The Hotel Pantheon is in Via dei Pastini, a picturesque pedestrian street that is lined with clubs, restaurants and characteristic trattorias, far away from city traffic but at the heart of the city. The Pantheon, the wonderful monument from Ancient Rome that is still almost perfect, stands just a short walk from the hotel. On the other side, in Piazza di Pietra, you will find the remains of another imperial building: The huge colonnade that was once the entrance to Hadrian's Temple, which is now embedded in the facade of an eighteenth-century building.
Starting from the Hotel Pantheon it is possible to follow various interesting itineraries on foot, such as, for example, the ones we suggest here:
After eating a plentiful breakfast at our hotel, you can visit the Pantheon, that is just 20 meters from us, and then the Church of Sant'Ignazio di Loyola, the unique prime example of Baroque perspective painting. Go back on yourselves and walk down Via dei Pastini in the opposite direction to Piazza di Pietra. When you reach the nearby Via del Corso, Rome's shopping haven, you will soon come to the fantastic Trevi Fountain. Continuing on foot across Via due Macelli, you will come to the famous Piazza di Spagna. After admiring the charming Spanish Steps, officially called Trinità dei Monti, you will walk into the relaxing green area of Villa Borghese and the Pincio Hill.
You can choose a nearby restaurant where you can taste Roman cuisine and have a few restful moments.
Starting from the Pincio, walk down to Piazza del Popolo and walk across the elegant Via del Corso, allowing yourselves time to admire the luxurious boutiques there. At the end of the street you will find Piazza Venezia, dominated by the National Monument to Fallen Soldiers, the "Altare della Patria". You can walk down Via dei Fori Imperiali, next to the Roman Forum, and you will find yourselves in front of the unique view of the Coliseum.
For a true taste of the Roman "Dolce Vita" we suggest you take an aperitif in one of the coffee shops in Campo de' Fiori and Piazza Navona and then dine in a trattoria in Trastevere.