Mercure Hotel Delta Colosseo

, Rome, Italy
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Mercure Hotel Delta Colosseo

, Rome
4 star

Rooms: 160

144 Via Labicana - Rome - 00184 - Italy Hotel Website | | 6770021
987 Traveller

Reviews - Mercure Hotel Delta Colosseo

5/10
Good Location
Submitted by: V greig in 08/03/07
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: United Kingdom
  • Traveller type: Luxury Traveller
Clean, Standard twin bed, mini bar no alcahol just water. Bar closed at 12pm. had to ring for porter to let you in after 1pm. No coffee/tea facilities. But room service was slow but free. Breakfast standard continental breakfast. Should not be a 4 star. Have stayed in better 3 stars.

Historical Traveller Reviews of Mercure Hotel Delta Colosseo

What a treat!!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Oh what a teat this hotel was.
We stayed there for a week and enjoyed every minute of our stay. The interior of this hotel is very pretty and rooms are very comfortatable, clean and modern. An added bonus is indeed the rooftop pool where you can oversee the colosseum (very nearby - 1minute walk). Breakfast lovely and we also had a lovely view from our room. Top marks and looking forward to our return to this lovely classy hotel.
Niamh.

Good Hotel, Great location!

from garymac1965
I stayed here for 5 nights at the beginning of August with my wife and 11 year old daughter. The triple room we had on the 6th floor was a good deal larger than I expected having stayed in Italian hotels before and reading the reviews here.
The breakfast although plentiful and varied, had a strange selection of hot dishes(butter beans and peas) and the eggs both boiled and fried looked rather unappetising but the cold selection more than made up for it.
You couldn't ask for a better location with the colloseum and its metro only 250 metres away. Having the pool and bar on the roof with a view of the colloseum was brilliant.
Overall I couldnt fault the hotel and the staff were all pleasant and efficient.

Great City, nice Hotel

from jifrey
Rome was brilliant, around every corner there was another treat to see!!

The hotel was good too, not the best I have stayed in but certainly far from the worst. A double room cost £104, breakfast was excellent, the location was good too being a couple of minutes from the Colloseum. A nice bonus was the courtesy bus to and from the main station.

Being picky the pool and terrace are only small and it was very hard to get a spot up there, it didn't open until 10.00 and closed at around 8.00, I suspect that it may be quieter in other months and the view from up there is great.

We walked everywhere getting a bus just once that cost 1 euro and the ticket lasts 1.30 hrs. (he main attractions are about a 15/20 walk). There was an excellent Pizza place 2/3 minutes from the hotel, if you turn right from reception up the the first set of lights at which you turn left down that road within half a min there is a place to eat on the corner with a lot of tables on the street, go just past that one and the best place is a very new looking place on a corner, as I say 2/3 mins from the Hotel.

We moved onto to the Virgilio Grand hotel in Sperlonga after Rome for a much earned rest, this hotel was VERY GOOD and only 1.5 hrs by train from Rome, right by the coast.

Top tip - We paid 10 euros to get into the Colluseum and a further 8 to a guide outside, this gave us the use of the guide and importantly it skipped the massive queues.

view the colosseum from the shower

from ayejay
Spent 5 nights at this hotel with a friend, when we checked in they had no twin rooms left so were kind enough to give us two single rooms for the same price. The rooms were good had everything we needed but it was the location that was really outstanding just a very short distance from the colosseum and within walking distance of many other attractions. The pool on the roof was superb just what was needed after a few hours out sightseeing, and it's own superb view of the colosseum. Breakfast was included but along way from perfect there seemed to be too many staff and not enough organisation one morning the coffee machine broke down and they had no solution for this.
And yes we had windows in our showers and if you pulled the curtain you could admire the colosseum whilst showering.

lovely hotel

from A TripAdvisor Member
My other half booked a surprise birthday weekend (3 nights) here at beginning of July. Was pleasantly surprised by the hotel. It is quite modern in an ancient setting but this made it all the more relaxing to return to at the end of a long day sightseeing. We had air conditioning (much needed), clean room, more than adequate bathroom facilities and if we craned our neck out of the sixth floor window we could see the collosseum! Breakfast was varied with cuisine to suit every nationality. Hot food (well, most of the time it was!), cold meats etc. Staff were friendly and could master most languages. Roof pool and bar were a bonus. Ideally situated within walking distance of most central tourist attractions (my other half made me walk a lot!!). Very near to the metro (which is cheap but not recommended if you have luggage and want to feel like a sardine!!). Lots of grafitti everywhere which was unexpected but is just there!! Lots of nice restaurants and bars nearby some of which we frequented more than once. Definitely would visit again.

Not bad at all

from Merfa
I was a bit worried about this hotel having read some of the negative reviews here - but I'm glad I booked it. It's a lovely hotel in a very central location - you're near the Colosseum and the Forum and can walk to most places if you're reasonably mobile! The hotel is also well placed for bus, tram and metro stops, but the location is not so great for nightlife or shopping.

