The San Giovanni in Laterno district is situated in the southwest corner of Rome. Its central points are the San Giovanni Basilica and the Laterano Palace, which was the residence of the popes in the Middle Ages. Both of these buildings are located on the San Giovanni Piazza. The Battistero S. Giovanni was built by Constantine. At one point all Romans, or perhaps all those Romans who really counted, were baptized there. Other sights that you should see include the ruins of the beautiful circular temple of the Minerva Medica, the brick Castrense amphitheatre, and the neighboring Church of Santa Croce in Gerusalemme. For your convenience we have listed neighborhood hotels in the approximate order of cost, starting with the least expensive. We have personally verified all website addresses making sure that they include English-language pages.
The Hotel Bled is situated in a lovely classical villa. It is part of the Leonardi chain that includes 17 hotels in Rome. This hotel offers a garden and a panoramic terrace. They provide a rich buffet breakfast in a breakfast room. The address is Via S. Croce in Gerusalemme, 40 – 00185 – Rome.
The Hotel Daniela is a three-star, four-story hotel with a panoramic terrace and a garden. You may en a bar, a breakfast room, and a TV room. The hotel offers single, double, and triple rooms. It belongs to the same chain as the Hotel Bled. Its address is Via Luzzatti, 31 – 00185 – Rome.
The Hotel Re di Roma is a three-star hotel which is situated in an early Nineteenth Century building. It offers a lobby bar and a meeting room that can accommodate up to 60 people. There are 38 rooms, 2 of which are specially equipped to welcome disabled people. Among the rooms are …Read More