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Set on 1 of the upper floors of a historic building in Rome's Monti district, Princeps Boutique Hotel offers stylish soundproofed rooms with marble bathrooms and free WiFi. Everything was very good! The owner is extra friendly and nice! He made sure we felt welcome!
Boasting a roof garden overlooking Rome, Condominio Monti is in Via Dei Serpenti in the central Monti district. Location is perfect, only 5-10 minutes from Colosseum. You can walk to literally any popular place.
Located in the heart of Rome, overlooking the Roman Forum, NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali boasts a roof-terrace bar and restaurant open all day. I’ve stayed in a lot of hotels and this one ranks top!!
Just 350 metres from the Coliseum, Hotel Lancelot offers a furnished terrace and garden, panoramic views of the surrounding monuments, and an on-site restaurant. WiFi is free throughout. I stayed here for 4 days with my wife and son. We really enjoyed our stay.
Admire an outstanding view of the Coliseum over breakfast at the rooftop terrace at Hotel Palazzo Manfredi. Rooms here are spacious and offer free Wi-Fi and Sky TV. For one they upgraded the rooms which I already thought were amazing to start with we had a great...
Surrounded by traditional trattorias and wine bars, the luxurious Capo D’Africa is just 5 minutes' walk from the Coliseum. Breakfast, drinks and snacks are served up on its rooftop terrace. The property it is nice and the location it is great to explore at night since it is near of the...
Just 200 metres from the Roman Forum and a 5-minute walk from the Coliseum, Hotel Nerva is in central Rome. This is a lovely and cosy hotel right next to the Forum, the location is excellent.
Dharma Boutique Hotel & SPA is located in Monti, one of Rome's most popular districts. Cavour Metro Station is nearby, and Termini Train Station and the Coliseum are about 10 minutes' walk away.
Set in Rome, within 600 metres of Roman Forum and 700 metres of Coliseum, Boscolo Circo Massimo provides free WiFi. Palazzo Venezia is 1 km away. The staff here are absolutely amazing and the location is super convenient and a great value!
Centrally located, Quirinale Luxury Rooms is just a 10-minute walk from both the Coliseum and Via dei Fori Imperiali, and 600 metres from the Trevi Fountain. Friendly staff, very clean rooms, very comfy, perfect location
Hotel Canova is just down the road from the beautiful basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, in the heart of Rome. Walk to the Coliseum in less than 10 minutes. This small hotel was once a monastery. The staff is helpful. We have had a problem with the reservation through booking and not sure with...
Just 700 metres from Termini Station, Rome’s central hub, Hotel Virgilio offers a convenient central location. It is set in a 19th-century building with elegant interiors and a classic-style lounge. The hotel has great location, great staff , comfortable and clean rooms, very good breakfast.
Hotel Hiberia is just 400 metres from the Trevi Fountain, and offers air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV. The location was excellent, close to prime sites to visit.
Located on a street which leads down to the Coliseum, a 5-minute walk away, Hotel Borromeo provides quiet, comfortable rooms, a lovely roof garden and a variety of services. The hosts were awesome. Breakfast was perfect. Location was convenient.
Attractively situated in the Rione Monti district of Rome, Hotel Rosetta is situated 700 metres from Domus Aurea, less than 1 km from Coliseum and a 12-minute walk from Santa Maria Maggiore. I couldn’t be more happy with choosing stay here for my time in Rome.
Centrally located in Rome, Trevi Palace Hotel is set 130 metres from the Quirinal Palace. It offers free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms. Everything was great, especially the staff, always happy to help, great breakfast.
Centrally located in the Monti district of Rome, The Fifteen Keys Hotel is a 4-minute walk from Cavour Metro Station. It offers a garden, terrace and air-conditioned rooms featuring free WiFi. Elegant design, excellent service, great location. Walking distance to all the great places in...
Situated in the heart of ancient Rome, The Inn at the Roman Forum is within walking distance of the Coliseum and Roman Forum, and actually houses ruins inside the property. WiFi is free throughout. Excellent location. Wonderful staff.
Doria Palace Boutique Hotel enjoys a great location opposite the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of Rome’s most important churches, and just a quick 5 minute walk from Termini central station. Comfortable sleeping and location makes this place perfect for quick and longer stays.
Just 400 metres from the Coliseum and the Roman Forum, Hotel Centro Cavour Roma is in central Rome, 150 metres from Cavour Metro Station. Great place, great and friendly staff Great location Highly recommended
The Paba is a small hotel set in a period building less than 5 minutes' walk from the Coliseum. All rooms are en suite and come with air conditioning. I have stayed here before and sought this hotel out for this visit.
Set in the historical centre of Rome, Salotto Monti features free WiFi throughout. Guests can enjoy a drink on the panoramic terrace. Salotto Monti was a great hotel with central location and wonderful people. The hotel was very...
Located near the Colosseum and the Roman Forum, the Valeri is a small boutique hotel set in a historic building. It offers modern air-conditioned rooms and a sweet daily breakfast. - the hotel is close to public transportation and close to touristic place - the rooms are...
Just 100 metres from Cavour Metro and a 10-minute walk from the Coliseum, the Monti Palace Hotel is a design hotel with a modern restaurant and bar. The elegant rooms offer a smart TV. Fantastic room, we had the quad room. Breakfast patio, hotel foyer, very good breakfast.
