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The Best Hotels Rome Can Offer

Rome is the capital of Italy and its largest city. But it is much more than that. As the seat of the ancient Roman Empire until its collapse in 476AD, the city has been a globally influential seat of culture, of religion through the Vatican, and finally of political power for millennia. Today, it is also a cultural, nightlife and fashion hub—many Italian fashion houses call the beautiful city home. With palaces, romantic ruins like the Colosseum and Pantheon, and historic thoroughfares like the Spanish Steps, its city centre is rightly a UNESCO World Heritage Site. For travellers, Rome offers many 5-star, luxury hotels and boutique design stays. Just make sure you book them before anyone else.

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Hassler Roma

“Ideal for honeymooners, who can enjoy its delicate decoration, its location and its gastronomic offer.”

 

The palace, built in 1893, once hosted Grace Kelly and Prince Rainier III of Monaco on their honeymoon and is still known for its impeccable service. The Hotel Hassler Roma is enthroned like a prince at the top of the Spanish Steps and offers a far-reaching view over the rooftops of Rome and St. Peter's Basilica. The rooms, sumptuously furnished with Renaissance antiques, Limoges porcelain and trompe l'oeil frescoes, offer royal elegance. The starred Imágo restaurant on the 6th floor tempts with contemporary culinary delights and panoramic views. We love it – as do Gwyneth Paltrow and Tom Cruise.

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Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie

“For those who are looking for a central location and a relaxing stay at the same time, thanks to its pastel-coloured rooms and the possibility to have a coffee in the garden.”

 

Statues litter the lush, terraced garden, while orange blossoms line the courtyard and fresh coffee aroma fills the spacious terrace. Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie is a haven for those seeking tranquility in the eternal hustle and bustle of Rome. Close to fashionable Via Condotti and adjacent to Villa Borghese, the 19th-century palazzo offers 122 modern rooms with streamlined interiors in pastel tones, bathrooms with mosaic tiles and a spa with an indoor saltwater pool and Finnish sauna. Supreme luxury in eternal Rome. If you can't get a room – a table in the garden is lunch par excellence!

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Hotel Eden Rome

“For travellers looking for classic luxury with Murano lighting, marble and a gilded lounge to enjoy a sunset cocktail.”

 

After a thorough renovation, the grande dame of Roman hotels from 1889, located between the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto, shines in new splendor. Hotel Eden Rome’s 98 luxurious rooms have been completely modernized, with Murano lamps, marble bathrooms and toiletries from fashion house Bottega Veneta. A brand new spa, using natural products from Sonya Dakar, MEI and Philisophia Botanica, has been retrofitted and La Libreria, a gilded lounge with frescoed walls, velvet armchairs and a secret piano bar, invites you for evening drinks in style.

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G-Rough

“Here the most creative people will find the hotel for their next holiday: rough meets luxury in this space that does not deny its past.”

 

Rough meets luxury: this boutique hotel, unique to Rome, set in a 16th-century townhouse near Piazza Navona, boasts unrestored frescoes, exposed wooden beams and raw plaster walls. At the same time, it offers pure luxury, visible in the gold-tiled bar and reception area. In the boutique, we were inspired by finds of Italian Mid-Century décor, Gio Ponti bar carriages and Sputnik chandeliers by Gino Sarfatti.Exclusive experiences are arranged on request, such as tours to archaeological sites in private homes or a day alongside designer Luigi Mulas Debois. That's what we call exclusive!

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D.O.M. Hotel Roma

“Where relaxation, contemporary art and luxury design meet the most demanding travellers.”

 

The former 17th-century monastery, still recognisable in its exposed brick arches, now houses the almost masculine-looking D.O.M. Hotel in Rome. Located away from the tourist crowds in the residential district of Regola, the roof terrace bar offers an unobstructed view of Rome's Centro Storico. The urban-designed rooms combine past and present. With contemporary mirrored furniture, velvet beds, brass fittings and weathered wooden beams, they are stylish and cosy. On the ground floor, in an almost mystical restaurant, Andy Warhol prints will delight you alongside ornate crystal chandeliers.

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J.K. Place Roma

“Rustic and sophisticated airs blend in this hotel, which is visited by stylish people.”

 

Housed in the former architecture department of the University of Rome and just steps from the bustling shopping street Via Condotti, J.K. Place Roma is the boutique hotel of the hour, thanks in part to architect Michele Bönan, who has created visually stunning accommodation from the weathered buildings. We felt like we were in the home of a friendly dandy. Wood-panelled walls, classical sculptures, custom-made Mid-Century furniture, the four-poster beds are works of art in themselves, and Italian marble bathrooms managed to win us over. The hotel and bar attract style-conscious people from all over the world, also because of their excellent service. On our way – again!

