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All reviewsrooftop bargreat locationvia sforzaquiet streetwithin walking distanceminute walkrecommend this hotellovely hotelhard boiled eggssanta maria maggioretrain stationcontinental breakfastthree starsalamiside streetstayed here for nightsshort break
Had a fantastic break in Rome at hotel Colloseum! Location was perfect and a short walk from many restaurants and attractions. Staff at hotel were very friendly and couldn't do enough to ensure we had a great stay. Our room was clean, had everything we...More
Room was clean and tidy. Staff very helpful. Breakfast was very basic - not much to choose from. Warm coffee and warm water for your tea. Very central hotel and nice and quiet - within walking distance for most of the main tourist attractions and...More
Had a fantastic break in Rome over the school holidays in February, stayed at the Hotel Colosseum, Via Sforza, N.10 for six nights bed and breakfast.
When we arrived we were greeted at reception by I think Stefano who was really helpful and charming, he...More
Came for a short stay Thursday to Sunday. Check in was quick and easy. The room was clean and big enough for 3 people but could do with some draws for storage. Location wise 5-10 min walk to colosseum and about 30-45 to Vatican. If...More
Room was clean, staff were friendly and it's at a good location. We were just an 18-minute walk from the Colosseum itself and about an 8-minute walk to the Termini train station (the train interchange). Very convenient and it's easy to get food in the...More
Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighbourhood just west of Termini train station mixes grit with fun as it continues to fight for its reputation as a magnet for the artsy, alternative, and hipster. Every season, quirky boutiques and food spots sprout up on its cobblestone streets. The neighbourhood supports unique and homegrown businesses that cater to its longtime residents as well as hipsters on the hunt. Hang out at
Piazza della Madonna dei Monti anytime after lunch and you'll always find something going on.
Response from DrAustinLouis | Reviewed this property |
I can tell you this, even though the rooms may be small and do not have refrigerators, they will do everything within their power to accommodate your needs. You can ask them directly and perhaps they will let you use the... More
I can tell you this, even though the rooms may be small and do not have refrigerators, they will do everything within their power to accommodate your needs. You can ask them directly and perhaps they will let you use the dining room fridge, or the one in the bar on the first floor.