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Hotel De Russie

Campo Marzio 95 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Exquisite service caters to a cosmopolitan, yet family friendly atmosphere. — BlackBook

The De Russie's modern, pared-down elegance - a million miles from the ostentatious glitz of via Veneto - makes it a hit with the international jet set. — Time Out

The abode of choice for visiting movie stars and well-heeled trendsetters, with stylishly understated doubles, quirkily furnished with plentiful references to the city’s ancient heritage. — Rough Guide

This hotel is furnished in a simple and harmonious style... one of the best hotels in Rome. — Michelin Guide

One of Rome’s top hotels, De Russie is perfectly located off Piazza del Popolo. Guests love its lavish gardens, tranquil spa, and romantic restaurant. — DK Eyewitness

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The Beehive

Esquilino 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This ecological – and economical – bright yellow hotel is run by an American couple. Basic but very well-decorated doubles – all of which share bathrooms – and more spartan dorms, plus... — Rough Guide

The Beehive is a great value for tourists who enjoy the young, energetic vibe of a hostel. — Oyster

The Beehive Hotel and Cafe located not far from Termini train station, is a stylish, affordable spot to stay. — Afar Magazine

A boutique hostel with a whimsical style and an eco-conscious vibe, The Beehive's many personal touches give it the feel of a 'home away from home'. — The Telegraph

American owners Steve and Linda Brenner mix their penchant for design-icon furnishings... with reasonable rates and basic amenities, to create a 'youth hostel meets boutique hotel' vibe. — Time Out

Babuino 181

Campo Marzio 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The chic, pied-a-terre vibe of Babuino 181 is key to its top ranking as one of Rome’s best and most discreet hideaways. — The Telegraph

This stylish hotel with spacious, loftlike accommodations offers top-notch amenities, ultimate privacy, and personalized service. — Fodor's

Sepia-toned photographic murals of iconic Roman monuments set the tone. — Travel + Leisure

Split between two buildings, the 24-room Babuino 181 is an upscale boutique ideal for the discerning traveler. — Oyster

Decorated with contemporary Italian flair, the accommodation is stylishly comfortable and includes breakfast and concierge service. — Rough Guide

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Villa Spalletti Trivelli

Monti 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Live like a noble for a day and escape to the gardens of this Roman retreat just minutes away from the Trevi Fountain. — Insight Guides

This gem of a hotel offers a rare opportunity to experience home life as lived by a Roman nobleman and his family a century ago. — Frommer's

Italian aristos on Rome stopovers love Villa Spalletti Trivelli, and you can see why: It is every inch a home-away-from-palatial-home. — Concierge

Originally belonging to the sister of Napoleon Bonaparte, Villa Trivelli is a stunning example of Roman affluence. — BlackBook

Elegant boutique hotel within a century-old stone mansion near the Quirinale presidential palace. — Andrew Harper

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Hotel Hassler

Campo Marzio 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Legendary hotel in a turn-of-the-century palace located atop the Spanish Steps, a short walk from the Via Condotti, Rome’s most fashionable shopping street. — Andrew Harper

Looking down imperiously from the top of the Spanish Steps, the Hassler remains the grande dame of the city's deluxe hotels. — Time Out

With its superb location at the top of the Spanish Steps, this hotel combines elegance, luxury and tradition. — Michelin Guide

Expect all the best old money can buy. Suites appear as though the interior decorator took each furniture and art piece from Hearst Castle. — BlackBook

A luxury hotel with simple, elegant rooms and every convenience a guest could possibly require. — Rough Guide

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from $498

Rome Cavalieri, Waldorf Astoria Hotels & Resorts

Rome 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Did an Orsini or Borghese die and leave us this Versailles of accommodations? As the crown jewel of the Hilton group, Cavalieri boasts gardens that turn Bel Air into a joke. — BlackBook

Expect "luxury to the nth degree" at this hotel looking out over the Eternal City atop Monte Mario, Rome’s highest hill. — Condé Nast Traveler

In addition to the magnificent view over Rome from its hilltop site, this place feels more like a ritzy resort because of it's vast grounds and Olympic-size pool. — Fodor's

The hotel has excellent facilities, including extensive gardens, an outdoor swimming pool, plus a fine art collection. — Michelin Guide

The 370 rooms are luxurious and have big windows and furnished terraces. — Oyster

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from $300

The Inn At The Roman Forum - Small Luxury Hotel

Monti 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Even in Rome, few hotels can claim their own ancient ruins as this chic boutique hotel can. — Lonely Planet

This 12-room, ivy-draped hotel sits in the crook of a tiny lane between the busy Via Nazionale and the Forum. — Travel + Leisure

This lovely boutique hotel might just have the best location in Rome: It's right across from the entrance to the Roman forum, down the street from the Colosseum. — Afar Magazine

This is one of the secret discoveries of Rome with the Roman Forum itself as a neighbor... dripping with antiquity. — Frommer's

Opened in 2006, this boutique hotel's location, near the Forum but on a picturesque street comfortably off the tourist trail, affords it a more exclusive feel than its sister hotels. — Time Out

