Welcome to Holiday Inn Rome Aurelia located in the Aurelio district in the west part of Rome, close to the Vatican City.

Holiday Inn® Rome Aurelia is located in a very quiet, silent area surrounded by green, easily reachable from ring road Aurelia junction, has excellent connection to and from Fiumicino/FCO airport, exhibition center la Nuova Fiera di Roma, a short distance from Telecom, Total SA, Imperial Tobacco, and Servier headquarters.

Thanks to our shuttle bus service to and from metro station Battistini Linea A, available every day will be able to reach the Vatican City and the Vatican Museums in only 7 minutes, the City Center and Piazza di Spagna in only 15 minutes.

Organize your convention in our flexible congress center with 11 meeting rooms with natural daylight. The main room Olimpica can host up to 350 delegates.

The free Wi-Fi connection is available all throughout the hotel.

The entrance to our Mini-Gym equipped with treadmill and steps is free.

Finally, release stress in our seasonal outdoor swimming pool or enjoy a refreshing cocktail at pool side or in our lounge bar.



The city of Rome is served by three airports. The Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is the main international airport. Other two airports are Rome Ciampino Airport and Roma-Urbe Airport. Leonardo da Vinci International Airport is well-connected to cities across the world, such as Dublin, Moscow, Berlin, Beijing and many more, via international airlines such as Aer Lingus, Aeroflot, Air Berlin, Air China, etc. The airport is also connected to other Italian cities such as Florence, Venice, Milan, Naples, Pisa, etc., mostly by Alitalia, the national carrier of Italy. 

Roma Termini is the main railway station serving Rome. Other stations are Roma Tiburtina, Roma Trastevere, Roma Ostiense and Roma Tuscolana. There are frequent train services from most parts of Italy. You can also reach Rome by cruise ships and ferry services. The country has 2,400 km (1,491 mi) of navigable waterways. Most of the cruise ships dock in Civitavecchia, which is half an hour away from Rome.

Several cities in Italy are connected to Rome, by buses. Most of the intercity buses are run by local companies such as Autostradale, Busitalia, Baltour, etc. The British company Megabus (Europe) runs daily services to and from various cities in Italy such as Turin, Naples, Milan, Venice, etc.