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Relais Rione Ponte overview:

Custom-made exhibition of contemporary artists (Spazio Arte)

Soundproof rooms and suites with high quality handcraft furniture and elegant and exclusive drapery.

Free Wi Fi

Free Nespresso coffee and fresh fruit in the lounge

Night porter

Qualified multilingual staff

Sweet Italian -style breakfast included

PHILOSOPHY

Relais Rione Ponte is named after the historic neighbourhood Rione Ponte, well-known as the “quarter of Renaissance”. It is located between Piazza Navona, Palazzo Altemps and the Basilique of Sant’Apollinare. It is only a short walk from the Tiber, which through its bridges leads to Castel Sant’Angelo, St. Peters Basilique and the Vatican. The Pantheon, Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Augusto Imperatore and Ara Pacis are other nearby tourist attractions.

Rione Ponte is framed and in the midst of ancient noble palaces, churches, squares, monuments, roads, small shops, typical venues; all among the most representative of Roman art, culture, traditions and history.

Relais Rione Ponte offers its guests the experience of staying in a comfortable vintage house, elegantly furnished with attention and personalized service. In addition, we offer privacy and independence thanks to our night porter service.

Our hospitality is devoted to guarantee an impeccable stay to whoever wants to bask in and remember the Eternal City.
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  • The Ponte district is on the left bank side of the Tiber River in the north and west, and the east is in the area of the Artenops Palace, Santa Maria della Pace, and the south of the Crime Museum. Crossing Vittorio Emanuele II Bridge, we went into the Ponte district and enjoyed the foot of the St. Angel Bridge, the Korinari Street and the back alley.
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  • A walk in the winter sun along Via dei Coronari has perhaps definitively opened my eyes to what, for the simple stroll in search of the most picturesque views offered by the alleys of Rome, is perhaps the most beautiful and characteristic Ward (obviously that the competition of Trastevere in the first place is fierce, but also of Monti, but with a type of beauty all his own and different, and in a more similar way of Rule, S.Angelo,Trevi...). Not the richest of monuments (that palm tree, on the other hand, hold the inexhaustible winding streets of Pigna) and therefore not the first in which a tourist would think of passing, but of an all-Roman beauty (although inevitably now a little fake) that it is all to be discovered: and I do not speak so much of Via Giulia, a flourish of palaces and courtyards that suffers more than other parts of the symptoms of decadence, but rather of the over-the-top Via dei Coronari with its sleepers (Via di San Simone!) and Via del Giglio d'oro and Via de de The Bear and the palaces four to sixteenth century, the countless baroque churches and even the Longtevere that, at the Bridge St. Angel (which, however, despite giving it its name, is no longer owned by the Ward) lets go to a moment of beauty that makes it go to a moment of beauty that makes it go to a moment of beauty that makes it go to a moment of beauty that makes it go to a moment of beauty that forget the urban havoc and the anthetical walls. Medieval footprint still present in the streets that point to the Tiber, and patina here not only baroque, but also so renaissance, make the walk in this Ward and immediate surroundings an absolutely to do experience.
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  • This is a decent area and if we lived in Rome, this is where we’d stay because of the proximity of attractions but it’s far enough to not be in the middle of things every day.  more »
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