Your name – Lizzie
Who did you travel with – Husband and Miss 2
Where did you visit – Rome, Italy
What time of year – October, 2014
Length of stay – 4 nights
What was the weather like – Perfect, jeans and t-shirt sort of weather with blue skies and one rainy day.
Style (Hotel, Apartment, B&B) – Apartment/Hotel
Room type booked – Junior suite
Facilities – Hotel manager, WIFI,
We booked the junior suite as it had a little lounge nook where we could put our daughters portacot – there was also a single bed tucked away that a child/teenager could happily sleep in
Excellent kitchen filled with snacks, drinks and a coffee machine
Location = incredible (it’s on a main road and the road didn’t have a pathway so we just had to be careful every time we first went out the door)
No washing machine
Internal and external stairs
No bath (but it had a massive shower that our daughter loved playing in)
Would you stay there again? Yes
Any restaurant/cafe/bar recommendations for eating out with children?
The joys of Italy! Pizza on every corner, so if your child likes pizza, you are in luck. We find Italy overall a very child friendly place and have never felt uncomfortable in any of the restaurants or cafes that we have been to.
La Focaccia – was the best pizza we found in Rome, you can have a wander around Piazza Navona and then head into the back streets to find La Focaccia.
Things to do?
Spanish Steps – our daughter loved the freedom to run up and down over and over.
Pantheon – what’s not to love about walking around this incredible piece of history, and it’s free.
Trevi fountain – we happily spent half a day enjoying the fountain with a gelato in hand.
Bioparco – maybe we were just there at a bad time but I wasn’t impressed with the Rome Zoo, I left feeling a little depressed.
Villa Borghese Gardens were gorgeous – worth a run around. Little cafes were hidden away for a quick espresso to give you the energy for the 4 person peddle bikes that were available to rent.