Dharma Hotel ***
For those who really wish to experience staying in Rome to the full, the centrality of the hotel represents an added advantage: guests avoid traveling long distances to and from the hotel, saving them precious time to explore and the possibility to experience the grandeurs of the city. There are many reasons to stay here: being an historic building- from the 19th century- it's a short walk away from the Opera Theatre, Quirinal Palace, Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore and only 7 minutes walk away from the Termini train station. Slightly beyond here is the Colosseum, Piazza Venezia, the Trevi Fountain, main shopping areas and the most beautiful and admired churches in the world. The hotel focuses on its guests, offering them personalized services to suit all needs. All hotel guests are given the unique opportunity to stay in rooms and Suites that focus on Wellness as well as comfort; experience lunch or dinner in a restaurant that is renown and well-loved for its cuisine and appreciate the availability of a dedicated, round the clock service.
Wellness at the Dharma Hotel is directly served in-room: Wellness Suites and Deluxe Suites offer guests a private and unique Spa experience comprising: a circular, hydro-massage bath with water jets and waterfall, a Hammam Turkish bath and emotional showers with chromo-therapy.
There are only 30 rooms at Hotel Dharma but with many room types, all have something different to offer. Double rooms, for example, are distinguished by their size and the presence of a bath or shower with chrome-therapy- also present in Triple rooms. Executive Double rooms are equipped with a bathroom with Turkish bath, as well as a separate living room with sofa. Suites also have Turkish baths while Wellness Suites offer in-room Spa services comprising: a hydro-massage bath with cervical waterfall, Turkish Bath/sauna and emotional shower with chrome-therapy. The same amenities are found in the Deluxe Wellness Suite, boasting a balcony with a small living room, facing directly out onto the Opera Theatre. Lastly, the Royal Wellness Suite, the most romantic Suite provided by the Dharma Hotel, has a living room in a separate ambient. Communal amenities available to all guests include: AC, telephone with free local calls, Satellite TV with Sky channels, Tea and Coffee making facilities, minibar, safe and a Wi-Fi Internet connection.
Already famous amongst Romans as a good-food spot, the Cotto Restaurant serves lunch and dinner with dishes that represent traditional, Lazian and Meridian cuisine; often reinterpreted through unusual combinations, like the famous "Gricia" Pasta, prepared with artichokes. Classic, Roman pizzas- flat and crispy- with tasty salads as well as options for vegetarians, vegans and celiacs are all available to try.
Rome is renowned as the biggest open-air museum in the world. Among the archeological districts of Fori, the Colosseum, Saint Peter, Spanish steps, Piazza Venezia, churches, museums and monuments, there is more than enough to explore with multiple tourist, cultural and artistic attractions, spread out over the city and into the suburbs- e.g. Appian Way or Ostia Antica. However, if guests are lucky enough to have ample time to explore then the hinterland surrounding Rome itself offers many, all-year round tourist attractions. For example: Roman castles, the town of Tivoli with its famous thermal baths and villas and Subiaco; where famous monasteries can be found surrounding the town.
Near railway station
Number of rooms accessible for persons with disabilities : 2
Restaurants in the vicinity