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The Rome Cavalieri, like the Hassler and St. Regis, is synonymous with five-star luxury in Rome. Full review →
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.
This 1960s classic on lofty Monte Mario may be a fair hike from the sights... but there's regular shuttle-bus service, and the payback is the amazing view over the centro storico.
Expect "luxury to the nth degree" at this hotel looking out over the Eternal City atop Monte Mario, Rome’s highest hill. Full review →While the location is "a bit out of the way," it’s also "ideal for avoiding the hustle and bustle."
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. Full review →Ask for a guest room facing the city.
Rome Cavalieri best exemplifies the dual nature of the Eternal City’s personality — decadent dolce vita and a magnetic sense of history Full review →No matter what, always ask for a terrace table.
A giant hotel in extensive grounds near the Vatican that has recently been taken to an extra level of luxury as part of the Waldorf Astoria group. Full review →
Opulent hillside retreat overlooking the Eternal City, with a three-Michelin-starred restaurant and a palatial spa. Full review →
The hotel has excellent facilities, including extensive gardens, an outdoor swimming pool, plus a fine art collection.
The 370 rooms are luxurious and have big windows and furnished terraces. Full review →
Rome’s best hotel... if you can afford it, it is worth staying here once.
A hive abuzz with busy staffers and a nonstop maintenance team, this hotel operates with a gleaming presence few competitors can match. Full review →
This 1960s luxe player perched high above the city on verdant Monte Mario offers everything from museum-quality artworks in the lobby, to Rome’s leading gourmet restaurant, La Pergola, via three outdoor swimming pools and a huge, full-featured spa and fitness club Full review →
Three miles outside the city center, this sprawling 1960 urban hotel with a 15-acre private park sits atop the highest hill in Rome, offering sweeping city views. Full review →
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