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The Inn At The Roman Forum prides itself to be the only luxury hotel in Rome that possesses Roman vintage ruins. This place serves as a luxury residence-cum-antique house; a real grab for history lovers on vacation! A stone gallery that dates back to 2000 years welcomes you with its arcane engravings near the entrance of The Inn. There's a garden full of palm and fig trees to replenish the zest you might have lost due to fatigue, on your journey. This place balances between the vintage and the modern world very well, with all the amenities to suit the comfort of its guests.
One of the world's oldest hotels, Albergo del Sole al Pantheon is one of the most sought-after hotels in Rome because of its position in Piazza della Rotonda (where the Pantheon is situated). In keeping with the name, the sun is emblazoned across the floor tiles, on the walls, and on the hotel room doors. The rooms are elegantly decorated and welcoming, and the bathrooms are decorated in white ceramic (most are fitted with a Jacuzzi). Breakfast is served on the terrace during the summer.
Situated near the Campo de' Fiori, close to the famous Ghetto, this small hotel has an atmosphere that is both distinctive and inviting. It rose from the remnants of the ancient Pompeo, the first walled theater that was inaugurated in 55 BCE. You can see pieces of its past in the semicircular walls of the breakfast and the meeting rooms. The rooms are all doubles with cherry wood furniture and terracotta tiled floors; some rooms have attics and others have paneled ceilings. The bathrooms come with bath and shower. For reservations and more information, call ahead.
Hotel Nazionale Rome in Montecitorio is located right at the heart of the old town, near the most beautiful and interesting piazzas and monuments. It is housed in an historic palace from the 16th century, and you can absorb the period atmosphere thanks to the beautiful decor and antique furniture. Rooms and suites are welcoming, with plenty of refinement in their detail. The staff is both courteous and knowledgeable.
This traditional hotel is housed in an old building, part of which dates back to the 15th Century. In the 1850s it was turned into one of the most elegant hotels in Rome, frequented by guests from all over the world. Recently restored, the dining rooms, period furnishings, paintings and antique lamps which decorate the salons are of particular note. Fifth floor rooms all have balconies with a view.
The Bernini Bristol is one of the best hotels in Rome located in the core of the city. Established in 1870 and property of the Bernini family, the foyer still has the 18th century tapestries and antique rugs. The decor is just as opulent, rich with marble, precious textiles and period furniture. There are two restaurants, Corallo and Opale, which offer culinary delights as well as a splendid view of the Tritone fountain.
Situated in Rome, 1.1 km from Spanish Steps and 1.2 km from Piazza Barberini, Spanish Steps Up offers free WiFi and air conditioning. Housed in a building dating from 1950, this apartment is 1.9 km from the Via Margutta. Boasting a DVD player, the apartment has a kitchenette with a dishwasher, a microwave and a fridge, a living room with a seating area and a dining area, 2 bedrooms, and 2 bathrooms with a bidet and a bath or shower. A TV with satellite channels is offered. Popular points of interest near the apartment include Quirinale, Piazza di Spagna and Via Condotti. The nearest airport is Rome Ciampino Airport, 16 km from Spanish Steps.
The Hotel Quirinale has a long tradition of high-class hospitality. The building was constructed in 1865 at the time the famous Via Nazionale was being built. An internal garden theatre separates the hotel from the Opera Theatre. It was at this hotel that famous composers and musicians such as Puccini and Verdi and many members of Italian and foreign aristocracies stayed. The rooms are all resplendent with antique furniture, predominantly in Imperial style.
Hotel Eden is housed in a late 19th-century palazzo. It is a stylish, elegant hotel whose beauty lies in its tasteful decor. The entrance is sumptuous, featuring fine decor details such as luxurious drapes, carpets, paintings and porcelain, making the surroundings even more refined and chic. The rooms are decorated with period furniture and offer magnificent views of the city. There is a beautiful roof garden next to La Terrazza restaurant.
This elegant hotel was built in the early 1900s following the designs of Marcello Piacentini and Swiss interior decorator Emilio Vogt. Ambasciatori Palace Hotel is located in the famous Via Veneto, in the heart of the city, in front of the United States Embassy (which was once the residence of Queen Margherita.) Each of the rooms is furnished with antique rugs and period furniture. The halls are decorated with frescoes by the Venitian Guido Cadorin, and evoke memories of life in the thirties.
What used to be the Grand Hotel, founded in 1894 by Cesar Ritz and which became Rome's model hotel, has been re-opened after a restoration period that took a year to complete. It is now called The St Regis Grand Hotel, Rome. The decor and the services provided are aimed at making this hotel the best in Europe. The restaurant and bars housed in this hotel, offer guests a choice in dining, ranging from regional, Mediterranean cuisine to contemporary creative concoctions.
Since 1906, the prestigious Excelsior has maintained a refined elegance in accommodation, and has for many decades, welcomed the world's elite. The rooms have all the amenities expected of an upscale hotel, but most impressive of all is the 1100-meter suite, located on the fifth and sixth floors, which has a fitness room, private swimming pool, cinema and a cellar stocked with 200 different types of wine! Rooms feature high ceilings, antique furnishings and marble bathrooms.