Relais 6 Via Tolmino is an elegant 1930s building in a pleasant residential neighbourhood in Rome. It features cosy lounges, an outdoor terrace and gym. The city centre is a 15-minute bus ride away.
Once a wartime hideaway, Relais 6 later became the headquarters for Allied intelligence during World War II. It now has an interesting exhibition of original war artefacts.
Rooms are bright, spacious and air conditioned. They come with free Wi-Fi, an LCD TV and a minibar. Each one has a private bathroom with hairdryer and toiletries.
A buffet breakfast and made to order coffee and cappuccino are served each morning. In summer, breakfast can be enjoyed out in the courtyard with fountain.
Drinks and snacks are available throughout the day and there are plenty of good restaurants in the area for dinner.
The impressive Villa Torlonia is 2 minutes' walk away, while you have great bus links along Via Nomentana to the centre and Termini Train Station.