Apartments and Rooms in Rome near the Colosseum and Imperial Forums
WELCOME TO GULLIVER'S LODGE
Located in a beautiful building from the 900s in the centre of Rome, he Gulliver’s Lodge is not a typical hotel but a residence of charm in the heart of the city. The ‘guesthouse’ is located on the ground floor of the building, and all the bedrooms face the first floor.It offers all the necessary services to provide a comfortable stay to our guests in a relaxing and elegant environment.
The Gulliver’s Lodge stands in a privileged position: less than 600 meters away you can reach the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, 2 km away from the Trevi Fountain and 2.5 km from the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon and Piazza Navona.Furthermore, it is located in the immediate vicinity of the `Cavour` stop of Metro B and in an area full of restaurants, bars, pubs and shops.
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The Gulliver's Lodge offers rooms in an elegant mix of modern and classical interior design styles that accommodate up to four people. Recently repainted and remodelled, the rooms feature the best comfort to offer a cosy stay in the Eternal City.
NOT TO BE MISSED
Piazza di Spagna
Basilica of Saint Peter
Art Galleries and Museums
Campo de' Fiori
Piazza del Popolo
to be visit walking
Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore
Roma Termini station
Rome Opera House
Metro Cavour (linea B) UNDERGROUND/SUBWAY
Location & CONTACTS
The Gulliver’s Lodge is in a prime location; in less than 600 meters, you reach the Roman Forum and the Colosseum. The Trevi Fountain is at a distance of 2 km, while the Spanish Steps, Pantheon and Piazza Navona are at a distance of 2.5 km. Excellent connection with public transport having the Metro Cavour (line B) station just further down the road. We are in the heart of the Monti area with a vast choice of restaurants, bars, pubs, shops and the easy access to public transport will make your movements in the Eternal City easy and pleasant.
A journey to discover the great monuments of Rome on a walking tour.Visit the icon of Rome, the Flavian Amphitheater or Colosseum, stroll through the Roman Forum up to the Palatine Hill, get ready to travel back in time to the Roman Empire on foot.
The Trajan’s Market currently houses the Museum of the Imperial Fora.Museum of the Imperial ForaVisiting the museum you can cross the streets of the market, as well as an exhibition path with the remains of the Imperial Forums.The route offers audiovisual material in the visit of the archaeological finds, transporting visitors to Ancient Rome.
The Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, one of the largest churches in Rome and one of the four Patriarchal Basilicas of the capital and the only one that has preserved the early Christian structures.A masterpiece of art and architecture.
The square is dominated by a beautiful octagonal fountain by Giacomo della Porta and executed by Battista Rusconi.On those steps of the fountain, Romans and tourists sit down to enjoy an ice cream, an aperitif or a snack from the surrounding bars.