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A beautifully renovated old palazzo , Babuino offers discreet luxury, with great attention to detail, a sleek roof terrace and modern, chic rooms with touches such as a Nespresso machine and fluffy bathrobes...
Town House Fontana Di Trevi
As the name suggests, this refined bolthole is within a coin's throw of the Trevi Fountain. It's a stylish choice with eight dashing rooms spread over two floors (the 3rd and 5th) of a typical city centre palazzo ...
Rose Garden Palace
Housed in an impressive white townhouse just off Via Vittorio Veneto, the Rose Garden Palace is an elegant four-star hotel offering smiles and refined rooms...
A credit-card’s flourish from Via del Corso, the Mozart has classic, immaculate rooms, decorated in dove greys, eggshell blues, golden yellows and rosy pinks, with comfortable beds, gleaming linen and polished wooden furniture; deluxe rooms have jacuz...
As the spiritual home of Rome's dolce vita, Via Vittorio Veneto is one of the capital's most famous streets, a striking boulevard lined by plane trees, pavement cafes and impressive 19th-century townhouses...
With its ivy-clad exterior, stained-glass doors and rattling cage-lift, the Locarno is an art deco classic – the kind of place Hercule Poirot might stay if he were in town...
Only 50m from the Spanish Steps, in an area where a bargain is a Bulgari watch bought at the sales, the friendly, efficient Panda is an anomaly: a budget pension and a splendid one...
An air of old-school elegance pervades at this delightful family-run pension on Via Gregoriana, the handsome street that runs down from the top of the Spanish Steps...
Hotel Forte is a friendly little hotel in a lovely 17th-century palazzo around the corner from Piazza di Spagna. It’s a bright place decorated in a cluttered, faux-classical style with fake columns in the corridors and antiques in every corner...
Hotel Scalinata Di Spagna
Given its location – perched alongside the Spanish Steps – the Scalinata is surprisingly modestly priced...
Hotel Del Corso
On central Rome's main shopping strip, this is a classic three-star hotel offering a friendly welcome and elegant lodgings in the heart of the action...
A sexy bolthole for a romantic escape, Suite Sistina stands out for its eclectic trendsetting design...
Old-fashioned and friendly, the 3rd-floor Ercoli, (there’s an elderly cage lift), is a straight-up pensione, renovated a couple of years back. It’s popular with foreign students...
Impeccable service, refined rooms and superb views are the deal at the Eden, one of Rome’s most glamorous hotels...
This classy oasis is an offshoot of the Hotel del Corso just down the road, and it's there (on number 79) that you'll need to check in...
Hotel De Russie
The historic de Russie is almost on Piazza del Popolo, and has exquisite terraced gardens...
A bastion of warm, old-fashioned hospitality, the Hotel Parlamento is a classic dyed-in-the-wool Roman pension, complete with modestly furnished rooms and classic homey decor – framed prints, plastic flowers, antique furniture...
La Residenza is a pleasantly old-fashioned four-star. The ground floor public rooms resemble a 19th-century gentleman's club, while the carpeted guest rooms are comfortable, clean and spacious...
Run by an artistic couple, the Modigliani is all about attention to detail and customer service. The 23 dove-grey rooms are spacious and light, and the best ones have views and balconies, either outside or over the quiet internal courtyard garden.
It's a real joy to walk into this 3rd floor hotel and admire the wonderful, artistic decor...
Twenty-room Okapi is housed in a townhouse in a great location close to Piazza del Popolo. Rooms are simple, small, airy affairs with cream walls, terracotta floors and double glazing...
Very central, this well-run, welcoming 41-room hotel overlooking Piazza Barberini (the pricier rooms have views) has a classic feel, with rooms featuring oil paintings, spotless linen, gentle colour schemes and fabric-covered walls...