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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. Great location, in perfect condition
Boasting a roof garden overlooking Rome, Condominio Monti is in Via Dei Serpenti in the central Monti district. Everything about it is likable, this is the best boutique Hotel ever.
Located in the heart of Rome, overlooking the Roman Forum, NH Collection Roma Fori Imperiali features a roof-terrace bar and restaurant open all day. Food, accommodation, view, the people and la bella vita nella città eterna.
Centrally located in Rome, Trevi Palace Hotel is set 427 feet from the Quirinal Palace. It offers free WiFi and air-conditioned rooms. Before we even got there, the communication with the hotel was fabulous.
Just 1148 feet 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. Close destination to the most important tourist attractions and very nice and helpful personel :)
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. The view is astonishing. The coliseum was literally at the foot of my bed.
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. Service @ desk by my “little” Italian friend ;-)
In Rome's central Monti area, Hotel Grifo features a terrace with magnificent city views. Cleanliness, room equipment, location, hospitality
Located in Rome, 1.3 miles from Domus Aurea, Casa per Ferie Suore Domenicane provides accommodations with a bar, private parking, a shared lounge and a garden. safe clean. nuns helpful friendly bfast. great local.
Attractively set in the Monti district of Rome, Hotel Rosetta is located a 9-minute walk from Domus Aurea, 0.6 miles from The Colosseum and a 12-minute walk from Santa Maria Maggiore. The hotel is absolutely charming, the room was large and inviting, the shower was goos, plenty of...
Just 656 feet from Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica in central Rome, Martino Ai Monti offers modern rooms with free WiFi and parquet floors. The Coliseum is a 10-minute walk away. Great location, everything you need is in the room (TV, hairdryer, kettle, tea bags, earplugs).
Set in the lively Monti district, Hotel Antica Locanda offers spacious air-conditioned rooms and free WiFi throughout. Cavour Metro is 1148 feet away. Great location walking distance to all the big attractions.
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 train... The property is very central and yet manages to maintain a level of calm and tranquility that is...
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. Very close to all attractions. Great breakfast. Good value for money.
Set in the popular area of Rione Monti, Hotel Piccolo Fiore offers rooms with parquet floors in Rome. The Trevi Fountain is an 8-minute walk from the property. The bed was really comfortable
Hotel Foro Romano Imperatori offers rooms with free WiFi in the lively Roman district of Rione Monti, just 5 minutes’ walk from the Coliseum and Piazza Venezia. Very friendly staff ,clean rooms ,comfortable beds we enjoyed our stay in this hotel, so...
Located 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. Location and size of the apartment.
Just 215 yards from the Roman Forum and a 5-minute walk from the Colosseum, the Hotel Nerva is in central Rome. Great location. Friendly, kind staff. Beautiful room
Located in Rome and with Piazza Venezia reachable within a 3-minute walk, H10 Palazzo Galla provides concierge services, allergy-free rooms, a bar, free WiFi throughout the property and a shared... Everything, the room was clean, the stuff cleaned it everyday. The location is perfect!
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. Front desk receptionist was extremely helpful and kind, she spoke English, and she provided good...
Just 1312 feet from the Coliseum and the Roman Forum, Hotel Centro Cavour Roma is in central Rome, 492 feet from Cavour Metro Station. Absolutely amazing!!! Location is great, few minutes away from Colosseum, walking distance from...
Set in Rome, within 1969 feet of Roman Forum and 2297 feet of Coliseum, Il Monastero Collection provides free WiFi. Palazzo Venezia is 0.6 mi away. All rooms have a private bathroom with shower. Location, staff attitude and supportive behavior
Surrounded traditional trattorias and wine bars, the luxurious Capo D’Africa is just a 5-minute walk from the Colosseum. Breakfast, drinks and snacks are served on its rooftop terrace. Location right next to all sightseeings, particularly colosseum, friendly and helpful staff, nice...
Set in a quiet area of Rome's popular Monti district, the family-run Hotel Artorius offers air-conditioned rooms and studios with free WiFi. Cavour Metro is 1640 feet away. Location exceleent to all the Rome sites and room more than adequate for international traveler in...
This is a must-see, but it is fairly meaningless without a guide. You can get an audio-visual guide for 6euro, or pay for a warm one. There was no queue at 5pm (Monday in April) so we regretted paying extra for advance tickets (queue jumpers).
