Via Veneto, or Via Vittorio Veneto as it is officially called, is one of the most famous streets in Rome. Located in a convenient location in the heart of the city, the street was immortalized by one of the most famous Italian filmmakers, namely Federico Fellini, in his Oscar-winning drama "La Dolce Vita". During the sixties and seventies it was the most fashionable place in Rome, where all the most fashionable clubs, bars and restaurants were found.
During the 1980s, Via Veneto and its surrounding area stagnated until it found new life as home to some of Rome's most expensive and expensive hotels and, along with that, some of its most elegant restaurants and cafes. The street is home to the Cafe de Paris and the Harry's Bar, both places regularly frequented by many celebrities from Rome. The street is characterized by its covered cafes on wide sidewalks / sidewalks, which is a novelty in Rome, as well as by the splendid buildings and villas of the 19th century.
Below you will find three hotels in Rome near Via Veneto, ranging from a good standard 3-star hotel to a luxurious and luxurious 5-star hotel.
The 3-star Hotel Garda Roma is located in the area near Via Veneto and Piazza di Spagna. Many of the city's other attractions are easily accessible on foot or by subway. The hotel is housed in a typical Roman building & # 39; dating back to the 19th century and has 30 rooms in total. The rooms are clean and simply but comfortably furnished, so you can get the most out of your stay in the enchanting eternal city.
4-star Hotel Savoy in Rome is housed in a well-maintained Umberto style palace & # 39; building with its reserved and elegant facade, which was renovated in 1999. The hotel has an interesting claim to fame, since it was used in the filming of Ginger and Fred by Fellini. Originally built as a luxurious residence in 1886, the hotel has been completely renovated to offer a luxurious and comfortable environment with a combination of refinement and style.
The 5-star Ambasciatori Palace Hotel Rome is located directly on Via Veneto and was built at the beginning of the 20th century. The hotel was built primarily to satisfy the diplomats who visit nearby embassies and that is how the hotel took its name. Today, the Ambasciatori offers luxury rooms and services for the most demanding guests. The hotel also houses the famous & # 39; The Terrace & # 39; restaurant, which serves gourmet cuisine and opens onto a terrace overlooking Via Veneto.
Approximate distances from Via Veneto to many of Rome's attractions: Piazza di Spagna: 0.5 kilometers, Trevi Fountain: 1 kilometer, Piazza Navona: 1.6 kilometers, Colosseum: 2 kilometers and St. Peter's Basilica and the Vatican: 3, 0 kilometers.