The Hotel Cambridge 3 star hotel in the centre of Rome is in the perfect location for tourists to the Eternal City. Situated in an area with plenty of restaurants and bars, guests to the Hotel Cambridge will find that they are also within 15 minutes walking distance of important tourist attractions including the magnificent golden Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, and the romantic Trevi Fountain (particularly spectacular when viewed at night).
Of course, the strategic positioning of the Hotel Cambridge next to Termini Station is perhaps the best advantage. Termini is the transport hub of Rome enjoying direct links to the city"s two main airports in addition to rail links to the rest of Italy and beyond. Termini is also the site of a major bus station and a large taxi rank in addition to providing access to the city"s tram network. The most important feature of Termini for tourists however is that both lines of the Rome"s underground metro system can be accessed here meaning that guests can easily and directly reach all of Rome"s main tourist attractions. This includes major attractions such as the Sistine Chapel on the A-Line and the Coliseum on the B-Line.
The Hotel Cambridge, on demand, features a shuttle service to / from Fiumicino, Ciampino and Civitavecchia.
A summary of nearby attractions and how to get to them from the Hotel Cambridge and Termini can be found below.
From Fiumicino Airport, take the Leonardo Express train to Termini. The trains run directly from Fiumicino Airport"s own train station and reach Termini within about half an hour, though they terminate at around 11.30.
From Ciampino Airport, take one of the several coach services selling tickets on the ground outside Arrivals. Coaches run in conjunction with arriving flights, but don"t buy your tickets on the plane if you want to avoid the queues!
From Termini Station, exit the train station by track 1, walk straight for four blocks along Via Marghera and turn right onto Via Palestro. The Hotel Cambridge is then on your right.
The National Opera House, Piazza Repubblica and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli – 10 mins on foot or 1 stop on Metro Line A to "Repubblica" • The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore – 10 to 15 mins on foot or 1 stop on Metro Line A to "Vittorio Emanuele" • The fashionable district of Monti full of art galleries, bars, chic boutiques and traditional restaurants – 15 mins on foot or 1 stop on Metro Line B to "Cavour" • The Trevi Fountain – 10/15 mins on foot or 2 stops on Metro Line A to "Barberini" • The Spanish Steps and the shopping district – 3 stops on Metro Line A to "Spagna" • The Coliseum & Imperial Roman Forum – 15 mins on foot or 3 stops on Metro Line B to "Colosseo" • Basilica of St John Lateran & the Holy Stairs – 15 mins on foot or 3 stops on Metro Line A to "San Giovanni" • The Pantheon – 15/20 mins by foot or 4 stops on bus route 40 to "Largo Argentina" • Piazza Navona – 25 mins by foot or 4 stops on bus route 40 to "Largo Argentina" • Circus Maximus and the Bocca della Verita – 3 stops on Metro Line B to "Circo Massimo" • The nightclubs of Testaccio – 4 stops on Metro Line B to "Piramide" • Piazza del Popolo, Villa Borghese, the Borghese Gallery and shopping – 4 stops on Metro Line A to "Flaminio" • The Basilica of St Peter (containing the body of St Peter), the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel – 6 stops on Metro Line A to "Ottaviano" • The Basilica of St Paul (containing the body of St Paul) – 6 stops on Metro Line B to "San Paulo"