Disfrutando de una exclusiva situación en el centro histórico de Roma, tan sólo a unos metros desde el Foro Imperial, el Colosseo, el Foro Romano, Piazza Venezia y otros varios atractivos históricos y artísticos, el hotel Solís ofrece una base ideal para visitar una de las ciudades más impresionantes del mundo. El hotel también disfruta de la cercanía del metro, permitiendo a los huéspedes localizar cualquier punto de la ciudad en pocos minutos. Los huéspedes disfrutan de un cálido y elegante ambiente, así como hospitalidad gracias al agradable y atento personal, altamente cualificado. Entre los servicios incluye un acogedor bar y una sala de televisión. No se admiten mascotas.
From Leonardo da Vinci Airport, located 25 km west of the centre of Rome, guests can reach the hotel by taking the special train, Leonardo Express. The Leonardo Express train operates every day, leaving the airport station every 30 minutes and arriving at Termini train station without making any stops in between. From Ciampino Airport, located 15 km east of Rome, guests can reach the hotel by an CO.TRA.L. bus and then a train (from the Ciampino train station). Guests will find CO.TRA.L. buses heading to the Ciampino train station in the airport's arrival areas. From the Ciampino train station, a train leaves every 15 minutes heading to Rome's Termini train station. Or, alternatively, guests can take an CO.TRA.L. bus and then complete the journey via underground. At the airport's arrival areas, there are CO.TRA.L. buses heading to the underground stop Anagnina (A line). Take the underground train towards Battistini, and alight at the stop, Stazione Termini. From Termini Train Station, located around 1.5 km from the hotel, guests can take the underground (B line) towards Laurentina and alight at the stop, Cavour.
Moments from the Hotel Solis on Via Cavour in Rome is Via dei Fori Imperiali - the magnificent road down which parades, protests and processions of all kinds travel from the enduring symbol of ancient Rome - the Colosseum - at one end, down to the heart of united Italy - Piazza Venezia - at the other.
Pedestrians on Via dei Fori Imperiali are surrounded by breathtaking beauty on both sides, with the very essence of nearly 3000 years of civilisation on view all around.
On reaching Piazza Venezia, the nucleus of the city, one passes the imposing Monument to Vittorio Emanuele II, the first king of united Italy. This remarkable piece of fascist architecture unfortunately symbolises a less than proud past yet nevertheless a reminder of what brought Italy to where it is today.
Past Piazza Venezia is what the ancient Romans called the Field of Mars - marshland drained thanks to the audacity of ancient Roman engineering and now the white marble heart of Renaissance Rome, with its ornate fountains, churches and noble residences.
Further onward to the River Tevere, across which stand the Holy City of the Vatican, fronted by the unforgettable sight of St Peter's Cathedral Basilica, home of the Pope and heart of the Roman Catholic world. That's in one direction.
Completely restructured and elegantly decorated, the hotel offers spacious en suite bedrooms endowed with every modern comfort. Each room features a double bed, satellite TV, DVD/CD-ROM/MP3 player, wi-fi Internet access, air conditioning, heating, a mini fridge, a writing table, ironing set, a safe, electronic lock system, modem connection and direct dial telephone. Individually regulated air conditioning comes standard in all accommodation, and there is a balcony or terrace in every room.