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Via Labicana 125, Rome, , Italy

Next to the Colosseum lie the remains of the ancient gladiators’ barracks and training grounds. Rising above them is the dusty pink 17th-century Palazzo Manfredi, converted in 2002 into a hotel with one of the most sought after views in all of Rome: a panorama that stretches from the Colosseum across the Forums to the garden-covered Oppian Hill atop the ruins of Nero’s Golden Palace. The Hotel Gladiatori has just 16 rooms, fitted out by Renata Finlani in a classic style tinged with modern luxuries—mixing wood and marble with contemporary art, antiques with modern design furnishings, beamed ceilings with Bang & Olufsen home theaters. Chef Giuseppe di Lorio presides over the Italian cuisine in the 5 Star Diamond Award–winning Aroma restaurant on the rooftop terrace.

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Palazzo Manfredi

Next to the Colosseum lie the remains of the ancient gladiators’ barracks and training grounds. Rising above them is the dusty pink 17th-century Palazzo Manfredi, converted in 2002 into a hotel with one of the most sought after views in all of Rome: a panorama that stretches from the Colosseum across the Forums to the garden-covered Oppian Hill atop the ruins of Nero’s Golden Palace. The Hotel Gladiatori has just 16 rooms, fitted out by Renata Finlani in a classic style tinged with modern luxuries—mixing wood and marble with contemporary art, antiques with modern design furnishings, beamed ceilings with Bang & Olufsen home theaters. Chef Giuseppe di Lorio presides over the Italian cuisine in the 5 Star Diamond Award–winning Aroma restaurant on the rooftop terrace.