Via Veneto and Piazza Barberini Hotels
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Boscolo Aleph

Boscolo Aleph Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This 96-room Boscolo Aleph near the Piazza Barberini is both luxurious and a bit eccentric, with a playful heaven and hell theme. The underground spa has heaven-inspired decor, and is entered through the vault doors of the old bank, while public areas and restaurants are decked out in dramatic reds. Attractive rooms have Murano glass fixtures and artful black-and-white photos of Roman street life; some have terraces. The hotel definitely has a vibe more suited to adults, but the hotel does provide babysitting services. Just note that the Wi-Fi requires a code for each login, the breakfast is a bit pricey, and showers are not fully enclosed.
The Westin Excelsior, Rome

The Westin Excelsior, Rome Rating: 5.0 Pearls

This Beaux Arts property has occupied prime space on the celebrated Via Veneto since 1906, and was made famous by Federico Fellini’s 1960 movie “La Dolce Vita.” The elegant hotel, rebranded by Westin several years ago, has hosted celebrities and statesmen, and also has the distinction of having the largest suite in Europe, the nearly 12,000-square-foot Villa La Cupola. Some guests say the property is beginning to show its age, but that it offers good value for a five-pearl hotel. Rooms are nicer than at the nearby (and often similarly priced) Rome Marriott Grand Flora, though those looking for a more boutique experience may want to consider The First Luxury Art Hotel.
Boscolo Palace Roma

Boscolo Palace Roma Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The sleek Boscolo Palace is located on the fashionable Via Veneto, across the street from the U.S. Embassy. This 87-room, Marriott Autograph Collection property completed a renovation in 2010, which added modern touches to a period building. Hallways have a stylish pink and gray motif that continues inside the rooms with the striped wallpaper and interesting designer furnishings. Amenities include crisp linens, flat-screen TVs, minibars, and spacious bathrooms with big walk-in showers. This design-focused hotel offers nice perks such as period travertine balconies off some rooms, and a cozy lounge off the lobby with a big flat-screen TV. Beyond the beautiful rooms, there is a spa on-site, as well as the upscale ABC Restaurant and Lounge.
Hotel Savoy

Hotel Savoy Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 124-room Hotel Savoy is a historic property whose elegant ambiance has been well-maintained. Renovated rooms use modern, streamlined decor over the heavy drapes and ochre-based color scheme of the older rooms, which are still clean and comfortable. The rooftop bar is a huge draw and offers impressive views of the city. Despite daily charges for Wi-Fi, the central location make this ideal for both couples and business travelers.
Rose Garden Palace

Rose Garden Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 65-room Rose Palace Hotel is on one of only a few quiet streets in Rome -- where Via Boncompagni branches off Via Veneto at the corner of the American Embassy. The upscale boutique property is within walking distance of some of Rome's best shopping and dining, as well as the Spanish Steps and Borghese Gallery. There's no extra fee for pets and the soundproofed rooms are elegant and spacious. Business travelers can take advantage of a wide array of high-tech conference rooms ranging in size from small to very large; everyone can take advantage of the spacious spa with a small indoor pool, a rare feature for a Rome hotel.
Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora

Rome Marriott Grand Hotel Flora Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Marriott Grand Hotel Flora is located near the Villa Borghese gardens. Traditional, airy rooms are decorated in soft tones and feature flat-screen TVs, stocked minibars, and nice bathrooms with intricate tile work. The highlight of the property is the Alianto Roof Terrace with panoramic views of the park and city, where breakfast is served. The cozy lobby has plenty of lounge space and an appealing fireplace. A lobby bar and restaurant are nice amenities, but Wi-Fi is expensive and the business center is on the small side. The location is within walking distance of the Trevi Fountain and Spanish steps, but more ancient sights such as the Pantheon and Colosseum will be a bit of a trek.
Barocco Hotel

Barocco Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 41-room Barocco is an upscale hotel on the Piazza Barberini. The spacious, upscale rooms have decor in shades of champagne and cream; some have great piazza views. While the hotel is lacking in common space and features (such as spa or fitness facilities), it offers a picturesque piazza location within walking distance of the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain. The extensive breakfast buffet includes pastries, yogurts, fruit, and meats. The nearby Boscolo Palace has more features, including a spa and restaurant, but it charges for Wi-Fi and breakfast.
Gambrinus Hotel

Gambrinus Hotel Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The 57-room boutique Gambrinus Hotel is a restored 18th-century palace. The lobby, with its Roman marble floors and ornate Murano glass sconces and centerpiece chandelier, exudes elegance. Rooms, including suites, with red, beige, green, or yellow striped wallpaper, are pleasant enough, but nicks on the furniture and bathroom soap that comes in liquid dispensers detract from the elegance. While Wi-Fi is free, the connection is sluggish. The location is a bit inconvenient, as not many sights (aside from the Villa Borghese and Via Veneto) are within easy walking distance. There is a bus stop right outside the door, though, and Termini Railway Station is a 15-minute walk. The similarly priced Moses Fountain Hotel and Hotel Rex are slightly more central.
Stylish Room

Stylish Room Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This nine-room boutique is awkwardly located on the second floor of a historic building. But once you get past having to climb the stairs to the front desk, the hotel offers great value: Rooms are large with up-to-date bathrooms and free Wi-Fi, there is free breakfast, and even pets stay for no extra fee. The room decor is contemporary, with wood floors, colorful artwork, bright accent walls, and bedding in shades of white, brown, and gray. Plus, the location is great for sightseeing; the Villa Borghese, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish steps are all within walking distance. If you're looking for lots of amenities, however, you may want to consider staying elsewhere (the hotel has no fitness center and no full restaurant -- just a breakfast room).
Hotel Caprice

Hotel Caprice Rating: 3.0 Pearls

The 40-room Hotel Caprice is a solid mid-range option for tourists on a budget. The rooms are unpretentious with generic, underwhelming decor and cramped bathrooms, but they are clean and functional for this price range. The public areas of the hotel, such as the tiny, windowless breakfast room, aren’t a draw. But the location, steps from Via Veneto and near some of Rome’s most popular tourist destinations, is one of the property’s best assets.


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