Crowne Plaza Rome - St. Peter's

Hotel Front Desk: 39-06-66420

Hotel Fax: 39-06-6637190

Hotel Email: cpstpeters@hotel-invest.com

Check In: 3:00 PM | Check Out: 12:00 PM | Local Time: 7:30 PM


Train
Termini Central Station

- Distance from hotel: 6.21 MI/ 10 KM East

- From Termini train station: metro A direction Battistini. Stop at Cornelia Subway Station. From Cornelia bus n. 889

Subway

Cornelia - Line A

- Distance from hotel: 0.62 MI/ 1 KM North East

- From metro Stop Cornelia: Take Bus 889 to reach the hotel in few minutes. On Sundays and bank holidays only bus 98 available. From metro stop Baldo degli Ubaldi: take bus 892 to reach the hotel in 4 stops. On Sundays and bank holidays not available.

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- Car Parking Available

- Complimentary Daily Self-Parking

- Open air parking facilities free of charge.Parking lot is not patrolled.

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Location

  • This hotel is in a suburban location
  • Closest City: ROME
  • Distance from the Hotel: 4.0 KILOMETERS
  • Local Time Zone : GMT+1

Nearest Train Station

Termini Central Station

Distance to Hotel: 6.21 MI/ 10 KM East

Nearest Subway Station

Cornelia - Line A

Distance to Hotel: 0.62 MI/ 1 KM North East

What's New

Discover the MAXXI National Museum of 21st Century Arts in Flaminio, 7km from Crowne Plaza Rome-St Peter's. Contemporary exhibitions by the likes of Anish Kapoor fill the vast spaces and curving corridors of this angular building by architect Zaha Hadid.

Tips

Rome is small enough to be explored on foot. Ask the Concierge at Crowne Plaza Rome-St Peter's about how best to split journeys between Metro and walking, and for insider information on attractions like the Colosseum, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain.

Don't Go Home Without

Wandering through the cobbled streets of the enchanting Trastevere district, lined with medieval houses. At night, natives flock to its street-side bars and cafes, and you can enjoy a taste of authentic Italian cuisine at its many candle-lit restaurants.

Must See

Emperor Hadrian commissioned the giant, cylindrical Castel Sant'Angelo as a mausoleum. It was later converted into a fortress and prison by popes. Now a museum, you can discover its sheer scale before viewing Rome and the Tiber River from its summit.

Must Do

Enter St Peter's Square and find inspiration in the colonnaded forecourt that serves as an entrance to St Peter's Basilica. Inside the basilica, marvel at Bernini's ornate baldacchino, a Baroque canopy that soars upwards towards the miraculous dome.