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All reviews american bar rooftop restaurant ancient rome perfect location palatine hill top floor traditional hotel family room within walking distance deluxe room via cavour city break long weekend walked everywhere breakfast is served trevi fountain four nights
If you’re looking for a quaint hotel with lovely, comfortable rooms located within less than a 10 minute walk from Rome’s Coliseum, with friendly staff, Hotel Forum is for you!! The location was perfect!! We walked across a piazza to a delicious lunch al fresco,...More
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A warm welcome from the hotel staff as we arrived. We booked through Secret Escapes and could not fault the deal.
Room was spacious and well accommodated for a short stay.
The tea and coffee in the room was a bonus after hours of walking...More
I booked this hotel upon my booking agency convincing me that this was better than the original hotel I chose. After I booked it I felt like I was pressurised into this and then started to have my reservations about it and thought the pictures...More
This hotel is pretty special and the location couldn’t be better.
I had a single room which was very small but I’m still giving this hotel 5 stars as there was nothing to fault. Room didn’t have any views and it was tiny but the...More
This hotel is as close to the forum as you can get. Actually if the highway in front of the hotel were excavated further ruins would no doubt be uncovered. If the forum and the colosseum are points of interest for you this is the...More
Sorry for coming to this quite late; my advice is to embrace the relaxed, slightly faded grandeur of the hotel and have the excellent staff serve coffee in either the rooftop bar (watching the sun rise over the ruins of the... More
Sorry for coming to this quite late; my advice is to embrace the relaxed, slightly faded grandeur of the hotel and have the excellent staff serve coffee in either the rooftop bar (watching the sun rise over the ruins of the forum and the palatine hill is an evocative experience) or in the public rooms on the ground floor.