Guest House in Rome Center with Colosseum View

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Guest House in Rome overlooking the Colosseum. Close to the metro, 5 rooms and all comforts!

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    Welcome! Guest House in Rome Center

    Colosseo In features a wonderful location where you will enjoy spending your nights during your Roman Holiday. We are looking forward to welcoming you as our guests!

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    Reception Welcome and Information

    Entering Colosseo In you will find the recption right in front of you. Here you will do your check-in procedures and while doing so, you can ask for any kind of information or help you might need.

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    Coffee Break Coffee, Tea and Hot Chocolate

    A coffee machine, free of charge, errogates various types of coffee, tea and hot chocolate to be enjoyed at breakfast time or any other time of the day convenient to you.

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    Refreshment Area For Meals

    The space is available for guests to have Breakfast Self Service. It’s equipped with microwave oven and a toaster. On the right you can find the Terrace.

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    Terrace View of the Colosseum

    Gorgeous Terrace with sofa and comfortable armchairs with view of the Colosseum, Roman Forum and Piazza Venezia. Ejoy the view!

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    Rest Area Sit and Drink

    Relax corner with comfortable armchairs to have a drink in a quiet and air-conditioned. Beside there is the machine to make free coffee, tea and chocolate.

Colosseo InGuest House in Rome Historic Center

Dining and Entertainment VenuesWhat’s Nearby

In the center of Rome, only steps away from the Colosseum and the Fori Imperiali, located in a historic building we offer luxurious ensuite rooms.

Each room features hard wood floors, a mini bar which contains complimentary mineral water, juices and breakfast treats. Your room is air-conditioned, and provides television flatscreen and a safety deposit box.
A free Wi-Fi internet connection is available at your convenience. Your room will be cleaned daily. Opening windows.
The views from your window present either the Colosseum or the Altare della Patria on Piazza Venezia.

Upon request we organize transfers to and from the airports. We can also arrange guided walking tours to the Colosseum, the Fori Imperiali or the Vatican Museum.

Also available are guided bike tours of the city and pizza-baking or cooking workshops. Please note that availability is limited and disappointment can be averted by early booking.

Our Rooms

Colosseo In offers 5 rooms. Each room is colorful and bright.

  • Turquoise Triple Room

  • Turquoise Triple Room

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Turquoise RoomTriple Room, for Friends or Travelling with Children

Triple room with 3 single beds or 1 double bed + 1 single bed. Parquet floors, air conditioning, private bathroom, TV, free wi-fi, private safe, minibar and kettle. The room cleaning is done every day. Opening windows.



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  • Double Room -Twin Room119€160€
  • Triple Room150€180€


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Guest BooK

  • I was traveling to Rome with my family for the first time. We didn’t have to worry about a thing, transportation to and from the airport was arranged for us, tours of the Vatican and the colosseum were set up and we just had to meet our guide and it was the best tour I have ever been on. The rooms were extremely clean and very nice. The bathroom was a good size and clean as well. The location was amazing, within walking distance to everything! It was quiet at night so we were alike to get a good nights rest. When I return to Rome someday this is the only place I will stay, the price is very good and well worth our money. It was a very fun experience with everything taken care of for us and a beautiful hotel.

    by Emily (Minneapoli, Minnesota)
  • I stayed in the violet room. Absolutely lovely. WiFi connection was great. This guesthouse is spotless and very private. Janine was a great help; even going so far as arranging tickets and reservations for outings. I didn’t realize that I needed a reservation for the Borghese Gallery so she organized everything. A real gem.

    by Shelly (Amsterdam, Nederland)
  • What a wonderful find. Janine could not have been more helpful. She arranged for train tickets, car pick up at the airport saving us money, cabs arriving at the door, tours etc. and all with a smile. Great location, colosseum just around the corner. Don’t be fooled by the outside, interior brand new and done first class. She was in constant contact via email for all arrangements. It was on oasis after a long hot day of touring. If I’m in Rome again this is we’re I will stay.

    by Vt Jack (Perkinsville, Vermont)
  • This is the perfect B&B, very clean with modern interior and appliances. Location cannot be better, just a short walk to the forum and coliseum. Janine is the best host ever, very warm, genuinely kind and helpful and attentive to details. My daughters and I really felt at home. Thank you so much for all the nice attentions. We especially enjoyed the first breakfast upon arrival on the little terrace overlooking the coliseum and splendid view of the sunrise on the city roofs. We hope to come back soon!

    by French Connection (Beijing, China)


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What to Visit Around the area?