The Coliseum is great however the bad rating is because all those aggressive rude sellers jump on you and even touching you, following you, swearing at you, etc. The police doesn't do nothing about it. Stay away from Rome because those persons make the experience awful. Not worthed
don't fall for the guys out the front trying to sell you on a skip the line tour. it's double the actual price. in winter, you can wait in line for 10 minutes and get through to pay and walk around with an hand held audio tour.
Very beautiful site in Rome but greatly tarnished by many street vendors. They like to shake hands, give you seeds to feed the birds, tying bracelet on your hand and others. These will cost you dearly. Also be careful of ladies, holding a big blankets or carry a baby, coming very close to you or blocking you. The next thing you discover is that you wallet is mixing because one of her hand is doing something under the blanket.
Great to see .Be wary of gladiators if u take a photo of them with urself ,using ur camera will still try to charge you at least ten euros Went on tour was good to see the inside but can be pricey ,having a nice walk around it ,”after doing your homework on it “ still enough to take in the history and what happened there
Of course you have to go to the Colosseum. I am a senior and I might recommend you not take the usually attached part of the tour to Palatine hill. Stay in the Colosseum and marvel at history. If you go to Palitine hill your Colosseum visit will be too short and the climb up the hill will be too much. On our tour the seniors dropped off one by one. Too much walking and climbing.
Missed out on this. Book your 'skip the line' tickets ahead of time. You don't need to go on a guided tour, just a shortcut to get in faster. Otherwise you'll be standing in line for up to 3 hours.
Breakfast was good, everything clean and organized. Eggs, breads, croissants, fruits, juices, hot drinks served. Very professional and helpful reception team, making sure all procedures were covered for covid, I felt safe. The room was very clean. 2 min walking from the Termini (Main train station) 20 min walking to the Coliseum and 15 to Fontana di Trevi. You can get a subway from termini plaza to Vatican €1.2 , super easy only a few stations away (10 min ) Plenty of restaurants around
The Coliseum and the roman forum are really close (20 min by foot, or you can take a bus or the subway to get fast to the city center). The apartments are clean and well equipped, the ventilators are a very good help in hot summer days. Also the staff is really nice and helpful. Leaving our luggage for the whole day on the check out day was not a problem.
The hotel is really well centered, very close to the Coliseum, Trevi fountain, and all the places to see. The room was absolutely great, very big. The price/quality exceeded what we are usually accustomed to. Breakfast was very fresh and made to order and a very good choice. The staff was outsatnding.
Excellent location very close to the Coliseum, with easy access to public transportation to other part of Rome. The appartment is very nicely decorated and very clean. Giorgio is an exceptionnal host, always ready to help and find solutions. Thank you Giorgio for your hospitality!
The breakfast was really nice: We had so many options to choose from and we could have breakfast in a terrace. The hotel was in such a good location: close to the coliseum and the Trevi fountain so we needn't use any public transport since we could go anywhere on foot!
Location is great, abt a 7mnt walk to the coliseum. The receptionist was very helpful, attentive and pleasant. He was the only one we saw there, giving the impression he was the one doing everything (Bar, even taking the breakfast orders and bring it it to the room, etc).
Cozy, beautiful and clean apartment, coffee, tea and biscuits provided, fast wifi, great shower, walking distance (20 mins) to old town and coliseum etc. Daniele gave us great tips for restaurants and sights, we loved the place and would definetely stay again!
Staff at the front desk very gentle, very professional and very helpful. Very convinient location. Easy access to bus and metro to the Coliseum and centre of Rome. Good eating possibilities in the surrounings of the hotel.
Love the apartment and the location was heavenly, literally across the street from the Coliseum. Luigi was great. Highly recommend.
Everyone knows the Colosseum is the prime landmark in Rome, but also check out Castel Sant'Angelo - it's a medieval fortress built on top of Hadrian's tomb, and you can see everything from the ancient foundation up to the lavishly decorated papal apartments on the top floor. And the city views from the battlements are amazing!
It's amazing to walk inside the colosseum and imagine how things were few thousand years ago. In the book store of the colosseum you can take a look at some graphic illustration(it's kinda cartoon like) overlaying on the photo of the ruins. It really brings history alive when you're looking at those old stones alongside with those graphic illustration. (We actually bought that book because it's pretty cool!)
The fact that almost every street has a famous site and most around the Colosseum have dozens of Roman Forums in various stages of presentation for tourists, which allows you to invision what the Roman Culture must have been like hundreds of hears ago!
Because it's not a big city and there is so much to see when wandering between the 'big-ticket' sites like the Colosseum and the Parthenon. Walking allows you to come across the tiny pizzerias and cafes which you'd never see if you were on a tour bus or in a car.
I suggest visiting the city outside of the summer months. My family went during Christmas and though there were crowds, they were small. I can only imagine the lines and congestion in the summer. Also, if you really want to go to the Colosseum, get your combined ticket at the Palatino first! We paid 24 Euro total for my family (children free) to gain access to the Palatino, Roman Forum, and Colosseum. Worth it when I saw the crazy line into the Colosseum and we just walked past it all.
We went second weekend of November, lucky with sunshine and temp was 20 degrees, so comfortably warm and just into their winter season so fewer tourists. Avoid visiting churches on Sundays as services in progress means restrictions. Mondays some museums closed. Get a tour guide for some things, essential for the vatican, otherwise it is a visual overload with no time to consult the info, so much better to listen as you look. Vatican is always crowded so easier to follow your guide and also prepaying means you avoid the huge queues to buy tickets. Angel Tours highly recommended. When going to the Colosseum, choose the Palatine Hill ticket entrance to avoid long queues at Colosseum entrance.