Hotel Emmaus Rome

The first church of St. Peter's was built and consecrated in 326, erected on the site of St. Peter's tomb. Construction on the breathtaking structure that now exists began in 1506, and took around 150 years to complete - testament to the scale and intricacy of this world famous building.

The Basilica and the attached Vatican Museums together form one of the world's premier tourist attractions, as well as being the spiritual home of well over a billion Catholics world-wide.

If you want to buy some thoughts for your loved ones who have stayed home, get out of the Hotel Emmaus and you'll have to do a few meters. You will find yourself immersed among the shops and boutiques that occupy the streets of Piazza del Risorgimento, Via Cola di Rienzo, Via Giulio Cesare and Via Crescenzio. Here, you can also find all the public establishments you want. Banks, post offices, pharmacies and more.

Well Connected

The Hotel Emmaus lies close to many modes of public transport that can carry you to Rome's central train station Termini. Both of Rome's airports are roughly twenty five to thirty kilometres away.


As a modern and forward thinking 3-star Rome hotel, the Emmaus Rome offers an informed Concierge service, currency exchange, guided tours, internet connection, private parking, wake up service, international satellite TV and for our business clients, photocopier and fax service.


Close to fantastic shopping areas and other great sites of interest, the 3-star Emmaus Hotel has a position that is hard to match for any hotel in the city. Click on our interactive map to get a feel for the place.