Cheap hotels near Roman Forum in Rome, Italy
The Roman Forum is a veritable who’s-who (or what’s what) of the most important government buildings of ancient Rome. The roster here includes the Temple of Caesar, Temple of Saturn, the Basilica of Maxentius and Constantine as well as the Arch of Septimus Severus.
It used to be you could roam the Roman ruins for free. Not so today. The Forum is open to the public daily from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. (or until one hour before dusk). By purchasing a ticket (€12), you’re also covered to visit the Colosseum, which is just next door, and Palatine Hill. Tickets are valid for 48-hours.
Hotels near the Roman Forum: Sticking close to the Forum means a chance to wake up in the middle of the action, and to keep yourself well poised for travel to other points in Rome. Our hotel picks in the Colosseo & Monti neighborhood range from B&Bs to three-star properties.
Address Via XXIV Maggio 51 (Monti)
Situated a short walk from Rome's historic center, the Hotel Giardino offers 11 guest rooms, a pretty courtyard and free breakfast.
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