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All reviewsgreat locationcolosseum and forum romanumaround the cornervia cavourside streetroof terracemetro stationancient romesmall roomminute walkwalking distance to the colosseumair conditioningscrambled eggs and baconpastriesquiet streetsingle roompiazza venezia
This is a small hotel in the best area of the city. The stuff are friendly and very attentive. The breakfast though could have benefited from a larger variety. The hotel has a very nice roof where you can sit and relax. Highly recommended!
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 5 days ago
it's alway a pleasure to welcome you in Rome, thanks very much for your review and see you Next year !!
Booked for a weekend stay prior to cruise, after a lot of research online and particularly Trip Advisor. All of the reviews were pretty accurate and very helpful.
The hotel is on a quiet side street, very close to the Colosseum and Roman Forum. The...More
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Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 13 October 2017
we thanks a lot for this beautiful and very detailed review, it is very important for us and also helps future guests to choose us.
All staff looks forward to meet you again in Roma very soon.
Very good location, close to the Colosseum and metro station. You can easily get by foot almost everywhere.
Friendly staff, decent breakfast, maybe should provide more variety foods, like vegetables.
Very clean, but small room and shower. Rooms are a little noisy, you can hear...More
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 1 week ago
thanks so much for your stay with us and for your useful review that will help us to improve our service.
It was a pleasure to welcome you in Roma and we hope to meet you again very soon
The location is perfect. The breakfast is good and the staff is very nice, specially Nadia at the breakfast.
Unfortunately the facilities are not good, the room is old and the shower too small. The bed is not comfortable at all. My husband had to...More
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 2 weeks ago
we thank you for your stay with us and also for your review even if is not a posivite one.
We apologize if you had a not comfortable stay in our hotel we will take care about all your reports in order to...More
I have spent a few days with a friend and it was just perfect. Only 5 minutes from Colosseum, Piazza Venezia, metro station,.. It's in the heart of Rome. Room, breakfast and people were always nice and friendly with us. I will certainly recommend this...More
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 3 weeks ago
thanks very much for your stay with us and for your review.
We are pleased you had a nice stay with us, all staff will be happy to welcome you again in Rome
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 mollybronte | Reviewed this property |
I don't think so. We arrived by train to Roma Termini from Florence but you can get an airport bus to Termini. We walked down Cavour Street to via Cardello which via Frangipane runs off. It is about a 30 minute walk down... More
I don't think so. We arrived by train to Roma Termini from Florence but you can get an airport bus to Termini. We walked down Cavour Street to via Cardello which via Frangipane runs off. It is about a 30 minute walk down hill. Alternatively you can get the metro from Termini to Colosseo metro stop which is a short walk from the hotel. If you intend using public transport to get to and from your hotel from Termini and to visit sites you could invest in a Roma Card which will also get you into the Colosseum and Roman Forum and 2 other museums. It depends how long you will be there. Enjoy yourself.