The 16 Best Boutique Hotels in Rome, Italy
This includes J.K. Place, Hotel De' Ricci, Hotel Palazzo Manfredi, The First Roma Arte...
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niood lists you the 16 best boutique hotels in Rome, Italy:
Via di Monte d’Oro 30 00184 – Rome – Spagna
Located in the very heart of Rome, only a few minutes’ walking distance from the Spanish Steps, Via Condotti, and all the main attractions, the hotel features rooms and suites appointed with contemporary and antique pieces to create a feeling reminiscent of La Dolce Vita era combined with the most modern comforts of a luxury boutique hotel.
14 Via della Barchetta 00186 – Rome – Navona
Hotel De’ Ricci is a boutique hotel with 8 spacious and luxurious Suites: an ideal residence for wine lovers who can find a vast and cultured selection of more than 1,500 labels and a team of experts capable of creating a custom-made experience.
Via Labicana 125 00184 – Rome – Monti
In 2002, the villa was purchased by Count Goffredo Manfredi, one of Italy’s most famous entrepreneurs and construction magnates and, thanks to him, Palazzo Manfredi, our superb luxury hotel, was born. In commemoration of the past, and of the distinction of the noble Manfredi family, you can still read today two Latin inscriptions on the turret, “Fortuna duce”, with fortune as guide, and “Virtute Comite”, with virtue as companion, quoting Cicerone’s famous maxim.
Via del Vantaggio 14 00186 – Rome – Spagna
The First Arte is a 5-star boutique hotel located in the very heart of Rome. Prepare to be carried away by the breathtaking views from the panoramic rooftop.
Via delle Colonnette 35 00186 – Rome – Spagna
Elizabeth Unique Hotel Rome is a precious residence where ancient stories interlace with modern ones, hospitality is a generous and genuine embrace, and wishes are fulfilled before being expressed.
Via Del Babuino 9 00187 – Rome – Spagna
Via Fontanella Borghese 56 00186 – Rome
Via Sistina 69 00187 – Rome – Spagna
The confluence of classical Roman romance and contemporary cool, sweeping city views, buzzing drinking and dining spots and fresh, zestful design make for Rome’s most exciting new arrival. Fall for its enchanting courtyard, exquisite food from Fulvio Pierangelini, effervescent rooftop bar, street-side bistro and Sicilian-inspired spa.
Piazza Scanderbeg 117 00187 – Rome – Trevi
Via della Fontanella di Borghese 35, Spagna, 00186 Rome, Italy
In the centre of Baroque Rome, of fashion, of the dolce vita, a palazzo that once belonged to the Roman nobility looks forward to welcoming you. Choose the Suite you prefer among Paolina Borghese, Artemisia Gentileschi, Donna Olimpia Pamphilj, Beatrice Cenci and Lucrezia Borgia. Experience a unique awakening, under a skyful of frescos and mosaics.
Via Dei Serpenti 109-110 00184 – Rome – Monti
Via d’Aracoeli 13 00187 – Rome – Pantheon
Via Alessandro Specchi, 10 00186 – Rome – Pantheon
Back in 1850 Mr. Singer, a famous American entrepreneur, invented the very first sewing machine and opened the Roman headquarter. Later on Singer Palace changed use, but always kept its original charm and mirrored its central location. In 2018, the Visocchi family reconverted Singer Palace into a chic boutique hotel, adding a contemporary touch to the historic location: centrally located in the heart of Rome the Singer is walking distance from all the major historical sights of the city as well as the best shopping roads. Within a short walk to the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, Piazza Venezia, Spanish Steps, and Colosseum Singer Palace delights all guests with its beautiful 30 rooms, including 10 suites and 7 connecting solutions.
Via Del Corso 107 00187 – Rome – Spagna
Via Dell’ Arancio 69 00186 – Rome
In the ancient heart of rione Campo Marzio, set in a small street anciently called Vicolo del Melangolo that leads to the Tiber river, sits this historic mansion, once a school for girls, it dates back to the mid-sixteenth century whereupon it was known as the House annexed to Palazzo Borghese.
Via Del Babuino 181 00187 – Rome – Spagna
Perfectly situated between the Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps in Rome’s historic city centre, Babuino 181 is a stylish respite in the heart of the action. Wander down the famous Via Babuino in either direction and you’ll discover designer boutiques and art galleries on the way to must-see sites like Villa Borghese and the Trevi Fountain. It’s easy to find your way back – Babuino 181 shares a name with its address.