Hotel Navona Roma: a stay in the heart of the historic centre near Piazza Navona
Situated in the heart of the historic centre, Hotel Navona Roma
enjoys a privileged position only a few steps from Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Campo de’ Fiori
and the other main tourist attractions
in the Eternal City, all within walking distance.
Stay at Hotel Navona and immerse yourself in history. This historic 15th century building stands on the site of the Baths of Agrippa,
, the first bath complex in the city, which was built by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa
and opened in 12 BC. The hotel has been completely refurbished, while retaining aspects that reflect the glorious past of the Eternal City. Several rooms feature frescoed ceilings, and ancient Roman bricks are still visible in the communal areas.
The hotel provides different types of room
with Economy, Standard, Superior and Family Rooms.
Each elegantly decorated room features a private bathroom, air conditioning, free Wi-Fi (excluding groups ), mini-bar and satellite TV.
Hotel Navona provides a full buffet breakfast
served between 7.30am and 10.00am, for you to start your tour of the city bursting with energy. Breakfast is not included in the room rate, and is charged at 10 euros per person. Take advantage of our special ‘breakfast included’ offers for your stay!
Rome Historic Centre Hotel: Hotel Navona
With the help of our hotel concierge
you can organize various services for making the most of your stay in Rome. Our staff can suggest the best restaurants, typical Roman trattorias and shopping streets, and organize guided tours to discover the artistic and cultural heritage of Rome (the Vatican Museums, Colosseum, Roman Forum and Ostia Antica to name but a few) and other Italian cities (including Tivoli, Assisi, Naples, Capri and Pompeii). The hotel will also organize private transfers
to and from Fiumicino Airport (FCO), Ciampino Airport (CIA) and the Port of Civitavecchia.
Hotel Navona in Rome issituated at 8 Via dei Sediari in a restricted traffic area (ZTL, Zona aTraffico Limitato) to which access is controlled by electronic entrances withvarying hours (weekdays – weekends/holidays).