To visit Rome at least once in your life is a "must". Some do it with their family when they are just children, or some postpone the visit when they are already adults. Whatever is the reason that kept you from visiting the Coliseum, throwing a coin in the Trevi Fountain or beholding the San Peter's Basilica, it doesn't matter. Finally, the moment has arrived for you to enjoy the wonders of the Capital City.
Here below you can find some of the best hotels we picked especially for you, whose location is strategical to see all the main attraction of the Eternal City:
Rome’s centro storico has always been the epicentre of activity but even more so with the arrival of Fendi Private Suites, which is located above Palazzo Fendi, the brand’s flagship store. Situated on the crossroads of Via del Corso and Via Dei Condotti, the suites are just a five-minute walk from the Spanish Steps and its fashionable environs, and 10 minutes from the Pantheon and Trevi Fountain, the latter of which was beautifully restored thanks to Fendi’s patrimony project FendiforFountains. Reflecting the Italian sensitivity of blending different styles and luxury standards, the 7 elegant Suites give the pleasure of private and exclusive hospitality. Both the rooms and the common areas feature high-quality materials such as marbles from Carrara for the bathroom walls and oak tree work for the floors.
Palazzo Fendi Hotel
Lobby, Palazzo Fendi Hotel
Palazzo ManfrediPalazzo Manfredi is a 5-star Relais & Chateaux hotel with "one of the most sought after views in all of Rome," says Travel + Leisure. The pink 16th-century villa is intimate and charming and is located in the heart of the historic district beside the Colosseum. On the rooftop, a swanky restaurant has more of those stunning views and a chic dress code to match. Sample the seven-course Italian tasting menu in the trendy glass-walled dining room - there are amazing panoramas of the Colosseum and the excavated gladiator’s gymnasium next door - or enjoy the sunset from the open-air lounge.
External facade, Palazzo Manfredi
Hotel LunettaThe intimate Hotel Lunetta, situated in the centre of Rome, is the ideal spot for exploring this historic city. Renovated in 2009, the building used to be the "Albergo Della Luna", an old hotel from 1368 AD. Its elegant bedrooms are the perfect retreat after a day sightseeing and the third-floor terrace has spectacular views over Rome's rooftops. With a stylish, contemporary look inside, a first-class spa and extensive breakfasts, there can be no more convenient place to stay in the city. The 30 rooms are all furnished with a modern design and they are all different from one another thanks to an accurate choice of materials and details.
Roof bar, Hotel Lunetta
The Martis Palace takes its name from the Roman god Mars. It was once a Renaissance palace and convent owned by the noble Massimo family. The period features of the building have been thoughtfully brought forward to the 21st century, with huge glass doors opening onto 600-year-old granite columns and holy water fountains. Coffered ceilings and wood carvings are painted in cool blues and contemporary greys, and the bar, once a chapel, is now instead a shrine to prosecco.
Rooftop terrace, Hotel Martis
There is a lot of history swirling around the cobblestones and shuttered windows of Via Margutta. It’s on this ochre-hued street that Stravinsky and Fellini made their homes, Picasso fell for his ballerina wife and Gregory Peck set out to woo Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday. And it’s now home to Margutta 19 – a refined boutique retreat in a beautiful palazzo. Located in a fully-renovated building, everything in the rooms and the common areas has been designed and built with taste and quality. The property's host of recreational offerings ensures you have plenty to do during your stay. Discover an engaging blend of professional service and a wide array of features at Margutta 19 Luxury Hotel.
Margutta 19, room