The best luxury hotels in Rome! 5-star hotels in the center, a few steps from the Colosseum! Elite boutique hotels and fashionable guesthouses!

“Westin Excelsior Rome (Starwood Hotels & Resorts)” – a boutique hotel in the famous Roman street Via Vittorio Veneto!
“Westin Excelsior Rome (Starwood Hotels & Resorts)” – a boutique hotel in the famous Roman street Via Vittorio Veneto!

A luxury hotel means not only a good location, candelabra chandeliers in the lobby and original wall painting, but also it shall offer its guests sophisticated additional service. A comfortable room with good soundproofing, drinks and snacks at any time at hand, ironing and unpacking services – these little things give a feeling that the hotel is really worth the money spent. In addition, what is important in the cities with ancient history and rich culture – the hotel’s location near the main attractions, a panoramic view of the architectural monuments from comfortable rooms and suites!
In Rome you can choose among an incredible number of 5-star hotels, and this article will help to specify narrow the choice to just a few, as well as reveal the pros and cons of the most luxurious accommodation in the Eternal City. Below you’ll find, probably, the best hotels in Rome!


“Westin Excelsior Rome (Starwood Hotels & Resorts)” – a boutique hotel in the famous Roman street Via Vittorio Veneto!

Such concept as a standard room simply does not exist in the luxurious walls of a boutique hotel on the famous Roman street Via Vittorio Veneto. Exclusive interiors, expensive furniture and rich decoration – everything is arranged here as it shall be in the top world hotels.

The proximity to the business district of Rome and the popular tourist destinations, the Spanish Steps and Piazza di Spagna, as well as the availability of well-equipped conference rooms, have made the hotel a favorite destination for successful businesspersons. Condé Nast Traveler noted the Excelsior’s Villa Cupola Suite on its Gold List as the largest suite in a European luxury hotel.

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“Hotel Capo d’Africa” – a hotel a few steps from the Colosseum!

Rather unusual name for a luxury hotel, which is nevertheless closer to the Colosseum than to the African continent. The design style of rooms and lobby does not pretend to be particularly chic. Such accents of decor as cacti in pots and animal prints, imitating the color of animals, in hotel interiors look very bizarre and uncommon.

Young guests here are pampered with special treatment – a welcome gift, bathrobes of children's sizes, milk and cookies before bedtime. Older guests can enjoy a cocktail just under the stars on the rooftop restaurant terrace.

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“Casa Howard GuestHouses (Capo le Case Rome)” – a world famous, fashionable, elite guest house in Rome!

This fashionable hotel is a joint creation of its owner, Jennifer Forneris-Howard, a daughter of the famous fabric designer Luciano Forneris, and her husband, Count Massimigliano Leonardo di Casalino. Luxurious hotel interiors, distinguished by chic and extraordinary comfort, often adorn the pages of travel guide publishers (“Lonely Planet – Best of Rome”, “Guidebook: TimeOut Rome”, “Guide Book: Rome For Romance”).

Guests are pampered with gifts in special packaging – home-made Tuscan olive oil and custom-made shopping bags. If booking a Chinese room, the guests can relax in the steam bathroom, built below floor level. The options without in-room amenities are less acceptable but more affordable. Casa Howard has developed a unique pricing policy – rates are reduced by one dollar for each subsequent reservation.

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“Sina Bernini Bristol” – a hotel near the Triton Fountain and panoramic views of Rome!

The most demanding tourists willing to experience royal service will find here exactly what they dream about. The guest book contains the names of great people – the Prussian King Frederick II, Princess of Wales and Queen Elizabeth, as well as other prominent politicians, famous personalities from the business world. The hotel was named after Bernini – the world famous sculptor (Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini), who built in 1642 the magnificent Fontana del Tritone.

The masterpiece even nowadays adorns the hotel courtyard. The building is located at the highest point in Rome, so that from the windows of the rooftop restaurant L’Olimpo, the guests can admire the amazing panoramas of the city. And those who are lucky enough to stay in the Suite, can enjoy gorgeous views from the window right from their room.

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Boutique hotel in Rome – “Il Palazzetto” nestled in the building of International Wine Academy of Rome!

The luxurious boutique hotel, settled in the former estate of the aristocratic family of the 16th century, is an excellent option for those who are looking for the perfect location. The hotel is situated in the same building as the International Academy of Wine, as well as steps from the Spanish Steps and walking distance to other Roman sights. The hotel has only four Deluxe rooms where the guests can enjoy the author's design, chic bed and a minibar with a noble drink. Here there is a cozy home atmosphere enhanced by the warmth of the wood fireplace in the library.
The only inconvenience is the location of the spa and restaurant – in the neighboring Hassler Hotel, but this is the modest price you’ll pay for such a unique stunning setting.

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