Monuments, Museums and Shopping on Foot or by Metro

COLOSSEO IN is located only a few steps away from the Colosseo in rione Monti (“hills”), which is the oldest part of Rome. Its name is due to its territory that used to spread over the Esquilino, Viminale, Quirinale and Celio hills. Nowadays it is smaller.
The area holds testimonies of the Roman, Medieval, Renaissance and Baroque eras; a sequence of styles covering 2.500 years of history. There are also many restaurants, (wine-) bars, pubs and clubs. Besides the Colosseum you can find, amongst many other historical monuments, the Basilica of Saint Peter in Chains, with the famous statue of Michelangelo: “Moses”; Palazzo Valentini which holds a Roman Domus; the Roman prison Mamertino (where Saints Peter and Paul were imprisoned); The Altar to the Fatherland on Piazza Venezia, with its panoramic roof; the Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli, built in 442, which survived the all-destructive creation of the Altare della Patria. And all this and more only a few steps away.

Tour Museums and Monuments

Basilica San Pietro in Vicoli
(Saint Peter in Chains – 350 meters on foot)
San Pietro in Vincoli is a Roman Catholic titular church and minor basilica in Rome, best known for being the home of Michelangelo’s statue of Moses (1516-1515), which is part of the tomb (1503-1543) of Pope Julius II. The basilica was built in 442 and its name is due to the relics of the chains (in Latin “vincula”), kept in this church, with which St. Peter was imprisoned in the prison Mamertinus. Two other statues on the tomb of Julius II were sculptured by Michelangelo.

Address: Piazza di San Pietro in Vincoli 4a
Telephone: +39 (06) 97844950
Opening Hours: Daily 8.00-12.30 and 15.00-18.00.
Free Entrance
L’Altare della Patria
(Altar to the Fatherland – 550 meters on foot)
Also known as the “Monumento Nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II” (National Monument to Victor Emmanuel II), or “Il Vittoriano” is a monument built in honor of Victor Emmanuel, the first king of Italy as one nation. The eclectic structure was designed in 1885 and inaugurated in 1911 and completed in 1925. It is now considered a monument to celebrate the unification of Italy as one country. Since November 4, 1925, the outside of the monument holds the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier with an eternal flame, and on the inside there are various museums: The Shrine of Flags, The Museum of the Italian Unification, the National Museum of Italian Emigration. In 2007, a panoramic elevator was added to the structure, allowing visitors to ride up (7 euro) to the roof for wonderful 360 degree views of Rome.
Palazzo Valentino
(Domus Romane – 650 meters on foot)
The multi-media tour takes visitors through the remains of a patrician Domus of the imperial age, with mosaics, decorated walls, polychrome floors, pavements, and other artifacts, many of which are recovered from the throw of the same domus.

Walls, rooms and decorations come to live thanks to the plays of light and optical designs, which “add” the missing part to the remains actually still existing. A voice-over explains the various environments and guides visitors through the visit.

Included in the visit is a virtual reconstruction of the Trajan Column. The bas-reliefs tell a military campaign: the conquest of Dacia, now Romania, by the Emperor Trajan. It is an illustrated story, an historical cartoon. The visit ends with the opportunity to observe the real column through a small window in an underground bunker at the foot of the column.

Address: Via IV Novembre, 119/a (near Piazza Venezia)
Telephone: +39 (06) 32810
Opening Hours: Daily 09.30 – 17.30 (closed on Tuesdays)
Tickets: Regular €10,00. Reduced (only residents in Rome) €8,00 ages 6-17 and over 65. Free under 6, persons with disabilities and their escorts.

Reservations are recommended: € 1.50 per person.
Basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli
(650 meters on foot)
A church worth a visit, nestled between the Altar of the Fatherland and the Campidoglio (city hall). It is the only one that was saved when the Altare della Patria was built. The basilica of Santa Maria in Aracoeli was erected in 1200 on the site of the temple of Juno, where, according to tradition, Augustus had a vision of the coming of the Son of God. The stairway of 124 steps leading to the entrance was built and consecrated in 1291, to give thanks the Virgin Mary for having stopped the Black Plague. Inside are numerous works from, among others, Donatello, Pietro Cavallini and Pinturicchio.

