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Set in a historical building in the Roman Ghetto area, HT6 Hotel Roma offers stylish rooms with parquet floors and free WiFi throughout. The Great Synagogue of Rome is 164 feet from the property. Convenient location in a quite, beautiful place. Staff was very friendly.
Located in the heart of Rome, Argentina Residenza Style Hotel is just a 5-minute walk from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona square. Beautiful boutique hotel located in the middle of Rome.
When in Rome it is important to have good public transport links and a central location that lets you reach the main attractions on foot; therefore Hotel Galatea is ideal. It was really clean with helpful and really kind staff. It was really a wonderful stay.
Boasting a roof garden overlooking Rome, Condominio Monti is in Via Dei Serpenti in the central Monti district. The suite is as beautiful and spacious as expected from the photos.
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. Very charming staff, pay a little more to get a room with a view or even the suit with the balcony,...
Set in Rome, a few steps from Via dei Fori Imperiali, The Talent Hotel features accommodations with a shared lounge. Popular points of interest nearby include Trevi Fountain, Vittoriano, Pantheon. Everything, staff is amazing, location is perfect, breakfast is limited but i’d rather have limited...
Located in Rome, a short walk from Palazzo Venezia, Otivm Hotel features concierge service, a 24-hour desk and free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can also relax on the terrace. michael in reciptin very good location in center
Boasting a rooftop restaurant, Singer Palace Hotel is located right on the famous Via del Corso shopping Street. Set 1148 feet from Trevi Fountain, the property offers air-conditioned rooms. The location is close to all major attraction in Rome, easy access by foot, good shopping area, many...
Just 1312 feet from the Coliseum and the Roman Forum, Hotel Centro Cavour Roma is in central Rome, 492 feet from Cavour Metro Station. Friendly helpful staff. Clean spacious room with balcony. Great!
Featuring free WiFi throughout and spacious air-conditioned rooms, Hotel Barrett is set opposite Torre Argentina in the historical center of Rome. The Pantheon is 1148 feet away. Central location, staff are so accommodating, rooms are beautiful
Centrally located, Quirinale Luxury Rooms is just a 10-minute walk from both the Coliseum and Via dei Fori Imperiali, and 1969 feet from the Trevi Fountain. We were upgraded to the suite which was a nice surprise. Room spotless and clean, great size.
Just 656 feet from the popular square of Campo de' Fiori, Hotel Smeraldo is in central Rome. It offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi, and a roof terrace overlooking the historic center. The staff were very friendly and helpful. the room was very clean. The location was great.
Located 164 feet from the Trevi Fountain, Trevi Beau Boutique Hotel offers free WiFi throughout and stylish air-conditioned rooms. Barberini Metro Stop is a 5-minute walk away. The location and hotel are ideal if your aim is to be in the heart of Rome.
Just 2297 feet 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. It was my second time at Hotel Virgilio.
Hotel Hiberia is just a quarter mile from the Trevi Fountain, and offers air-conditioned rooms with a flat-screen satellite TV. The Hotel was excellent the staff very helpful, breakfast was wonderful and the location great.
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.
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.
Just 215 yards from the Roman Forum and a 5-minute walk from the Colosseum, the Hotel Nerva is in central Rome. Nice, small, beautiful and cozy boutique hotel right in the heart of Rome. The location is perfect.
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. Excellent location. Wonderful staff.
Just yards from Rome's Trevi Fountain, Harry's Bar Trevi Hotel & Restaurant offers modern rooms and a restaurant. WiFi is free throughout. The Hotel is amazing - real 5* experience!
Set in a 19th-century building in Rome’s center, Chapter Roma is a 5-minute walk from Campo de' Fiori square, and just 2953 feet from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona square. The hotel is really beautiful. I am not suprised, that it is a part of Design Hotels group, there is...
Located 320 yards from the Trevi Fountain in the center of Rome, Hotel Caravita has a bar, free Wi-Fi and accommodations with air conditioning. Good location. Nice hotel. Good AC. Good breakfast.
In Rome’s historic center, Hotel Mancino 12 is only 164 yards from the Il Vittoriano monument in Piazza Venezia square. It features air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi and a plasma TV. People are very nice at the reception
A 10-minute walk from both the Pantheon and Piazza Navona in the center of Rome, Hotel Monte Cenci features a rooftop terrace, bar and stylish rooms with air conditioning and parquet floors. The staff was very nice and helpful. Everything in the hotel was absolutely great.