The rooftop pool and bar are lovely and a great place to rest your aching feet. Staff seemed generally helpful and friendly and the extensive breakfast buffet (cereals, hot food, pastries, bread, fruit, yoghurt) should set you up for the day. Our triple room overlooked the street but was well soundproofed and of a very good size. My only complaint would be the carpet had seen better days (some stains), but I would definitely recommend this hotel for a fun stay in Rome.

Great location and rooms, and Pool in July in Rome!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at this hotel the first week of July 2005. Location was excellent! Internet rates through Mercure are excellent, too! And to have a pool on the roof of the hotel to enjoy in Rome in July was priceless! The complimentary breakfast buffet was HUGE by European standards.
The front desk staff was extremely helpful and courteous, the waitstaff at the poolside and in the bar and at breakfast are a little frazzled this time of year because it is so busy, but they were great too.
We loved Rome, walked alot, used the taxis to go to dinners, the subway to explore; its all great!

Great Rooms !!!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Just returned from a 3 night stay at the Roma Delta Colosseo. I booked directly with the Accor hotels and requested a high floor with a view of the Colosseum - and that is exactly what I got. We were on the 7th floor looking directly at the Colosseum. Our room was verylarge with a separate sittingarea with a TV. There was another TV in the bedroom area and a very clean and roomy bathroom. We also had a minibar / fridge. The bed was amazingly comfortable. As for the area of the hotel - It was OK. Grafitti etc outside which I wasn't expecting. The location was walking distance for the Spanish Steps, Trevi, Pantheon and Piazza Navona. We prebooked our vatican tour before we left the UK with Argilitium Tours. Even though they promised that we would not have to wait for entrance to the Vatican Museum, we still had to as the time of year was so busy. I wouls recommend this company for the tours. They were very professional.

The breakfast at the hotel was a disaster - Breakfast started at 7am and when we arrived at 7.15am everything was cold - we didn't bother attempting breakfast again after that !!!

The rooftop pool and bar were a definate bonus as the weather was very, very hot !!!!!

All in all, a great hotel and a great location - just a pity about the brekkie .

A wonderful week in Rome

from A TripAdvisor Member
We stayed at this hotel for 1 week in May this year.The rooms are kept very clean,the staff are very courteous.The breakfast is self service with a good choice of food. The reception staff are very helpful.The views over Rome from the roof are fabulous!(The only critisism I would have is that the lounge bar was often not staffed.)
The Colosseum is at the corner of the road.WATCH OUT FOR THE GLADIATORS WHO WILL WANT MONEY FROM YOU AFTER ENCOURAGING YOU TO TAKE PHOTOS!
Be prepared to queue to see the sights -it is very busy
Some very pleasant pizzaria's in the area.
All the sights of Rome are within walking distance but,if you find this too tiring ,the Metro is a good way to get around at a cost of 1 euro for 75 minutes travel and this stops at all the sights.Tickets for the metro are obtained at the newsagents near the entrance.No need to book expensive trips.(The Metro can be very crowded in the rush hours.)
Just take care crossing the roads!!!

Great Location

from DaveSpencer32
The Mercure part of French Accor group has a definate edge over similar 3/4 star hotels being just 200 metres from Clloseum and metro station , also tram and bus stop outside. There is a small but clean roof top pool overlooking the ancient sights and adequate comfortable sun loungers for the sight weary traveller, also a roof top bar. The reception staff were variable, mostly very friendly and helpful, levels of English spoken varied as well. Rack rates astronomic, we booked 5 months in advance got better rate and view of Collosium, still pricey but the pool is the clincher. Clean room but well worn , dingey and old fashioned, also noisy from main road ourside. Breakfasts a bit of a bun fight, always running out of glasses, juice etc, the hot food was stone cold, not much service. But location again wins out and on a hot day that roof top bar and pool makes it worth while.

Top Local Tips for Rome

Vatican Pay extra for a guided tour of the vatican. Although its pricey you avoid the huge queues and learn a lot more than if you found your own way round.

Sites Go v early in the morning

A few handy tips 1) its best to avoid holiday periods and the summer months. In November it was pretty crowded, so it can only get worse in more popular periods. 2) avoid the private tours of the main attractions like to colosseum and the vatican museum, these are a unneccesary expense, audio guides are available for rent at all locations for 4/5 euro. getting up early pays dividends, not only is the que shorter, but you get a better view and more time to explore if you are not sharing the space with 1000s of others! check the opening times and arrive a little earlier, ques build fast and sometimes 15/20 minutes can make a real difference. 3) hop-on-hop-off bus tour is a good way to see the sights and get your bearings.

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  • mercure hotel rome
  • delta rome
  • accor roma delta colosseo
  • Address: 144 Via Labicana - Rome - 00184 - Italy
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