Guests who book through Five Star Alliance receive a welcome drink, a Continental breakfast daily for up to two guests and entrance tickets for two to the Colosseum, Roman Forum, and The Palatine Hill. Guests who book a suite also receive a one way limousine transfer from or to the airport.
The recently renovated Palazzo Manfredi, a 14-room boutique hotel in the center of Rome, is located directly opposite the Coliseum. Originally a 17th century multi-story villa, the luxury hotel was built at the archaeological remains of the gladiator arena, Ludus Magnus. Just 10 minutes to Venezia Square and 20 minutes to the Spanish Steps, Palazzo Manfredi is a discrete retreat for VIPs and ideal for both business and leisure travelers.The hotel's award winning Aroma Restaurant is a Michelin Star recipient offering rooftop, panoramic views of the Colosseum, also known as Flavian Amphitheatre. The American Bar also opens onto the terrace, with chaise lounges, which is ideal for a relaxing break, quick lunch, glass of champagne or the finest Italian wine while viewing the city.14 rooms include upgraded designs, king beds, and marble bathrooms. The Suite Colosseum has an open space design, bathroom with steam room, shower with chromotherapy in the spectacular wellness area, plus a mini-gym, and whirlpool bath.The splendid building of the Palazzo Manfredi (Hotel Gladiatori Palazzo Manfredi) began life in the 17th century as the villa of the Evangelisti family, designed by architect Giovanni Battista Mola. It then passed to the Venerabile Confraternita della Ss Trinita dei Pellegrini e dei Convalescenti (Venerable Fraternity of the Holy Trinity of Pilgrims and Convalescents), as commemorated by the two stones on the facade. The villa was completely rebuilt in the 18th century, becoming the hunting lodge of the noble Guidi family and, from 1748, this area was known as "Giardino Guidi".
- Palazzo Manfredi
- Via Labicana, 125
- Rome, 00184
Located in the historical part of Rome, directly in front of the Colosseum, the Domus Aurea, Roman Forum and one of the oldest Basilicas in the city; the Basilica of San Clemente (built in the XII century).Situated along the magnificent Via dei Fori Imperiali, a 10-20 minute walk will bring you to some of the city's most important monuments and landmarks; the Spanish Steps, Via Condotti, the Campidoglio, Venezia square, the Quirinale Palace and Montecitorio (the seat of the Italian parliament), as well as the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain (1.9 km away).
Directions to Hotel
By car: Exit the ring road at the EUR or Appia exits. Rome's main railway station, the Termini Station, is just a five-minute taxi ride away.
Guest Review Highlights
- - Meeting Space
- - Disabled Access
- - Fine Dining on Site
- - Fine Dining Nearby
- - High Speed Internet
- - Dining
- - Jogging & Running
- - Shopping
- - Theatre & Museums
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