Rome, Italy – Albergo Cesari

Albergo Cesari – Rome, Italy

The location is EXCELLENT!! Walking distance to most everything. A block away from the Via Del Corso with great shopping and a minute or so walk to the Pantheon and Piazza del Rotunda which we loved (had our favorite gelateria – Le Cremeria!)We stayed in the quad room. It is a very large room with a double (2 twins put together) bed and then 2 separated twins on either side. There is a desk and a large armoire. The bathroom is also quite large, so if you are looking for a quad room this is a very nice size.
The breakfast room is a bit small as others have mentioned but we only had to wait one morning and that was for a short time. There are a lot of travelers here from England, Germany and France so we felt like we were in an international cafe in the morning. Also, a lot of business people.
The staff was always very helpful making dinner reservations, giving directions, etc. There is also a computer in the lobby with free internet access which comes in handy. We would definitely stay there again!

Please Note: we stayed here again in June 2006, and shortly after we left the hotel did a major remodel. Putting individually controlled air conditioning in each room and making a rooftop terrace where breakfast is served in nice weather.

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4 responses to “A day exploring the Amalfi Coast – Positano, Ravello and Amalfi in March”

  1. What a lovely look at the Amalfi coast and its food. It’s also proof positive that an overcast day can yield images that are more breathtaking, moody and mysterious than unbridled sunshine.

    • Judy Gambee replied: — September 9th, 2013 @ 10:46 pm

      Thank you, I am glad you enjoyed it. You’re right, it is great to experience things in all types of weather!

  2. Judy, thanks for sharing your visit to the Amalfi Coast. Despite the rain it looks like you had a lovely time exploring!

    We have previously visited Salerno and Paestum which are further south, but we did not have time to explore the Amalfi coast area. Maybe next time!

    • Judy Gambee replied: — September 15th, 2013 @ 3:09 pm

      Anne, glad you enjoyed the post. We hope to get further south like you did some day!!

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