All roads lead to Rome: New NUMA Linea opens in the Italian capital

New NUMA Linea opens in the Italian capital

Berlin, Rome, November 30, 2023 – The Berlin-based digital hospitality brand NUMA opens its fifth location in the heart of Rome

Located in a lively neighbourhood close to the Roma Termini station, NUMA Linea is perfect for those who want to stay in an upcoming, non-touristy neighborhood while discovering the wonders of the "Eternal City". The renovated historic building impresses with high ceilings, large windows, and a design that features earthy tones and golden details. On the ground floor, you can find the restaurant „Enotico“ by famous chef Rosario Barone, where you can get your breakfast in the morning or enjoy modern Italian cuisine for lunch or at night. 

Discover Rome: Historic streets, local tips and hidden gems 

NUMA Linea is the ideal starting point to explore the highlights of the Italian capital. The impressive Palazzo Barberini, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum and the beautiful Trevi Fountain are just a few nearby attractions you can’t miss when visiting Rome. Another must-see are the Spanish Steps at the foot of Santissima Trinità dei Monti—especially between the end of April and the beginning of December, when white and pink azaleas blossom there. By the way, they are only known as the Spanish Steps outside of Italy; if you want to blend in it’s better to use the names "Piazza di Spagna" ("Spanish Square") or "Scalinata dei Triniti dei Monti" ("Steps of the Church of the Triniti dei Monti").

If you want to discover something unique, take a 20-minute walk from the Colosseum and you’ll reach the seemingly unspectacular Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta on Aventine Hill, one of the Seven Hills on which ancient Rome was built on. This square features a keyhole through which you have a unique view over Rome and the Vatican’s St. Peter's Basilica. Afterwards, take a small break in the beautiful Orange Garden next to it with more amazing views of the city. 

More into Italian fashion? Check out the famous shopping street Via del Corso, also known as Corso. This street connects Piazza del Popolo with Piazza Venezia in Rome's old town—and it’s perfect for extensive shopping trips. West of Via del Corso, you’ll find other highlights, such as Piazza Navona and the Pantheon. A little tip: Right next to the Pantheon, on Piazza della Rotonda, there’s "La Casa del Caffè Tazza d'Oro", a famous coffee house that opened in 1946. Why not treat yourself to an espresso at the café's legendary golden counter?

At the end of a long day of exploring and shopping, there's only one thing left to do in Rome: enjoy good food with a view of sunset at one of the city's many rooftop bars. For an incredible 360-degree view, fancy aperitif drinks, and gourmet cuisine, try the rooftop bar Eitch Borromini on the famous Piazza Navona. If you’re looking for a local restaurant that serves authentic Italian dishes a la Nonna, you should stop by "Da Tonino" in the Rione Vi Parione neighbourhood. 

NUMA Linea facts:

Where: Via Giovanni Amendola 85, 00185, Rome, Italy

What: Modern design in 50 rooms in 4 categories from standard to comfort – located a short walk from the Termini train station. NUMA Linea is the perfect accommodation for modern city explorers who appreciate comfort and a convenient location.

What’s so special: Convenient online check-in and check-out via smartphone and access to the location and room via PIN code, premium mattresses for a good night's sleep, complimentary minibar with sustainable coffee and tea, work desks and high-speed WiFi so you can stay connected, and bathrooms with body & hair products from REN Clean Skincare. 

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NUMA offers design apartments and rooms throughout Europe that can be booked conveniently and stress-free. The brand’s innovative hosting concept relies on smart tech solutions: Check-in and check-out are done via PIN code on the smartphone, and thanks to a 24/7 WhatsApp guest service, there is no need for a receptionist on site. The more than 60 locations are located in the metropolises of Berlin, Barcelona, Madrid, Milan, Rome, Seville, Prague and Vienna, among others.

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