This amazing Secret Hotel is not only brand new, offering the best in modern luxuries but is situated in one of Rome’s most sought after areas being just moments from the Coliseum. The hotel provides many useful services and features to ensure that your stay here is as comfortable and enjoyable as possible, such as complimentary internet access in every room and throughout the hotel as well as air conditioned rooms to cool you down from Rome’s hot summers. This fantastic contemporary and stylish hotel also benefits from its ideal location, allowing you to explore all the amazing sights that Rome has to offer.
The hotel is situated just a stone’s throw from one of Rome’s, as well as Italy’s, most iconic and historically important buildings: the Coliseum. Also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre it dates back to just 80 AD, when it was and still is the largest amphitheatre in the world. Today this spectacular monument to the Roman Empire’s innovations in engineering, architecture and construction is open for the public to discover it’s remarkable history, from the original building process to it’s fall and eventual restoration and offers visitors a glimpse into the lethal gladiatorial fights that took place here. Near by are the amazing Roman and Imperial Forums, these remarkable ruins were once the centre of public life during the Roman Empire and today they are a living testament to how Imperial life once functioned, as the former centre to all public matter such as ceremonies, elections and trials since 500 BC.
Close to the hotel are the equally iconic Spanish Steps, designed in 1717 by the then unknown Francesco de Sanctis, they have become a must see when visiting Rome. With stunning views from the top and the lovely Piazza di Spagna it’s perfect for enjoying an ice-cream or coffee with friends.
If you feel the need for some retail therapy visit the Via Veneto, better known for it’s chic boutiques and designer labels than its history, it is a great place to indulge on Italy’s world famous fashions or maybe do some celebrity spotting. The Via Veneto however is best known for its appearance in the 1960 film classic La Dolce Vita, home to Café de Paris and Harry’s Bar the same spots where film icons Burt Lancaster and Sophia Loren meet in the film. They are still open for business today and are the perfect place to enjoy the elegant atmosphere of this stylish street.
Have a fantastic time at this brilliant secret hotel, ‘Brand new! Amazing new opening near the Coliseum – 4 Star – Rome’!