THE MEETING THAT GIVES VALUE TO YOUR TRIP

The first Camplus hotel was founded in the centre of Rome, in a position as strategic as it is captivating: a 5-minute walk from the Roma Termini station and a 10-minute ride by public transport from all the main tourist attractions. Camplus Hotel Roma Centro is located in an elegant building completely redeveloped with a strong stylistic reference to the Roman noble palaces, thanks to its barrel vaults that highlight and distinguish all of the hotel’s main areas.

The high ceilings, the large windows, the evocative internal courtyard and the characteristic views offered by the various terraces of the hotel offer a unique experience to our guests, made all the more unforgettable by the majestic view of the Cloister of Michelangelo of the National Roman Museum-Baths of Diocletian, visible from several rooms of our hotel.

The finishes of the Camplus Hotel Roma Centro are the result of carefully selected materials, for the perfect fusion of ancient and modern that is expressed in our rooms where the traditional wainscoting has been reinterpreted to combine comfort, design and functionality.

As guests of Camplus Hotel Roma Centro you can choose between different types of rooms, all equipped with private bathroom with shower and free wifi. Breakfast, upon reservation, will be offered to you by Hum.us, the “fast-gourmet” restaurant concept of Camplus.

By choosing us, you will feel at home from the very first minutes spent with us: we will welcome you in our sitting room designed to stand out from the more traditional reception areas and which will transform your trip into a truly added-value experience.

Our plus

Comfortable rooms
Hum.us catering
Added-value experiences
Location
Reliability
Hospitality
Location
Reliability
Hospitality

Our plus

Comfortable rooms
Hum.us catering
Added-value experiences

A look at our rooms

The rooms are comfortable and quiet, with a modern and functional design. The executive rooms and suites offer a majestic panorama overlooking the Cloister of Michelangelo from which you can also admire the basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli e dei Martiri.

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