Stayed at the Amalfi on a last minute deal. The hotel is just down the road from Santa Maria Maggiore so is a good base to start from. The area is a little run down and although is fine in the day time, would be a little worrying at night for the older clientele. The hotel itself is clean and and comfortable, fantastic shower and pleasant English speaking hosts. The rooms are on the smaller side but that doesn't really matter as you will be out most of the time sampling what Rome has to offer. The walls are very thin so you can here what's going on in other rooms which can be a bit of a nuisance, but saying that it didn't stop us having a decent nights sleep. It's very near the Colliseum and not far from the nearest Metro station. A couple of good restaurants nearby, pricey but you are in Rome. Found an excellent bar at the end of the street called ipastichio or something similar, cocktails, pastrys etc all reasonably priced, do not go to the cafe on the corner of the basilica as very over priced, 6 euro for one coke, more fool them, never went back, all in all we had a great time, would I come back, probably, thank you Amalfi for a lovely stay.
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- In a historic building just few minutes walking from the Colosseum and with views of the Basilica and piazza Santa Maria Maggiore, Hotel Amalfi is a familiar, charming 3-star hotel in the historic center of Rome that welcomes its guests with all the care and attention that a small hotel can provide. ... more less
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