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2 Star accommodation in the city centre of Rome near Termini, with 24 hour reception


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St. Peter's Bascilia, Rome Colosseum, Rome City of Rome

Though one of the most redeeming features of the Urbis 2 Star Hotel is its central location, it also provides a unique charm, warm environment and clean accommodations from where to enjoy a wonderful holiday in this historic city.

Rooms & Services

Newly restored in 2003, the Rome Hotel Urbis offers both ideal location and price for a delightful city break in Rome.

For those of you on a budget, the Urbis hotel Rome can provide ideal accommodations without sacrificing a central location from where to explore the magic of this breathtaking city.

Set in the heart of the Eternal City, here at the Hotel Urbis you can choose from a number options to best suit you family or group needs. From single to quad rooms, with or without en-suite, we can offer the best solution for a great holiday in Rome.

Hotel Urbis Room - TripleEach of our 15 rooms are equipped with Satellite TV, writing desk, free wi-fi, heating and air-conditioning is available upon request and subject to a small fee.

Other services available to you, should you choose our charming hotel, include our 24 hour front desk, currency exchange, luggage storage, free internet connection throughout the entire hotel and for those of you travelling by car, we can also provide private parking upon request.

From this superb city centre location, let us help you submerge yourself in the history and culture this breathtaking city has to offer.

From the ancient paved roads that lead you into the beginnings of a once ruling empire, to the mind blowing creations of both architects and artists alike that make this city what it is today.

Hotel Urbis Rome, Via Marghera, 13, 00185, Rome, Italy
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