Hotels near Roma Tre University
Spend your day at Roma Tre University and then retreat to one of the clean and comfortable hotels nearby. Hello Roma B&B is a charming bed and breakfast with a round-trip airport shuttle, dry cleaning services, and just three on-site guest rooms for the privacy you need at the end of a long day. Another option is to book one of the smoking or non-smoking rooms at Derby. Feel free to bring your pets or rent one of the bicycles to explore the area while getting some exercise. Just before you’re ready to call it a night, swing by the bar for a refreshing beverage.
If you’re looking for a budget-friendly accommodation, then Residenza Fermi is the place for you. Wireless Internet service is always free and the friendly front desk team is ready to assist with restaurant reservations and providing a list of area tours. Finally, there’s H10 Roma Citta for vacationers who enjoy a hotel that is both elegant and filled with luxurious amenities. Spend your free time with a massage in the Despacio Beauty Centre, or by swimming a few laps around the outdoor pool. Keep up with your exercise routine in the gym and your work requirements in the business center. Don’t forget to stop for a bite to eat in the on-site restaurant.
Things to Do
Started back in 1992, Roma Tre University became the city’s third public university. It is known as a research university and it has over 50 degree programs. Students who attend this college have the option of participating in a foreign exchange program, where they can learn about another culture first hand. A 24-acre farm calls the university home and works to support a sustainable food project. There’s also the Palladium Theatre for live shows.
Getting Around Rome
A variety of transportation options will help you get back and forth from Roma Tre University, or any other of the area attractions. Start your trip off walking or bicycling around the vicinity of your hotel. Once you’ve seen all you can there, rent a car or hire a taxi to discover what lies a little farther away. City buses and subway trains run regularly and offer affordable prices, so be sure to ask the front desk staff of your hotel for a schedule if this is your preferred mode of transport.
When you leave Roma Tre University, you’ll find a host of sights just waiting for you nearby. Take a tour of the Catacomb of Callixtus, which is also the burial grounds for 16 different popes. Later, walk through the Sistine Chapel. Don’t forget to look up or you’ll miss Michelangelo’s masterpiece painted directly on the ceiling. Stop for a bite to eat at Dal Bolognese, which serves Italian cuisine in an old world setting. Continue on with your adventure with a walk under the Arch of Constantine and then some shopping at the daily market located in Campo di’ Fiori. Finish with a little time examining the ruins at Trajan’s Market.