Teatro di Pompeo Rome, Italy

“Simple and charming three star B&B on the site of Pompey Theatre, mere steps from where Caesar met his end. Tidy yet small rooms offer a great base for exploring the city after a complimentary breakfast. History buffs and culture vultures are in heaven. ”

Photo of Teatro di Pompeo

“Tucked away in a corner off picturesque Campo de' Fiori, this simple, family-run hotel has one unique and remarkable feature: it was built on the site of Pompey’s Theatre, which dates from 55BC, and the walls of the cosy breakfast room have been hewn from the native tufa. Upstairs bedrooms are homely and attractive, with creamy walls, wood furniture and terracotta-flagged floors.”

Written by  Nicky Swallow

What's Nearby

Facilities

Air conditioning
Airport transfer
Car not required
Bar
Towelling robes
Walking distance restaurants
Internet
Cots available
Restrictions on children
Adults only.
No restaurant
Breakfast only.
Safe
Garden
Courtyard
Concierge
Satellite / Cable TV
Wifi
Free wifi

Activities

Other Activities
Sip on a glass of wine or a cocktail in the peaceful courtyard and reflect on your days sightseeing.
Local markets
Just up the road is the Campo dei Fiori, which every morning boasts a bustling marketplace.
Great walks
Wander the cobblestone side streets of the Piazza Navona area and check out the tourist free artisanal shops.
Sights nearby
The Pantheon completed by the emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD, is under ten minutes away.
Close to nightlife
The café-lined streets around nearby Campo de’ Fiori are full of independent boutiques, wine bars and trattorias.
Museums
Check out the Renaissance residence, Palazzo Braschi, now housing Museum of Rome exhibitions.

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13 rooms from $189 per night

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Recommended for

Value chic
A charming hotel, full of character and old world elegance, without the central Rome price tag!
Local exploring
Built in the Theatre of Pompei, surrounded by ancient streets and lanes lined with hisotirc buildings.

Activities

Other Activities
Sip on a glass of wine or a cocktail in the peaceful courtyard and reflect on your days sightseeing.
Local markets
Just up the road is the Campo dei Fiori, which every morning boasts a bustling marketplace.
Great walks
Wander the cobblestone side streets of the Piazza Navona area and check out the tourist free artisanal shops.
Sights nearby
The Pantheon completed by the emperor Hadrian in about 126 AD, is under ten minutes away.
Close to nightlife
The café-lined streets around nearby Campo de’ Fiori are full of independent boutiques, wine bars and trattorias.
Museums
Check out the Renaissance residence, Palazzo Braschi, now housing Museum of Rome exhibitions.

Other highlights

Quiet
Less £
Restrictions on children
Adults only.
No restaurant
Breakfast only.
Owner managed
Downtown
Boutique
Historic
Traditional
Charming
Free wifi

Hotel size

13 rooms
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