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Location & Landmarks

Our Hotel in Rome

The Ambasciatori Palace hotel is located on Via Vittorio Veneto, one of the world’s most famous avenues and which is well known as the street of “La Dolce Vita” and which is positioned close to Rome’s main sites and attractions.

Located in the heart of Rome, our hotel is situated in front of the American Embassy and the Ministry of Economic Development, beside the Ministry of Labour, next to the Hard Rock Cafè Roma and only a few kilometers from the eternal outdoor sites of Rome, such as: Villa Borghese, Colosseo, Piazza Venezia, Piazza di Spagna, Pantheon, Fontana di Trevi, Piazza del Popolo, as well as the main shopping streets Via Condotti and Via del Corso.

AMBASCIATORI PALACE

Via Vittorio Veneto,
6200187 Roma RM
Italy

Arrival

  • By foot

    Walking distance

    • 0.4km from/to Metro Barberini (line A)
    • 2 km from/to Termini Central Station
    • 0.5 km to Villa Borghese
    • 0.9 km from/to Piazza di Spagna
    • 1 km from/to Fontana di Trevi
    • 1.5 km from/to the Pantheon
    • 1.5 km from/to Piazza del Popolo
    • 1.7 km from/to Piazza Venezia
    • 2 km from/to Colosseo

  • By car

    11 km from/to the Highway A90 (Grande Raccordo Anulare)

    • Take the exit number 8 “Settebagni-Salaria direzione cento”
    • Drive along the road for 8.5 km
    • Continue straight on Via Ruggiero Giovannelli for 148 m
    • Turn right at Largo Giuseppe Tartini only for 23 m
    • Continue straight on Via Giovanni Aldega for 85 m
    • Turn left at Via Giovanni Paisiello for 134 m
    • Continue straight on Via Pinciana until the traffic lights of Piazzale Brasile
    • Arrive to Piazzale Brasile, turn left and go through the Arches of Porta Pinciana
    • Take Via Vittorio Veneto for 250 m
    • Find the Ambasciatori Palace Hotel on your right

  • By bus

    • 0.4km from/to Metro Barberini (linea A)
    • Bus n° 63 from/to Piazza Venezia and Largo Argentina
    • Bus n° 116 from/to Campo dei Fiori, Gianicolo and Corso Rinascimento
    • Bus n° 160 from/to EUR and Via Cristoforo Colombo
    • Bus n° 175 from/to Termini Central Station and Colosseo.

  • By ship

    90 km from/to Civitavecchia Port

    • Arrived in Civitavecchia follow the indications to the highway A12 towards Rome
    • After approx 70km take the highway A90, known as the Grande Raccordo Anulare.
    • Drive along the road until exit number 8 “Settebagni-Salaria direzione cento”
    • Continue on Via Salaria for 8.5 km
    • Continue straight for Via Ruggiero Giovannelli for 148 m
    • Turn right to Largo Giuseppe Tartini only for 23 m
    • Continue straight for Via Giovanni Aldega for 85 m
    • Turn left to Via Giovanni Paisiello for 134 m
    • Continue straight for Via Pinciana until the traffic lights of Piazzale Brasile
    • Arrived to Piazzale Brasile, turn left and go through the Arches of Porta Pinciana
    • Take Via Vittorio Veneto for 250 m
    • Find the Ambasciatori Palace Hotel on your right

  • By air

    33km from/to FCO and 27 from/to CIA

    By car from/to Leonardo da Vinci Airport, Fiumicino - FCO

    • From the airport take the highway Fiumicino-Roma A91
    • After 8.5 km take the highway Circonvallazione Occidentale A90/E80 (GRA)
    • Drive along the road until exit number 8 “Settebagni-Salaria direzione cento”
    • Continue on Via Salaria for 8.5 km
    • Continue straight for Via Ruggiero Giovannelli for 148 m
    • Turn right to Largo Giuseppe Tartini only for 23 m
    • Continue straight for Via Giovanni Aldega for 85 m
    • Turn left to Via Giovanni Paisiello for 134 m
    • Continue straight for Via Pinciana until the traffic lights of Piazzale Brasile
    • Arrived to Piazzale Brasile, turn left and go through the Arches of Porta Pinciana
    • Take Via Vittorio Veneto for 250 m
    • Find the Ambasciatori Palace Hotel on your right

    By public transportations from Fiumicino FCO

    • Take the train from Fiumicino Airport to Termini Central Station
    • You can either take the underground line A until stop Barberini or take the bus n° 175 straight to Via Veneto

