Elegant Rome hotel with skip-the-line Vatican tickets
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The perfect package with flights included
Campo De Fiori, Rome
Trastevere Street, Rome
Largo di Torre Argentina square
St. Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
A stay in a luxurious Design Hotel in central Rome, including breakfast, flights, and skip-the-line tickets to the Vatican museums and Sistine Chapel
- Once the 19th-century residence of an Italian aristocrat, Leon's Place is now a palatial, high-glamour design hotel in the historic centre of epic Rome, providing easy access to the best of the sites. If that wasn't enough, the hotel has been awarded a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
- A lush buffet breakfast is served in an elegant, salmon-hued space, and there's also a shimmering cocktail bar at the on-site Bar Visionnaire, where you can sample champagne or cocktails in superb deep blue-hued surroundings.
- Leon's Place benefits from a fitness area and spa zone, where you can drift back down to earth after the exhilaration of beautiful Rome. Work out on the top-notch machines or sink into the Turkish bath, Jacuzzi and sauna. You can book massages and other wellness treatments on request.
- Fitness suite
How to get there
Leon's Place is around 40 kilometres away from Rome Fiumicino Airport. Transfers are not included in your escape, however reaching the hotel via public transport is simple: the SIT BUS shuttle connects the apiart with Piazza Cavour and Termini Station. From there, the hotel is a 12-minute walk.
Good to know
Please note there is a city tax of €6 per person, per night payable to the hotel upon check-out.
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