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Palazzo Dama

“Attention: this hotel has a swimming pool to cool off in summer, something unusual in the Italian capital.”

 

The former villa of a Roman noble family, located directly on the Piazza del Popolo, exudes French flair despite its Roman roots. The rooms and suites of the Palazzo Dama captivate with jewel-coloured velvet fabrics, the most beautiful coffee table books and Diptyque bath products. The original Art Nouveau doors and mosaics, as well as the neo-Rococo bar with 19th-century paintings, are also absolutely eye-catching. How about a dip in the in-house pool – rather a rarity for Rome – to cool off after a long, hot day?

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The First Roma Arte

“Art and luxury meet in this hotel that offers more intimacy in its apartment-style rooms.”

 

The First Roma Arte is a hotel and gallery in one. Tucked away in a quiet side street close to the Spanish Steps, this intimate and luxurious 19th-century townhouse is a contemporary alternative to Rome's historic grand hotels. Take a few days in one of the apartment-style rooms and suites, all surrounding an atrium with wrought-iron railings and hanging works by Italian and international artists. The rooftop bar is also home to unique art and reveals a sensational view of the Centro Storico. For the city and art lovers among you, this is the place to be.

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Portrait Roma

“Ideal location, high standards of decoration, lends itself to a holiday of relaxation and comfort.”

 

Despite its proximity to the bustling Via Condotti and the Spanish Steps, Portrait Roma exudes tranquillity and retreat. Neither sign nor lobby indicate the luxurious boutique hotel, nestled in a 19th-century townhouse. The rooms skilfully play with contemporary high fashion donated by Michele Bönan, pop culture photographs, pastel throws and warm wood and leather furniture. At the terrace bar, you can also enjoy a dreamy view over the roofs of Rome while having a good drink by the fireplace.

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Chapter Roma

“360° cultural and urban stay: graffiti, local and international design furniture, vibrant colours and excellent design for your next holiday.”

 

Behind an old door, in a narrow side street of Regola, glamorous, gloomy and unique, Chapter Roma awaits you. The stylish hotel mixes classic with contemporary art, graffiti delights the eye and the creative spirit and energy of the vibrant neighbourhood echoes. We were particularly intrigued by the art of Warios, Cyrcle, Alice Pasquini and Willy Verginer. The rooms are also excellently curated. Local and international designer furnishings combine expertly with bespoke finishes. Your ideal resting place after the historical, cultural and sometimes wild nights of Rome.

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Elizabeth Unique Hotel

“Those heading to Rome will find in this hotel more of what the city already has to offer: history, art and culture, with a touch of luxury.”

 

The Elizabeth Unique Hotel Rome is cosmopolitan and never conventional. The atmosphere in this extraordinary residence, where ancient stories intertwine with modern ones, tells of those Europeans who were enchanted by Rome in search of history, art and culture. Hospitality is a priority here and our wishes were fulfilled wherever possible. A few minutes' walk from the Spanish Steps, the hotel captivates with simple elegance, muted stately colours from midnight blue to shining gold, and furnishings reminiscent of travel in grand style. Great and stylish – that's Rome!

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Hotel Vilòn

“Here, lovers of fine cuisine, design and luxury will find a new space to call home on their journey through Rome.”

 

Placed in the heart of Rome, in an ancient 16th-century building, Hotel Vilòn was born, restored and refurbished to create an Art Deco atmosphere with a contemporary blend in its décor. Its rooms offer everything you need for relaxation, with private terraces overlooking the gardens of Palazzo Borghese. The luxury and sophistication are further enhanced by the Adelaide restaurant, where you can enjoy a Mediterranean menu that changes through the seasons, with classic, traditional Roman dishes presented with fresh, modern touches.

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Crossing Condotti Hotel

“If you want to enjoy the luxury where the detail is in the service offered for your trip with your family or partner, this is the place for you.”

 

On Via Condotti the Crossing Condotti hotel awaits you and suits your trip in Rome: whether you are going with your family or to spend a romantic moment with your partner, they have the best tips to make your stay unforgettable. A refreshing mix of design and art, where every element tells a story, welcomes and accompanies you in the rooms. In addition, you can enjoy a special service provided by their team where your well-being is essential.

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