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BEST POSSIBLE LOCATION


To complement our superb quality rooms and suites, the Colonna 18 deluxe guest house enjoys one of the finest positions in the centre of Rome. Perfect for those who wish to explore and uncover the hidden treasures of the Eternal City, the Colonna 18 is within walking distance of the major tourist attractions.

La Dolce Vita

Strategically positioned in the upmarket Prati district of Rome, guests have a fine array of boutiques, restaurants and bars on their doorstep. Just a few metres away is the famous square of Piazza Cavour, and to the west lies the historic Castel Sant Angelo opposite the Bridge of Angels adorned with masterpieces of Bernini. A little further and guests can venture into St Peter's Square and the magnificent Basilica of St Peter - considered the heart of the Catholic Church. The awe inspiring Vatican Museums and Sistine Chapel lie a little beyond this, but all are within comfortable walking distance.

If guests stroll to the east or the south however, they will also come across such famous landmarks as the Spanish Steps surrounded with the designer shops and boutiques famous throughout the world and synonymous with high Italian fashion. Piazza del Popolo and the lush park of Villa Borghese lies just to the north, and to the south guests can venture onto Piazza Navona and on to the ancient Pantheon and stunning Trevi Fountain.

It is hard to imagine a better position for guests to stay when visiting Rome, but don't take our word for it, come and stay with us and see for yourselves. Be warned however that we sell our extremely quickly so don't delay!

Sights Within Walking Distance At A Glance

By simply strolling out of the door, guests are a short walk from:

• The shops, bars and restaurants of Prati • Castel Sant Angelo • Basilica of St Peter • Vatican Museums • Sistine Chapel • Bridge of Angels • A fine selection of museums and art galleries • Piazza Navona • The Pantheon • Campo de Fiori • The Trevi Fountain • Piazza del Popolo • Villa Borghese and the Borghese Art Gallery