Lose yourself in what The Guardian calls a "labyrinth of cobbled streets and stunning squares" full of "endless bars and restaurants" with this deal from Worldhotel Ripa Roma in the Italian capital's Trastevere district. Two-night breaks at this 4-star hotel are now 37% cheaper than usual at $105 (EUR 79) per person.
Valid until March 20, the deal includes:
There is an additional city tax of $4 (EUR 3) per person each day.
Rich in history and "staunchly resisting the tides of change for centuries", Trastevere is described by Fodor's as "a delight for dialecticians, biscuit-eaters, wine-bibbers, and book-browsers alike".
Located minutes from the Vatican and Villa Sciarra park, the hotel is "in a trendy and bohemian district", says the Spanish edition of Marie Claire. Facilities include a fitness suite and a bistro. Most Superior Rooms come with a balcony. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available for all guests.
Not available on February 15 - 17 and March 14-17.