Rome

Hotel Navona

231

8 Via dei Sediari,
Rome,

Italy,
00186.

Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley used to rent the top floor of what is now the Natale family's Hotel Navona. This 15th-century palazzo, built on top of the ancient baths of Agrippa, is hidden on a quiet side street, just a block from Piazza Navona and in the heart of Rome's historic center. If it's full, the Natales will book guests in their elegant Residence Zanardelli annex in a Liberty-style Art Nouveau building nearby. Along with elegant rooms and apartments, each decorated with caisson ceilings and frescoes, Hotel Navona offers airport bus pick-up, group bus tours, and restaurant service. A small breakfast is served each morning, and complimentary Wi-Fi is available in the lobby.