This secret hotel, a few steps from the Colosseum, not only gives you luxury and style but also allows you to be at Rome’s quintessential sights in a matter of moments. The hotel also provides many useful services and features allowing you to make the most out of your trip to one of Europe’s most exciting cities. Every room is finished to the uppermost standards and is equipped with everything you could need for an enjoyable and comfortable stay, including plush duvets on every bed, private ensuite bathrooms with bathtubs and showers and fully air conditioned rooms. Get the best of both worlds with this hotel’s fantastic modern facilities and Rome’s fascinating historical sights just on your doorstep.
Make the most of the hotel’s ideal location and visit Rome’s iconic Colosseum just a couple of steps from the hotel’s front door. The Colosseum, also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre, is not only the largest amphitheatre of the Roman Empire but is still today the largest in the world and is considered to be the ultimate example of the great Roman architecture and engineering. The Colosseum is open seven days a week with entry fees ranging from €5 to €15, explore the ruins of the narrow stone corridors and see where Roman gladiators would fight to the death, looked on by the poorest and richest of Rome and sometimes the Emperor himself. Inside there are many informative and interesting exhibitions and displays giving you an in depth history of this magnificent building from it’s construction to it’s demise.
Also near by the hotel are the breath taking Roman and Imperial Forums, these outstanding ruins were once the centre of public Roman life, and today it offers visitors a chance to experience first hand the life of ancient Rome as the former hub of all public processions, elections, a venue for speeches, trials and even gladiatorial fights from 500 BC. Explore these spectacular ruins from 9am daily for prices around €12. A great place to spend your evenings is the Piazza del Popolo, as well as one of Rome’s tallest Egyptian obelisks and stunning sculpture and architecture this buzzing square is home to many popular restaurants and bars. Visit Rosati for delicious classic Italian dishes and deserts and a great place to enjoy an aperitif with friends while enjoying the beautiful surroundings.