The staff were lovely and couldn’t do enough. We had a lovely large room and the hotel was in a good position for everything
Amazing upgraded suite with unbelievable views from every window!
2 rooms with plenty of space just two blocks from the coliseum
location close to train station is a huge plus friendly staff and service
Excellent services and conditions Excellent location
Lovely old hotel at a comfortable walking distance from termini (train station) and metro, yet close to lovely coffee shops and timeless sights. Staff is very polite polite, twice a week wine tasting is excellent, and a nice way to meet the hotel manager as well. Complimentary Prosecco delivered ...
fantastic buffet and good room. Only problem the street is too noisy at night and cant sleep due to noise at night 2-4am!
The hotel has all the amenities you could need, close to the train and Rome hot spots. Beautiful hotel with awesome breakfast and a really cool outside lounge area.
The Hotel was Modern and Clean. The staff were excellent.
Experienced travelers know that capital cities are often a rich tapestry of dynamic neighborhoods and communities, and Rome is no exception to the rule. You'll find the popular area of Colosseum, 1 mile to the southeast of the central business district of Rome.
Rome features numerous first-rate boredom-busters, including the Colosseum, Roman Forum and St. Peter's Basilica.
Colosseum is home to and within easy reach of some fascinating Rome visitor attractions, such as the Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano and the Baths of Diocletian.
There is a nice variety of hotels available for travelers who would like to stay within a short stroll of Roman Forum. Expedia's top picks include the Rocco Forte Hotel De Russie, Manfredi Luxury Apartments, THE FIRST Luxury Art Hotel Roma, Hotel Eden and Grand hotel via Veneto.
There are plenty of Colosseum places to stay near to Basilica di San Giovanni in Laterano, such as the Palazzo Manfredi - Relais & Chateaux, Baglioni Hotel Regina, Marriott Grand Hotel Flora, Sina Bernini Bristol and Daniel's Hotel.
University of Roma-La Sapienza is a notable place of learning, and over the years its graduates have helped mold this nation into what it is today. The Profumo Maison d'Hôtes and Colosseo Studio Suites are among the best hotels where you can stay a few nights nearby. Allow your eyes to feast on a large collection of visual and auditory resources at National Central Library of Rome. Check out the Hotel Caravita and Boutique Hotel Trevi if this attraction is higher up on your list.
Colosseum features a wide range of places to stay to match budgets of all levels. Visitors who are looking for more affordable places to stay, should check out the iRooms Forum and Colosseum and The Palatine Garden II.
The Palazzo al Velabro - Serviced Apartment and Hotel Capo d'Africa in Colosseum might be a good fit if you are chasing a hotel that is on the more premium side.
If you're after a shot of caffeine to get through all that exploring, Colosseo metro caffe is among the best-loved places in Colosseum to get your fix. When dinner rolls around, savor another taste of the local food scene at big wine food. Oppio Caffè is a cozy local hangout to treat yourself to a wine or beer when the sun starts to go down.