Iconic ruins, historical monuments, and world-class art are just a few of the many reasons why people from all over the world travel to Rome, one of the most popular cities in Italy. This charming city is also known for its famous attractions with religious significance, including impressive fountains, ornate sculptures and delicious food. No matter how you plan to fill your days of sightseeing in Rome, you’ll want to come home to a comfortable and accommodating place at the end of the day. Here are our top picks for hotels in Rome.
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Hotel Hassler (Prices & Photos)
The Hotel Hassler is a great place to stay for couples, families, and cruise ship travelers in Rome. It’s in the heart of the city center and a popular spot for people to stay before or after their scheduled cruises. There are 87 rooms here that are all uniquely decorated and near the Spanish Steps, Piazza di Spagna, and the Trevi Fountain. Rooms come with Wi-Fi access, and there are some excellent fine dining options here too. Imago is a 6th-floor panoramic restaurant, Hassler Bistrot serves all meals and afternoon tea, the Hassler Bar is a cozy cocktail spot, and the 7th Floor Terrace offers incredible views of the city. There’s also the Amorvero Spa here for massage and beauty treatments, as well as a fitness center, sauna, steam bath, and solarium.
Inn at the Roman Forum (Prices & Photos)
The Inn at the Roman Forum is a small luxury hotel in Rome that is close to the ancient ruins of the Colosseum and the Roman Forum. The inn offers five-star accommodations with modern décor and views of Venice Square, the Campidoglio, and Palatine Hill. It’s a pet-friendly option that offers coffee in the lobby all day and has a rooftop terrace for snacks. This is also where complimentary breakfast is served, including pancakes and eggs. The lounge at the inn is a perfect place for sipping mixed drinks. Meanwhile, families enjoy booking the exclusive floor with its three separate adjoining rooms for some extra space and round-trip airport transportation.
Gran Meliá Rome (Prices & Photos)
Another hotel that’s in the heart of the city and close to the Vatican is the Gran Meliá Rome. This urban resort is also on Gianicolo Hill and within walking distance of Castel Sant’Angelo. Its Ossimoro Restaurant and Amaro Cocktail Bar are highly recommended, and the Liquid Pool Bar offers drinks and poolside Mediterranean dishes. Ossimoro serves Mediterranean and Italian cuisine, and Amaro specializes in fine wines and cocktails. My Blend Spa by Clarins is the onsite spa with a sauna, Turkish bath with chrome-aromatherapy, sensorial showers, vitality pool, and fitness area.
Palazzo Naiadi, the Dedica Anthology, Autograph (Prices & Photos)
This hotel in Rome is a 19th-century neoclassical palazzo with a majestic fountain and 238 unique rooms to stay in. The rooms here come with free Wi-Fi, mini fridges, marble bathrooms, plush bedding, and pet-friendly accommodations. There’s an outdoor pool, onsite spa, and fitness center here too. You’ll be just steps from the city’s most iconic landmarks when you stay here, including the Opera House, Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and Pantheon. A buffet or continental breakfast is offered from a fee while the Ristorante Tazio serves Italian cuisine, and there’s the Posh Bar & Sun Terrace for poolside fare. Fusion Spa here offers everything from body wraps to manicures/pedicures, massages, waxing, eye treatments, and more.
Hotel Eden (Prices & Photos)
A five-star luxury hotel worth mentioning in Rome is Hotel Eden, which also enjoys a central location in the city. The hotel began welcoming guests in 1889. This elegant choice has sophisticated rooms with Italian décor and high ceilings. For fine dining, enjoy a meal at La Terrazza, or try modern Italian cuisine at Il Giardino Ristorante. Il Giardino Bar serves cocktails, while La Libreria is a perfect spot for afternoon tea. Meanwhile, there’s a spa on site that offers spa packages, a blow-dry bar, and treatments especially for men. Children are welcome at the hotel, and it offers fun activities for little travelers. There’s an outdoor swimming pool open between July and September, and airport transportation is available for an additional fee for guests. The onsite fitness center is open 24/7, and standard Wi-Fi is complimentary.
Hotel Campo De’ Fiori (Prices & Photos)
You can also stay at the Hotel Campo De’ Fiori for a charming and cozy home base in Rome. You’ll be right by Campo de’ Fiori, the classic Roman piazza, when you stay here and near lots of other attractions too. This boutique hotel is beautifully decorated and has just 23 rooms to create an intimate vibe. The loveliest rooms are on the top floor, where there are two superior deluxe rooms with poster canopy beds that are perfect for romantic evenings. All rooms come with free Wi-Fi, safes, hair dryers, flat-screen TVs, and other amenities. Guests here also enjoy the babysitting service, buffet breakfast, terrace with solarium, and 24-hour reception.
Albergo del Sole al Pantheon (Prices & Photos)
This elegant hotel is charming and historic, with uniquely designed rooms and a history that dates back to the 15th century. There are 25 guest rooms in this boutique hotel that reflect 500 years of history. On-site amenities include motorbikes and bicycles for rent, free Wi-Fi, a bar, currency exchange, and a garden. Guests here can enjoy the breakfast buffet, open-air garden patio during the warm months, and meeting rooms available upon request. There’s also some of Rome’s most iconic attractions near the Pantheon.
Hotel de Russie, a Rocco Forte Hotel (Prices & Photos)
Here’s a five-star luxury hotel that you’ll love in Rome because of its location between two picturesque piazzas, Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo. There are 120 rooms and suites here, as well as Italian cuisine served at Le Jardin de Russie and cocktails at the Stravinskij Bar. There’s also a spa on site and programs for children and teens.
J.K. Place Roma (Prices & Photos)
The J.K. Place Roma has a variety of room options to choose from and is about 18 miles from the Rome Leonardo da Vinci Airport and 11 miles from Rome Ciampino Airport. Guests can dine at the onsite JKCafe and enjoy market-fresh produce and Italian specialties. The onsite bar here serves cocktails and snacks throughout the day in a relaxed atmosphere.