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Hotel Santa Maria

Trastevere 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hidden away off a side street in the charming old neighborhood of Trastevere, this three-pearl property was once a monastery. — Oyster

This ivy-covered, mansard-roofed, rosy-brick-red, erstwhile Renaissance-era convent is just steps away from the glorious Santa Maria in Trastevere church and a few blocks from the Tiber. — Fodor's

An oasis of calm in an area relatively untouched by the onslaught of time, Santa Maria has rooms around a charming courtyard filled with citrus trees. — DK Eyewitness

Imagine an orange grove, with rooms, in the heart of the centro storico. — The Telegraph

The rooms of this small three-star surround an orange-tree-filled garden, making it feel far removed from the city. — Rough Guide

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Hotel d'Inghilterra

Campo Marzio 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This old favourite... is pretty good value compared to the cost of hotels of similar quality in this location. — Rough Guide

Historic credentials, a location right in the heart of the boutique-lined former artists’ quarter at the foot of the Spanish Steps, and an intimate, clubby atmosphere make this Roman luxe townhouse hotel a bit of an insider option that inspires fierce loyalty among its many aficionados. — The Telegraph

This hotel has the charming ambience of an elegant private house with delightful, individual- style guestrooms. — Michelin Guide

Rome's most fashionable small hotel. — Frommer's

Hotel d'Inghilterra is an iconic hotel located in the center of the old city, just a few minutes walk away from the Spanish Steps. — Oyster

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from $344

The Westin Excelsior, Rome

Ludovisi / Via Veneto 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Especially popular with the suit ‘n' tie types, and tourists who may not be sporting fanny packs, but definitely raided J-Crew. — BlackBook

This venerable Via Veneto institution still has plenty going for it, from spacious rooms and a small indoor heated pool . . . to the polished, old-fashioned service and polished, old-fashioned décor. — The Telegraph

This Beaux Arts property has occupied prime space on the celebrated Via Veneto since 1906, and was made famous by Federico Fellini’s 1960 movie “La Dolce Vita.". — Oyster

Spoil yourself with a stay in the royal suite... the "dolce vita" at its best!. — Michelin Guide

With prime real estate in Via Veneto, this Beaux-Arts hotel has a history dating back to 1906. — Travel + Leisure

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from $336

Aleph Hotel Rome

Ludovisi / Via Veneto 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

At Hotel Aleph in central Rome, renowned American architect Adam D. Tihany takes on the role of Dante’s Virgil leading his guests through heaven and hell. — Travel + Leisure

This 96-room Boscolo Aleph near the Piazza Barberini is both luxurious and a bit eccentric, with a playful heaven and hell theme. — Oyster

This extremely trendy hotel off Piazza Barberini has an intriguing theme: heaven and hell. — DK Eyewitness

If you're wondering where the beautiful people are, look no further than the Aleph, the most unfalteringly fashionable of Rome's design hotels. — Fodor's

This Adam Tihany-designed flight of fancy has a theme - heaven and hell - with its common areas in various intensities of devil-red, and bright, 'heavenly' bedrooms. — Time Out

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from $234

Boscolo Exedra Roma, Autograph Collection

Esquilino 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Part of Marriott's upscale Boscolo hotel family, the Exedra is right on the Piazza della Repubblica near Termini Station. — Oyster

A study in modern elegance combined with the romance of the past. — Frommer's

Situated between the Baths of Diocletian and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, the 238-room Boscolo Exedra Rome won't have you wanting for extracurriculars when you pass through... — Condé Nast Traveler

On Piazza della Repubblica, Boscolo Exedra hotel has a wonderful roof terrace with prime views over the Diocletian Baths and the Fountain of the Naiads. — DK Eyewitness

From its splendid porticoed exterior to its opulent lobby and its stylish rooms, the Exedra is endlessly glamorous. — Time Out

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from $389

Hotel Raphael - Relais Chateaux

Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The hotel maintains tradition with a refined and typically Italian style. — The Telegraph

Most famous for its terraces overlooking the splendor and rooftops of Rome, the Hotel Raphael has something to offer even if you aren't planning on, say, proposing in that romantic spot. — Condé Nast Traveler

This ivy-draped palazzo in a picturesque square is deservedly popular, particularly with politicians (it's close to the Senate). — Time Out

The Raphaël is a mix of plush traditional style – antiques and rich colours – and sleek contemporary furnishings by American architect Richard Meier. — Rough Guide

A lovely burnt-sienna palazzo, strewn with ivy and fairylights just off the Piazza, Raphael is romantic and stylish. — DK Eyewitness

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from $213

Portrait Roma

Campo Marzio 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Stylish townhouse hotel owned by the Ferragamo family and situated at the heart of Rome’s premier shopping district adjacent to the Spanish Steps. — Andrew Harper

Opened in 2006, Portrait Suites is the latest in a growing portfolio of luxury boutique hotels owned by fashion designer Salvatore Ferragamo. — Time Out

