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Opened in 1889 as the first hotel on the Via Veneto, this neoclassical property is "within walking distance of all the sights," including the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain, and the Villa Borghese. Full review →
Founded in 1889, this is the oldest hotel in the area and has played host to celebrities such as Pavarotti and Sylvester Stallone.
The luxurious Majestic was a favorite among Rome's royalty and social climbers and is still a grand, refined hotel lined with luxurious furnishings. Full review →
The lobby’s generous use of marble, hand-carved woods and pops of color on the carpet hint at a place that’s full of energy and has a playful side that an understated exterior hides so well. Full review →
The spacious rooms are beautifully appointed, and many accommodations open onto private balconies. Full review →
Opulent, neoclassical landmark with a generous helping of old-world glamor and modern conveniences on Rome's ultra-chic Via Veneto. Full review →
The Majestic remains one of the bastions of luxury accommodation on the Via Veneta.
Hotel Majestic Roma is a luxurious hotel with an antique neoclassical decor that's ideal for couples seeking a romantic stay. Full review →
Via Veneto’s oldest hotel (1889) has... reminders of its Victorian origins, but colours that have been brightened for a more contemporary feel. Rooms are elegant and spacious.
It sits in between the Hotel Eden and stiffer Sofitel in the ranks. The wonderful terrace dining room is a treat for new and returning guests, and a new caliber of suites is greeting high-end travelers. Full review →
When it comes to glamorous hotels in Rome, few exceed the Hotel Majestic on fashionable Via Veneto. Full review →
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