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4* Rome Hotel inc Breakfast & Extras £43.00 per night @ Travelzoo

£43.00 @ Travelzoo UK
Here's an opportunity to stay in a top-quality 4-star hotel in Rome for a fraction of the regular price: The Melia Aurelia Antica has just released an amazing rate of just £43 per night (inc tax). Tha… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Here's an opportunity to stay in a top-quality 4-star hotel in Rome for a fraction of the regular price: The Melia Aurelia Antica has just released an amazing rate of just £43 per night (inc tax). That's over 35% less than the rates we're seeing for this property elsewhere.

That's not all, you'll also get the following extras:

FREE buffet breakfast
10% OFF food and beverage purchases
FREE shuttle service to the city centre/Vatican
Access to the fitness centre
FREE stays for children up to 6 years old
This offer is valid for Friday- to Sunday-night stays in March to May.

About the hotel: Located just outside of central Rome, the Melia Aurelia Antica has a swimming pool, a gym, a restaurant and two bars. You can be in Rome in ten minutes thanks to the FREE shuttle bus from the hotel (departures every hour until 23:30). Once you're there, you can explore the Eternal City on foot quite easily.

You must book by 15 March
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#1
seems hot to me, just got to get there!!
#2
Looks to be 5 or 6 miles OUTSIDE of Rome from the brief map look up I have just tried but the free shuttle bus makes that easier I guess. Would personally prefer to stay IN town and under my own steam though.
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cdm22
Looks to be 5 or 6 miles OUTSIDE of Rome rfom the brief map look up I have just tried.


But theres a free bus shuttle thats available every hour, probably worth the bus ride for the price and quality of the hotel
#5
I've booked for 3 days and it's only 147 euros for 2 people for 3 nights - that's cheap. Don't know how i'm getting from Ciampino to the hotel though. Anyone?
#6
Katya
I've booked for 3 days and it's only 147 euros for 2 people for 3 nights - that's cheap. Don't know how i'm getting from Ciampino to the hotel though. Anyone?


Get the train, then the metro.

The station is in the airport
#7
Bus and then metro.
#8
http://www.terravision.eu/rome_ciampino.html

Into the main station then metro.
Bus is cheap and regular.
#9
good find
#10
I wonder of they have availability for the Chapions League final dates
#11
Thank you all for the advice - never been there and now i can't wait!!!:whistling::-D
#12
beware italy very expensive at the moment with £ so low.
prepare to spend another £43 each time you want 2 coffees and 2 pieces of cake in Rome !
#13
I have booked this 2 nights in Rome including flights for under £180.00 BRILLIANT

Loads of brownie points from the missus too.

Heat & rep added
#14
mikmikmik
beware italy very expensive at the moment with £ so low.
prepare to spend another £43 each time you want 2 coffees and 2 pieces of cake in Rome !

I'll pack up with sandwiches ... lol. Oh well i've always wanted to go there and never had so whatever it costs me it will be alright. It's so full of history in that city and amazing views:w00t: Can't wait!
#15
Where are there cheap flights available? (from Scotland)
#16
FLANKERSIX
I have booked this 2 nights in Rome including flights for under £180.00 BRILLIANT

Loads of brownie points from the missus too.

Heat & rep added

Where did you book your flights?
#17
Weve just come back from Rome the Taxi was £50 to our Hotel so I suggest the Metro also there is a bus from Rome Train Terminal which is where I expect the free shuttle drops you off every 2 hours to the airport for 6£ each.


Also when crossing the road in Rome.....BE BOLD!!!!!!....................Hrhr
#18
Good find, H&R added :-D I love Italia ......
#19
kevryan75
Where did you book your flights?


Ryanair from Liverpool
#20
Copperface
http://www.terravision.eu/rome_ciampino.html

Into the main station then metro.
Bus is cheap and regular.


That's who I used last year. Straight off the flight and onto the bus, short journey time and you step off at the main railway station (Termini) and it only cost less than €10 each - great :thumbsup:

This is a good deal if your happy enough to stay outside the city and travel in and out each day/night. But personally I prefer to stay in Rome city centre itself (great place) so not hot for me - but I won't vote either way.
#21
kevryan75
Where are there cheap flights available? (from Scotland)


I went from Edinburgh with Easyjet. I think during the winter timetable there is only 1 flight a day each way but the summer timetable (which starts around March time) will have more than that.
#22
We stayed here about 4 years ago now at Easter. The hotel itself is nice, but it is soooo far away from everything. The shuttle bus does run every hour, but is always jam-packed and the last one from Rome to the hotel is about half nine in the evening. Not much good if you want to have more than a quick pizza.... Also, the shuttle picks up from Piazza Barberini, which is quite near to Trevi Fountain, but there is nothing to do in the immediate vicinity while you wait apart from watch the homeless man with his terrier dogs in a box by the bus stop.... If I remember rightly, a taxi from central Rome to the hotel cost around £22.....
#23
Wish I had the pennies to book this. Great find!!
#24
I didn't book this yesterday as the location is awful so not really surprising it's cheap. You'd end up spending more on transport and inconvenience of not being centrally located! The bus service is not guaranteed either :?
#25
Looks an excellent deal, my Wife and I have been considering Rome as a spring city break this year. I was going to use my Holiday Inn points up, but this deal may be too good to pass me by.

Hot from me :thumbsup:
#26
lord_trumpington
Looks an excellent deal, my Wife and I have been considering Rome as a spring city break this year. I was going to use my Holiday Inn points up, but this deal may be too good to pass me by.

Hot from me :thumbsup:


...except they don't seem to have any rooms for 2 adults and 1 child :-(
#27
Just got back from the Sheraton Roma, booked through Travel zoo on a very similiar deal- I couldn't fault a thing with the trip. The location of the hotel was not a problem as the shuttle service was very regular. One thing I would say though is, ring your hotel when you arrive and ask how much a taxi should be from the airport to the hotel otherwise the driver may try to rip you off. They tried to charge us 65 euros (but we'd already found out how much it should be) so we just said they should ring the police or speak to the hotel's bell captain and he soon dropped his price!!
#28
Although now marked "Expired", when I looked a few minutes ago there were plenty of rooms available,some weekends , for the 2x1 package rate of 50 euros per night (for 2 persons , inc taxes).This rate does include B+B You do need to click on the 2x1 package though as these are cheaper than the Room only rate and considerably cheaper than the 77 euros "B+B rate".. Bit confusing I know but that is how it is marketed by Sol Melia.

Lovely hotel. Courtesy bus service etc as mentioned. Agree taxis are expensive but even with little or no English not difficult to use local buses as most people in Central Rome speak reasonable English and are very friendly.

Just back from Rome on a similar deal at Rome Sheraton which was even better as had Club Lounge, unlimited drinks, beverages etc ,B+B, satellite TV etc , own check in all for 59 euros a night (2 persons) during a rugby international weekend. That deal alas does not seem available after February. And most definitely BEWARE of the traffic in Rome.Crossing the road even at a zebra crossing is hazardous and not for the faint hearted...

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