little over 3 km away is another of Rome's famous sites
- St Peter's Basilica and the Vatican City. The inside
of St Peter's is the largest of any Christian church.
a sovereign city state with a population of around 900,
the Vatican is actually the smallest country in the world.
As this country is rather strongly Catholic this is not
the day trip to air your hot pants so dress modestly and
enjoy the fabulous collection of art and relics amassed
here. You can see from this small selection that so many
interesting sights are available to our guests within
a few minutes walk.
most spectacular neighbour at Imperial Rooms Rome
is the Colosseum. Situated just
a 100 yards to the left of our luxury guest house,
we’re literally on the doorstep of the Colosseum
- one of Rome's most wonderful sights. Dating
from 70-80 AD, the Colosseum is the largest amphitheatre
ever built by the Romans. 60,000 spectators could
fit in here and watch the gladiators prove their
mettle or suffer a bloody and intensely public
death. There used to be lions here but now the
Colosseum is home to vast numbers of their smaller
relatives - stray cats.
A little over 1 km from Imperial Rooms Rome is
the iconic Trevi Fountain. You
may know this fountain as the end point of one
of the main aqueducts supplying water to ancient
Rome or you may just recognise it from the timeless
classic Italian movie, La Dolce Vita. Regardless,
at 85 feet high and 65 feet wide it is the largest
Baroque fountain in the city. Legend states that
if your throw a coin in this fountain you will
one day come back to Rome. That's good news if
you'll be staying at Imperial Rooms Rome again.
Take the metro two stops on the blue line from
Termini central station to Colosseo
and use a print out of the map above to guide
Airport Transfers: Please enquire
online about our competitive transfer
service. Trains run from Fiumicino Airport into
Termini and Coaches run from Ciampino Airport.
We don’t recommend you take taxis from the
airport as Roman taxi drivers have been known
to make mistakes with fares.
Location : Rome
Spanish Steps are 2km away from Imperial Rooms Rome so
within easy reach for all our guests. The famous stairway
ascends from the Piazza di Spagna which includes a museum
dedicated to John Keats who may or may not have bought
an ice cream nearby to enjoy whilst proof-reading his
is so much more to see and do in Rome this is just the
tip of the iceberg. Our friendly multilingual staff will
be happy to advise you on making the most of your stay
at Imperial Rooms Rome.