|Via Santa Lucia, 10
00195 - Roma, Italia
The redbrick building that houses the hotel was built in 1940 and perfectly reflects the architectural style of the Mussolini period.
During World War II, it was used by the Italian Navy as a private residence for officers.
For the twenty-fourth Jubilee Year promulgated by Pope Pius XII to renew a society torn apart by the second world conflict, the building was converted into a hotel: Hotel Clodio.
For the occasion, many ecclesiastical figures stayed here due to its vicinity to St Peter’s Basilica.
Since 1950, Hotel Clodio has extended a warm welcome to guests in a sophisticated and refined décor featuring real antiques.
Hotel Clodio has always been a family-run business, and it is distinguished by its warm and friendly welcome. We pride ourselves on our meticulous services, offering hospitality with a personal touch to create a unique and relaxed atmosphere, and satisfy all our guests’ needs.
Hotel Clodio is strategically located in Rome: it is less than ten minutes from the Olympic Stadium, the Foro Italico, the court district, the Vatican Museums, St Peter’s Basilica, Castel Sant’Angelo and the “Parco della Musica” Auditorium.
There is a bus stop just 100 metres from the hotel, for public transportation to the entire city.
Because of its vicinity to the headquarters of the RAI television network on Via Teulada and Viale Mazzini, the hotel regularly hosts artists, eminent cultural figures and show business personalities.
Hotel Clodio offers its guests free wi-fi.