Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

  • Announcement:
  • Come explore the new Fodor’s Forum
    by ibobi Fodor's Editor | Posted on Dec 4, 17 at 08:03 PM
View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Where to See Flamenco
  2. 2 Rail vs. Plane
  3. 3 US dairy vs European Dairy
  4. 4 Arezzo - how much time?
  5. 5 London: Stunning New American Embassy
  6. 6 hotel reservations in Switzerland in June?
  7. 7 2 week May trip with kids
  8. 8 Can only visit one (maybe two) cities. Which one?
  9. 9 Trip Report Paris November 2017
  10. 10 Room in Boppard with a Rhine view
  11. 11 Is a quick stopover in Bern worth it with 3 kids?
  12. 12 New Years in France
  13. 13 Easter Week in Italy
  14. 14 8 day flexi Swiss pass
  15. 15 5 nights in Spain, need help!
  16. 16 First time italy, 12 nights. What to do
  17. 17 10 Days in May: Switzerland Itinerary Help
  18. 18 Which Aran Island??
  19. 19 Spain or Portugal
  20. 20 Overnight stop from Berlin to Paris
  21. 21 Trip Report Winter ... UK Finland Sweden. (Live...ish)
  22. 22 First Time To Europe Itinerary. Thoughts? Suggestions? Please
  23. 23 Mid-May stay in Lauterbrunnen or Murren
  24. 24 Lisbon stay - Olissippo Lapa Palace vs NH Collection Lisboa Liberdade
  25. 25 9 day trip to France
View next 25 » Back to the top

Internazionale Domus Apartments in Rome or Forum Hotel?

Jump to last reply

Loving all your suggestions for our inter-generational family of 5 thus far. Sadly the apartment at the Modigliani was sold out. 972 euros for two bedrooms/two baths and a full bfast each day would have been phenomenal and the reviews were spectacular. Alas. The Forum Hotel for 1280 euros not including breakfast is also enticing. Seems a bit smaller and darker etc.

Howeve,r when I called the Modigliani and was told it was booked, I asked if they could recommend other places that had suites or apartments. The Internazionale Domus was highly recommended and I can get the following Queen Deluxe two bedroom/two bathroom suite overlooking the Spanish Steps for 1232 for the four nights for all of us.

What do you all think? This or the Forum Hotel?

Key Features:

Suite of 38 square meters with panoramic view of the Spanish Steps
Double bed or twin beds with sofa bed
Spacious bathroom with shower
Furnished with paintings, antique furniture, finely upholstered sofas, large wall closets and wooden or parquet floors
Entrance from Piazza di Spagna with elevator
Convenient and exclusive location close to all the attractions of Rome and the best restaurants and most exclusive shops
Location well served by subway, bus, taxi and parking
Impeccable service offered by trained staff who are always ready to provide information and assistance
Non-smoking suites
Amenities

Flat-screen TV with Sky TV (Sky Cinema and Sky Calcio and all Sky entertainment channels)
Telephone with wake-up calls
Free internet via cable and wi-fi
Heating and air conditioning with individual independent controls
Writing desk and safe in the room
Refrigerator, electric kettle and a selection of tea and coffee
Bathrooms with slippers, hairdryer and toiletries
Services included

Night porter
Cleaning and change of towels daily and bed linen every two days
Reception and concierge service from Monday to Saturday from 7.00 to 22.30 and Sunday from 10.00 to 18.00
Iron and ironing board on request
Booking service for car hire with driver (excluding the cost of hire)
Organization service for private tours with licensed and expert guides (excluding the cost of the tour)
Laundry and babysitting services available on request
Breakfast service
The Internazionale Domus residence does not provide breakfast, but has a partnership with Babington's Tea Room located in the adjoining building, where clients can have a discount of 15% on the entire menu.

3 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement