Grand Hotel Colony
On the Fleming hill, in a residential area of North Rome, there is a hotel in a refined colonial style.
This is the Grand Hotel Colony, which architecture was taken care of by a Roman architect, who covered its every single detail.The Grand Hotel Colony's main entrance welcomes guests with its colorful chandeliers, brought to order from Africa, and leads into a large hall with low lights, accomodating guests into a relaxing and calm environment.
The interiors of the hall are covered by parquet, wooden walls and real leather upholstery.
The left wing leads to the bar and leisure area, with board games, such as checkers or chess, and leather sofas and satellite TV. While the right wing leads to the hotel Reception.
The main entrance also leads to the two colonial style elevators taking guests to the seven floors of the building.