Etihad Airways to Rome

Etihad Airways to Rome

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Etihad Airways to Rome cheap flights & FAQ

  • What is the transportation method from the main airport to downtown in Rome?

    • The distance from Fiumicino Airport to downtown is about 22km, by taxi about 40 minutes.
    • The distance from Ciampino Airport to downtown is about 13km, by taxi about 30 minutes.
  • How many airports are there in Rome (ROM)?

    There are 2 airport(s) near Rome(ROM): Fiumicino Airport and Ciampino Airport.
  • Which airlines offer free date changes for flights to this city during the COVID19 pandemic?

    There are no airlines with flights to this city that provide this service. Please use this information as a reference only and confirm with the airline prior to booking.

Hotels in Rome

4.4/5Excellent25 Reviews
Monti Rome|0.98km from downtown
The location is good, just one stop on the subway next to the central railway station in Rome. It is very difficult to get from the subway station to the road without the elevator. The rooms are small but the layout is quite compact. The morning was not bad. The only downside was that the room had no quilt and the bed was covered with two sheets as a quilt. Turning off the air conditioner at night still feels cold.
3.4/513 Reviews
Termini Central Station Rome|1.63km from downtown
It has been very convenient to have checked in for the second time. From the airport of Rome, take the bus to the central square of the train station and get off the left hand side to see the hotel. Hotel facilities are very good, but unfortunately in the morning did not eat breakfast in order to catch the early train.
4.5/5Excellent234 Reviews
Termini Central Station Rome|1.39km from downtown
The hotel is a street away from the main road. We are a hotel from the Central Station at about 8 o'clock, which is relatively deserted, but the bright and spacious hotel lobby still gives a good impression. The check-in process was smooth and there were hotel-specific discount cards on the promotional shelves at the front desk. It should be noted that even if the room rate has been prepaid on Ctrip. The front desk will also ask for a credit card for guarantee (CUP available). A city tax of € 6 per person per night is charged at check-out. After checking in, I found several features that make this hotel truly worthy of the name of the hive. The ladder-shaped elevator, the rooms on the same floor are distributed like beehives, outside the balcony are hexagonal patios, honey-flavored shower gels and so on. Fortunately, the size of the room is not as small as a hexagonal honeycomb, and the two large boxes are still more than enough in space. There is also a safe in the room, so you can put valuables when you go out. Slippers were a pleasant surprise. Previously, hotels in the UK, the Netherlands and Switzerland were not available. Being forced to spend nearly one hundred yuan to bring his own slippers is really the consequence of not doing a good job in advance. The towels in the bathroom are placed on a heating rack, which is warm when you take them off. This is really a rare equipment and very intimate. Two regrets are that the first low-floor mobile phone and wifi signal are not particularly good. The second is that I did n’t eat the fried noodles for breakfast like other reviews, it ’s just a classic western breakfast. There are many high-quality Chinese restaurants nearby.
4.5/5Excellent110 Reviews
Termini Central Station Rome|1.5km from downtown
It was very convenient because it was very close to the train station and within walking distance of the main tourist attractions in Rome. When entering the room, it was a two-story specification and I was impressed by the room with a feeling of openness. Cleaning was perfect and we were able to spend comfortably. At first there was no slippers in the room, but you can get it free if you tell the person at the front desk. Also, when I brought wine into the room and tried to drink it, I was in trouble because there was no corkscrew, but if I told this to the front desk, I was able to have it opened at the bar. Even after check-out, it was very helpful because I kept my luggage for the time to head to the airport.

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