Rome Times Hotel
What We Love
- Top city center location a 15-minute walk from the Colosseum, the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps
- Skyline views from the rooftop bar
- Free canapés and snacks served with drinks between 6 and 9 p.m.
What To Know
- Some rooms feature balconies
- Free WiFi
- A special children's menu is served at breakfast
- There's a petite on-site fitness center
- A $7 city tax per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
In a traditional Roman townhouse just off the Via Nazionale, a 15-minute walk from the Colosseum, Rome Times is a contemporary crash pad with a killer city center location. The clean-cut white and gray interiors showcase the building’s original arches, and bespoke furniture crafted specially for the hotel dots the public spaces. The lobby-level lounge bar serves classic cocktails and drinks paired with Italian snacks and canapés between 6 and 9 p.m. Or head up to the rooftop bar for sundowners and skyline views. The guestrooms feature kingsize beds topped with hypoallergenic mattresses, and the contemporary furnishings, muted tones and ambient lighting create a calm vibe. The marble bathrooms are stocked with his-and-hers toiletries and come with either a tub or a shower. Gym bunnies can hit the petite fitness center, but for a cultural workout, Rome’s major sights are on the doorstep: the Trevi Fountain and the Spanish Steps are a 10-minute walk away.
In the Area
Rome’s best bits are within easy reach. You can stroll to the Spanish Steps, the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum within 15 minutes. If you’re looking to explore farther afield, Rome’s main rail station, Termini, is also within walking distance, for Italian and international rail connections. No trip to the Eternal City would be complete without visiting the Vatican, home to the awe-inspiring Sistine Chapel; getting there is easy thanks to the nearby metro station, Repubblica. If you’re looking for authentic Italian food, head to Rome’s ancient Centro Storico, where you’ll find pizzerias and gelaterias, plus plenty of quaint boutiques and art galleries.
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Just got back from a 6 night stay, for a friends 50th Birthday. Everything about this hotel is excellent. Staff - wonderful cannot do enough for you. Rooms - to a high standard, lovely amenities, we had a free mini bar ( once its replenished you have to pay) lovely comfy bed, air con. Breakfast - buffet breakfast was brilliant, so much choice, including eggs and bacon. Location. - is superb, less than 15min walk to Colloseum, Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain, everything within walking distance, couldn't have been better. We were there on a Saturday and the Hotel had a part night, with a singer. We had a fantastic evening, and I would highly recommend this. Even the bartender ( who was off duty) Matteo got up and sung Opera, it was a fab night. If we go back to Rome, we wouldn't hesitate to say here again.
Stayed here after doing a cruise around Italy and Greece. We were greeted by very friendly and helpful staff who gave us the impression we were valued customers. The room was very modern and quite large and had a bath!!. Compared to another Rome hotel we had stayed in before our cruise, this hotel was 1000% better. The breakfast was included in the price and was a nice buffet of hot and cold food. The location is also central to many of Rome's attractions and shops. Can't give this hotel enough compliments, will defintely stay here again when we return to Rome.
nice clean hotel and convenient to the center of Rome and walk able to most landmarks. Good breakfast and dinner selections. Staff was nice and price was reasonable. You have many food options withing several blocks of the hotel