Hotel Door

This is a comfortable five star hotel with superior accommodation, leisure facilities and plenty of amenities and services to ensure your stay is an enjoyable one.

The hotel offers twenty four hour security, room service, a concierge service and laundry facility. They also offer a limousine service at an additional charge and private car transfers if required. There is a night porter on duty, the reception is open twenty four hours a day and there is Wi-Fi throughout the hotel.

For business travellers there is a good business centre which offers internet access, conferencing facilities, meeting rooms, fax service and photocopying services.

All guests will enjoy the leisure facilities with an in-house fitness centre, gym, and massages on site, outdoor pool, whirl pool and solarium.

As you step into your guest room you will find a range of superior features available from air conditioning to daily housekeeping services. The rooms are all en-suite, have televisions, internet and a private in-room safe where you can keep all your valuable items. There is also a telephone and mini-bar in each room for your added convenience.

The Local Area

From the minute you step out the front entrance of the hotel you are welcomed to the beauty of Rome, the Eternal City. From the delightful coffee shops to the fantastic attractions and sights.

The Coliseum is only a short distance away; this open amphitheatre has seen its share of earthquakes since it was built in 72AD. Originally used for gladiatorial events by the Roman Empire, today it is one of the largest tourist attractions and an iconic symbol in Rome. On the top floor you will find a museum dedicated to Eros and you can also explore the underground secret passages.

The Spanish Steps is another major tourist attraction that is within easy distance of your five star hotel. The steps are believed to be the widest staircase in the world and comprise of 138 steps leading up a steep slope to the Trinita dei Monti Church which lies at the top. At the bottom of the stairs to your right you will find Plazza di Spagna, a museum dedicated to English poet John Keats. Also located at the bottom of the steps you will find the Lorenzo Palace, another piece of history to be explored.

From here there is the Vatican City alive with beautiful architecture, magnificent churches and chapels and some of the most magnificent artwork by Michelangelo.