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Hotel Capo d’Africa in Rome, Italy

By August 13, 2013April 1st, 2020Travel + Culture
When in Rome; do as Reginia did.

I can’t believe that I’ve let months pass without doing a proper review of Hotel Capo d’Africa.
Hotel Capo d’Africa made my time in Rome comfortable and cozy. Unlike many European Hotels, Hotel Capo d’ Africa offers a wealth of space without huge costs. Those who have traveled throughout Europe know that hotel spaces can be quite cramped but not with Hotel Capo d’ Africa.
My trip to Rome almost wasn’t due to the rude counter agents with Emirates Airlines and the ruckus that is navigating Dubai International Airport. In short, the Emirates agent canceled my entire ticket and I had to buy a new ticket. Of course, I didn’t buy with them, to their surprise, I went with the lovely Qatar Airlines; and I’m glad a did. I’ll digress for now.
After a 6.5 hour flight from Dubai, I made it to Rome a bit later than originally planned. The hotel was so kind to reschedule my private car service and the driver waited patiently in baggage claim for me. In route to the hotel, he took the scenic route and gave a bit of Roman History; because I was a bit rusty from high school.
Hotel Capo d’ Africa is tucked away in a mixed use community across from apartments as well as little shops. It’s so cute and quaint. I wish I could have captured a better image upon arrival but my camera was in my bag and my iPhone doesn’t cooperate with night images.
However, the next day, I fell in love with this hotel.
From the breakfast suite, there’s a view of the Colosseum with stunning panoramic scenes of the neighborhood.

 

Needless to say that these views and the delicious breakfast started my days well.

 

 

 

At the time of the trip, I hadn’t had bacon or pork in quite some time, so I did indulge to the max. The pictures are of various mornings though.

 

 

Overall, the rooms were pretty standard; outfitted with a television (some English channels), queen sized comfortable bed, closet, bathroom with toiletries, and a desk. Room service and wine were pretty fantastic as well.
When in Rome; do as Reginia did and stay at Hotel Capo d’Africa.
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