With "balmy evenings, warm cobbled streets, candlelit trattorias and fountain-splashed piazzas", Rome is "a city made for the summer", says The Daily Telegraph. Now we've found another reason to visit -- rooms at the 5-star Radisson Blue es. Hotel are £101 (119€) per night, including a free upgrade to a Superior Room, saving up to 41% on the usual rate.
The hotel is close to the main Termini railway station, on Esquiline Hill, where Emperor Nero once built his palace. It's within walking distance of the historical centre and must-see sights including the Colosseum and Vatican City.
This offer is available for stays from 1 July-31 August. Stay in May and June for an additional £21 (25€) per night. Not available on 9, 17, 29-30 May; 5 June.
The minimalist hotel has two restaurants, a rooftop pool and terrace with views across the city, a fitness centre, a Jacuzzi and a spa. There are also two restaurants: Zest offering relaxed dining with views over Rome's aqueduct arches and Sette serving traditional Italian cuisine. Travelzoo subscribers receive a late checkout until 2pm, subject to availability.