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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
We stayed here for three nights and had a blast! There is a 24 hour doorman that holds on to your keys while you are out which is great and all the staff are pleasant and able to answer any questions. Walking distance from the...More
The place for a careless visit to Rome. Great staff, great location in the center of Rome, great breakfast, clean hotel, great roofterrace with a beautiful view.... and so on! Thank you Hotel Colosseum and thank you Rome!
stayed at hotel colassum in november close to everything on a quite street cant beat it can walk to almost everything good eating around corner gallo motto wear flat shoes some hills to walk taxi or bus close by great location loved it can relax...More
Response from Stefano R, Proprietario at Hotel ColosseumResponded 3 days ago
Dear Guest mrossetti6,
thanks for writing.
I am glad you had a nice stay in our hotel, thanks for writing.
In November the rooftopbar was still closed.
I am sure that if you come in the next months, you will be able to
Lovely hotel, just what is needed for a trip to Rome. It’s on a quiet street and so no issues with noise at all. It’s by one of the most beautiful basilica’s which was easy to spot when making our way back to the hotel....More
Great hotel and staff especially Diego who was helpful with tips on getting about and places to eat. Ideally placed to walk everywhere and breakfast etc was excellent. Would highly recommend for short stay. Roof terrace lovely for views over the city.
Monti is Rome’s rebel yell. This neighborhood 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 neighborhood 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.