Impressive, especially the Capitoline Hill, but unless you have a strong imagination, you're going to struggle see it as it was. Personally I found more impressive the Trajan Museum (will have no lines) of which much more is left. Also, you can climb through it. Kids can run around a bit. Does involve a lot of steps.
The historical center of ancient Rome. Actually a series of forums (government buildings + markets + religious temples), in part built by Julius Cesar, along with the emperors who succeeded him. Julius Cesar himself was cremated there, and there's a spot marking the apotheosis of Romulus, the founder of Rome who slew his brother for sacrilege. While there, don't miss Trajan's Column, memorializing in great detail his conquest of Dacia (now Romania). These forums are a short stroll to the Colosseum and Palatine Hill (both worth visits).
This is bigger than it looks, plenty of history, if you take the time to read the signs and notices around. It can get very hot walking around and up to Palletine Hill is not for the weak. It’s very strenuous, brilliant views at the top though, if you make it that far!
Absolutely amazing!!! In winter try and do a guided tour earlier as a late one lasting an hour will mean you will have no time to self exploreand you will regret it! Definitely do a guided tour though or atleast audio gudied tour. If possible to the collosseum and this on separate days but on the same days even it ll be ok if short for time
You can see virtually all that you need to see from the surrounding roads and pathways. Entrance to the Forum is not cheap, and there is a Forum-employed official who tries to direct queuers to the highly expensive guided tours. To this end, he derides the audio-guides as being 'useless'. We decided to give the whole thing a miss.
For history and literature buffs, this is the place where it all happened. Centrally located to the Coliseum, Trajan's Column, the Wedding Cake and museums and many other attractions. Watch out for the itinerants and illegal immigrants - no matter what story they spin, all they want is your money. Be firm and say NO, always.
We loved staying in Daniele's B&B! The apartment was in an amazing location in Rome, close to everything that we wanted to do! Only a short walk to the Vatican, the Colosseum, the Roman Forum, and the Spanish Steps. Daniele was an incredible host who checked in with us frequently to make sure we had everything we needed. He even made us a welcome cocktail when we arrived! We loved the B&B and would definitely stay there again the next time we come to Rome!
Monti is a nice area, a superb location for the Colosseum and archeological park (roman forum, etc). Also a nice little neighbourhood with some good local restaurants off the main roads. The hotel itself is nice with very helpful staff. Small but clean and none fussy rooms. Great showers and even though small brand new equipment in the fitness room. The roof terrace is small but a lovely view with a morning coffee.
The room was cozy, clean, and neat. The location is outstanding, as we were able to walk to all of the major sites in Rome, such as the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, the Pantheon, Villa Borghese, the Roman Forum, and much more. The only reason we used a taxi was to go to Vatican City, which is a little further away. The pastries, coffee, and general hospitality were tremendous, and we loved our time in Rome.
Basic budget hotel typical of many in Rome. Clean. Friendly staff. Location is good for all sights few minutes from Trevi Fountain, Spanish steps and main Roman forum. All are within easy walking distance. Vatican City can still be walked to from here
The location is perfect to see the main tourist spots in Rome...Colosseum, Roman Forum, Trevi Founation, Pantheon, Spanish Steps. There's also a bus stop a few steps from the hotel to take you to the Vatican.
Great location, very near to Roma Termini and also the attractions of Colosseum, Roman Forum.
Pre-book tickets to the Vatikan (guided tour to see the high lights recommended) and tickets to the Colosseum. These can also be bought at the entrance to Forum Romanum (shorter line).
Nothing beats the ruins of the Roman Forum where the ancient Romans once trod.
Capitoline museum has a roof top café with fantastic views- also on another level there is a panoramic view of the roman forum - both worth the entry fee!
Vatican City and if you can use your imagination the the Roman Forum
Visit the Forum and walk down Fori Imperiali in the evening - amazing.
Buy the ticket for Colloseum at the enterence to Forum Romanum and Palatin, you will avoid giant line (3 attractions cost altogether 12 euro)! FAst track ticket for the VAtican Museum is also good idea (we did it), you can buy at the enterence to the St. Peter's Basilic. It is quite expensive, but it helps you to avoid huge line and to see both attractions during one day.