If you’re planning a trip to Rome, the options of hotels you get to choose from are many ranging from luxury to budget hotels. Here’s a list of some of the best hotels in Rome to stay at on your trip.
The H’All Tailor Suite
This elegant and trendy hotel is on a quiet street in upscale Rome in the affluent Borghese neighborhood, less than 10 minutes away from the central Piazza del Popolo. The city’s major monuments such as the Vatican or the Castel Sant’Angelo are within walking distance, making it an ideal stay for those who wish to stay close to the action Rome has to offer, but an oasis away from the commotion. With 14 luxurious rooms that come at a rate of £161 per night, this hotel also boasts a gourmet restaurant headed by one of the city’s most celebrated chefs.
Gran Meliá Rome
Located on the panoramic Gianicolo Hill, this luxury restaurant imparts an urban feel with its lush surroundings, fine-dining ambiance, and elegant services. Being in the heart of historic Rome, this hotel has a unique style that combines both the essence of Rome and a cosmopolitan touch. It also offers a wide range of amenities – two pools, a patio bar, a bistro, and a spa, among others. Their elegant rooms with all the sophisticated trimmings go for £197 per night.
Situated behind the Piazza Navona, Hotel Raphael manages to combine an Old World charm with a New World sensibility, and is located very close to some of the most amazing sights the city has to offer. Designed with an ecological conscience, this certified bio-hotel focuses on nature with its organic products, organic vegetarian food, and sustainable energy. The hotel’s bold rooms made in Richard Meier’s trademark styles, go for £151 per night.
Since opening in 2017, this hotel has become a favorite of travelers with its beautiful location in the cobbled backstreet of Via Margutta, which has been the most celebrated artist’s street in Rome. The air of sophisticated chic of the place is shared by the hotel itself with its secret gardens that provide entry into the Villa Medici. One of the most luxurious hotels the city has to offer and the only one with full hotel services and a well-curated restaurant that is run by Michelin-starred chef Angelo Troiani, this hotel gives you a feeling of exclusivity that is reflected in its £295 per night price tag.