After a whirlwind shopping spree down Rome's ritziest street (a designer shoppers dream come true!) Via dei Condotti, the perfect place to drop your bags and rest your pretty little head is the Inn at the Spanish Steps. This boutique hotel was created by the owners of the famed nearby caf--, the historic Caff-- Greco, in the very apartment where Hans Christian Anderson once lived. The rooms are tastefully fitted with fine wood floors, elegant drapes and sculptures donned about. Book a superior room and some of the amenities include a jacuzzi, fireplace and either frescoed or wood-beamed ceilings. METRO: Spagna.
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: Centrally located, Inn at the Spanish Steps provides a home away from home feel.
If you've got fashion on your mind when booking your hotel stay in Rome, look no further than Portrait Suites. The luxury townhouse hotel was designed by none other than the Ferragamo family themselves. It's situated just above Ferragamo's flagship store and conveniently close to Via dei Condotti, a fashionista's dream come true. The rooms are contemporary and chic with black wood paneling, simple grey hues with pictures and sketches of what else, shoes on the walls. The rooftop terrace offers guests the chance to wind down with a glass of wine whilst taking in the breathtaking views of the Roman skyline. METRO: Spagna.
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: Portrait Suites is the perfect boutique hotel option for lovers of fashion.
It's prime location (just behind Piazza Navona) and its gorgeous facade have often made this hotel a hot spot for movie backdrops. The front of the Hotel Raphael is draped in Ivy. While the interior is much like an art gallery with paintings, busts and lithographs scattered about the main lobby. A pleasant spot to wind down the day with a glass of wine is on the hotel's rooftop terrace where one can take in the stunning view of the Chiostro del Bramante. Two floors were recently revamped by the famed American architect Richard Meier, also responsible for the Ara Pacis and the Giubileo church in Rome. BUS: 40, 492, 30, 87, 81.
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: Hotel Raphael is where art and history collide and also boasts a pretty rooftop terrace.
Against the splendid backdrop of Rome, luxury and style come together to bring you The First Roma Arte. Located in the heart of Rome, this 5 star all luxury hotel is located just a short walk from Via del Corso, the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popol. Perfect for exploring the city, it features a range of suites including ones with private jacuzzis. Now completely restored, the building was one a 19th-century palace now offering all the modern comforts of a boutique hotel. It features the All'Oro Michelin star restaurant and a rooftop garden and bar. The perfect place in Rome for a romantic and stylish getaway. METRO: Spagna
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: The name of this hotel says it all - the ultimate in boutique style and luxury.
From the second you walk in, you get the idea that you're in a special place. This is boutique and tailor-made at its best. Understated, the elegant white building seems a residential one, in line with owners' Riccardo Di Giacinto and Ramona Anello mission to make you feel right at home here. As the name indicates it's all about having a truly personal experience. The lobby is a picture of high quality and eclectic furnishings in bold yellows and blues, leading off to a grand dark wood staircase complete with a hanging art installation of the hotel's signature H plus a life-size gorilla model. Guest rooms and suites boast artworks from Rome's Mucciaccia contemporary art gallery and each of the uniquely appointed room have stylish design pieces. No strangers to hospitality, Di Giacinto's All'Oro restaurant has plush and luxury colorful interiors and decadent menus to match, worthy of their recent star rating in the Michelin Guide. METRO: Fleming
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: The H'All Tailor Suite has quirky design touches at every turn and a Michelin star restaurant to match!
More than a boutique hotel but a way of life. On arrival to the unassuming entrance on the cobblestoned Via dell'Arancio, you get the feeling you're about to embark on something special, something decadent. And Hotel Vilon is that and more; a true design feast for all the senses. The hotel is in a former 16th century palazzo and what was the Borghese family home has been given a new life. Milanese designer Giampiero Panepinto created the velvet adorned and gemstone colored public spaces, set designer Paolo Bonfini's touches of cinema characterize the suites, and artwork from Florentine photographer Massimo Listri completes the look. So the aura and excitement of stage drama is felt throughout. Boasting 18 luxurious rooms and suites, each showcases an eclectic, attentive and bespoke design. Services like 24 hour room service and complimentary mini bar soft drinks and snacks are the little details that count. Breakfast is served in the plush Adelaide Restaurant, which is open at lunch and dinner too with contemporary Roman and other regional classics. And enjoy warm hospitality an all-day cocktail in the elegant bar. Arrive to Vilon a guest and leave like you're family. METRO: Spagna
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: The details at Vilon will surprise and delight from the moment you walk through the door.
Set within an 18th-century palazzo formerly the home to the Malaspina dynasty, the Palazzo Dama Hotel brings a touch of style and elegance to Rome like no other. A chic villa if you like, it opened its doors in 2016 and with its elaborate features (no less than a sparkling chandelier taken from the New York's Plaza Hotel), food and beverage offering and designer appointed rooms and suites, it is the epitome of 5-star luxury. A rarity in the heart of Rome, the hotel boasts a swimming pool set in a lush garden where guests lounge about and take a dip in the warmer months with staff readily on hand to serve up a cocktail (or two). The Peruvian-Japanese inspired Pacifico Restaurant and Raspoutin Club are popular with hotel guests and locals alike. METRO: Fleming
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: Old world style with stylish and contemporary amenities and a pool in the heart of the city.
Tucked away on Rome's famed artists' street Via Margutta, it's no surprise that the boutique Rome Luxury Suites property Margutta 19 has a design style and personality of its own. Located perfectly to explore the nearby art galleries and boutiques, many of the main attractions including Piazza di Spagna are walking distance. Spread across two historic palazzos, the hotel boasts 24 luxurious rooms, apartments and suites. Each is fitted with the finest in Italian furnishings and details from the travertine marble in the bathrooms to the plush fabrics and elegant design features. Guests also get to enjoy free local and international calls as well as an insiders' guide to the city on their in-room smart phone. Metro: Spagna
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: For lovers of fine things, the plush settings and the location are unrivaled.
Palazzo Manfredi is a magnificent historic villa that serves today as a small boutique five-star hotel. The beauty is really in the detail at this beautiful establishment, right from its rooms and opulent suites to the spectacular rooftop view of the Colosseum. Here the Aroma restaurant serves up some of the best local produce available, while you sit and bask in the shadow of the most famous monument in the world. Still family run, nothing is too much at this hotel For a special romantic occasion, book the Colosseum Suite set across two levels with an unforgettable view. METRO: Colosseo. BUS: 87
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: The hotel promotes a 0-7 minute policy - the luxury of discovering the major monuments of Rome all less than 7 minutes walk away.
You might not expect a high-end boutique property on Rome's main thoroughfare Via del Corso, yet Corso 281 Luxury Suites sits there grandly, stylishly and quietly, literally a stone's throw from Piazza Venezia. In fact, it really doesn't get much more central than this in the Eternal City. Free wifi throughout, superb designer interiors, Nespresso machines, luxurious Bulgari toiletries and breakfast in bed - this is boutique pampering at its very best. Some of the air-conditioned suites boast views of the grand Piazza Venezia and it actually doesn't end there. It's the service here that really makes all the difference. All the staff act as a concierge with their authentic local tips and know-how, especially the hotel director Natalino Gisonna who will guide you to the very best Rome has to offer. Smart devices are on offer for all guests to help navigate the city like a Roman. METRO: Spagna
Recommended for Boutique Hotels because: Stylish yet understated, you are showered in luxurious treats when you walk into this grand palazzo on Rome's main shopping street.