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Central location, close to major sites
Spacious and attractive guest rooms
Close to central railway station
Hotel Camelia enjoys a strategic position in the centre of Rome and occupies four floors of an early 19th century building and features well appointed guest rooms and a warm atmosphere.
The Camelia Hotel offers 40 finely decorated guest rooms, all featuring a private bathor shower room with hairdryer. All accommodations have elegant furnishings as well as air conditioning, satellite TV, complimentary WiFi, telephone, minibar, writing desk and heating. The hotel provides a concierge desk, bar and breakfast room.
A shuttle service to both the Rome airports can be arranged upon request, as well as tours to major monuments and sites of the city. With the underground station, numerous bus lines and the central railway station nearby, Hotel Camelia it is an ideal base for tourists. The lively area around the hotel has a selction of cafes, restaurants, wine bars and shops.
The Eternal City is full to bursting with history, culture and jaw dropping architecture. Italy’s capital city is a must see for any art lover, culture vulture or foodie. You really do feel like you are walking through history and around every corner there is another gem waiting to be discovered. Combine the amazing sights with endless options to eat and drink, this really is a city not to be missed!
This charming Hotel Camelia is ideally located close to many of Rome's most famous sites. The hotel's rooms are spacious and attractively decorated and offer all the modern comforts you will need for an enjoyable stay in one of Italy's most beautiful cities.
Location: Rome, Italy >
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