Located just a few steps from some of the oldest and most precious ruins in Rome, including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.

Price from 230 EUR

At a glance the Romantik Hotel The Inn at the Roman Forum

Located just a few steps from some of the oldest and most precious ruins in Rome, including the Colosseum and the Roman Forum.
It boasts charming views of the Campidoglio, Palatin Hill, the Roman Forum and Venice Square. Romantik Hotel The Inn at The Roman Forum is the only luxury residence in Rome which actually houses Roman Ruins within its walls.
At the entrance, a passageway leads you to a Cryptoporticus; an exquisite stone gallery with engravings that can be traced back to 2,000 years ago. The five star accommodations are carefully decorated in a modern style and are luxuriously furnished.

On the roof terrace, guests can enjoy snacks from 17:00 to 20:00.

The Inn is Pet friendly.

Guests can enjoy a cup of coffee in the lobby at any time of the day using one of the Nespresso machines.

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The Cryptoporticus, a structure formed by two galleries with archways and colonnade, was erected in the Roman period of VI Regio Augustea, at the border between the Suburra area and the Imperial Forum. The Suburra Valley was the most populated quarter of ancient Rome, and was known to be a run-down area due to poorly constructed small wooden houses. Princes Augustus built huge walls of stone blocks to isolate his Forum from the frequent fires which periodically destroyed the quarter.

The Cryptoporticus was rediscovered and excavated in 1887. Since then, no comprehensive studies have taken place on the monument, and is still considered a treasure of ancient Rome.

„An exclusive view of imperial and archeological Rome”
Gaetano Lauro