The most influential and well-preserved building of ancient Rome, the Pantheon is a temple that was dedicated to the gods. Originally built in 27 BC, it’s managed to remain remarkably intact and is one of the top attractions in Rome. If you’re looking for the ideal hotel that will put you within close proximity of this incredible landmark, be sure to book one of these top options some of which include dazzling views of the ancient landmark itself.
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The Albergo del Sole Al Pantheon is an elegant boutique hotel that dates all the way back to the 15th-century, providing lots of historic charm right in front of the Pantheon. It features 25 distinctly designed rooms with a traditional vibe and modern amenities such as minibars and flat-screen TVs, some have exposed beam ceilings too. Book a suite for a view of the Pantheon and/or a whirlpool tub. The property also includes an open-air garden patio, a restaurant with terrace dining, a cozy bar and guest lounges, as well as providing both bicycles and motorbikes for rent.
Hotel Pantheon is a boutique property housed inside an 18th-century building, just a short walk from the Pantheon. Period details include an original wrought-iron Liberty-style staircase from Paris, open antique wooden beams and Roman terracotta floors. Its 13 rooms feature classic Italian decor along with minibars, flat-screen TVs and marble bathrooms, some with jetted showers. With chromotherapy and Bluetooth technology, guests can also listen and relax to music on personal devices. The hotel also offers a complimentary breakfast every morning and an intimate bar for sipping drinks.
Just a stone’s throw away from the Pantheon (even with bad aim), Albergo del Senato sits in the heart of the centro storico. Not only is it in a prime location, but guests can expect impeccable service, a fabulous rooftop terrace and plenty of elegance with antique décor throughout. Look forward to an extensive, lavish breakfast buffet, including lots of freshly baked items to fuel up for sightseeing in Rome. Its rooftop terrace offers breathtaking views of the Pantheon, while rooms include modern amenities like flat-screen TVs and minibars along with sound insulation to keep noise from the square to a minimum.
Hotel Indigo Rome St George is a five-star luxury boutique hotel in the historic center. It’s ideal for exploring many of the Eternal City’s highlights, located only minutes from the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo and the Vatican. There are rooms for just about every traveler type, from classic rooms and suites to Family Deluxe, all oozing style and elegance. Enjoy sipping a glass of one of 120 different fine wines, or a goblet of aged liqueur at the wine bar and enjoy relaxing with a good book fireside in the library. There’s also a Turkish bath, hydro massage tub, sauna, gym and special personalized programs to ensure guests enjoy all they need.
Located on a quiet side street less than a 5-minute walk from the Pantheon and Museo di Roma, the opulent Di Rienzo Pantheon Palace features elegantly furnished rooms with flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and minibars. Book an upgraded room or suite and you’ll get a marble bathroom. If you want to be able to enjoy some of your meals in, Di Rienzo Pantheon Palace offers apartments with kitchens too. Breakfast is served at a restaurant with a Pantheon view nearby, and guests can rent bicycles to make exploring the rest of Rome with ease as well. But the best part of all may be the warm welcome from your host, Salvo, that is sure to make you feel right at home while providing insider advice you could only get from a local.
Tucked along a narrow street with eateries and shops, Dimora Degli Dei is a stylish guesthouse that just steps away from the Pantheon and five minutes on foot from Piazza Navona. Rooms are warmly decorated and come with minibars, flat-screen TVs, Nespresso machines and free Wi-Fi. Some have wood floors too. Book a suite and you’ll also get a Jacuzzi tub. The family rooms offer plenty of space to stretch out and come with frescoed ceilings as well as antique fireplaces.
The simple yet airy rooms and suites of the fashionable Terrace Pantheon Relais place guests perfectly situated along a narrow street filled with shops just a three-minute walk from the Pantheon and just over 10 minutes on foot to Trevi Fountain. All rooms come with flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers and free Wi-Fi, while upgraded rooms add mosaic tile floors or wood-beamed ceilings as well as sitting areas. Look forward to a complimentary breakfast buffet served in the gold chandelier-filled dining room and enjoying drinks in the cozy lounge along with picturesque views from the rooftop terrace.
Hotel Albergo Abruzzi Rome, more often called Hotel Abruzzi, overlooks the Pantheon featuring 26 rooms spread between a 19th-century masonry building and a subdued annex, set back from the lively Piazza della Rotonda. Friendly and family-run, it enjoys magnificent views of the Pantheon along with surprisingly affordable rates considering the location. The recently updated rooms have hardwood floors, contemporary furnishings and antique prints. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout, and complimentary breakfast (along with discounts for other meals) is provided at nearby Scusate il Ritardo, which is owned by the hotel.
Little Queen Pantheon is only steps away from the Pantheon, and about a 5-minute stroll from Via del Corso. With just six rooms, complete with attractive wood beamed ceilings, this boutique hotel provides an intimate feel and exceptional personal service, with modern amenities that make it popular with business travelers too, including free Wi-Fi and LCD TVs, while desks and complimentary bath products are available too. Enjoy fueling up with an Italian continental breakfast without having to get out of bed unless you really want to as it’s served directly to your room.