4.4 DOM Hotel Rome

DOM Hotel, Rome

New York Times

“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.

$ 264 $ 264 $ 264 $ 264
4.3 Hotel Navona Rome

Hotel Navona, 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.”

$ 78 $ 78 $ 78 $ 78
4.7 Brunetti Suite Rome

Guesthouse Brunetti Suite, Rome


“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.”

$ 57 $ 57 $ 57 $ 57
4.6 Campo de' Fiori Rome Hotel

Boutique Hotel Campo de’ Fiori, Rome


“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.”

$ 104 $ 104 $ 104 $ 104
4.6 Hotel Lunetta Rome

Hotel Lunetta, Rome


“This four-star hotel near Campo de’ Fiori will wow you with its ultra-modern black-and-white marble interiors and 30 recently refurbished rooms, but it’s a surprise in the basement that’ll have you posting on Facebook — the original Roman-era walls of the Theater of Pompey.”

$ 149 $ 149 $ 149 $ 149
4.5 The First Hotel Rome

Hotel The First, Rome


“This super-chic, five-star art hotel just around the corner from Piazza del Popolo attracts well-heeled guests who want a base in the heart of Rome’s shopping district. The First offers one of Rome’s best views: roof-top tiles, domes and bell towers.”

$ 408 $ 408 $ 408 $ 408
4.8 Palazzo Scanderbeg Rome

Aparthotel Palazzo Scanderbeg, Rome


“Built in the 15th century, this beautifully renovated palazzo offers a collection of apartment-style suites perfect for large families and groups. Each minimalist-modern apartment offers large bedrooms, sprawling living spaces and sleek kitchens equipped with designer Alessi appliances.”

$ 250 $ 250 $ 250 $ 250
4.6 G-Rough Hotel Rome

G-Rough Hotel, Rome

New York Times

“Like a Fellini film, the G-Rough deftly balances the refined and the rugged, creating a sophisticated hotel with both a sense of place and a sense of style.”

$ 409 $ 409 $ 409 $ 409
4.4 Palazzo Cinquecento Rome

NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento Hotel, Rome

New York Times

“Travelers arriving by train will appreciate the hotel’s quiet, easily accessed location. And those who have seen and done Rome’s main sights may appreciate its proximity to lesser-known ones.”

$ 191 $ 191 $ 191 $ 191
4.8 JK Place Rome Hotel

J.K. Place Roma Hotel, Rome

New York Times

“Midcentury furniture mingles with marble sculptures at the J.K. Place Roma, a 30-room hotel that opened in 2013. The eye-catching design by the architect Michele Bönan features colorful palettes, stately four-poster beds and common spaces adorned with Berber rugs and a futuristic chandelier.”

Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Rome.

$ 477 $ 477 $ 477 $ 477