Cristoforo Colombo Roma Hotel
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- Located in the modern business district of Rome
- Outdoor swimming pool (June-September)
- Short journey into Rome city centre
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Cristoforo Colombo Roma Hotel is well positioned in the modern business district of Rome, within easy reach of the centre of the historic "Eternal City". The hotel's friendly and helpful staff are on hand to give you advice about things to see and do within the city of Rome and its surrounding areas.
The Cristoforo Colombo Roma Hotel offers a wealth of facilities for its guests including an outdoor swimming pool (June-September) ideal for taking a relaxing dip, lush gardens which offer a wonderful sanctuary to unwind after a busy day, and a café and bar which offers a comfortable place to lounge during the sunny afternoons, or a lively place to chat in the evenings. Enjoy a delicious breakfast buffet in the mornings to set you up for a day sightseeing in Rome, and then in the evenings, mingle with residents and locals whilst savouring sumptuous dishes from the varied menu.
Each of the 205 bedrooms at Hotel Cristoforo Colombo Roma have been recently refurbished with the ultimate comfort and convenience of every guest in mind. All rooms feature en-suite facilities and many amenities to ensure your stay is a relaxed, enjoyable one.
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1519 reviews
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Nice hotel, well located, great amenities
Stay Date: 07/2017, Manish1967 wrote this review.
Hotel Cristoforo Colombo is in Rome, Italy. Good location, easily accessible by public transport (buses) and next door to a huge shopping centre, with lots of shopping and dining opportunities. The food in the hotel restaurant was also amazing and th… See more
Hotel Cristoforo Colombo is in Rome, Italy. Good location, easily accessible by public transport (buses) and next door to a huge shopping centre, with lots of shopping and dining opportunities. The food in the hotel restaurant was also amazing and the swimming pool was a blessing with the Italian summer heat burning down on you. Go with your own towels to the pool, unless you are willing to pay Euro 6 for a pool towel, which is quite pricey. The pool shower emitted icy cold water.The rooms were big in size and had good lighting and a wonderful mosaic art piece with lighting highlighting it, so decor was great. The 2nd day there they had a problem with the hot water system and we had to have cold showers. Overall a great hotel. Seems the hotel is not yet finished and construction is going on at present in and around the hotel compound. Collapse
More like a motel
Stay Date: 07/2017, khaled s wrote this review.
Booked a quad room. When we got into the room we found only a queen bed. After two trips to the lobby, they carelessly confirmed it was the correct room and that they could give me a bigger room the following day or later. Called booking. com ending … See more
Booked a quad room. When we got into the room we found only a queen bed. After two trips to the lobby, they carelessly confirmed it was the correct room and that they could give me a bigger room the following day or later. Called booking. com ending up with another room despite initial denials, it was really tiny though. THEY SAID THEY HAD ASKED THEIR WORKER TO PUT BEDS BUT HE DIDN'T. THAT'S IT. NO APOLOGIES AT ALL. The bathroom was tiny as well that we hit our heads a couple of times while standing up from the toilet. The room was not cleaned well during our stay, I think it was never broomed or swept during our stay. It was far away from the center that we had to take 8 stops to reach the underground followed by another 8 metro stations, an hour away trip each way. Didn't try food there. There is a mall beside it with a nice food court (mac, burger king, sushi, and other restaurants), a super market, and good stores with ok prices. Tax free in Rome starts from purchases 150 euros or more, it very easy to claim at the airport. Collapse
Rome wasn't built in a day.
Stay Date: 06/2017, j0fis wrote this review.
They say Rome wasn't built in a day . That would also apply to this hotel, it seems renovation work is ongoing. Looking past the pot holes in the outdoor walk ways and some unfinished jobs in the interior this hotel is better than I expected. I had r… See more
They say Rome wasn't built in a day . That would also apply to this hotel, it seems renovation work is ongoing. Looking past the pot holes in the outdoor walk ways and some unfinished jobs in the interior this hotel is better than I expected. I had read some very unflattering reviews of this establishment and I was bit concerned as to what might confront me. There was no call for concern at all. We were a group of 20 on a TripaDeal tour . Most of our accommodation was in a new wing of the hotel , nicely appointed and good size rooms. Plenty of hot water and good aircon. Food is buffet style and considering that the place was host to a ravenous group of students there was more than enough food to meet our needs. Staff were all pleasant and obliging . One of our group had her bag stolen from under her table in the restaurant , so heed the warning and be very vigilant with your personal property. The shower did flood on my last morning but that could have been related to the major work being done in the building. Two nights here was comfortable and clean. Its is some distance from Rome central but is accessible for about 20 Euros in a taxi. Collapse
Very nice hotel
Stay Date: 06/2017, Jill P wrote this review.
We stayed here as part of a 12 day European Tour with Expat Tours. We had a twin room, it was very nice. The hotel seems to be getting bigger, and we stayed in a new building, that looked like it had not long been finished. Although it was lovely, w… See more
We stayed here as part of a 12 day European Tour with Expat Tours. We had a twin room, it was very nice. The hotel seems to be getting bigger, and we stayed in a new building, that looked like it had not long been finished. Although it was lovely, we did have to mop floors both nights in the bathroom, as it would seem that the shower pan had not been laid properly and there was no tilt to enable water to drain properly, hence water was spilling all over the floor. A couple of other people From our same group said that it had happened to them also. However, the rooms were fair sized, clean and comfortable. We had dinner here, which was very good. We had been told that it would be a long wait for dinner, as they were generally pretty slow at service, but although the place was full with many bus tour parties, we did not have to wait to long at all. It was also pretty good when it came too. We had breakfast here too, which was a good selection of food. Collapse
Haven't quite worked out the kinks
Stay Date: 06/2017, jthompson706 wrote this review.
We had three nights in The Cristoforo Colombo Hotel as part of a Travel Zoo package. The buildings are beautifully decorated but still in the process of expanding. There was construction happening around us the entire time - with the associated noise… See more
We had three nights in The Cristoforo Colombo Hotel as part of a Travel Zoo package. The buildings are beautifully decorated but still in the process of expanding. There was construction happening around us the entire time - with the associated noises. The building that we stayed in, in fact, was still under construction. Having a new room was nice. Unfortunately, the door refused to lock. We informed management of the problem our first day there but it was never fixed. Knowing the reputation of the area for theft, that was unsettling. Although we booked this room as couple, the "queen bed" was actually just two twin mattresses that had been pushed together. The hotel is not as close to the center of Rome as advertised but it is very close to a really nice mall which offers just about everything you could possibly need. The distance from the center of the city was actually kind of a relief but it did require some effort to get into the city using public transportation. The hotel staff was helpful but their English was not as good as they seemed to think it was so communication was a bit of an issue. Learning some basic Italian beforehand is recommended. Collapse
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