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This hotel shines in every respect. The room was so beautiful and comfortable that I wanted to stay in. Full review →
Elegant turn-of-the-century hotel near the Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps. Full review →
Starwood gone Italian. Modern cream accents and designer furniture are brought to life with brass cherubs and Roman statues.
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.
This "very elegant" 1889 hotel between Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps is surrounded by the gardens of the Ludovisi, Borghese, and Malta villas. Full review →
One of Rome’s historic hotels with an illustrious guestbook, the Eden is beautifully decorated and works like clockwork.
One of Rome's top luxury lodgings... this superlative hotel combines dashing elegance, exquisitely lush interiors, and stunning vistas with true Italian hospitality. Full review →
Personal touches are key in all Dorchester Collection properties, and Hotel Eden in particular, with state-of-the-art in-room services to the clever shoeshine, dental and beauty kits. Full review →Skip rooms below the third floor, and avoid any internal courtyard.
Rome's top choice for discerning travelers who like their comforts striking but not ostentatious. Full review →
Classically elegant yet refreshingly unstuffy grande dame in a 19th-century villa near the Spanish Steps. Full review →
Impeccable service, refined rooms and superb views are the deal at the Eden, one of Rome’s most glamorous hotels. Full review →
Longtime preferred retreat for world leaders and such celebs as Ingrid Bergman; done in classic Italian style, with plush fabrics and marble baths. Full review →
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.
While the guest rooms and common areas are chief interests, the dining room piques the interest of gourmands, its Michelin star brightening up place. Full review →Request a room with a balcony, though all are small Juliet models.
Elegant and understated, the historic Eden retains its air of exclusivity thanks in part to its location, a street away from the often aggressive luxury of via Veneto. Full review →
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. Full review →
In a city filled with splashy grande dames, Eden’s inconspicuous spot near the Spanish Steps quietly dazzles, belying the glamour beyond. Full review →
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