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Hotel Forum

Italian Cities, Rome

  • Close to the Colosseum with views over the Forum
  • A former Dominican monastery dating back to the 18th century

Situated in the heart of ancient Rome and very close to the Colosseum, the Hotel Forum boasts an ideal location. This centrally located hotel is housed in a former Dominican monastery dating back to the 18th century and benefits from stunning views of the Forum and ancient city.

The hotel has a traditional and elegant style with wood-panelled public rooms and comfortable guest rooms. From its rooftop terrace and restaurant, guests can experience a unique vantage point from which to appreciate the layout of this archaeological zone.

The hotel has 78 rooms (official rating 4 star).

 

Facilities

Bars & Restaurants

American Bar

The American Bar located on the beautiful terrace of the attic floor, suggestively placed near the Romanesque bell tower of the nearby church, offers elegant and comfortable setting for a taste of the bar's drinks and cocktails.

Lounge

Restaurant

A rooftop restaurant with spectacular views offering a diverse selection of international cuisine with an Italian touch, and an extensive wine list. 

Rooftop Terrace

Parking

Garage parking is available and payable locally at approx. €40 per day.

About the location
Rome – the Eternal City – is often said to be the world’s greatest open-air museum, boasting hundreds of historic sights around every corner and in every square. There’s so much to see and do that you’d need a month to take it all in, but a week or less is enough to give you a taste of Italy’s incredible capital.

With more than 3,000 years under its belt, Rome has long been one of the world’s leading centres of culture. There are masterpieces like the Sistine Chapel, numerous wine-fuelled feasts to partake in, and a raft of iconic sights, including the world’s largest amphitheatre – the Colosseum. 

Best of all, the majority of Rome’s attractions are within walking distance of each other, so you’ll be able to soak up the Roman way of life as you walk to the Pantheon or Trevi Fountain. Maybe you’ll discover a hidden church with beautiful frescoes or a secret trattoria serving excellent wine from the Lazio hills. (See our small-group food tour.) That’s when the phrase ‘when in Rome’ really comes in handy...
Transfer Time
The hotel is 50 minutes transfer from Fiumicino airport. Return private transfers included. To change your transfers or book car hire instead, simply call us once you’ve completed your booking.
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Classic Twin Double Room

Max 3 Adults

Classic Rooms are bright and airy with light, comfortable furnishings and parquet flooring. They can accommodate up to three adults.

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Superior Twin Double

Max 2 Adults

Superior Rooms are decorated with parquet flooring and have partial views of the Forum. They feature a queen-size bed or twin beds and can sleep up to two adults.

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Deluxe Twin Double Forum View

Max 2 Adults

Deluxe Rooms have fantastic front views over the forum and can sleep up to two adults. These rooms are available on request, please call to book.

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Fantastic views across Rome while you enjoy your breakfast
172gille, Portsmouth, United Kingdom
Tripadvisor review Mar 07 2020
We visited Rome last year from 31st March to 3rd April. We stayed at the Hotel Forum. When we booked in reception we were greeted with opulent elegance. Decorations were ornate, velvet, sumptuous...
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Tripadvisor review Mar 06 2020
Lovely hotel, just minutes from the forum and the colosseum, and tasty eateries (& hop on/off bus!). A converted convent, it is full of ???olde worlde??? charm - lots of wood panelling & relics...
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