Booking Agent Description: This contemporary hotel is close to the centre of Dublin and the River Liffey. The hotel's colourfully designed rooms all come with private bathrooms, free wifi and flat screen TVs with satellite channels. You can get the day off to a great start with a full Irish breakfast in the restaurant, and unwind in the evening with a drink in the stylish bar.What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.
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Located just minutes from Rome’s exclusive Via Veneto, in the heart of a leafy neighbourhood this 4 star Top Secret Hotel will provide peace and quiet for the duration of your stay in the capital. The stylish property offers guests an extensive list of services and facilities including room service, complimentary WiFi and late check-out. The spacious and comfortable guest rooms are fitted with a private bathroom with hydroshower, individual climate control and safe with notebook plug. There are a number of convenient business facilities such as meeting and conference rooms with audio and visual equipment, as well as a secretarial service and banqueting centre available upon request. The location of the hotel means getting into and out of the city is a breeze, with excellent transport links connecting the Fiumicino Airport, Rome Ciampino Airport and the centre. We hope you enjoy this fantastic secret hotel, ‘Don’t miss out! Amazing offer, close to via Veneto – 4 star – Rome’!
There is so much to do and see in Rome that you may have a hard time trying to fit everything into one trip but try to get to as many of the main attractions and sights, as well as leaving some quality downtime for strolling the streets and relaxing in the public parks. Of course Rome is widely known for its rich culture and history that is deeply engrained into every building, fountain and marketplace so visit the San Paulo Basilica Outside the Walls for a closer look at the city’s intricate past. The Basilica is the second largest in Rome (after the Vatican) and was built on the burial site of Saint Paul by Constantine the Great. It is usually fairly quiet, meaning that visitors can enjoy the site at their leisure without competing with hordes of tourists. The church suffered a damaging fire which destroyed part of the building but has since seen the appearance of many beautiful features including a regal portico at the front with a total of 150 columns, an impressive statue of Saint Paul, marble capitals, tombs, cloisters and gardens. This much less-visited place of worship is definitely well worth a visit.
One of the best forms of entertainment on your trip can be searching for the best pizza, cappuccino or gelato place that you will come back to again and again every time you visit. Some of the finest cafés, restaurants and coffee shops in the city are the ones that have been around for decades and still hold onto their original charm and offer a sense of nostalgia whilst serving up generation-old family recipes. A perfect example of this is Le Montecarlo on Vicolo Savelli which serves up old-school pizza flavours accompanied by a bottle of house red wine for very reasonable prices. Other small, family run options include Trattoria da Giggetto, Tazza d’Oro and Café Pace, all highly recommendable.