Hotel Anfiteatro Flavio Rome – Surroundings – 3 star hotel near Coliseum in Monti, centre of Rome

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MONTI

Becoming more and more famous as people begin to discover the charm of Monti, this district enjoys the medieval feel of Trastevere but without the saturation of tourism. Cobbled streets, charming restaurants, chic boutiques, trendy bars and creative private art galleries characterise this wonderful area that is as old as Imperial Rome itself. Full of hidden treasures and a distinctive atmosphere, guests to the Hotel Anfiteatro Flavio are right at the heart of it all.

JULIUS CAESAR

Literally a stone’s throw from the Coliseum and the Imperial Roman Forum, Monti and the Suburra district are as old as the Empire itself and it is no surprise that some famous people came from here. Perhaps the most famous is Julius Caesar who was actually born here. Once a disreputable area in ancient Rome, it is today the opposite and is one of the most admired and popular of Rome’s districts.

IDYLLIC PLACE TO STAY

Hotel Anfiteatro Flavio could not be better placed for those wishing to see the Eternal City. Situated on the picturesque Via dei Serpenti, one end of the street ends under the awe inspiring profile of the Coliseum with the other end arriving at the shopping street of Via Nazionale and close to the Quirinale Palace. Guests even have a metro station 400 metres from us. The location truly is idyllic.

STRATEGIC LOCATION

Guests to the Hotel Anfiteatro Flavio will find themselves not only amongst the traditional restaurants and trendy boutiques of Monti, but will learn that they are also just a short stroll from the Coliseum, the Imperial Roman Forum, the Capitoline Hill and Piazza Novona on one site. In the opposite direction they will stumble across the Palazzo dei Esposizione, the Quirinale Palace, the Trevi Fountain and the shopping street of Via Nazionale. Finally in a third direction, guests can walk through the charming streets to the National Opera House and the ancient golden Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. The nearby metro underground station also means that for anything not in walking distance, guests need only hop on the tube to be there in minutes.