A few days in Rome to visit the Vatican Museums
An excellent starting point to begin your own city tour and discover one of the most visited museums in the world
Suite Glass – Triviho
A Glass Suite in Via Barberini
Choose TriviHo for your next holiday in Rome. It is an elegant design hotel in the city centre, furnished in a unique and individual style. The furnishings are carefully selected. Here you will find art pieces and antiques. In a warm and cosy atmosphere, you can choose from different room types. For the most discerning guests we recommend the Suites and the Glass Suite, which are larger and more spacious, with a lounge area, a double-sinks bathroom and a fabulous freestanding bathtub.
Additionally, our Glass Suite has a wide window, which gives the room pleasant natural light. Breakfast is served in the lobby, our elegant living room, where you can start the day off right tasting a traditional croissant and cappuccino, coffee, fresh fruit, a juice or enjoying a more hearty and salty international breakfast.
Extra services on request
Our professional and pleasant staff is at your disposal. If you have any special needs please do not hesitate to contact us! You will find all contact details on our website. To make your stay in Rome even more comfortable we provide our guests with services on request, including transport to and from the airport and main train stations, a city tour with a qualified tourist guide to discover Rome’s timeless beauty. As soon as you arrive, ask the receptionist. We will be happy to advise you and book for you the best restaurants and clubs in the city, for a romantic dinner or an aperitif in one of the Capital’s magnificent piazzas. To enjoy your couple’s holiday in Rome to the top, choose TriviHo. It is much more than just a hotel!
Directions and ticket booking for the Vatican Museums
To get to the Vatican Museums from TriviHo you have more than one alternative. If you choose public transport we recommend the Metro: get to the nearby Barberini stop and continue to the Ottaviano stop, it only takes 15 minutes to reach one of the most important and most visited museums in the world.
Or you can take a nice walk and in 40 minutes you will be there. We recommend you pre-booking your tickets to avoid long queues.