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CIRCUS MAXIMUS/IMPERIAL FORUMS

47 Hotel
This modern hotel is uniquely located adjacent to the ancient Chiesa di Santa Maria in Cosmedin and Circus Maximus, within easy walking distance of the Coliseum and the Imperial Forums, and steps away from bus service that will take you anywhere in Rome. Guests enter into a tranquil interior courtyard. Each of the five guest floors is themed around a modern Italian artist, and decorated with original works — Mastroianni, Greco, Modigliani, Quagliata, Guccione. The 58 rooms (and one junior suite) are graciously decorated in a contemporary art-deco style, equipped with mini-bar, ADSL wireless connection and TV with international channels, football matches, films on demand and Sky Pay Per View. The two Suites on the fifth floor have a generously-scaled private panoramic terraces. On the top floor, the Circus Restaurant offers a panoramic view of ancient Rome and the Tiber.Additional services include room service, a lobby bar, a small but fully-equipped gym, a steam room and two modular conference rooms, and full concierge services. Business travelers and families with children are welcomed.
Via Petroselli 47 tel 06 6787816 www.fortysevenhotel.com



VIA VENETO

Hotel Aleph
The Aleph, part of the Boscolo chain of luxury hotels, attracts a hip, affluent group of Italian business travelers and foreigners. Israeli architect Adam Tihany, famous for the lavish design of the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas and for his restyling of New York’s Le Cirque restaurant, has created a hotel full of wit and irony. It’s a fun place for a younger client, but more than comfortable enough for a more mature visitor. The theme is paradise to purgatory, and it’s carried out throughout the public spaces. Immense statues of Samurai warriors flank the entrance to the lobby, which is decorated in a symphony of reds evoking purgatory. While on the floor below (turning heaven and hell upside down) the Paradiso spa offers treatment rooms and a soaking pool complete with fountains all done in white.
By contrast, the 96 rooms and suites are decorated in an understated, elegant but contemporary style, and include all the usual amenities one would expect from a luxury hotel as well as a few new ones. A special low drawer is designed to keep empty suitcases out of the way. Huge blowups of Roman attractions are used as wall murals, visually extending the space. Television screens embedded in the elevator ceilings keep guests up-to-date with CNN.
In addition to Maremoto, the main restaurant specializing in seafood, there’s a sushi bar, a “library,” which serves as a smoking and game room, and a cocktail lounge. The public rooms incorporate a myriad of humorous touches. For example, some of the chairs have laces up the back reminiscent of a woman’s corset. In the sushi bar, the stool bases are old wine presses. In the main bar, the servers work inside an old vault. (The hotel was built on the site of a former bank.) Throughout, the old is combined with the new —ornate Murano meets simple, frosted glass.
A roof terrace on the seventh floor, appropriately called “Seventh Heaven” makes a lovely place to relax on a warm evening.
Via San Basilio 15 tel. 06.422 901 www.aleph.boscolohotels.com

ROSE GARDEN PALACE HOTEL ROME

 

Rose Garden Palace
With a great location around the corner from Via Veneto's shops and bars and walking distance from the jogging trails of the Borghese Gardens, this elegant hotel is slowly becoming a favorite among foreign visitors. Refurbished in 2001, the 59 rooms and six suites are stylishly decorated in a pleasing blend of the classic and the modern, and are equipped with satellite TV and internet access. The hotel restaurant, Il Rosetto, is in a glass-enclosed gazebo, while a second dining area opens onto a rose garden . Fitness center, spa with sauna and plunge pool. Rooms from about €248.
Via Boncompagni, 19 tel. 39 06 421 www.rosegardenpalace.com

 


