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All reviewsgreat locationcolosseum and forum romanumaround the cornervia cavourroof terraceside streetmetro stationancient romesmall roomwalking distance to the colosseumair conditioningscrambled eggs and baconpastriesquiet streetminute walksingle roompiazza venezia
Probably the best located hotel, 2 minutes from Colosseum, forum, 1 Km from Rome Termini and just an awesome location this hotel has.
Well Staff is extremly friendly and polite. They speak and understand fluent English and are always ready to help guest.
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 1 February 2017
all our staff is very happy to read your words, one of our most important goal is to give our best customer service. A very warm thank you from Mr Fabio that was very very glad reading your words.
We really hope to...More
A small hotel in a great location, just a few metres away from the Coloseum. Within walking distance of many popular attractions, in a pretty quiet street. Staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast was very good. Rooms were small but had everything needed.
Thank Dieca C
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 30 January 2017
we are very happy that you had a pleasent tay with us and we thank you very much for your nice feedback. We look forward to welcome you again in Roma and if possible in a more comfortable room
A friend and myself arrive here for a 2 night stay not knowing what to expect. We just wanted to stay close to the colliseum. We arrived to friendly staff and a very nice hotel for the price. The rooms were a nice comfortable size...More
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Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 23 January 2017
we are very glad to read your review, the breakfast staff was very happy reading your words, we look forward to receive your new reservation for May !
Lovely small hotel in the perfect location to see the main sights in Rome. Easy walking distance to the Forum, Victor Emmanuel, several churches, fountains and squares and, of course, the Coliseum. This is important since these sights are mostly outdoors and it's hot in...More
Thank Wen S
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 20 January 2017
we thank you very much for this very detailed feedback, we are very happy that you had a nice stay with us. All our staff look forward to welcome you again in Rome.
Thanks again , Sincerely
Great staff.Rooms clean.good service overall.Worth the money spent.Good breakfast buffet.Good tourist information.Very professional and noce staff.Room service daily was good.Heating in the rooms was ajustable.Shower worked well.
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Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 18 January 2017
thanks so much for your nice feedback, all our staff was very pleased to read your words and hope to welcome you again in Roma
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.