Hotel Club House
5 Minutes from Rome's Cornelia Metro Station and 3 stops from the Vatican City.
Hotel Club House is characterised by a friendly and comfortable atmosphere. It is set in a very quiet area of Rome, outside urban traffic. Quality, comfort and quietness are our motto, while the attention for every detail is here the premise for a memorable staying. Our hundred and eight rooms are all finely furnished. Furthermore you can appreciate our broad and welcoming hall, TV and breakfast room.
The hotel position close to the metro station makes this hotel the ideal place for sightseeing or for business travellers going to town. From here you can reach the main cultural, historical and archaeological sites of the capital: Saint Peter's Dome, Coliseum, the Roman Ruins (Fori Imperiali), the Spanish Steps, the Basilica San Giovanni in Laterano, the Trevi Fountain. The hotel is well connected also with a bus, which stop is at 100 m from the hotel itself. The Hotel is very close to the major clinics and hospitals of Rome as Policlinico Gemelli, IDI, San Carlo de Nancy, the clinic San Raffaele, Hospital San Filippo Neri, and the paediatric hospital Bambin Gesù.
As the renowned capital of Italy, and Europe’s fourth largest city, few places on Earth are as impressive as Rome. Sightseeing in this astonishing metropolis is a hugely enjoyable experience - after all, it’s not every day that two and a half thousand years of history are laid out before you.
From the Trevi fountain to the Colosseum, Rome’s abundant sights rival those of any other city on the planet, in terms of their beauty, historical importance and ability to simply take your breath away. Whether your interests lie in antiquity, architecture, cuisine, culture, religion, shopping or sport, Rome has something to suit all tastes.
Stroll through the Pantheon, marvel at Michelangelo’s Piazza del Campidoglio and admire the Swiss Guardsmen of Vatican City. Try a ‘proper’ spaghetti alla Carbonara near the Spanish Steps or sit back with a coffee and people-watch in Piazza Navona. Alternatively, if you fancy a break from Rome sightseeing, act like a local and take in a Lazio or Roma match at the Olympic Stadium.