PIAZZA DEL POPOLO/SPANISH STEPS

Hotel Barocco
If you're looking for a charming boutique hotel, it's hard to do better than this little gem, just steps from the Piazza Barberini, and a short hop to Via Veneto, the Trevi Fountain or the Spanish Steps. Set in a pair of adjoining Baroque palazzos, the ground floor is a warren of cozy salons, an elegant breakfast room (serving a lavish buffet)and a friendly bar. Each of the 41 guest rooms is different, most of them recently redecorated with plush carpeting and elegant furnishings, flat screen satellite tv, WiFi and relaxing "chromatic" showers in the bathrooms, with jacuzzi tubs or showers. Some of the standard rooms can be on the small side, but the suites are spectacular, some with expansive terraces complete with hot tubs and stunning views. The accomodating staff is multi-lingual, and offers a multitude of concierge services. Special offers for pre and post cruise visits to Rome.
Via della Purificazione, 4 www.hotelbarocco.com

hotel de russie romeHotel de Russie
Unquestionably Rome’s “it” hotel of the moment, the Russie has recently hosted the likes of Bill Clinton, John Kerry, Brad Pitt and George Clooney, and the celebrities keep on coming. Nestled against the Pincio hill at the entrance to Piazza del Popolo, with an enormous terraced garden that goes up to the Trinita dei Monti, it offers the ultimate in luxury, from the marble bathrooms, to the spacious rooms and the gracious staff. Three special suites each come equipped with large terraces where private parties are held. Under the direction of celebrated chef Nazzareno Menghini, the hotel restaurant, Le Jardin du Russie, is one of the best in town, while the hotel spa offers all sorts of treatments as well as a gym and personal trainer. Elegant Romans stop at the bar at the end of the day, or relax over a drink in the gardens.
Via Babuino 9 tel. 06. 32 88 81 (Piazza del Popolo) www.hotelderussie.it

 

hotel forte romeHotel Forte
Quiet and tree lined, just behind Via Babuino, the Via Margutta is one of our favorite streets in Rome. And you couldn't ask for a better location: steps away from Piazza del Popolo and the Piazza di Spagna. (Gregory Peck's character in the film "Roman Holiday" lived in Via Margutta.) This hotel is one of many in Rome that occupies a floor in an old palazzo, with only a handful of guest rooms. You reach it by taking an elevator from the main lobby of the building. Rooms are comfortably decorated and immaculate. Hallways are spacious, with sitting areas, so you won't feel stuck in your room. Internet connection, limited room service and a cleaning service are available. Each room has a private bath and is equipped with a hairdryer, direct dial phone, air conditioning, mini bar, a safe, and a small TV that gets CNN in English. The staff will help you with airport transfers, dinner reservations and anything else you may need. Three stars.
Via Margutta, 61 tel 06 3207625 www.hotelforte.com

hotel manfredi romeHotel Manfredi
In the same building as the Hotel Forte, but on a higher floor, the Manfredi offers only slightly more luxurious accommodations at a price only slightly higher. The spacious hallways boast frescoed ceilings, and there's a pretty little balcony where you can have breakfast, or use their wi-fi connection to get online with your computer. The staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful. As with the Hotel Forte, rooms can be on the small side, so be sure to book according to your personal claustrophobia tolerance. Superior rooms cost more, but they are more spacious. Limited satellite TV reception (CNN), limited room service, airport shuttle available, laundry service, luggage room, bar, newspapers. Rooms equipped with private bath, direct-dial phone, air-conditioning, safe, mini-bar, internet connection, hairdryer. Three stars.
Via Margutta, 61

 

Hotel Art
Perhaps the most striking of Rome’s new crop of concept hotels, the Art occupies part of the premises of the Collegio San Giuseppe, an exclusive private school. Roman architects the Sycamore team have transformed the space, incorporating elements of the building’s classic design with a modern minimalism. The former chapel, now the hotel’s foyer and bar-restaurant has been built around the original marble altar. Strong color and light are the key to the overall concept. Verses by poets Garcia Lorca and Octavio Paz, projected along the corridors, refer to the classes once held in those spaces. The 46 highly-stylized yet comfortable guest rooms feature parquet floors and hand-stitched Florentine leather-covered headboards. The strong colors used in the corridors are picked up in the bathroom's mosaic tile work. All rooms are equipped with cordless keyboards for satellite TV and web surfing.
Via Margutta, 56 tel 39 06 328711 www.HotelArt.it

 

 

