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The Ateneo Garden Palace announces that due to the current pandemic situation it is temporarily closed.
In the certainty of being able to welcome you again when all this has passed, we wish you a cordial greeting from all the staff
The Ateneo Garden Palace is a wonderful charming hotel located near the ancient Aurelian walls in a quiet secluded area in the heart of the liveliest and picturesque district of the centre of Rome: San Lorenzo.
The many years of experience in the hospitality industry makes the Ateneo Garden Palace 4 star hotel of Rome, the reference point for everyone who needs quality from hotel welcome and personalized service both for a leisure trip and a work stay.
Because the Ateneo Garden Palace offers you the chance to stay in spacious rooms and lovely furnishings, where you can enjoy privacy and rest.
In the morning, your awakening will be made pleasurable with the breakfast served on the top floor of the Hotel, with a rich buffet with sweet and savoury goodies, and you will see a splendid terrace from where you can admire the view of the roofs of Rome.
The lounges in the hall will usher you in for pleasurable conversations or reading, while during the fine weather you can taste aperitifs and spend some relaxing moments in the inside garden.
Naturally for the position and comfort. The Ateneo Garden Palace has a strategic position in the centre of Rome, between La Sapienza University and Termini Station, the Cnr and the Italian National Institute of Health.
The Hotel is easy to reach and enables you to move around Rome easily and is set up with a garage right next door.
Besides you will have the chance to connect to the internet for free using the Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.
It is the right choice for your work meetings, with three meeting rooms set up to meet any requirements.
This hotel was fine for a two-night stay at the beginning of our tour. My single room was clean and comfortable. People complaining about bedbugs should be aware that all over Italy, there are small... . By TripAdvisor