Hotels in Rome

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La Residenza


‘A real bargain for Rome’, ‘superbly located’, this old-established B&B hotel is just off Via Veneto, not far from the Borghese Gardens.

Hotel Lord Byron


On the north side of the Borghese Gardens, this luxury hotel is decorated in Art Deco style, with jewel tones, period details and floor-length curtains. 

Hotel Portoghesi


‘One of the best hotels (for the price) that we have stayed in,’ says a visitor. The Sagnotti family’s palazzo, a hotel for over 150 years, is within walking distance of most of the main attractions.

Teatro di Pompeo


You can see the remains of Pompey’s theatre (55BC) in the breakfast room/bar of this small hotel run by the Cavarocchi-Mignoni family.

Hotel Barocco


‘Well located’, at the foot of Via Veneto, this historic building is within easy walking distance of the sights of ancient Rome, ‘and the classy shopping streets’.

Scalinata di Spagne


The location of this quaint and charming hotel could not be bettered - right next to the Spanish Steps.

Hotel Due Torri


‘Near Piazza Navona and within walking distance of all the sights (we didn’t use a taxi the whole time we were in Rome), this centrally located hotel is on a quiet little street and I could sleep at night with my window open,’ writes a visitor.

Crossing Condotti


This chic little boutique hotel, which calls itself ‘Rooms in Rome’, is managed by Marco Fiduli. Just off the elegant via dei Condotti, and close to the lively Piazza di Spagna, it was opened by its Sicilian owners in 2008.

Regina Hotel Baglioni


This sumptuous and elegant hotel is located on Via Veneto, the street that formed the backdrop to Fellini’s classic movie “La Dolce Vita”, and close to the Piazza di Spagna, Villa Borghese and Via Condotti. 

Suite Della Vite


Suite Dellavite is not a hotel, but instead a centrally-located collection of seven different studio apartments, most of which are spacious and feature kitchenettes with fridges.

Hotel Locarno


In a quietish street near the Piazza del Popolo, this Art Deco hotel opened in 1925 and later increased its size by extending into an adjacent building.

Boutique hotels, B&Bs, palazzi, apartments

Our selection of hotels in Rome are all are hand picked: the places we feature have been repeatedly recommended and reviewed by our readers.


They cover a range of price points, locations and styles, too. Some are spectacular Art Deco treasures, such as the Hotel Locarno, which has a pleasant courtyard and roof terrace for the warmer months, and the Hotel Lord Byron, which is a little further away from the city centre but feels like a real retreat from the hustle and bustle of the city.

Rooms at the La Residenza are not particularly stylish, but the hotel more than makes up for this with lavish buffet breakfasts, attentive staff and a great central location. The Hotel Barocco, close to the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, has elegant rooms, with luxurious drapes and oil paintings; the rooftop suite even has an outdoor tub, perfect for honeymooners and unusual for central Rome.

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