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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
The hotel is within walking distance of just about everything. The staff couldn't be more helpful, particularly Favio, who assisted us with everything, even transport by bus, train and taxi.
Rooms had been recently renovated and were a reasonable size.
Only one negative we could...More
1 Thank franandj0hn
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 28 July 2016
thank you very much for your review, all our staff together with Fabio are very happy to read your words, we really look forward to welcome you again in Rome !
The hotel is located on a quiet street, possibly a little difficult to get to from the metro what with the area being half closed-off for works (it might be difficult to drag luggage through crowds of tourists). Being on a side street has the...More
2 Thank Camelia I
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 13 July 2016
Thank you very much for your review so detailed, it is very important for us and also for other guests to read so much information.
We hope to welcome you again in ROme , it would be a pleasure to see you again...More
Location was great, close to Coleseum, close to bus routes, great terrace view to enjoy a bottle of wine and relax. Lots of shops and restaurants nearby. Staff was friendly and helpful. We enjoyed our stay, felt lucky to find this hotel. Breakfast buffet was...More
1 Thank gamy2016
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 4 July 2016
thank you so much for your nice review and for stayng with us, we really hope to welcome you again in your next trip in ROme
This was a terrific place in the most convenient location imaginable for site-seeing. While the room décor was charmingly dated, the room was clean and serviceable, had nice light, etc. The bathroom was small but immaculate. The entire staff is SO professional - even before...More
2 Thank Betsy1978
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 1 July 2016
we are very happy to read your review, all our staff wants to thank you.
One of our main goal is to provide a good quality service. We really hope to welcome you again in ROme
I took my mother to Rome and agonised over the hotel as I wanted something central, clean, cheapish and typically Italian. I booked two single rooms in the Hotel Fori Imperiali Cavalieri and worried about the single bed room size. Overall I worried she wouldn't...More
1 Thank Paul R
Response from UgoCavalieri, Proprietario at Hotel Fori Imperiali CavalieriResponded 29 June 2016
a very big thank you for your review. Honestly we are always a bit warried about our single rooms becouse they are objectively small and that's why we sell them with a lower price and providing photographs and size on all websites.
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.