How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Breakfast Available
- Room service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
Photos of Hotel Colosseum
Travel Blogs from Rome
... guess the place is a stopover centre for so many travellers (in transit, not for a holiday like we are going to have in Singapore). They started boarding us onto our next flight one hour before take-off because we had to catch a bus across the tarmac to the plane. The flight was ok with plenty of juice and water to keep us hydrated and good in-flight entertainment but they served us a full dinner at a time when our body clocks said ...
Stopped for coffee. The toilet was very very small and very very dark. Thank god I could do it standing up and just aim and hope for eh best. I had to open the door a couple of times to establish the aim!
Then it was downhill, more little narrow streets interspersed with piazzas (squares). Ended up in Piazza Farnese (Home square) where Max pointed out the French Embassy to us. ****, ...
... very pleasing manner through 6 rooms. Apparently it was during a persecution so they had plenty of time and my word it would have taken lots of it! One thing we didn't realise about the centre of Rome is how surprisingly small it is. It seems far on our map but most things are an easy walking distance from one another. After the monks we made our way to another 'under refurbishment' attraction. The 'Spanish steps' or so we thought. We were actually just ...
... to before and we thought that we might grab one before meeting our friend to tour the Vatican (Pizzeria Buffetto). Unfortunately, it was not to be as they were closed this Monday. But we did find a wonderful sandwich place a few steps from there--it was like an old world Subway (but in a whole other dimension). There was artisan bread and the freshest ingredients (like mozzarella, olive tapanade, prosciutto, artichoke spread) all of ...
... to display some sort of permit for parking. Just as we were about to free the children from their seats, I advised James of my observation. After his own recon, he agreed that we were very likely in a permit only area… So, we jumped back into the Matchett bus and five hundred point turned our way out of there. Obviously, we achieved in getting a photo of the Steps, even if it was from inside the car as we were driving towards them…
I was so ready to ...