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SHG Hotel Portamaggiore is a historical 3 stars Hotel close to Termini Railway Station, Santa Maria Basilica and San Giovanni in Laterano Basilica.

It has single, double, triple and quadruple rooms; the last ones are perfect for families or small groups. All rooms are comfortable, well-lit and with a private bathroom. We also have rooms for disabled guests.

SHG Hotel Portamaggiore has 3 Meeting Halls and the exclusive “La Terrazza in Portamaggiore” Roof Garden, recently restored, provided with an elegant glass covering. The Roof Garden is our button hole, perfect to spend pleasant relax moments eating one of our tasty dishes in the a-la-carte menu or drinking a fanciful cocktail prepared by the expert barman at the Lounge Bar, open everyday from early afternoon to late night.

Our offer is completed with a wide range of services conceived for those who love traveling feeling at home: free Wi-Fi, luggage deposit, Reception 24/24 hours, early check-in and late check-out, porterage service and concierge where it’s possible to book tranfers, tours, events.

Located in an ancient Palace built at the beginning of the 20th century, this historical 3 stars hotel overlooks one of Rome Gates, in Porta Maggiore Mura Aureliane, important witness of the city history which gives the name to the homonymous Monumental Square.

Thanks to its strategic position, SHG PORTA MAGGIORE HOTEL is the perfect base for a tour to discover Rome. In fact, in front of the main entrance there tram and bus lines stops that will allow you to reach the Symbol Places of the Eternal City in a short time. At only 500 meters there’s the Manzoni A Metro Station and the most recent Museum Station of S. Giovanni C Metro.

After a 15 minutes pleasant walk you’ll arrive at the COLOSSEUM and Via dei FORI IMPERIALI and then you’ll be immersed in the central streets, in the heart of Rome to live an unforgettable and unique experience.

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SHG Hotel Portamaggiore
historical 3 stars Hotel in Rome

The history of Hotel Portamaggiore is tied to Rome history