Hotels in Rome

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The selection of hotels in Rome has, in the past, tended toward extremes: over-the-top luxury and cringe-worthy budget options. In recent years, howe... Read More

The selection of hotels in Rome has, in the past, tended toward extremes: over-the-top luxury and cringe-worthy budget options. In recent years, however, the less expensive choices (say, around the Termini station) have gotten spruced up and some sleek new boutique hotels have opened. From rooms with a view and quiet hideaways to Baroque 17th century palaces and 21st century boutiques, the Rome hotel scene boasts a kaleidoscopic range that can satisfy all kinds of travelers, budgets, and styles.

T+L’s travel guide will help you find the perfect stay at some of best hotels in Rome. Grace Kelly honeymooned at Hassler Roma, an elegant grande dame that’s still the hotel of choice for many of today’s celebs. If money is no object, splurge on a room at Fendi’s private suites on the top floor of Palazzo Fendi near the Spanish Steps. The new boutique hotel G Rough is a favorite among T+L editors for its hip design that blends the building’s historic details with modern furniture and art. The hip D.O.M. has a clubby vibe, and its cocktail bar is a nightlife destination.

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  • Albergo del Senato

    Housed in a 19th-century building, the Albergo del Senato boasts an obstructed view of the Pantheon, whether from its piazza-facing rooms, or guests... Read More

  • Boscolo Exedra

    The Neoclassical Hotel Exedra is one of those beautiful testaments to early 1900s Italy, celebrating the country's unification and its ties to antiquity... Read More

  • Casa Accoglienza di Santa Brigida

    Rome has many guest houses maintained by religious orders, and the Casa di Santa Brigida, located on prestigious Piazza Farnese, offers comfortable... Read More

  • D.O.M.

    A deer skull, Warhol prints, chandeliers, and 17th-century marble walls bearing religious inscriptions set the stage for a very special weekend at this... Read More

  • Fendi Private Suites

    Avid shoppers for whom money is no object now have the option to not only shop at Fendi's flagship store, but also to stay there and indulge in the... Read More

  • G-Rough

    Tucked away in a 16th century palazzo near Piazza Navona, the ten-room G-Rough mixes original architectural elements like floor tiles and unrestored... Read More

  • Gran Meliá Villa Agrippina

    Gran Meliá's Rome flagship embodies imperial grandeur near hip Trastevere, located across the Tiber River from the sights of the city center. Over two... Read More

  • Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel

    It's hard to beat this beautifully updated 19th-century palazzo with 122 rooms, phenomenal terraced gardens, and incredible location between Piazza del... Read More

  • Hassler Roma

    Historic but with multiple personalities, the Hotel Hassler is quintessential Rome. Perched on a hill above the Spanish Steps, the 96-room property... Read More

  • J.K. Place

    Discreet, exclusive, and occupying a prime location, the J.K. Place is a Rome triple threat. Just a few minutes walk from the posh Spanish Steps... Read More

  • Nerva Boutique Hotel

    This charming 19-room property has upped the game for Rome's mid-range hotels. Nestled in the chic Monti area, just adjacent to the Imperial Forum, the... Read More

  • Relais Palazzo Taverna

    For budget-minded travelers, the 10 tranquil rooms at this boutique hotel offer outstanding value for the amenities and location: a vine-covered alley... Read More

  • Residenza Napoleone III

    Staying at Residenza Napoleone III is like stepping back in time to the era to the era when its namesake occupied the historic palazzo. The property's... Read More

  • The BeeHive

    Owned by two American expats, the Beehive is an affordable eco-conscious hostel two blocks from Termini station with private rooms and dormitory options... Read More

  • Villa Laetitia

    If you've ever wondered how fashion royalty lives, book a room at Anna Fendi's retro-glam villa on the banks of the Tiber north of Piazza del Popolo.... Read More

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