Luxury Hotels in Rome
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- Piazza Navona
- Spanish Steps
- Campo de' Fiori
- Roman Forum
- Piazza Venezia
- Vatican Museums
- Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore
- Piazza del Popolo
- Villa Borghese
- Piazza della Repubblica
- Lido di Ostia
- Gemelli Polyclinic
- Bambino Gesu Hospital
- Piazza Bologna
- University of Roma-La Sapienza
- Piazza di Spagna
- Santa Maria in Trastevere
Rome Luxury Hotels
Best areas in Rome for luxury hotelsRome isn’t only rich with elegant ancient ruins, bright white Renaissance architecture, and culinary delights – it also boasts an abundance of luxury hotels. In the Modern Center of Rome, you’ll find upscale hotels lined-up beside stylish boutiques and restaurants. West of here, the heart of the city’s Old Rome district dazzles with high-class hotels, grouped beside fountain-clad piazzas. For a quieter area, stay in one of the many luxury hotels sprinkled across the Prati district, based between the Vatican City and the shimmering River Tiber.
Top luxury hotels in RomeThe UNA Hotel Roma, conveniently located beside the main Roma Termini train station in the Modern Center, offers sleek and spacious modern rooms with balconies boasting sweeping city views. The Starhotels Metropole is another Modern Center marvel, championing vast, elegant rooms and a relaxed bar lounge bathed in a golden glow. If you’re searching for a luxury Rome hotel with stress-alleviating pampering facilities, check out the Rome Cavalieri Waldorf Astoria, which offers tennis courts, outdoor pools, and a full-service spa.
Where to find the best fine dining in RomeRome’s high-end restaurant scene celebrates meticulously prepared Mediterranean dishes, international fusion cuisine, and modern takes on traditional Roman recipes. You’ll find Michelin-rated restaurants dotted across the entire 1st Municipality – compromised of Old Rome and the Modern Center. For Michelin-starred restaurants, dine at the southern edge of the Northern Center, near the lush Villa Borghese park. For unassuming yet taste bud illuminating rustic Roman dining, see the quaint and cozy restaurants cast across Old Rome. The 5-star hotels in the Modern Center, meanwhile, contain fine dining in-house restaurants, too.
The most unique things to do in RomeWhen you’re in Rome, you can’t pass up the chance to see the Vatican City – headquarters of the Catholic Church – and its grand 15th-century Sistine Chapel. For a truly VIP experience, skip the Sistine’s queues and book exclusive after-hours tour tickets of the chapel. Not only will you receive insightful, expert information from private tour guides, you’ll have the whole chapel to yourself, allowing you to gaze at Michelangelo’s ceiling mural in total tranquility. Cap of this cultural caper with a lavish private dinner inside the Vatican Museums, and sip champagne while gazing at the spot-lit St Peter’s Basilica. Serious shoppers, meanwhile, can splurge in the designer fashion boutiques and jewelry stores strung along the Via Condotti in Old Rome, which include such names as Prada, Gucci, and Louis Vuitton.
Best ways to get around RomeRome’s extensive public underground metro network essentially covers all of the city – a convenient way to whizz from sight to sight. For a more relaxing mode of transport, travel via taxicab – they’re in abundance across Rome, and can be hailed on the street or booked from your hotel. Many luxury hotels in Rome also offer town car and limo services – a stylish and stress-free way to cruise the winding streets, and an especially welcome way home after a night out in Rome’s restaurants and rooftop bars.
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