Panteão Pantheon (Greek for “all the gods”) is the oldest standing domed structure in Rome. Both during the day and night, you will never get tired to look at the Pantheon and marvel at this wonder that looks, as Michelangelo said, more like the work of angels, not men. This location is really the epicenter of Rome's must-see sites, as you will be only few minutes walking distance away from Piazza Navona, the Trevi fountain, the Spanish Steps, Campo de’ Fiori, the Coliseum, Trastevere district and the Vatican. Be sure to allow yourself enough time just to wander around and let yourself get lost on the very streets where Julius Caesar and Lucrezia Borgia once trod. A slice of history unfolds at every turn: an ancient fountain, a long-forgotten statue, a ruined temple dedicated to some long-faded cult. Because of its ancient streets, classical atmosphere and heartland location, this is a truly fabulous place to stay!