    By car from/to Ciampino Airport - CIA

    • From the airport take Via Appia for approx. 4km
    • Follow the indications to Pescara-Napoli and get to the highway A90, known as the Grande Raccordo Anulare.
    • Drive along the road until exit number 8 “Settebagni-Salaria direzione cento”
    • Continue on Via Salaria for 8.5 km
    • Continue straight for Via Ruggiero Giovannelli for 148 m
    • Turn right to Largo Giuseppe Tartini only for 23 m
    • Continue straight for Via Giovanni Aldega for 85 m
    • Turn left to Via Giovanni Paisiello for 134 m
    • Continue straight for Via Pinciana until the traffic lights of Piazzale Brasile
    • Arrived to Piazzale Brasile, turn left and go through the Arches of Porta Pinciana
    • Take Via Vittorio Veneto for 250 m
    • Find the Ambasciatori Palace Hotel on your right

    By public transportations from Ciampino CIA

    • Take the bus Terravision for Rome city center
    • Get off in Via Marsala (Termini Central Station)
    • You can either take the underground line A until stop Barberini or take the bus n° 175 straight to Via Veneto

Landmarks

Rome Attractions
  • COLOSSEO

    The Colosseo, originally called Flavio’s Amphitheatre or more simply the Amphitheatrum, is Rome’s most famous amphitheatre and is located right in the heart of the city. With a capacity of up to 50,000 spectators, it is the largest and most important ancient Roman monument that has been left standing up to the present day.

    It was historically used for performances with gladiators and other public events like hunting, re-enactments of famous battles and plays based on classical mythology. The Colosseo, and the entire centre of old Rome, was put on the list of the UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites in 1980.

    The Colosseo close to Ambasciatori Palace, Rome
  • BASILICA DI SAN PIETRO

    St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican City is a Catholic basilica, which stands on the monumental St. Peter’s Square. It is the most important papal basilica and is often described as the world’s largest church and the centre of Catholicism. It is 115 metres wide and almost 46 metres high and was built by Carlo Maderno between 1607 and 1614.

    Additionally, it boasts gigantic columns, which frame the entrance to the Loggia from which the announcement of the election of a new Pope is made to the faithful.

    St. Peter's Basilica close to Ambasciatori Palace, Rome
  • GALLERIA BORGHESE

    The Borghese Gallery is at Piazzale Scipione Borghese inside the Villa Borghese Pinciana in Roma. The museum has a collection of works by great artists including Agnolo Bronzino, Caravaggio, Raphael, Pieter Paul Rubens, Titian and more.

    It was built in 1902 after having been purchased by the Italian state and the first curator of the gallery was Giovanni Piancastelli, (1845-1926) who was succeeded in 1906 by Giulio Cantalamessa, who had also been curator of the Accademia Gallery in Venice.

    The Borghese Gallery close to Ambasciatori Palace, Rome
  • PANTHEON

    The Pantheon is an ancient Roman monument, which was built as a temple dedicated to all the gods. Since the beginning of the 7th century, the Pantheon has been a Catholic church called Santa Maria ad Martyres. The Romans nicknamed it la Rotonna ("la Rotonda") and it is from this name that the square it stands on received its name.

    "The most beautiful remains of ancient Rome is without a shadow of a doubt the Pantheon. This temple has suffered so little that it really does give the impression that you are seeing it in the days of the ancient Romans".

    (Stendhal, Passeggiate Romane)

    The Pantheon close to Ambasciatori Palace, Rome
  • FONTANA DI TREVI

    The Trevi Fountain is the largest and one of the most famous fountains in Rome and is also universally considered to be one of the most famous in the world. The 18th century fountain was designed by Nicolò Salvi and is a blend of Classical and Baroque.

    The theme of the sculpture is the sea and the main figures include a shell-shaped chariot carrying a large statue of the Ocean by Pietro Bracci, flanked by lateral niches with statues of Health and Abundance by Filippo della Valle, while the chariot is drawn by seahorses lead by tritons.

    In the fountain, sculpture and Baroque architecture blend perfectly to create a splendid aquatic spectacle. A famous tradition would have it that it is good luck to throw a coin into the fountain, tossing it over you shoulder to ensure you will return to the Eternal City.

    The Trevi Fountain close to Ambasciatori Palace, Rome
  • PIAZZA DI SPAGNA

    The square is one of the characteristic spots of the city and offers a splendid panorama of the center of Rome, dominated by the façade of the church of the Trinità dei Monti. Preceding the church is the monumental stairway of the church Trinità dei Monti, planned in 1726 by Francesco De Sanctis and realized completely in travertine marble.

    Since 1951, in April and May a great exhibition of flowers offers a particular fascination with the stairway. At the centre of the square is the beautiful Boat Fountain (fontana della Barcaccia) by Pietro and Gian Lorenzo Bernini, which reminds of the flood waters of the Tiber in 1598.

    Around the Spanish Steps, are some of the most famous streets of Rome including Via Condotti, offering showrooms and boutiques of the leading fashion brands, as well as Via Margutta, which was for years the area of artists and art galleries, Via del Babuino, which links the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo.

    Piazza di Spagna close to Ambasciatori Palace, Rome

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