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Campo Marzio
20 reviews
The city's first true design hotel, the De Russie has managed admirably . . . to keep fresh. — The Telegraph
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Campo Marzio
18 reviews
Since its founding in 1893, the Hassler has been a pillar of luxury accommodation in Rome. — Afar Magazine
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
19 reviews
In a city filled with splashy grande dames, Eden’s inconspicuous spot near the Spanish Steps quietly dazzles, belying the glamour beyond. — Wallpaper
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Campo Marzio
18 reviews
One of the best addresses for a weekender in Rome is Portrait Roma – Lungarno Collection. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Monti
15 reviews
If there’s one thing that a visit to Rome’s Villa Spalletti Trivelli proves, it’s that hospitality runs through this family’s veins. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Esquilino
14 reviews
Thanks to its interesting public areas (the rooftop pool alone is almost worth the price of admission), this colorful deluxe establishment works well for groups, gatherings and...individuals. — Star Service
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Campo Marzio
11 reviews
Appealing especially well to business travelers, and young families, plus anyone wanting a no-fuss, comfortable stay in Rome. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Trastevere
10 reviews
A former convent, built on the site of the suburban home of Emperor Nero's mother, this enviably located hotel in the heart of historic Rome is housed in a chic and sprawling villa, complete with panoramic cityscapes, verdant gardens and an outdoor pool. — The Telegraph
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
12 reviews
A slick hotel, with ultra-cool, contemporary rooms and every facility. — Rough Guide
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Campo Marzio
14 reviews
Once inside, you have a good idea of what you're here for—luxury. — Travel + Leisure
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Parioli
11 reviews
With one of the best outdoor swimming pools in central Rome, this luxury hotel perches on the edge of Villa Borghese. — Lonely Planet
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
13 reviews
If money is no object, here's a good place to spend it. — Frommer's
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Campo Marzio
13 reviews
Arguably the most characterful and inviting hotel in central Rome. — Rough Guide
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Ludovisi / Via Veneto
11 reviews
Classical elegance, Mediterranean flair and knockout service reign supreme at this regal retreat. — Jetsetter
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Monti
12 reviews
The Nerva is very well located, however, and rooms are pleasant, if a little old-fashioned. The staff and proprietors are a friendly bunch. — Time Out
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Campo Marzio
9 reviews
Situated between Via Condotti and Via Borgogna, the Hotel d’Inghilterra originally served as a guesthouse for the Torlonia princes during the 17th century. — Travel + Leisure
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Esquilino
13 reviews
The St. Regis Rome is a grand five-pearl hotel of the Belle Epoque era, with modern amenities. — Oyster
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Campo Marzio
7 reviews
The 29 rooms and suites themselves are more appealing and spacious for Rome (the smallest clocks in at about 220 square feet). — Travel + Leisure
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Monti
11 reviews
Hidden behind a discreet entrance in a quiet street near the Imperial Forums, this chic boutique hotel is pure gold. — Lonely Planet
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Trastevere
11 reviews
Imagine an orange grove, with rooms, in the heart of the centro storico. — The Telegraph
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