Hotels near Tuscolana in Rome - Best deals & budget rates!
The Tuscolana district of Rome is located just outside of the city center, providing a quiet and more relaxed atmosphere while still just a short train or bus ride away from the major attractions. Viale Opita Oppio, provides lots of shopping opportunities for both food and wine as well as clothing and gifts. Since this area is at the foot of Roman's Castle, historical sightseeing is only a short walk away if you get tired of browsing through stores. The archaeological site, Appia Antica, is also just a short distance away from most accommodations and provides visitors a chance to explore ancient catacombs as well as the Museo della Mura.
You'll enjoy an ample choice of rooms at Holiday Inn Express Rome San Giovanni. The high star rating ensures a comfortable stay along with excellent facilities. A short distance from Tuscolana, and easily accessible by foot from Porta Maggiore.
The small and cozy Hotel Tuscolana offers a homey ambiance. The comfortable rooms are 3-star rated. If you like exploring the city on foot, this location is an excellent choice, as Tuscolana and Porta Maggiore are walk able from here.
The friendly Hotel Tuscolana offers cozy and welcoming accommodations. The 3-star rating promises an enjoyable stay in Rome. Tuscolana is worth a visit during your Rome stay. Porta Maggiore is a good option as well.
Offering an intimate atmosphere, the small-sized I Tetti di Roma is a nice place to unwind. From here you can visit Tuscolana and Baths of Caracalla, which are both accessible on foot. Porta Maggiore is no more than 2km (1.25mi) from here.
B&B my Sunrise in Rome is a small, intimate lodge in Rome. This location provides easy access to popular attractions such as Tuscolana and Baths of Caracalla. Close at hand is the must-see Porta Maggiore.
B&B Leonard is a small, intimate property where you'll enjoy personalized attention. Nearby (and worth visiting) are Porta Maggiore and Baths of Caracalla. The famous landmark Tuscolana is conveniently close, as are Aurelian Wall and Celio.