Here you'll find a list of the best hotels in Rome which have been recommended by critics from The New York Times, The Guardian, Lonely Planet and many more. All hotel recommendations are referenced with customer reviews from several booking platforms and all listed hotels have a rating of at least 4 out of 5 stars.
“This glorious boutique hotel resides in a mansion fitted out with 16th-century tapestries, antique books and original period furnishings. Its 14 romantic suites are elegantly decorated, with lovely green garden views.”
“Hidden behind a discreet entrance in a quiet street near the Imperial Forums, this chic boutique hotel is pure gold. From the friendly welcome to the contemporary-styled rooms and panoramic roof terrace, it hits the jackpot.”
“In a 17th-century palazzo in the historic center, D. O. M is a luxurious hotel with 24 rooms and suites that opened in late 2013. The richly textured décor is an appealing mix of old and new — think artworks ranging from Renaissance-era marble inscriptions to Andy Warhol silk-screens — and the clubby rooftop terrace is a new hot spot for aperitivi in warmer months.”
Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Rome.
“Location is really the key to this unpretentious establishment. The hotel is within easy walking distance of Campo de’ Fiori and the Pantheon and Hotel Navona is on one of the quieter streets.”
“This family-run guest house is a short walk from Piazza del Popolo. Brunetti Suite has seven rooms on two floors — the double rooms aren’t huge, but they’re big enough and well appointed.”
“The best thing about this hotel is its private rooftop terrace, with a 360-degree city view so good that people sit up there even on cold winter evenings. This homey, four-star pad has comfortable baroque-style rooms with expensive drapes, wooden beams and sparkling chandeliers.”