In a beautiful city as Rome, you can expect hotels to match and they certainly don’t disappoint. Luxury villas and modern design hotels mean there’s something for every taste.
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All of the luxury without the fuss, G-Rough is easily one of the most beautifully designed hotels you’ll ever stay in. The 17th-century building has Murano glass features, while suites mix raw concrete with plush velvet. Navigate the city with the help of a lifestyle manager or virtual butler.
The architecturally iconic St. Regis Rome has been one of the city’s best hotels for over 125 years, and shows no sign of slowing down. The lobby has a hand-blown glass chandelier, the hotel has its own bespoke fragrance and the art collection is second to none.
Rooms have recently been renovated and are in charming shades of blue.
The Fifteen Keys Hotel has 15 stylish bedrooms and it is situated in a secluded street, in the heart of the lively and cosmopolitan Monti neighbourhood. Ideal for people who want to explore a little bit away from tourist hotspots, it’s still close to all the buzz.
Rooms have views of either the leafy courtyard or Rome’s rooftops.
A palazzo that was once home to Italian nobles, this outstanding hotel has frescoed ceilings and precious Venetian mosaic floors. There’s four suites to choose from, each with the name of a Roman noblewoman who lived between the Renaissance and the 19th century; in each case, her personality and life are reflected in the choice of fabrics, colours and decor.
Located between two of Rome’s most picturesque piazzas, Piazza di Spagna and Piazza del Popolo, Hotel de Russie is one of the Eternal City’s most prestigious hotels. The pretty tiered garden has orange trees and the hotel bar is one of the top spots for Aperitivo.
The Picasso suite has a beautiful outdoor terrace with views of the gardens below.
Artist Luisa Longo has transformed her home-studio into this unique guesthouse that’s a peaceful oasis in the centre of Rome. You’ll be staying in the heart of the historical neighbourhood of Trastevere. The guesthouse feels like a Riad – Italian style – with a courtyard where you can have breakfast every morning.
Villa Spalletti Trivelli is on one of the original Seven Hills of Rome, the Quirinale, and is just minutes from the Fountain of Trevi. The hotel has a rooftop bar with bubbling Jacuzzis, while you can also chill out in the boutique spa. The family who own the villa also run a vineyard in Perugia, with day trips available for guests.