The Ferragamo family’s first Rome hotel is a discreet property with 14 suites and studios above its men’s flagship luxury store on Via Condotti. — Condé Nast Traveler

For those who don't want to stay at the Hassler, but prefer the luxury of an intimate and deluxe boutique hotel, this all-suite inn is the answer. — Frommer's

This 14-suite bolthole, a short sashay from the Spanish Steps, is one of the city’s most stylish luxe options, lent panache by Michele Bonan’s tasteful contemporary-retro design scheme. — The Telegraph

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Hotel Lord Byron

Parioli 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It was Rome's first boutique hotel and still retains much of that jewel-like charm inside, where the design is marble meets modern. — Fodor's

Hidden in a residential neighbourhood of Parioli, the guest rooms here combine modern and Art Deco furnishings, and come with writing desks plus luxurious baths with heated towels. — Rough Guide

The Hotel Lord Byron is a charming 32-room hotel decorated in a 1930s Art Deco style, but it falls significantly short of its advertised 5-star status. — Oyster

One of those small luxury hotels that attracts fierce loyalty, the Lord Byron is a haven of tasteful elegance, with a 1920s vibe, near leafy Villa Borghese. — The Telegraph

Located near the Borghese Gardens in Paroli, the five-star Lord Byron hotel has a standard white exterior and a quieter location away from the city's noisier areas. — Travel + Leisure

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Hotel Indigo Rome - St. George

Navona / Pantheon / Campo de’ Fiori 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened in 2008, this restored 16th century palazzo sits on what might be most beautiful street in Italy. — Travel + Leisure

Interior guru and architect, Lorenzo Bellini, incorporated fancifully modern details in every aspect of his designs, giving great nods to Aalto and Roman masonry. — BlackBook

The St. George is a luxury boutique hotel in a fabulous location. — Oyster

The exclusive St George fronts this traffic-free thoroughfare in a Bramante-designed palazzo offering discreet five-star hospitality in soothing, soberly designed modern rooms. — Lonely Planet

A stylish centro storico bolthole offering elegant rooms, exceptional dining and a roof terrace close to the Vatican, Piazza Navona and Trastevere. — The Telegraph

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from $298

Hotel Lancelot

Monti 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A seasoned clientele makes this their home away from home when in Rome for diplomatic duties or a getaway with the kids. — Travel + Leisure

The family-owned and operated Hotel Lancelot is a mid-range property in the quiet, village-like neighborhood of Celio; a six minute walk to the Colosseum and a two-minute walk to the nearest metro. — Oyster

Expect warmth and hospitality from the minute you walk in the door. — Frommer's

Just 2min from the Colosseum, this friendly family-run hotel has rooms with oriental carpets on wood or terrazzo floors, and an attractive bar. — Rough Guide

Its old-fashioned elegance feels just right in the Celio, an attractive district that, despite being in the shadow of the Colosseum, is a quiet world apart from the city-centre bustle. — The Telegraph

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Hotel Eden - Dorchester Collection

Ludovisi / Via Veneto 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Traditions live on here: guests are greeted by a top-hatted, white-gloved doorman as before entering the opulent lobby with an imposing central staircase fitted with ornamental wrought-iron railings. — Travel + Leisure

Impeccable service, refined rooms and superb views are the deal at the Eden, one of Rome’s most glamorous hotels. — Lonely Planet

The stately Eden is close enough to the Spanish Steps to be central, but because it's tucked away on a quiet street, it retains a tranquil feel. — Concierge

Just off Via Veneto, this former private residence is one of Rome’s most enchanting hotels with an inviting lobby and a fireplace that blazes in winter. — Rough Guide

This hotel shines in every respect. The room was so beautiful and comfortable that I wanted to stay in. — Afar Magazine

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from $877

The St. Regis Rome

Esquilino 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Opened by Carlo Ritz in 1894, the St. — Afar Magazine

The St. Regis... remains a bastion of old-style luxury to put the recent flood of five-star arrivistes in the shade. — Time Out

Over-the-top opulence, five-star service and sumptuous cuisine in the heart of the Eternal City. — Jetsetter

This restored landmark is more plush and upscale than any hotel in the area -- not even the comparable Excelsior or the Eden across town can match its sheer opulence. — Frommer's

The luxury suites of The Regis, Rome feature a myriad of original artwork from the private collections of important contemporary artists, including Luca Pignatelli, Ubaldo Bartolini, and... — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $564

Residenza Paolo VI

Vatican / Borgo 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

For those whom the Vatican City holds a particular significance, the position of the hotel, with its front-row view of St. Peter’s Basilica, couldn’t be much better. — The Telegraph

Its marvelous views of St. Peter's Square rank among the greatest sights in Rome. — Frommer's

In a former monastery that's still an extraterritorial part of the Vatican, this hotel (pronounced Paolo Sesto) enjoys one of the most spectacular perches in Rome. — Fodor's

The Residenza Paolo VI might have one of the most enviable locations in Rome, as the hotel sits directly on Vatican City’s St. Peter’s Square. — Oyster

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