Booking Agent Description: Funky, boutique hotel located in Central London near Tower Bridge and London Bridge Station.Ideally located for some of top attractions of London, including the Tate Modern, Tower Bridge, The London Dungeons and just a short tube ride away is the West End with its world famous theatres and shopping.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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Picturesquely positioned on the banks of the River Tiber, Rome’s 18th district of Tor di Quinto is the ideal choice for the discerning traveler seeking premium hotel accommodation within reach of the ‘Eternal City’. By booking online today, Hotwire customers can take advantage of exclusively discounted rates on this exceptional 4* Hot Rate hotel’s spacious, traditionally furnished double en-suite guest rooms. Guests are treated to a free continental breakfast in the hotel’s a la carte restaurant which specialises in mouthwatering local Italian cuisine and fine regional wines in the evenings. With free Wi-Fi internet throughout and an impressive onsite business centre, those in the Italian capital on business are also generously catered to.
The leafy Tor di Quinto neighbourhood situated just north of Rome’s ancient historic heart boasts a tranquil, suburban atmosphere just a few minutes from the city centre via extensive public transport routes. Rome’s 18th district is home to a variety of public parks and leisure grounds; perfect for families to relax in during the summer after spending a few days sightseeing. One such popular park is the Parco di Tor di Quinto, with its pristine woodland and idyllic lake, located just next to the Tiber.
Those seeking to truly experience Rome’s unique ancient past are strongly advised to pay a visit to the iconic Piazza del Popolo; a historically significant public square which lies within the Aurelian Walls. Literally meaning the ‘People’s Square’, the piazza is dominated by the imposing Egyptian obelisk of Ramses II, the Porta del Popolo city gate and the striking twin churches of Santa Maria in Montesanto and Santa Maria dei Miracoli. Piazza del Popolo is also flanked by several ornate water fountains and the area makes for a popular place for both tourists and locals alike to gather in and socialise.
The Aurelian Walls themselves are also an unmistakable reminder of the capital’s rich, ancient heritage and still enclose the Seven Hills of Rome to this very day. Built in 271 AD by the Roman Emperors Aurelius and Probus, the impressive fortifications help to take tourists back in time with hidden passages, gateposts and turrets to explore and marvel at.
Undoubtedly, the city’s most famous landmark which encapsulates the might of the former Roman Empire is the vast Colosseum, located in the Celio district. Formerly used for gladiator contests, live animal hunts, public executions and plays dedicated to the Roman gods, the Colosseum could house an astonishing 80,000 spectators and is today one of Rome’s most popular tourist attractions.