January 3, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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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 Decň, 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
Our spacious room was on a corner, bright because of extra windows, and with a nice view of two small temples. The bathroom also had a good size with a large walk-in shower. However, the curtain in there needs replacement! We enjoyed the coffee machine in our room. Wifi was good. The location of the hotel is fantastic: you can walk from there to almost any place you want to visit in Rome. The staff was really friendly and very helpfull. Only thing we did not like was the noise from the rooms next to us and above us.
Lydia D - Lagos, Portugal
We traveled to Rome from the USA and stayed at the Fortyseven Hotel in October 2016. Rome can be overwhelming with the amount of hotel options, so we enlisted the help of friends who had traveled numerous times to Rome for business and pleasure. We were recommended Fortyseven Hotel by the most frequent visitor to Rome. Despite that immediate recommendation, we still went forward with a thorough search, since this was an Anniversary trip away from the kids and we wanted to be extra certain on our selection. Our key criteria was location, with good value for good service and luxury. We wanted to stick under a certain price point, but we still found close to 100 options available that met our ratings guidelines and within our budget. After countless hours doing our own independent research, Fortyseven Hotel was a finalist. Given our research, and the recommendation, we booked our trip at Fortyseven Hotel. Prior to our visit, the concierge was an invaluable resource. We were able to communicate via email with extremely prompt responses for restaurant recommendations and bookings, as well as car service to and from the hotel. We were immediately impressed with the service weeks before our arrival. Upon arrival, this great service continued. Our incoming train was delayed and their driver was able to stick around and find us during rush hour in Rome. When we arrived, we were upgraded to a suite (perhaps due to our troubles). The rooms are of modern design and are very updated, including the use of automated shades and other electronic features. The sitting room of the suite would easily accommodate another 1-2 people on the couch. There was also a small table to sit and eat at. The beds and linens were extremely comfortable and created the luxurious bedroom experience we were looking for. There were multiple pillow options of different firmness, we were happy campers. Perhaps the best part about all this is their location. Fortyseven Hotelâ€™s location is a perfect blend of not being on a busy square, but within walking distance of everything. We were able to walk to all of our adventures across Rome. We had an ambitious agenda of sights and eats and were able to walk to every single attraction we had planned. For us, the freedoms to explore the city by walking everywhere added to the ambiance and relaxation of the Fortyseven Hotel. We will be back to Rome again, and I would be shocked if we do not return to the Fortyseven Hotel. It was a tremendous value for the location, service, and quality of hotel.
Andrew S - Chicago, Illinois
We stayed at this hotel from Sept 12 to 17. It was one of the greatest hotel experience that we have ever had. My husband and I stayed here on our 35th anniversary trip to Italy. The front desk staff - Aliena, Olga, Fernando, and the young ladies in the breakfast room (specifically Eliaria) did everything they possible could to make sure our stay was pleasant and amazing. Also, the staff in the Roof Top Restaurant - Alejandro Herrera who waited on us couldn't have been more amazing. He seated us in the best seat overlooking the city making our meal even more delicious. A special shout out to Aliena at the front desk - whatever you helped us with you always did your job with the utmost patience and care for the customer. We will never forget our experience and stay in Rome all because of the efforts of a great team of young people. Thanks guys....take care and wish you all the best, Nathalie & Vijai
The staff here were stiffly pleasant, and less distant than some we've experienced at other Italian hotels, but they were helpful as needed. The location was good, right in walking distance of ruins at the Forum etc. Our main problem was the room. We can't fault the hotel too much, as we booked it the last minute and they put us in whatever they had available that featured a king sized bed. It was a room arrayed for a handicapped person, so we were glad to get two bathrooms for the price of one. On the other hand, the toilet broke down the first time I used it,so I was obliged to repair it there on the spot.By this time my wife and I both had colds, so we were dismayed to see the maid hadn't given us any fresh tissues after we had used up the room supply the day before...so we had to order some more. Not a big deal, but a nuisance. I was disappointed there wasn't a coffee maker in the room, but hey, we were in Italy, not the US. The breakfast was nice, which works out well for us as we usually eat a breakfast then tour through the day until dinnertime, skipping lunch. I'd come back there if I had time to angle for a better room. The best local restaurants are over the Tiber at Trastevere, so you have to plan for that factor if you stay there.Fine of the weather is good, a nuisance if the weather is bad. The hotel restaurant is very good, a big plus.
Stayed for 3 nights in November 2017. I had a corner room on the 4th floor- the room was modern and recently renovated and I liked the switch-controlled window blinds that shuts sunlight and noise. Decent bed quality. I had a small issue with bathroom sink which didn't drain properly but it was a minor issue. The complementary breakfast was more than I expected- a good selection of breads/pastries, some hot food (scramble egg, bacon and sausages), cold meats and cheeses, veggies and fruits. I also had a chance to go up to a rooftop bar/restaurant and enjoyed the experience. All in all, I enjoyed my stay at the forty-seven and will come back!
NewYorkToto - New York