Picking the best place to stay in Rome might not be easy.

While the best area to stay in Rome will depend largely on taste, budget and needs, there is no doubt that staying at a hotel downtown will be the best way to fully know the city.

If you stay anywhere near a B line subway stop, you will easily reach Seraphicum congress venue with just one train. The B line crosses the A line at Termini, so if you are staying anywhere near an A line stop, you can change at Termini and then reach Seraphicum congress venue.

Congress secondary venues are well connected as well by public transportation.
Azienda Ospedaliera San Giovanni by line A subway – stop: San Giovanni
University La Sapienza by line B subway – stop: Policlinico.

Special rates granted for WACEM2024 by some hotels

A limited number of rooms have been reserved at the following hotels

Please follow instructions below and book your room as soon as possible:

Double/single use
Via Filippo Turati 16
(area: Termini)
EUR 120EUR 135
Via Filippo Turati 33-37
(area: Termini)
EUR 120EUR 135
Via Vittorio Emanuele Orlando 90
(area: Repubblica/Termini)
EUR 175EUR 190
Buffet breakfast, wi-fi, 10% vat and service charge included.
City tax
is not included; EUR 7,50 per person/per day 4* hotels

are free of charge if received 7 days before the arrival date.


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Via Marsala 60
(area: Termini)
Via Magenta 2
(area: Termini)
Via Magenta 12
(area: Termini)
Via Nazionale 13
(area: Repubblica/Termini)
Via Cristoforo Colombo 112
(area: EUR)
City tax EUR 7,50 per person/per day 4* hotels – EUR 6 per person/per day 3* hotels

Discount valid on the ‘Best Available Rate’. 10WACEM2024 rates allow you to change or cancel your reservation without penalty until 12 noon local time, 2 days prior to arrival. For cancellations or changes made after this deadline or for no-shows, the guest will be charged the cost of the first night. 

This is a selection of some centrally located areas and neighbourhood in Rome which offers a great selection of hotels, apartments and bed & breakfasts accommodation.
While surfing the Booking.com page you can set your filters on the preferred neighbourhood.

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A short description of the selected neighbourhoods


Monti is a short walk from the Colosseum and Piazza Venezia. It’s possible to walk almost anywhere from here besides the Vatican. If you prefer to take the subway, the Cavour (B line), Termini (A line), and Colosseo (B line) stops are nearby.
From Roma Termini train station, Monti is a 15-minute walk or one stop away on the B-line subway.


Termini Station in Rome is Italy’s largest railway station. In addition to providing a connection point for trains from all parts of Italy, it is also the central hub connecting the A line and B line subways with many bus routes. Rome’s Termini Station is not just a transportation hub; it’s also a great starting point for exploring some of the city’s hidden gems and attractions.


Piazza della Repubblica is at the top of the road from Via Nazionale and has its own A line subway stop “Repubblica”.  Termini Station and B line subway stop “Termini” is close by as well as bus stops. There a some nice shops and restaurants in the vicinity as well.


Piazza di Spagna is in Rome city center, close to the Trevi Fountain and at the foothills of the Pincian Hill and the Borghese Gardens (Villa Borghese). Piazza di Spagna is one of the most famous piazzas in Rome, if not the most famous of all. 
The closest subway stop is the line A “Spagna” which is right under the Spanish Steps. 


Close to Monti district, the B line subway stop Colosseo is just across the Colosseum.


A predominantly residential area, the Aventino is ideal for those looking for peace and quiet with plenty of trees and parks. Situated on one of the seven hills of Rome, it is not far from the historic centre.
Nearest B line subway stations: depending on where you are staying, Circo Massimo, Piramide.


San Giovanni is one of the Roman zones that can count on a millenary tradition. Defined in local terminology as Appio-Latino, it includes several Renaissance buildings and hides a long series of points of interest.
You can get easily to San Giovanni by subway line A. On one direction it connects to Termini station, Spanish Steps and St. Peter’s.


The EUR district is definitely not what first comes to mind when one thinks of Rome. Its monumental, modernist architecture and grand avenues stand in stark contrast to cozy, intimate Rome of Trastevere or Monti.
EUR is known as a business district, with the main headquarters of banks, large institutions and public sector organizations based there.
Even if this area is not close to the historical center, it is well connected via the subway. You just have to take the line B subway and get off at LAURENTINA to reach Seraphicum congress venue. It’s a 25 minute ride from Termini Station.

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