A hotel in Rome’s city centre isn’t always the right choice
Hotel Pulitzer makes its off-centred location its point of strength Rome is big, immense to the eyes of those who don’t experience day-to-day life in the city; for tourists and business people, the city centre is magnificent, but often chaotic and too fast-paced.
So why not stay in a design hotel away from the traffic, but well connected to the rest of the city and the city centre? Hotel Pulitzer is strategically positioned and ideal for experiencing the best of what Rome has to offer.
Situated in the heart of the ultra-modern EUR district, Hotel Pulitzer is only 200 meters from the Marconi LINE B underground railway station only a few minutes from the city centre (5 stops to the Colosseum).
Hotel Pulitzer is conveniently located and easy to reach:
• Termini train station is only 7 km from the hotel and 7 stops on the LINE B underground
• Fiumicino airport is 23 km from the hotel
• Ciampino airport is 20 km from the hotel
• Not to be underestimated is the vicinity of the entrance to the A91 motorway which in just a few minutes takes you to Rome's Fiumicino airport
The Roma Exhibition Centre is easy to reach from Tuscolana, Tiburtina and Ostiense stations connected via underground railway lines A and B and a subsequent connection train (FR 1) in the direction of Fiumicino.
For those looking to immerse themselves in the culture and art of ancient Rome, Hotel Pulitzer is within short distance of the papal basilica Saint Paul Outside the Walls (San Paolo Fuori Le Mura) erected in 324 AD on the remains of the tomb of Saint Paul the Apostle.