The best hotels

The hotel landscape has evolved over the years, with an increasing number of new boutique hotels and renovations of old establishments. We’ve also seen an increase in luxurious and conceptual hotels, like the Luxury Suites, that are found throughout the city to accommodate those in love with Rome. There are many possibilities for travelers looking to stay in the city center or nearby. Take a look at what Rome has to offer, from its historic palaces to its contemporary boutique hotels, as well as its traditional and charming luxury establishments. Here is our selection of the best hotels in Rome.

Hotel de Russie Jean Cocteau, in 1917, called the Hotel de Russie “paradise on earth.” More than two hundred years after its construction by Giuseppe Valadier, who designed the nearby Piazza del Popolo, this luxury hotel is one of the most sought-after addresses in Rome. The former residence of the Russian imperial family has become the preferred refuge of discerning travelers and elegance enthusiasts in Italy. This hotel will undoubtedly be included in all the lists of the best hotels in Rome you will find!

Hotel Hassler In the heart of Rome, you will find the Hotel Hassler. The hotel has been welcoming VIPs and celebrities since 1893. And that’s not all: Roberto Wirth, a Swiss hotelier from a dynasty that has managed this prestigious address for more than 120 years, is still in charge today! A unique hotel that enjoys the most beautiful views of Rome!

Grand Hotel de la Minerve Another gem from our list of the best hotels in Rome: The luxurious Grand Hotel de la Minerva. Located in an old palace from the 17th century in the heart of the Centro Storico, it has hosted many famous guests. One of them, the French novelist and art critic Henri Beyle (better known by the pseudonym “Stendhal”), stayed here and has lent his name to one of the most prestigious suites.

Hotel Eden – The Dorchester Collection The Hotel Eden, located in the Via Veneto district in Rome, is one of the favorite addresses of the world’s elite since the late 19th century. It’s not surprising that it has fallen into the hands of the Dorchester Collection.

Portrait Roma The Portrait Roma hotel is in the exclusive segment of intimate and glamorous boutique hotels. A discreet entrance, just a few meters from the bustling Via Condotti, leads to this haven of refinement. The rooms are as elegant as they are luxurious (with a special mention for the bathroom). Don’t forget to visit the magnificent rooftop on the seventh floor of the hotel and enjoy the 360° view of Rome.

D.O.M Of all the boutique hotels that have opened their doors in Rome in recent years, D.O.M is undoubtedly one of the most successful, but also one of the simplest, with 18 rooms and suites for guests who want to enjoy its connections to Roman history (it is based in a religious building from the 17th century).

Hotel Raphael If you’re looking for a more traditional hotel with classic luxury, Hotel Raphael will be your best choice. Offering the perfect combination of old-world charm and modern amenities, this Italian gem is elegantly hidden behind an exterior covered in ivy.

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