantheon. After experiencing this wonder, you will also be able to visit Quirinal Palace nearby, a former residence for religious and royal leaders.
Vatican Museums & Sistine Chapel Skip-the-Ticket-Line Entry
Rome: Colosseum, Roman Forum, Palatine Hill Priority Tickets
Vatican & Sistine Chapel Tour
Rome: Guided Tour of the Catacombs of St. Callixtus