Forum Hotel

 4 star hotel

Rome, Italy

  • Address:
  • Forum Hotel
  • Via Tor De Conti 25-30
  • Rome
  • 00184

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Residing in one of the 80 rooms means being able to feel the pulsating ancient heart of the Eternal City all around you. Most of the windows have a spectacular view. Whenever you want to enjoy the magnificent panorama that gives the hotel its name, simply go up to the top floor and sit at a table in the restaurant or in the American bar. Behind the hotel, if you walk through the little neighbourhood streets, passing by the Grillo al Quirinale building or along Via Madonna dei Monti, you will soon come to the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore. A great many guests, more or less illustrious, have walked across the lobby and have stayed in the rooms, including Jacqueline Kennedy, when she was still JFK's first lady. I still clearly remember how she used the safety entrance, which had been set up especially for her, when she wanted to go for lunch on the panoramic roof garden. Many other celebrities from the world of entertainment, politics and high finance have also spent long periods as guests in the hotel. I remember Alain Delon ?the woman charmer?, Liz Taylor, Brigitte Bardot, who was followed along Via Madonna dei Monti by photographers (paparazzi), King Gustav of Sweden and also Gregory Peck, Michel Piccoli with Juliette Gréco and the Dalai Lama who, while offering me the white scarf of friendship, whispered ?we will see each other again?.

Rome s Hotel Forum was inaugurated in the spring of 1962, after three years of renovation work carried out by Mr Angelo Troiani. He transformed an old building that, in ancient times, was once occupied by a convent of Dominican monks attached to the church of San Quirico e Giulitta. The hotel is located within walking distance of the Imperial Forum, in front of the impressive ruins of Torre dei Conti in the heart of the imperial city and close to what was known in ancient Rome as the Porticus Absidata in the Forum of Nerva. By taking a few steps to the right, you will come across the Campidoglio, or a few steps to the left for an extraordinary view of the Colosseum. We are in the heart of this historical medieval and Renaissance city. If the Forum was intended as the prototype for a haven in the most classical and evocative part of the city of Rome, the result is perfect. Complementing this picture is the building in which a hotel was built: a former convent, dating back to the 18th century and designed by the famous architect Gabriele Valvassori.

This is a historic building.

This accommodation has a medium lobby.

Hotel Forum Rome is one of the eternal city's premier 4 star hotels and offers 80 spacious and luxurious guest rooms and suites that are both naturally illuminated and stylishly designed with a fusion of comfort and elegance in mind. The rooms are all very well illuminated by large 18th century style windows, which ultimately offer a bright and airy feel to the guest rooms. In the evening a warm sensual atmosphere is created by the charismatic soft lamplight, which in turn will help unwind in a relaxing atmosphere after a long day touring the wealth of historical tourist sights the Eternal City has to offer. International Satellite TV and a direct-dial telephone are connected for extra comfort, while mini bar refrigerator and independent remote controlled air-conditioning and heating are standard to every room. Those guests who require Internet use while travelling will be pleased to know that the entire property is covered by the wireless network (supplement applies).

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HOTELFACILITIES

Forum Hotel, Rome Hotel Facilities

Safe in room (Complimentary)

Air Conditioning in Public Areas

Bars - 1

Bathroom with bath

Bathroom with shower

Business Centre (Chargeable)

Credit Cards - Amex/Visa/Diners/Mastercard

Disabled Access

Earliest check-in 14.00

Elevators -2

Hairdryer

Latest check-out - 12.00

Lounge Area

Minibar

Number of Floors - 4

Pets not allowed

Porterage (Complimentary)

Radio

Room Service - not 24-hours

Safe in reception (Complimentary)

Telephone

Television Cable/Satellite

Television Regular

Hairdryer

Television Cable/Satellite

Radio

Room Service - not 24-hours

Bars - 1

Minibar

Number of Floors - 4

Television Regular

Pets not allowed

Disabled Access

Elevators -2

Bathroom with bath

Earliest check-in 14.00

Credit Cards - Amex/Visa/Diners/Mastercard

Restaurant

Telephone

Hotel built in 2000's

Hotel built in 1960's

Air Conditioning in Public Areas

Lounge Area

Business Centre (Chargeable)

Latest check-out - 12.00

Bathroom with shower

Air conditioning in Rooms

 

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