Hotel Solis is a well-worn hotel with a fantastic location. They could do some sprucing up. We really didn't care about that as much as the location. It's a 10 minute walk to the Colosseum and 5 minutes to the Forum. The staff was helpful and nice.
The hotel was extremely accommodating. Had awesome recommendations for dinner from staff. Bar/ restaurant staff went out of their way to make is comfortable and give us the full experience! Location is great because it's out of all of the loud city noise but close enough to get to all the cool spots within - 15 min walk. Will definitely stay here every time we go to Rome!
Perfect location with all the Colleseum on your doorstep. Staff were friendly and the hotel was clean and comfortable. I would recommend this hotel to my friends and will be staying here again for my next visit to Rome.
Not where you would expect to find a lovely hotel but it's squeezed into a great spot. Lovely rooms, not much of a view even from the breakfast drinks terrace but there's lots of other things to look at in Rome!
Close to colloseum and main train station and subway. Easy to get to attractions. Some were a little far to walk but it was possible with a lunch break along the way. staff was very helpful however it was very much like staying at your family's house. They came to clean disputed the do not disturb hung on te door. You are welcome to use the room safe but must turn in your keys when you leave. It's niave to think they don't have a second set but still made us uncomfortable that they had the room and safe key at the front desk. Everything was very clean and well kept but small. The shower door did not open or close all the way so water gets on the floor. But they a te more than willing to send extra towels, call a taxi, guve directions and recommendations. The queen bed was not the worst on our trip but was two singles pushed together so there was a bump down the middle. Great view and AC though we didn't use it. The breeze from the window was enough. It was overall perfect for us for the price and very accommodating! But the key and small bathroom may be a deal breaker for someone expecting a 3 star hotel.
"Rooftop restaurant not available. Great otherwise."
The staff was extremely helpful. Rooms very clean. Would definitely stay at a 47 Hotel again.
The advertisement for the Hotel was misleading. The picture shows the beautiful view from the rooftop restaurant but it was closed. No other nice place to have dinner
The heart of Ancient Rome, all roads led to the Forum. Visitors flock here to walk the streets where Julius Caesar once trod when this was the centre of commercial, political and judicial life. Nearby, the Colosseum, described by Lord Byron as 'the gladiators' bloody circus', is the world's most famous amphitheatre and the most impressive of all Rome's buildings and ruins.