Casa Howard
Playing on words, owner, Jennifer Howard fused her name with title of E.M. Forster’s book, Howard’s End. Remodeled in 2002, the five rooms in two separate buildings feature parquet or marble floors and beamed ceilings. Rather than numbers, rooms are given names corresponding to their decorative scheme. The Chinese Room is decorated with ornate red-themed fabrics from Shanghai Tang of Hong Kong, while curtains in the black and white Zebra Room are animal-printed. Each room is furnished with satellite TV, tea making facilities, and internet access. Not all rooms have bathroom accommodations en suite, but one boasts a real Turkish bath. Singles from about about €130.
Via di Capo Le Case, 18 and Via Sistina, 149 tel 06.6992 4555 (Piazza Barberini, Spanish Steps) www.casahoward.com




hotel modigliani rome

Hotel Modigilani
Just a few steps from the Piazza Barberini (all uphill steps, it would only be fair to say), this is an exceptionally charming and tastefully decorated hotel. The rooms are on the small side, but some have little balconies with lovely views, and there's a nice inner courtyard available to all guests. Rooms are equipped with hair dryer, air-conditioning, mini-bar, safe. Three stars. 23 rooms.
Via della Purificazione 42 tel 06 4281 5226 www.hotelmodigliani.com

 

 

hotel san carlo romeSan Carlo Hotel
This is a genteel little hotel on one of the quieter streets running between Via del Corso and Via del Babuino, just near the Spanish Steps and the Piazza del Popolo. Rooms are small but comfortable and some open onto a small balcony. The largest opens onto a roof terrace. Rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, CNN, mini-bar, hairdryer, telephone. Three stars. 50 rooms.
Via delle Carrozze 93 tel 06 678 4548 www.hotelsancarloroma.com


daniels hotel romeDaniel's Hotel
Guests are giving this new hotel rave reviews. Done in a faux Louis IV style with a modern twist —  carpeted floors, trompe l’oeil ceiling frescoes, it's located on one of Rome's most fashionable shopping streets, the car-free Via Frattina, steps away from the Piazza di Spagna. The glassed in roof garden has views from the Vatican to Piazza del Popolo, and there's a pleasant bar on the ground floor. The rooms are small but the marble bathrooms are more than adequate. The most private is room 502, which has its own terrace decorated with climbing vines, flowering potted plants and a shade umbrella. The five suites have Jacuzzi tubs. All rooms are air-conditioned, with safes, mini bars, hair dryers flat-screen TVs with satellite and direct dial phones. Fourteen rooms.
Via Frattina 107 tel 06 693 80203 wwww.danielshotel.it

casa trevi romeCasa Trevi
Friends who stay here rave about the comfort and the warmth of the owner, Marta Nicolini, who dispenses advice and help. On a quiet street, but just steps away from the Trevi Fountain, the two apartments open onto a pretty inner courtyard. One has a living area with sofa bed, a double bedroom, two bathrooms and a kitchen. The other is a single with a kitchen corner and a bath. Both are directed in an airy, modern way, and have television and air-conditioning. 2 small apartments.
Via in Arcione 98 tel 335 6205768 www.casatrevi.it


hotel valadier romeHotel Valadier
This is a four-star hotel a three-star price, in a great location, just off the Piazza del Popolo. The downside is that the rooms are really small. Most have a mirrored ceiling to give a sense of spaciousness- or whatever. The lobby is charming, with a piano bar. Perhaps the best feature is the roof garden restaurant with a stunning view. Limited room service, laundry service. Rooms are equipped with wi-fi (a definite plus for the internet addicted), as well as air-conditioning, mini-bar, safe, direct dial phone, and a TV that gets CNN in English. The breakfast provided, more ample than the usual coffee, juice and pastry, is billed as an "American breakfast buffet."
Four Stars. 60 Rooms.
Via della Fontanella 15 tel 06 361 1998 www.hotelvaladier.com

Portrait Suites Hotel
In a town house on one of the narrow shopping streets near the Spanish steps, fourteen suites furnished in a sleek contemporary style, with a great roof terrace offering spectacular views. Winner of the 2006 European Hotel Design Award for it's bedrooms and bathrooms, satellite TV, CD and DVD player, Wifi, bar corner, kitchenettes. Fourteen suites including studios, junior suites, deluxe suite and penthouse. All this at a price.
Via Bocca di Leone 23 tel 055 27264000
www.lungarnohotels.com



