Welcome to the Kolbe Hotel Rome
“Charming luxury hotel just steps from the Roman Forum "
This magnificent 15th century luxury four star hotel which was once a convent is strategically located in the heart of Rome just steps in front of the roman forum, a short walk to the coliseum and a few metro stops from the Spanish Steps, Trevi fountain and Piazza Navona.
The enchanting Hotel gardens are one of Rome’s best kept secrets filled with orange, lemon and olive trees which allow guests to enjoy the fragrant garden while dining al fresco in this serene outdoor restaurant.
The rooms have all been recently renovated with Wi-Fi, Flat screen televisions and all rooms have been updated with air-conditioning. Most of their 72 rooms have either garden or Roman Forum views of which 17 are large Family Rooms which can accommodate families or groups of 4 very comfortably.
The Hotel is walking distance to Trastevere,The charming picturesque medieval area of Rome where there are many restaurants, bars and café’s.
One of the few hotels in Rome that have this unique combination of historical importance coupled with elegance and comfort.
The whole staff is glad to welcome you to the Kolbe Hotel Rome
Facilities & Info
• Air conditioning in the whole Hotel
• Airport transfer (p)
• Bar / Lounge
• Babysitting Service (p)
• Daily newspapers and magazines in the Lobby
• Express Check In
• Express Check Out
• Garden with palm trees
• Safe in all rooms
• 24 hour reception / concierge service
• Tour services in/out the city (p)
• Luggage storage
• Laundry service (p)
• Medical service (p)
• Translation service (p)
• Wellness service -massage on request- (p)
• Wireless Internet connection (free for reservations done on our official Home Page)
(p) = subject to payment
Check In : 14:00
Check Out : 10:00
Breakfast: 07:00 - 10:00
Restaurant: 12:30 - 15:00 & 19:00 - 22:00
Bar: 12:00 - 23:00
Garden: 08:00 - 24:00
Stay 4 nights and get 13% off on your booking!
Take advantage of this extraordinary limited-time offer!
Doubt thou the stars are fire, Doubt the sun doth move, Doubt truth to be a liar but never doubt thy love.