Welcome to TheWesley Rome

  • TheWesley Rome accommodation is an excellent choice for your stay in Rome, located in the Piazza Navona district this area is considered the heart of the city’s historic centre. A short stroll from TheWesley and you will find yourself at the Spanish Steps, Piazza del Popolo, Piazza Navona, Pantheon and Vatican.

  • TheWesley accommodation is established in a beautiful 19th Century Listed Building, the property offers a stunning view of the Castel Sant'Angelo (Angel Castel) opposite and the River Tiber. The Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica are just 15 minutes walk away.

  • Our property includes 5 luxury bedrooms of the highest quality that can accommodate up to 20 people. Furnished in our unique Wesley style, our rates includes Free Wi-Fi and a communal area for people to make drinks and sit.

Useful Maps & Information

Rome Attractions

With so many attractions to see and things to do, the real challenge is to fit it all in. Check out the link below for a vast amount of high resolution Rome maps, large and free to help plan your stay.

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Metro Map

Rome metro (subway), simply called Metropolitana by Italians. The metro runs approximately every 7-10 minutes, from 5:30am until 11:30pm every day except Saturday, when trains run until 12:30am.

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Calendar of Events

Rome is a sprawling cosmopolitan city with nearly 3,000 years of globally influential art, architecture and culture on display. It offers a wide choice of world-class cultural and art events, concerts and exhibitions throughout the year.

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Water In Rome

You will find around 2,500 public fountains which are called nasoni (big noses). These fountains contain clean water that is safe for drinking, it is the exact same water that comes out of the taps of Rome’s houses. So don’t buy bottled water, just stop off at a fountain for an ice-cold drink!

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Tourist Information

Walking is a rewarding way of sightseeing in Rome - there is so much of interest around every street corner and much of the city centre alleys are too narrow for buses and cars. Visit the Rome Tourist Information centre for all the best maps of the city.

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Rome Airports

There are two main airports in Rome. Rome Ciampino Airport is served by various European low cost airlines and Rome Fiumicino Airport is a real international hub, connecting Rome to the main European cities and major locations around the world.

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There is no bad time to visit Rome

  • Rome boasts a typical Mediterranean climate with hot, dry summers and mild, rainy winters. Due to its coastal central location, the city tends to be much cooler than Italy’s southern resorts in the winter, but often warmer than the same resorts in the summer, when the city’s buildings trap in the heat.

  • Over the course of the year, the temperature usually varies between 3°C and 31°C, rarely dropping below -1°C or rising above 34°C. On average, July is the hottest month of the year, when the average temperature is 25°C, whilst January is the coldest month of the year, when average temperatures drop down to a cold 8°C. The majority of rain falls during autumn and the start of the winter season December is the wettest month. On the other hand, summer remains almost entirely dry.

  • Rome enjoys a fair amount of sunshine all-year-round even in the middle of winter when temperatures sometimes reach freezing point. However the average sea temperature at the closest coastal location to Rome is only warm enough for swimming in summer and autumn, regardless of the number of sunshine hours or temperature.


TheWesley Rome

Located in a beautiful 19th Century Listed Building, TheWesley property offers a stunning view of the Castel Sant'Angelo (Angel Castel) opposite and the River Tiber.

The Vatican City and St. Peter's Basilica are just 15 minutes walk. Click to view map.


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