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 1552 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Nice room forget the restaurant
Stay Date: 08/2017, SCJK wrote this review.
Staying for two nights to see Rome. Nice hotel, room is great, clean and well appointed. Reception friendly and comfortable. The pool is small but ok for a quick dip - not a lot of sun loungers. Restaurant on the other hand is very disappointing. F… See more
Staying for two nights to see Rome. Nice hotel, room is great, clean and well appointed. Reception friendly and comfortable. The pool is small but ok for a quick dip - not a lot of sun loungers. Restaurant on the other hand is very disappointing. Food is at best average. The vast number of unfilled seats rang alarm bells but we were tired and didn't want to go out again. One gets the feeling that the waiters never see anyone twice. They were friendly and accommodating but you could sense they knew what they were serving up. When a waiter doesn't come over at any point in the meal to ask you how the meal is...tells its' own story. Nice room - eat elsewhere. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, Lukedyy wrote this review.
What can I say about this place? Firstly: their marketing is excellent. The photos they have do the place a lot of favours. In reality, it's a bit run down, and in the middle of some serious renovation work. The first room we were given was right … See more
What can I say about this place? Firstly: their marketing is excellent. The photos they have do the place a lot of favours. In reality, it's a bit run down, and in the middle of some serious renovation work. The first room we were given was right next to where the workmen were drilling the walls. It was so loud it woke our baby who was sleeping. We asked to be moved, and they obliged, fair enough. The next room wasn't as new as the last, but at least it was quieter. There seemed to be some sort of drain issue as around the hotel there seemed to be a consistent smell of bad drains from our room, the pool to the restaurant. Not sure if that was the hotel or the local area. The pool is small, not particularly clean and very crowded. The pool bar was expensive, €14 for a beer and two cokes. They won't allow you to consume your own food or drink by the pool either... of course. The key cards for the rooms are crap. I literally had to replace ours about 5 times in 3 days because it stopped working. The fridge in the room barely kept things cool. Shower was good. AC was ok. Shutters were great, kept things really dark in the early hours. The restaurant is terrible. Easily the worst food I experienced in Italy. By quite some margin. The waiter brought us the bill, then created some elaborate excuse as to why he was 1 euro short for my change and eventually another member of staff brought it to me in loads of copper coins. Maybe some ploy to have me give them more tips but I wasn't up for that. The atmosphere in the restaurant was terrible. Bright lights, no music, long waits for service. Don't bother. Breakfast was ok. Juice tasted like squash rather than actual juice. Coffee was mediocre too. No fresh fruit at all. The hotel is not in an area that has anything other than a shopping mall in walking distance. Buses were ok, taxi back from trevi fountain cost about €25. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, MikeandPhoebe wrote this review.
Our family have only just returned on Aug 8 from a 6-night break having booked directly with the hotel. While I can see the viewpoint from some of the previous negative reviews – the strange absence of fruit at breakfast, the slightly small rooms and… See more
Our family have only just returned on Aug 8 from a 6-night break having booked directly with the hotel. While I can see the viewpoint from some of the previous negative reviews – the strange absence of fruit at breakfast, the slightly small rooms and one or two other oddities that might not appeal to everyone – I would say that overall we have nothing but praise for the hotel and its staff. With the mercury hitting 43C (109F) during the middle of heatwave ‘Lucifer’, the staff there helped us switch from one of the older a/c rooms where we stayed for one night to another with a much improved and cooler system that provided a more than adequate night’s sleep for all concerned. Even with two teenagers, we found the room fine for our needs (we were out and about most of the time anyway) and the availability of a good-sized fridge, potable water in the room, perfectly fast and free Wi-Fi and a safe were all welcome amenities. The cleaning team were excellent and provided us all with extra pillows and no we had no issue whatsoever with the comfort of the beds including the ones for the kids. With the temperatures outside absolutely brutal, we tended to try and make an early start with a view to having a nice lunch in the main city and then returning by mid-afternoon to enjoy the pool and chill out. For the most part we had our evening meal in the second floor food court at the adjacent Euroma2 shopping centre and there were some tasty gelato options, which we tried more than once! Me and the missus liked the sushi place that did a very nice 'infinity' buffet for around 11-17 euros depending on when you ate. We therefore had no issue with the limited building work still going on in the area and all the rooms also come equipped with large shutters to keep the early morning rays away. Breakfast was available from 0630 and getting out early also meant beating the infamous queues at the likes of St Peter’s basilica on our last full day, which was snaking around the square by the time we finished our trip there at around 1030. Buses 070, 700, 706 (via the ‘America’ road above the station) and 709 all link the hotel to Fermi, the nearest metro; just use the underpass next to the main entrance when heading into the city. If you’re lucky with waiting times you can reach Termini station in 30 minutes although on our Friday evening trip to the Vatican Museum, the waiting time for a bus to turn up did stretch to 15 minutes so be warned. Also if you’re used to the London Underground and seeing a train turn up every 2-3 minutes be advised that Rome’s metro isn’t always as frequent. A hotel within the old city would have saved on journey times but probably cost us twice as much with no pool and fewer other amenities – we wouldn’t have survived without that aircon! Finally, if you’re intending to fully make the most of your visit, do your homework on TA inc. the Rome Forum before you go and you’ll have a great time. Use Donna’s excellent information for example on the likes of booking the main sites including the highly recommended Colosseum Underground tour and getting the most from the 3-day Roma Pass, which we used for free entry to the Colosseum/Roman Forum and the Galleria Borghese plus reduced entry to the Castel Sant'Angelo. Also pre-book a Friday evening visit to the Vatican Museum and Sistine Chapel to avoid the queues if staying that day. We also used Rick Steve’s free Audio Europe App wherever possible to undertake a number of self-guided walking tours including an excellent one titled The Heart of Rome. Collapse
Stay Date: 08/2017, Oddleiv wrote this review.
Wow, what a service we experienced from the staff in this place. Never in my life experienced anything like it. Clean, nice hotel. The biggest variety of croissants I have seen in my life! Good coffee. But again, the hospotality and service of the… See more
Wow, what a service we experienced from the staff in this place. Never in my life experienced anything like it. Clean, nice hotel. The biggest variety of croissants I have seen in my life! Good coffee. But again, the hospotality and service of the staff is something I have Never before experienced. Wow. Thank you so much. Collapse
2 weeks spent
Stay Date: 07/2017, Jeremie W wrote this review.
Hello, I was there for two weeks in July! I was part of a big camp and I really enjoyed my stay! The hotel is still under refurbishment but is getting shaped! The staffs members are so nice and its a clean space! They have a nice outdoor with swimmin… See more
Hello, I was there for two weeks in July! I was part of a big camp and I really enjoyed my stay! The hotel is still under refurbishment but is getting shaped! The staffs members are so nice and its a clean space! They have a nice outdoor with swimming pool! The continental breakfast is succulent and have so much choice! A great place to stay outdoor of Rome! Collapse
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