How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Solis Rome
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... afternoon we had planned to take a walking tour of Rome which was leaving from the Spanish Steps so we made our way slowly in that direction via the Pantheon. Now it is easy to be mesmerised by all the history in Rome, however a trip to Rome must also include a visit here. The Pantheon was built between 118-128 AD and is now one of the best preserved ancient buildings in Rome that is still in use today. It also boasts, being still today, the worlds largest ...
... to the hotel. We met Ellen and Glenn, and walked back down the Via Cavour to the Santa Maria Maggiore Basilica. OMG, what a place, totally amazing and over the top. Hard to believe how much gold could be in one place and the murals and sculptures are unbelievable.
Back to the rooftop for happy hour and another dinner nearby, of bruschetta that was fab and my vongole pasta again. Why change a good thing? Paul, Maija and I had an early night as we are heading home ...
... had these listening devices for the past 3 days and they are really great. You wear them around your neck and they are about the size of a pager. You have an earpiece that fits in your ear (I used my iPhone headphones which were much more comfortable than the one they give you) and you can listen in to the tour guide without him shouting over the other guides in the museum. They are a great tool during these busy tourist seasons.
Franko spoke very ...
... too much ****!!!) and showed the driver where the hotel was and he dropped me off at the bottom of a super high hill..360 wheels only work great on smooth airport floors, not cobblestone and uneven sidewalks. Made my way up the hill and then I still had like 4 more blocks to go on a street with no real sidewalk. I had a big suitcase, a wheeled carry on and a ...
... some Crypts which are really weird as each are adorned with countless human bones and skulls.
After a little bit of hotel R&R we headed down to Piazza Nevona and a small resturant close by where we had another delicious meal before heading back to the hotel and contemplating ...