Location of the Hotel Atlante Star
The vibrant and multicultural metropolis of Rome oozes both a history and a culture all of her own, indeed, her own personality. In every winding cobbled street there are treasures to be found, marble-enamoured churches to trip over, artisan boutiques and ancient priceless artefacts just lying by the roadside or wedged about each other like the parked cars and motorini.
The Hotel Atlante Star Rome occupies a location envied by all but our own sister hotel just around the corner, the Hotel Atlante Garden. Situated on Via Vitelleschi, this St Peter's hotel is in the wake of the awesome Cathedral - the gateway of the Vatican City - and Piazza San Pietro, the immense foreground of the cathedral, designed by Michelangelo over which the Pope routinely addresses his audience of thousands.
Take a look at the Hotel Atlante Star Interactive Map of Rome for an idea of the local geography. You can zoom in and out of the map to get your bearings, view a satellite image of each corner and cobblestone and even plan your route from any address in the world, should you be driving to Rome.
How to find us
The Atlante Star Hotel operates a free airport Pick Up service from Fiumicino Airport only. Simply make a request when booking online using the "extras" facility provided and making sure you inform us of your flight number and arrival time (use the comment's box provided)
If arriving by rail from other parts of Italy or Europe, chances are you'll roll into Termini Station. From here a taxi should cost no more than about Euro 15(Our address is Via Vitelleschi 34) or you can take the metro to Ottaviano on the red line. From the metro station the Atlante Star is about a 10 minute walk. Simply exit the metro station and walk down Via Ottaviano towards the Vatican Wall. Walk anticlockwise around Piazza Risorgimento at the bottom of the street and then turn left off the piazza onto Via Stefano Porcari. Via Stefano Porcari becomes Via Giovanni Vitelleschi and our hotel is on the corner of Via Tibullo on the left hand side.
If coming by car it's advisable to print out the Interactive Map of Rome on our Location page to help you find your way, although we'll be happy to provide you with a better one when you arrive. This Google-Powered map features a route planner from anywhere in the world.