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A superior class hotel in Rome, the BEST WESTERN Hotel Canada is located in the historical center, set in an elegant building of the 19th century, recently refurbished respecting the original architecture.
This property combines hospitality and style and is provided with all modern comforts: all rooms are furnished with period furnitures, some are painted with frescos and have a canopy bed, and Wi-Fi connection is available.
A small library and the livingrooms with fireplace are perfect places for relaxing moments.
This property is well connected to all the main sites of the city, both by bus and by subway (Line B, stop Castro Pretorio).
10% national VAT included. Local city fee is 4 EUR per night per person over 10 years old. The additional fee is excluded and it will be paid directly at the hotel.
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We stayed at the hotel for 3 nights prior to our cruise. It is extremely conveniently located, about 7 minutes walk to Termini station, a metro entrance around the corner, and close to lots of good...READ FULL REVIEW
This was a great hotel, not far from Roma Termini and close to restaurants, bars and Metro. It's away from the centre of Rome, so a bit calmer and quieter which was great. Rome is a pretty hectic...READ FULL REVIEW
We stayed here two nights, about 5 minutes from termini, walking to major attractions is doable and pleasant. The rooms are spacious, beds very good. Breakfast was also very good, fresh fruit and...READ FULL REVIEW
We stayed two nights in early October 2016 in a standard twin room. What can I say about this totally charming place? A very clean, well presented room which in my experience was big for an Italian...READ FULL REVIEW
Like all Rome hotels, it is small and cozy, and full of traditional European charm. The rooms are decent size as it was built before the modern era of cubby-holed mega-hotels. From the James Bond...READ FULL REVIEW