- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- No parking is available onsite.
- The following credit cards are accepted: American Express, MasterCard, and Visa.
- Upon check-in, all guests, including children, must be present to show their passport or government-issued photo ID.
- Due to national regulations, cash transactions can't exceed EUR 2999.99 at this property. For additional details, contact the property using the contact information on your booking confirmation.
- The guesthouse provides transfers from the airport (fees apply). To make arrangements, contact the property with arrival details prior to travel, using the phone number on your booking confirmation.
- No cribs or infant beds are available.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Relais Terme di Tito0.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Travelled to Rome after nephews wedding,having booked this accommodation many months ago due to location near to Colosseum.As previous reviewers have said the street and front entrance aren't the typical "norm" but once inside your room,everything is catered for and the close proximity to Colosseum a bonus The location and access to other attractions is perfect and sitting on the roof terrace with a glass of wine is surreal,you almost feel transported back in time imagining the antics that took place inside the arena!
Me and my partner came away for my 30th. The hotel didn't look much from the door downstairs but when u get to the top it's the best view in Rome, believe me you can't be disappointed. The staff and very nice and the room very clean and cleaned everyday they will help with what ever you need wouldn't hesitate to come back in the future!
Stayed here with my husband in November, hotel was easy to find and in a great location! The room was very nice and large with good amenities. Only issue was the window in the bathroom has no shutter/blind and shined through to the bedroom as soon as the sun rises, this was due to the glass panel connecting the bedroom and bathroom. Breakfast and coffee was served each morning in a lovely tea room. The terrace at the top of the hotel had such an amazing view of the colosseum and this is really what makes the b&b special.
I specifically asked for the Roma room with the patio doors on to the terrace. The room has a freestanding bath with a seperate shower and toilet. The bed is amazing and I wish I could take it home! As all the other reviews mention, the views of Rome from the higher terrace must be the best there is. It's breathtakingly. The lower terrace that is accessible from the room is also lovely, but it's the higher one that's a real show stopper. Location wise you are a stone's throw from the Colloseum and there are plenty of places near by to eat and drink and places to buy food and drink to bring back to the hotel which you are more than welcome to do. I would definitely choose to stay here again. I may not choose the same room as other guests do use the terrace outside at all hours to smoke etc so it didn't feel very private. All in sll is a lovely, lovely place.
This is a very nice, very small hotel with the very best terrace in town. It is not covered, so you will use it more if the weather is warmer, but even in December the views are impressive. The staff is very nice, too - that makes many ‘very’ which is why we will come back for sure !!!
Wife booked this hotel for my birthday and it was absolutely fantatic, The room was really nice and had everything we needed... Iron, hair dryer fresh bedding daily with towels. The view from the hotel terrace was amazing and got some great photos of the surrounding area. The only downfall was my wife was woken up early with loud doors banging outside the room and when it came to checkout on the Monday morning there was nobody to give the key back to and officially checkout and ended up giving it to the housekeeper who done the breakfast who spoke absolutely zero English that left us extremely confused.
We stayed in the 'Roma' room on the top floor, which has direct access to one of the two wonderful terrases, one of them with a 360 degree view over Rome. Fabrizio welcomed us, told us to "pretend and act" as if we were home, gave us a set of keys (door from street, door to the hotel, door to our room) and then left the building (there are usuallu no caretakers in the evening.) It didn't take us long to settle in. The room is nicely decorated, and coffee and tea are available 24 hours a day. The Colosseum is a 2 minute walk. The Vatican around 25-30 minutes. Would love to come back.
We stayed here for 3 nights in September and picked this hotel because of the good reviews and its position. It is situated across the road, on a side street from the Colosseum and a park. It looks like a block of flats, ring the bell for Relais Terme and the Manager buzzes you in. The entrance leaves a lot to be desired and the lift is so small and old but thankfully, it was working. It is a bit rickety but got us up to the 7th floor, 2 people and 2 cases and it was a squeeze. Exit the lift and when you enter the hotel it is a pleasant surprise, it is lovely. The manager shows you round the hotel which is split over 2 levels, there are 2 terraces and the views are outstanding. Breakfast room is nicely set out and is included in price it consists of toast, jams, pastries, cake, biscuits, tea, coffee, juices. The waitress is friendly, as is the manager. There is a tea and coffee area which is available 24 hrs. In our room was a welcome bottle of wine. The manager suggests you bring in your own wine and food and enjoy a meal on one of the terraces taking in the views. The terraces are well lighted at night. There is not a manager presence during the night. We were in the room next to the Manager's area. Bedroom, bathroom with shower. Clean and adequate for our stay. The only downfall was you could see into the shower from the bedroom, instead of a solid wall it was a window. We would definitely stay here again. There is a bar next door but the Manager said best to venture round the corner to the other restaurants which are much better. If you walk through the park towards the other side of the colosseum there are plenty of restaurants in that area, or walk to the bottom of the road, take a left until you come to the restaurants. Decent bars at the bottom of the road. Also, take a right at the bottom of the road and after about a 10 min walk towards the centre there are 3 restaurants, 2 on the corner and 1 across the road, at the side of this one there is a small cobbled street with a small restaurant, this is a jewel, great service, great food and great prices, half the price of the other restaurants, we went to this restaurant twice and both times were impresses. It can get busy and people queue for a table.