Inn at the Spanish Steps
A boutique hotel in a renovated 19th century town house next to the historic Café Greco, with rooms decorated in a warm traditional style, it offers all the amenities: satellite TV, internet connection, air conditioning, two-line telephones, mini-bar, safe. Via Condotti is pretty noisy during the day when all the shops are open, so you may want to ask for a room on the courtyard side. Superior rooms are very spacious, located in the annex. Classic accomodations (pictured here) are a bit on the cozy side, but comfortable. The penthouse is a three-room suite with views and a private terrace. Breakfast is served on the beautiful public terrace open to all guests, and there's a glassed-in café in winter, where afternoon tea and cocktails are also served. A good value for the location.
Via Condotti 85 tel 06 399 25657 www.atspanishsteps.com




PIAZZA NAVONA

Hotel Navona
This small hotel gives travelers the experience of staying in a 15th century palace, in one of the best locations in Rome, just adjacent to the Piazza Navona, and a five minute walk to the Pantheon. The palace has been restored by its owner, your host, who is a descendant of aristocratic Italian families and an architect. The antique furnishings, frescoed walls, ancient coved ceilings, and helpful front desk lend charm to the hotel, while fine linens, satellite plasma TV, air-conditioning, safes and hair dryers give it modern comfort.
via dei Sediari 8 tel 9 06 686 4203
www.hotelnavona.com


Residenza Zanardelli

With the same owners as the Hotel Navona, the Zanardelli is an intimate seven-room, four-star residence, occupying what would have been the noble floor of a 19th century palace designed in the sumptious Baocchetto Romano style. The rooms have been recently restored, without losing their historic charm, and many of them look out onto the beautiful Palazzo Altemps. All are equipped with satellite plasma TV, air conditioning, and telephone. Ideally located steps from the Piazza Navona, with a convenient cab stand and tourist information kiosk nearby.
Via Zanardelli 7 tel 06 686 4203 www.hotelnavona.com


hotel teatro pace 33Hotel Teatro Pace 33
In a quiet corner, steps away from the Piazza Navona, this hotel opened two years ago in a former Cardinal's residence. It's more a guest house than a proper hotel. You enter the old palazzo and then climb an imposing Baroque spiral staircase. The junior suite on the top floor has an ample terrace which looks onto the magnificent dome of Boromini's Chiesa di Sant'Agnese in Agone and some of the top floor rooms share this view from their windows. Care has been taken to preserve the historic character despite the recent renovations, and most rooms have parquet floors and beamed ceilings. The hotel offers laundry service and limited room service from 9 am - 9 pm. All rooms are equipped with mini-bar, safe, direct dial phone, internet connection, hair dryer, satellite TV (CNN) . Breakfast is served in your room. Three stars. 23 rooms.
Via della Pace 33 06.6879075 www.hotelteatropace.com



best b'n'b romeBest 'n' B
If not the best, it certainly one of the most pleasingly modern and comfortable. Occupying a recently renovated floor in an 18th century palazzo, it's well-located — just a short walk from Piazza Navona, Campo de'Fiori and the Pantheon. The decor is soft grays, with framed art photography, and stylish contemporary furnishings. Rooms are equipped with mini bar, safe, hairdryer, free ADSL internet connection, large plasma TV connected to satellite, DVD player, air-conditioning. Some rooms have a view of the excavations at the Largo Argentina. All rooms have queen-sized beds. No smoking rooms. Laundry facilities. Breakfast, served in the room is more substantial than the usual croissant and coffee.
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 21 tel 392 560 1203 www.bestbb.it (A second location is also available near the Vatican.)


COLISEUM

HOTEL LANCELOT ROMEHotel Lancelot
Visitors rave about this old-world hotel, known for it's friendliness. The staff prides itself on being helpful, and most of them speak English. Four-course dinners are served at "round tables" where guests meet and trade experiences. The rooms are comfortable, with air-conditioning, satellite TV and wireless internet connections. The gracious service, location (on a quiet street), and atmosphere make the Lancelot an excellent value. Single rooms start at €115. Sixth floor suites have access to a balcony overlooking the Coliseum Prices begin at €230 for two people.
Via Capo D'Africa, 47 tel. 06. 7045 0615. www.lancelothotel.com


