September 12, 2017 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
FortySeven Hotel Rome in Rome, Italy
Elegant and functional, the Fortyseven Hotel recognizes the value of beauty and understands that true luxury is the discreet consumption that cannot be found in objects, but rather in the experiences it offers their guests every day in the center of Rome. Fortyseven Hotel is the hidden planner of thousands of stories, all of which are different and unique.
The Fortyseven Hotel, a 4-star hotel in the heart of Rome city center, offers their clients different types of rooms to meet all types of needs. Our hotel rooms are elegantly furnished, enriched with refined details inspired by Art Decò, and feature all the comforts necessary for the prefect stay in the Eternal City. The Circus Restaurant, allows guests to sample sophisticated dishes inspired by Italian and Mediterranean cuisine. The Fourtyseven Hotel is conveniently located, allowing our guests to easily walk to the main archaeological sites, including the Colosseum, the Forum and the Domus Aurea, as well as entertainment and shopping areas, like Via del Corso, Campo de' Fiori, and Trastevere.
Location of FortySeven Hotel Rome
Nearest Airport: FCO
Amenities for FortySeven Hotel Rome
- Cultural Tours
- Historic Sites
- Culture & Arts
Reviews for FortySeven Hotel Rome
Directly across from temple of Hercules and walking distance to everything except the Vatican which you can take a bus to. The staff was kind, competent and caring. The room was small but clean. The breakfast was fresh and very tasty. An ongoing expo along the banks of ther Tiber river in summer also walking distance from "The FortySeven".
H296BTjamesp - Babylon, New York
Super modern hotel with sleek and comfortable furnishings a short walk from Trastevere or the Forum. A fabulous rooftop bar (with the highest drink prices we paid anywhere in Italy) was worth it for one last evening to look over the City. Breakfast was the freshest and most extensive we had in Italy. I look forward to returning!
rundeep - Philadelphia
We visited in the end of July as a family and absolutely loved our experience at this hotel. Interconnecting rooms for traveling with kids, great buffet breakfast, large (delux package) rooms and great bathrooms. We really liked the rooftop restaurant (we had lunch and drinks there) but most of all you can't get a better location. Right in the backyard of the Forum. We walked everywhere. The front desk staff were very nice although usually only one person on duty and always very busy. 47Hotel Rome is a great boutique hotel.
After extensive research, I chose the hotel for its proximity to the Colosseum and Forum, along with the promise of a terrace overlooking ancient ruins. The hotel is perfectly situated--convenient to both sites, just across the bridge from Trastevere and easily accessible to all other sites. Our room was beautiful--very modern and lovely. We were gifted a bottle of champagne just after arrival. Breakfast was wonderful--meats, cheese, fabulous cappuccino, and their is a small bar as well. In addition to a beautiful rooftop restaurant and bar area with a view out over a pretty piazza, there was a spectacular, small courtyard that was a lovely garden and quite retreat to visit or eat breakfast. In addition, there're other public spaces in the hotel: A libray/reading room adjacent to the small bar, and a spa in the basement that we did not have time to use. This hotel provided an oasis from the city energy, yet it was accessible to everything. The front desk staff were truly exceptional: genuinely happy to meet us, always smiling and willing to assist, gracious about printing several tour invoices that I needed, and outstanding in every way.
Terid18 - Minneapolis, Minnesota
4 day stay to tour Rome. Location was great walking distance to colosseum and roman forum. We had a few bad experiences with restaurant staff being slow, but that's to be expected pretty much in any European restaurant... I had hoped that by spending a little more on a hotel we would have a better experience. Don't bet on WiFi being helpful at all. Laptop was usable -- any mobile device (iphone, ipad, ect, would work 5-10 min at a time and die). I'm assuming they set this up 5-10 years ago. If you need wifi to plan out your visit and tours go to a coffee shop.