With a terrace which allows you to buy your own Prosecco and drink it overlooking the Colosseum and the Rome skyline, it's hard to fault this small little hotel which lurks at the top of an apartment block. So here's what you'll want to know... Hotel It's bright, clean and comes complete with a calm atmosphere - but it is tiny, with just a handful of rooms. Easy to walk past from the outside, if you climb the steps and walk past the university en route from Termini then it's just to the right after a small restaurant - you're looking for a large wooden double door with the hotel name on a silver plaque to the left. Buzz the door and there's the world's smallest lift to whisk you up to the hotel on floor 7. The hotel itself is spread over the sixth and seventh floors with a splattering of rooms on each. But the treat is the complete lack of pretension of this place. There's 24-hour coffee and tea on tap and the manager actively encourages you to bring food and drink back to the hotel to consume on its double-level terrace. There are even cups plus plates and cutlery left out for you to use. It's a nice touch. Plus the manager gives you a tour when you arrive so you know where everything is. Granted, you'll probably be eating out most nights, but it's a nice option if you're not or keeping an eye on the old budget. The only food served up for you is the breakfast which is in a quite beautiful room where the sun floods in each morning. However, don't expect to fill up for breakfast. The range consists of a couple of cakes and a very modest amount of toast. It is, in truth, pretty miserly. And, as a result, the hotel loses a star in this rating. It is, however, the only negative of staying here. The terrace itself is the stand-out attraction - the higher level is worth climbing up to as it provides splendid views of the entire city as well as a cracking view of the Colosseum which, at night, is beautifully lit. You get your own set of keys which allow you to come and go as you please. Worth noting, however, is that management appears to be on site only sporadically during the day and not at all during the evenings. So I dread to think what would happen if you had any problems or, gulp, you lost your keys as you'd not even be able to get back into the atrium of the apartment block. So keep them safe! Rooms We had a room on the sixth floor which was a decent sized, beautifully decorated, and came complete with a bath at the foot of the bed just in case the mood took you for a bit of a soak. There's an en-suite bathroom with a cracking rain shower head which makes for a rather pleasing experience having walked miles on a sight-seeing extravaganza. The rooms are cleaned out daily (although be warned not to carry your bathroom gear in a plastic bag (not classy, I know, but hey ho) as we put ours on the floor of the bathroom packed with stuff, only for it to be thrown away when the room was cleaned!). Bed was comfy, little noise to disturb you and you can't hear anything from any neighbouring room. Location: Ideal for exploring the city - the Colosseum is right on your door step, and Termini station about a 25 minute walk away which means getting to and from the hotel is stress free. The main historic sites you'll want to tick off your list are about a 20-30 minute walk away....but it's an easy walk and an interesting one which allows you to see a little more of the city as you head to the likes of the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Pantheon. Plus, there are LOTS of nice restaurants to explore along the cobbled streets, It was a great place to stay for couples and that terrace in the warm October sun is one which will live on long in the memory.
We stayed here 4 nights in August. We could't fault the room; ours was next to the lower terrace. Fabrizio was very helpful, but be aware there is no manager present during the night unless there is a very late check-in expected. The breakfast room is bright and well catered. We enjoyed wine and nibbles at sunset on the roof terrace each night. The Colosseum is just at the end of the street and the terrace has outstanding views of it. Central location for exploring the ancient centre. The only negative about this hotel is the lift. It's compact, and if it's out of service it's a 7 floor climb up the stairs to the reception and rooms. I would highly recommend staying here and would stay here again.
- Walking distance to Roman Forum and Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
- Free local cuisine breakfast
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Rooftop terrace
Located in Municipio Roma I, Relais Terme di Tito is a leisurely stroll from popular sights such as Roman Forum and Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore. This 6-room guesthouse welcomes guests with conveniences like free breakfast, free in-room WiFi, and a rooftop terrace. It's in central Monti and also a short walk from Piazza Venezia and Vittorio Emanuele Monument.
Free local cuisine breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7:30 AM to 9:30 AM. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with room service, or make new friends at the free manager's reception.
All 6 air-conditioned rooms provide refrigerators, minibars, and safes. Guests can expect free WiFi and 32-inch LCD TVs with satellite channels. Beds sport premium bedding and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and designer toiletries.
At Relais Terme di Tito, guests have access to a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and express check-in. Airport transportation is made easy with an airport shuttle (available on request) for EUR 50.00 per room one way. The front desk has multilingual staff that can help with luggage storage and securing valuables. Additional amenities include express check-out and wedding services.
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90.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 135 reviews