Really good location right by the collosseum and Roman Forum, and staff are really friendly and helpful
Fantastic location next to lovely bars and restaurants. Very quiet room which was spacious and decorated to a high standard. Staff exceptionally helpful and cheerful
Great Location. Wonderful helpful staff. Would definitely choose this hotel again.
The property was perfect, I stayed in the apartment about a 5 minute walk from the main hotel, it was close to all the restaurants and small bars. The hotel was right opposite the Colosseum and was a good base to get to other sites. I would definitely recommend this hotel and would come back.
Fantastic location, friendly staff, good breakfast buffet at a fair price, comfy beds and clean bathrooms. A+ hotel.
Staff were very helpful and kind. Great location on a quiet side street. Generous-sized rooms and a nice rooftop restaurant.
Spacious rooms and very clean. Great location next to train station
Roberto, the manager provided a wine tasting the night we stayed. He personally went around and talked with each guest asking if they were happy with their accommodations and telling this was a family property. A very good experience. There breakfast was one of the best we had during our 16 days ...
I looked at many hotels for our week long Rome trip and finally settled on this one. Best choice ever! Everyone was so nice, friendly and accommodating and we even got an upgraded room. One night at midnight, we made a last minute decision to get up and tour The Sistine Chapel at 6:15 am. I asked ...
There are few cities in the world that can claim to be home to the sheer number of historical attractions that can be found scattered throughout the city of Rome, something that will become plain to see for anyone booking their hotel in the historic city centre. With famous sites including the Baroque Trevi Fountain, the Roman era Pantheon, and the Renaissance designs and painting of St Peter’s Basilica and the Sistine Chapel, the Italian capital offers a truly enjoyable experience that spans the ages.
One of the best parts of visiting Rome is simply being able to stroll its streets and come across unique and picturesque sites, so be sure to visit attractive parks like the Villa Borghese and the Gardens of Palazzo Barberini, and to walk along the banks of the River Tiber.
Most visitors to Rome will have seen plenty of pictures of one of the world’s most famous stadiums, the Roman Colosseum. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, the structure was built between the years 70 and 80 AD, and was commonly used to host events ranging from gladiatorial battles to dramas based on Classical mythology. The Colosseum is very popular, so it's always worth buying a Skip the Line Ticket with Expedia. This will also get you access to other popular Rome attractions, such as the Roman Forum and Palatine Hill.
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