Piazza della Rotonda 73 , Rome , 00186 , Italy View hotel location on the map
Albergo del Senato is your window on the Pantheon. Indeed, lodging at Albergo del Senato means that you have in front of your room the over 2000 years old roman temple of the Pantheon.
The hotel was built at the end of the XIX century by G. Kock, the famous Italian architect. Due to its unique position the Hotel became immediately very fashionable – J.P. Sartre and S. De Beauvoir being, among others, guests of our Hotel.
The Pantheon is both the core of the ancient Rome and the heart off all the most government and institutional sites of the city. Therefore, the quarter is very characteristic and lively, being at the same time very safe and silent at night time.
Check in from: 2:00 pm
Check out by: 12:00 noon
Wireless connection in the lobby area, 1 internet point in the bar area, meeting room available on request for maximum 45 people.
Landing in Fiumicino Airport, we suggest you to take the train departing from the adjoining station, so reaching the Central Termini Roma Station. From there it departs bus number 64 that will take you to Largo Argentina, where you have to get off. Through via dei Cestari in a couple of minutes you can walk up to the Pantheon's square where our Albergo del Senato is.
The hotel is situated in a traffic restricted area; there is a private park 5 minutes walking from the hotel.The fee is approx. 45 euros per day, depending on the car size.