Hotel Pyramid Rome takes its name from the distinctive ‘Piramide’ nearby – the tomb of the ancient Roman noble Cestius. The pyramid dates back to around 12 BC and lies on the very edge of the ancient city boundary.
Still standing today just metres from ‘Piramide’ is the ancient Door of St Paul. St Paul’s Cathedral, one of the four patriarchal churches of Rome (along with St Peter’s, St John Lateran and St Mary Major) is one stop away on the metro.
The Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza della Repubblica, St Peter’s and the Vatican and St John’s and St Mary Major are all accessible via the nearby metro system.
The heart of the historical centre is accessible by several bus routes. The beach is a 40 minute train ride from Piramide as is Fiumicino Airport, and the rest of Lazio and indeed Italy is accessible via Termini Station 4 stops away.