Address: Piazza dell’Arce Capitolina 12
Telephone: +39 (06) 69763839
Opening Hours: Daily 09:00-18:00.
Free Entrance
Musei Capitolini
(Capitolini Museum – 700 meters on foot)
The foundation of this museum goes back to 1471, when pope Sisto IV donated a group a bronze statues with major symbolic values to the Roman people. The collections have a close bond with the city of Rome where the large majority of items derives from.

Address: Piazza del Campidoglio (the hill with the City Hall)
Telephone: +39 (06) 06 08 (daily 09:00-21:00)
Opening Hours: Daily 09:00-20:00 (closed on Monday).
The ticket office closes 1 hour before and is situated on the “Piazza del Campidoglio”, on the ground floor of the “Palazzo dei Conservatori” (Palace of the Conservators).

Until September 14th 2014 a special exhibition of the arts of Michelangelo Buonarroti is held; “1564-2014 MICHELANGELO. Incontrare un artista universale” (“1564-2014 MICHELANGELO. Meeting an universal artist”) to commemorate his death 450 years ago. For this special occasion various works were gathered from various museums and private collections.

Tickets: (from May 27 to September 14, 2014)

Ticket Michelangelo + Capitolini Museum:
€13,00 Regular; €11,00 Reduced; €2,00 Very Reduced.

Free: under 6 and holders RomaPass.

Buy Online Tickets It ‘simply present your printed receipt, bypassing the ticket office.


Supermarket “Super Elite” (400 meters on foot)
Especially for those guests who stay longer it is nice to know that there is a fully equipped supermarket with e.g. fresh bread, all kinds of cheeses and a good wine selection, against normal prices.

Address: Via Cavour 232 – Opening hours: 09.00 – 21.00
Enoteca Cavour 313 (winehouse – 10 meters on foot)
Located on the opposite side of the street from Colosseo In, offers a vast selection of wines with more than 1.000 different labels and also sells wines from cask.

You can also drop in to have lunch (12.30 – 14.45) or dinner (19.30 – 00.30).
Luxury Shopping (1.8km on foot to Via dei Condotti)
Rome is famous for the fine shops in the area of Piazza di Spagna (Spanish Steps).

Only to give you an idea on what you can find we will name a few shops situated in Via dei Condotti: Gucci, Prada, Max Mara, Jimmy Choo, Church’s, Luis Vuitton, Valentino, Dolce&Gabbana, Salvatore Ferragamo, Giorgio Armani, Montblanc, Bulgari and many many more.

In the other nearby roads you will find much more, like Tod’s, Tiffany etc etc.. Too many to name them all.

Outlet Shopping (1.1km on foot)
Not located in the city, but outside of Rome, there are various Outlets, like Castel Romano Designer Outlet.

A transfer service from Termini train station (Via Marsala) departs daily at 09.30, 11.30, 12.30 and 15.00 hrs. Rides back to Rome are at 10.45, 13,45, 17.15 and 20.05.

Round way tickets can be obtained at the ticket box in Via Marsala and cost 13,00 euro. Children don’t pay and youngsters between 14 and 18 years pay 8,00 euro.

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Leonardo Express Train From the Airport of Fiumicino to Termini Train Station

Car with Private Driver From the Airport of Fiumicino to Colosseo In

The Leonardo Express train leaves every 30 minutes and takes you to Termini in 31 minutes. Sevice is also guaranteed during strikes. A ticket costs 14 euro.Children up to 4 years of age are free of charge and children from 4 til 12 years travel free of cost if travelling with an adult. Each adult can take ONE child free of charge. For how to get to us from Termini Train Station please see below.
A driver will be waiting for you in the arrivals hall holding a sign with your name on it. He will take you to his car and drop you off in Via Cavour, 310.The cost for this service depends upon the number of people in your party and how much luggage you carry. It usually is 50 euro up to 3/4 people with carry on luggage. If more luggage is present a van will be send and this costs 60 euro (6 pers.) and 65 -70 euro (7/8 pers.).We will ask for the costs upon your request.

From Termini Train Station to Colosseo In