The Relais Colosseum 226 S&AR is a luxury hotel located in the heart of Rome, behind the famous Colosseum.
The Relais offers four comfortable and refined guestrooms and combines the classical style of the 19th century buildings with the modern interior design.
The property does not have a traditional reception, but the owner and the friendly staff will always be at your disposal to assist you during your stay with travel tips and tourist information.
The Deluxe room has king size bed with views over the internal courtyard of the building. It can accommodate 2 people with double or twin beds. The private bathroom is spacious and has a bath.
The room provides complimentary wireless Internet access, coffee/tea makers and flat-screen TVs. Fans, hairdryers, toiletries and towels are among the other amenities that guests will find.
Transfer services to / from the airports are available upon request and incur an additional charge, depending on the number of people.
Arrivals after the normal check-in time are subject to a surcharge, after 22:00 the extra cost is 20.00 euros, after midnight 50.00 euros.
Please inform Relais Colosseum in advance of your expected arrival time in Rome, at the train station / airport.
Here the real taste may be savoured of ancient Rome: old monuments, mesmerizing ruins covering an area stretching from the Colosseum to Campidoglio.
Centre stage is undoubtedly dominated by the impressive Colosseum. Rome’s most important symbol which each year attracts thousands of visitors.
The area surrounding the Flavian Amphitheatre also offers a great deal that is definitely not to be missed: the Palatine, where the first chapter of the history of Rome was written with Romulus’ killing of his brother Remus; the Roman Forum, the administrative, civic and business centre of ancient Rome and the Imperial Forum, built by various emperors when the old forum proved too cramped.
Above the Forums rises one of the seven hills of Rome, the Campidoglio. Highly significant from both a political and religious perspective, today it serves as the city hall and there are the offices of the Mayor of Rome.
Area well connected by metro, tram and bus that will carry you from north to south of Rome, while the main tourist attractions such as Piazza Navona, Piazza di Spagna, Trevi Fountain, Pantheon etc .. are easily reached on foot.