Be careful with the people selling you tickets outside of it, some of them are scams and some of them bought all of the tickets online so you won’t find tickets if you didn’t buy them with enough time …
Take a guided tour and not an "escorted" tour. The "excursion" or escorted tour only provides information via an app so if you can't access the app (no wifi for sure) then you don't get the information that a guide would provide.
An emotional experience ! Take the full tour (the lower level included) with a guide. See the Coliseum at night too. Buy a detailed guide to the Coliseum if you want the in-depth story. I was inhabited at different periods after Roman empire fell.
I would read up on the history, walk completely around, take in all the detail and find a bench and enjoy the moment. Instead of getting a ticket and waiting in lines to see everything you can see on the outside, just to see what you can see on the inside online. The beauty is the exterior of the building.
Book a tour its worth it, you learn so much and always by locals who are passionate about the subject. It has been restored fabulously and you can really imagine yourself there back in time. You can also see for miles whilst you are in the grounds. It is so significant to Rome's history.
Really nice and clean apartment. It is spacious and comfortable for up to 5 people. The area is excellent because the apartment is located just 2 minutes walk from the stop Baldo degli Baldi metro and in 5 minutes you arrive at the Vatican, in 10 minutes you can reach the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain etc. Nearby there are 2 excellent restaurants to eat, supermarkets, bars and even a Mc Donald. We really appreciated the availability and kindness of the owners. I highly recommend it and will definitely be back because Rome is too beautiful.
This was the perfect hotel for our stay in Rome. A short 5 minute walk to the Colosseum, Forum, & Palatine Hill. Easy taxi service if needed…just ask the hotel to order one and it will arrive in 5 minutes or less. We splurged a bit for a King room and ended up on the highest floor (8th) with our own private balcony. This was not only very memorable for our Rome stay, but also very quiet given the busy street below. The bed was extremely comfortable. Good proximity to multiple restaurants. Fantastic breakfast!
I was traveling alone for my trip to Rome and wanted somewhere close to all the spots I wanted to see. The location of this hotel was amazing, I ate breakfast every morning in the upstairs bar overlooking the Fountain Trevi. I was only a 30 min walk to the Vatican, and a 15 min walk to the Colosseum. There are good restaurants in the area all within a good walking distance. The staff was also fantastic and helpful! The hotel was cozy and very clean.
The room was very large and had an amazing air conditioning unit. Very important when staying in Rome in the summer. This was a room in an apartment in an old building. The layout was such that there were no issues with other guests. Internet was very good. Location was very close to the Colosseum. Communication with the host was through whatsapp and was very absolutely amazing. He was very helpful and responsive.
Not my first stay at a Generator hotel (and it will not be my last). As expected, a modern room which got styled in the Generator way. Everything you could need on your stay is available. Location was perfect, not directly in the busy part of the city center but you can walk to the Colosseum in less than 15 minutes. Bed was comfy (especially compared to my other stays on my road trip through Italy).
The hotel is smart-looking, modern and comfortable. The breakfast was fantastic: Thais, Veronica and Giacomo make sure you start off the day with a smile. Location is great: all of ancient Rome is right there (you can see the Colosseum from the front door) and so much more is within easy walking distance. PS: you can even eat breakfast outside on the terrace if COVID is a concern.
This apartment put me right in the heart of things, with the colosseum, forum and other sights in easy walking distance, as well as easily reached from the railway station. Very stylish and comfortable room with private bath and a breakfast that exceeded what is usually offered as "Italian breakfast" in similar places. Valerie was very welcoming.
The bathtub is divine. Go upstairs, there’s a lovely open area to have drinks or breakfast or whatever. This is a marvelous hotel for the money, it’s in a cool neighborhood, there’s great restaurants within walking distance, the River, and not far from the colosseum etc. The staff were very nice and very helpful! When in Rome, STAY HERE.
The hotel is perfectly located near the old part of Rome, around 5 minutes walk from the Colosseum or Piazza Venezia. Rooms were tidy and comfortable, and the bathroom was clean.
The hotel was in an amazing location, right by the colosseum where we ate for dinner every night. The staff were incredibly accommodating and couldn’t have been more helpful.
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.