CAMPO DE' FIORI

Hotel Lunetta
Built on the remains of the walls of the Theater of Pemeius, a four-star hote maintains touches of its history, mixing parquet floors and beamed celings with comfortable modern furnishings, sound proofed windows, free Wi-Fi, direct phone, safety box for laptops, mini bar, flat screen TV with free Sky channels and air conditioning. A 3'' square-meter spa offers five treatment rooms, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam bath and "emotional shower." The breakfat includes American favorites like bacon and eggs. And the scenic roof terrace is a big plus. Prices start at €160.
Piazza del Paradiso 48 (just around the corner from Campo de' Fiori) www.hotellunetta.com

 

Residenza in Farnese
This gracious, four-star hotel, housed in a former monastery, is an excellent value. The rooms vary greatly in size, and the standard doubles can be quite small with showers rather than tubs in the tiny bathrooms. But the superior rooms are spacious and many of them still have the original ceiling frescoes. The chapel has been converted into the most beautiful room in the hotel, really a knockout. The quietest rooms overlook the hotel courtyard or the gardens of the Palazzo Farnese, (now the French embassy) or the Palazzo Spada museum. The breakfasts are among the most elaborate in the city, served on fine china in a lovely dining room, or in your bedroom. The public rooms include a large banquet or meeting hall, and a lounge with a billiards table. Air conditioning, fridge minibar, satellite TV, Internet connection, direct-dial telephone. 31 rooms.
Via del Mascherone 59 tel. 06.682 10980 www.residenzafarneserome.com


Hotel Teatro di Pompeo
This boutique hotel was built on the ruins of an ancient Roman theater, with vestiges of the ancient structure still visible (Breakfast and drinks are served in a Roman vault dating to the first century BC.) The rooms are decorated simply but comfortably, with terra cotta floors and characteristic wooden ceilings. Some rooms in the building annex are not reachable by lift. Air conditioning, fridge minibar, radio and TV, direct-dial telephone. Three star. 12 rooms.
Largo del Pallaro 8 tel. 06.683 00170

 

hotel locanda cairoli romeLocanda Cairoli
This little hotel calls itself a “club house” and its motto is “welcome home.” In fact, guests might have the feeling of sharing a very large apartment with several roommates and lots of servants. The entrance is not at all promising. It’s easy to miss the door of this large but neglected apartment building. The ground floor, while watched over by a portiere, is more than a little run down. But take the marble steps or the tiny old elevator up one flight and you’re met with the glass doors of the residence hotel, which is art-filled, modern, sleek and inviting. The large double lounge overlooks the little piazza and its fountain. The Locanda Cairoli caters especially to business people in Rome with a job to do, so public spaces include a conference table, which can be reserved for meetings, as well as fax and email facilities. The bedrooms, all on the same floor, are comfortable and attractive. In addition to the breakfast room and little bar, there’s a fully equipped kitchen at the disposal of the guests. The nicest feature of the hotel is the service. With an incredible personnel-to-guest ratio, the staff will arrange almost anything for you, from an interpreter to a hairdresser who comes to your room, to a car and driver, to after-hours museum visits. Air conditioning, satellite tv, direct line telephones. Parking available. Four-star. 15 rooms.
Piazza Benedetto Cairoli 2 tel. 06.688 09278 www.locandacairoli.it



TRASTEVERE AND THE VATICAN

Gran Melia HotelGran Melia Villa Agrippina
A recent addition to Rome's luxury hotel roster, on the site of an  historic villa, one of the crown jewels in the Spanish Melia chain. Archeological remains discovered during the construction of the hotel are displayed in the lobby. The pool and and spa are the big attractions, giving the place the feeling of a vacation resort, which can be very welcome after a day of hectic sightseeing or business meetings. Located on the slope of the Janiculum Hill it's walking distance to the Vatican, and there are convenient bus stops nearby. Restaurant, room, service, all the luxury ameneties. Five stars. They offer a "red level" service, a step up within the hotel, with free cocktails, buffet breakfast and personalized concierge service. Some rooms have city views.
via del Gianicolo 3  tel 06 925901 granmeliaroma.hotelinroma.com



Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel
Recently opened, and the first hotel in Rome to be listed in the Top 100 Hotels in the World, we rate this the most magnificent lodging in the city.In 1642, the Duchess Camilla Savelli commissioned the great architect Francesco Borromini, to design a convent for young women who were called to the church. Over the centuries, the building has undergone several transformations. Although nuns still occupy a separate part of the premises, today, it has been transformed into a luxury hotel that seamlessly integrates history with contemporary comfort. Each of the 78 rooms is unique, but retains the flavor of the past, with beamed wooden celings and other details. The hotel offers a bar, breakfast buffet, internet and limited room service, as well as nine elegant halls for meetings and events. Ask for a room overlooking the charming courtyard.
Via Garibaldi 27, at the foot of the Janiculum hill. tel 06 588861 www.hotelsavelli.it


Relais Le Clarisse
Rome Hotels TrastevereRome hotelsTrastevere is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Rome, but it has always had a short supply of hotels. This new little gem has only five rooms, but each one is charming, set around a lovely courtyard with blooming flowers, and potted olive and lemon trees. The rooms are decorated simply, but with impeccable taste: terra cotta floors, wrought iron bedsteads, oak furnishings. And each one is equipped with a flat screen tv providing a wide range of international channels via satellite, as well as wi fi for the computer addicted. The bathrooms come equipped with Jacuzzi tubs. Who could ask for anything more? And the prices are incredibly low, given the location and amenities. Double rooms begin at €130 off-season, €185 in in the high season. An executive suite, on two-levels sleeps four.
Via Cardinale Merry del Val
Tel 06 583 34437 www.leclarisse.com



hotel ripa romaRipa Hotel
Young Rome considers this place a cool destination. Opened in 1999, it was the city's first high-concept hotel, designed by architects Riccardo Roselli and Jeremey King, who were also responsible for the Radisson SAS across town and Milan's Warner Cinema Village. On a quiet street on the edge of trendy Trastevere, it’s both off the beaten track and convenient to the historic center. The 170 rooms, which are arranged above the lobby atrium, all have balconies, although none have much of a view. The décor is ultra modern in a minimalist gray and white color scheme with pared down furnishings. Racks are provided in place of an actual closet, but there are real bathrooms, nicely done-up with shower and tub. The ground floor club, called Suite, gets plenty of action, and the public rooms are the scene of numerous art exhibitions, endless private parties, and no shortage of celebrity sightings. The hotel restaurant, the Riparte Café, with its nouveau Mediterranean menu, is a real find. The food is imaginatively prepared, stylishly presented and reasonably priced.
Via degli Orti di Trastevere 1 tel. 06.58611


Hotel Santa Maria
This charming little hotel is so popular reservations need to be made long in advance. On the site of a 17th century cloister, tucked away on a quiet vicolo just steps from the Piazza Santa Maria in Trastevere, the hotel was remodeled in 2000, with terra cotta floors, mansard ceilings and a sunny yellow color scheme. All the rooms and suites face a gravel courtyard adorned with orange trees, where breakfast is served in the warmer months. The wine bar is open throughout the day and into the evening. Some suites have sleeping balconies and accommodate up to five people, making them ideal for families with children Parking, air conditioning, satellite TV, direct dial telephones, minibar. Internet access available in the wine bar. Three star. 16 rooms. S
Vicolo del Piede 2 tel. 06.589 4626 www.htlsantamaria.com

 

FLAMINIO/PARIOLI

Duke Hotel RomeDuke Hotel Room Rome italyThe Duke Hotel
This elegant hotel in the heart of upscale Parioli is favored by diplomats, Italian movie stars and businessmen who appreciate the refinement of the private meeting room, conference hall and business center.. The quiet neighborhood, while not in the heart of historic Rome, is just a ten-minute cab ride away, and a courtesy car is provided. It's easily accesible to the GRA, the ring road that surrounds Rome, so it's ideal for travelers who come to the city by car, especially because it ofers ample parking. Many embassies are located in the area's gracious art deco villas and the Parco della Musica, the Stadio Olimpico and the gardens of the Villa Gloria are close by. The rooms, considerably larger than those you'll find in most center-city hotels, are decorated in the style of an English gentlemen's club. Most have balconies, and all are equipped with Wi-Fi and satellite TV. Two of the suites have large terraces. The hotel has its own Polo Lounge, where in winter guests sit by a large fireplace. Tea is served here as well as evening cocktails.
Via Archimede, 69
Tel 06 367221 www.thedukehotel.com

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