Positioned on the Western side of Rome nestled above an aromatic pinewood forest with the lit dome of St Peter's Basilica in the backdrop, the Pinewood Hotel Rome allows guests to retire to the cooler areas of Rome without all of the hustle, bustle, and heat of the centre, and instead enjoy a tranquil relaxing area amidst lush greenery and nature.
A perfect solution for individuals travelling by car or groups coming in by coach, since the hotel is very easy to reach from both the city centre and the main highway exit/city's motorway ring. Within walking distance, guests can find the Cornelia Metro Station on Line A of the Eternal City's underground network that gives guests direct access to Termini Station – the main transport hub of Rome – in addition to the numerous major tourist attractions along the way.
Not only is the Cornelia metro station within walking distance, but the tranquil pinewood forest from which we take our name is also just moments from the hotel. Here guests can explore the area above Rome with gorgeous nature walks and cycling paths. Guests can therefore have the best of both worlds with the history, culture, art and atmosphere of Rome, and the relaxing peaceful setting of the pinewood forest.
By Train: Take the direct train "Leonardo Express" from the airport to the train station "Termini Central"
By coach service: Take the Terravision (or comparable company) coach service to Termini Station. From there, take the Metro A subway line toward "Battistini" and disembark at "Cornelia". You are then just a short walk from us or you can take buses 49/446/994 from "Via Tardini" for 2 stops and disembark directly in front of the hotel.
By train: Take the train "FR4" directly from the airport to the train station "Termini Central" (2 stops)
Arriving towards Rome, take the city's motorway ring "G.R.A. - Grande Raccordo Anulare"
We are within walking distance of Cornelia Metro Station which can take guests directly to the Vatican - either 3 stops ("Cipro") to be nearer to the entrance to the Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel or 4 stops ("Ottaviano") for closer access to the magnificent Basilica of St Peter.
By taking the underground service at Cornelia on Line A of the metro, guests are just 7 stops from the breath-taking Spanish Steps, the large shopping street of Via del Corso and the designer boutiques of Via Condotti.
Guests can marvel at the romantic Trevi Fountain (best viewed when lit at night) by simply taking the metro service from Cornelia to Barberini (8 stops) and taking a short stroll through the cobbled streets before arriving at this magnificent spectacle.
Ancient Rome once ruled most of the known world and this was all done from the Imperial Roman Forum with the adjacent Coliseum serving as a distraction and entertainment for Roman citizens. To reach these awe inspiring attractions, guests need simply hop on the metro to Termini Station, then simply change lines onto the B Line and continue for another 2 stops to the Colosseo Metro Station.