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Hotel Indigo ROME - ST. GEORGE

Via Giulia 62
Rome 00186
Nightly Rates: (USD$309.00 - USD$570.50)
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Hotel Description:

The Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George is a luxury hotel located in Via Giulia right in the historic centre of Rome amidst galleries, boutiques and workshops. Our luxury hotel perfectly blends modern comforts with hints of our neighbourhood story, as the original travertine marble walls and the murals celebrating the areas long history of artistic expression. At I Sof Bar Restaurant & Roof Terrace, which moves at the top floor of the hotel during summer, our chef Filly Mossucca handpicks seasonal ingredients and crafts farm-to-fork Roman recipes. Relax in our Roman bath including large whirlpool, sauna and Turkish bath at our wellness centre. Our outdoor event space suits 200, and were at walking distance from Pantheon, Vatican City, Castel SantAngelo, Piazza Navona, Campo de Fiori and the Spanish Steps.

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  Euro
Number of floors:  7
Number of rooms:  64
Number of suites:  5


I Sof Bar Restaurant & Roof Terrace: At lunchtime, you will find it hard to resist our Chef's creations, who combines local flavors and traditional cuisine to the latest trends in the international kitchens. For dinner, surrender to the temptation offered by an original menu featuring Medite
Roof Terrace: The restaurant moves to the roof terrace during the summer only months and weather conditions permitting. The Roof Terrace is the ideal spot to admire a 360 degrees view of the Eternal City. Roof Terrace Bar is open all day long from 08:00am to 01:00am wh
Bar: Enjoy a pleasant break in the company of your favourite tipple. Try the locally brewed beer together with a selection of D.O.L. (from Lazio region) cheeses and cured meats for a snack while taking advantage of the free Wi-Fi connection. Alternatively, enj


Fitness center on-site
Childrens's program

Room Info:

Turn down service, Cribs, Connecting rooms
Turn down service, Cribs, Connecting rooms, Sofa bed
superior 1 queen nonsmoking: TV
accessible 1 queen roll in shower nonsmoking: TV
standard 1 king nonsmoking: TV
superior 1 king nonsmoking: TV
standard 1 queen nonsmoking: TV
standard 1 single nonsmoking: TV
standard room nonsmoking: TV
superior twin nonsmoking: TV
superior room nonsmoking: TV
junior suite 1 double with sofabed nonsmoking: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Boardroom: One Boardroom for 10 attendees with natural day light and direct access to the internal courtyard

Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • ATM/Cash machine
  • Bathrobe
  • Bidet
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Desk with lamp
  • Florist
  • High speed internet access for laptop in public areas
  • Interior corridors
  • Lounges/bars
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Restaurant
  • Separate closet
  • Stereo
  • Voice mail
  • Accessible facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Concierge desk
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Free newspaper
  • High speed internet connection
  • Ironing board
  • Meeting rooms
  • Premium movie channels
  • Room service
  • Shoe shine stand
  • Storage space
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors
  • Dry cleaning
  • Gift/News stand
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Late check-out available
  • Minibar
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Technical concierge
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Baby sitting
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Color television
  • Currency exchange
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • Hairdryer
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Limousine service
  • Non-smoking
  • Public area air conditioned
  • Satellite television
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Valet same day dry cleaning

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