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The St. Regis Rome

The St. Regis Rome Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The St. Regis Rome is a grand five-pearl hotel of the Belle Epoque era, with modern amenities. Most guests rave about the helpful concierge and butler service, and the property features include an Asian-themed spa, a fine dining restaurant offering wine cellar tastings, and formal afternoon tea service. Elegant rooms blend several historic decor styles and are adorned with lovely antiques. The hotel is within walking distance of Termini Station, the Trevi Fountain, and the Spanish Steps. The Westin Excelsior, the hotel's sister property on the nearby Via Veneto, is also worth considering.

Boscolo Exedra

Boscolo Exedra Rating: 5.0 Pearls

Part of Marriott's upscale Boscolo hotel family, the Exedra is right on the Piazza della Repubblica near Termini Station. It's housed in a former 19th-century palace and was the first 5-star hotel to be established in Rome. The 238 rooms have elegant neoclassical style in shades of beige and cream; guests can also choose to stay in the Clementino, which was the papal granary in the 17th century. The dramatic entrance, grand lobby, and hallways lined with Roman busts set a formal tone; the hotel requests a business casual dress code in the public and dining areas. There are several dining options, and the seasonal city-view infinity pool is a highlight.

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.

Villa Spalletti Trivelli

Villa Spalletti Trivelli Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This upscale boutique hotel, with just 12 rooms, is housed in a gorgeous historic mansion less than 10 minutes from the Trevi Fountain. Despite its small size, the hotel goes above and beyond with the amenities, offering a gym, spa, lovely outdoor garden, excellent free breakfast, and free Wi-Fi. The rooms blend elegant decor (antique furniture and artwork, patterned bedspreads, crown moldings) with modern technology (iPod docks, flat-screen TVs). The luxurious, large marble bathrooms are the highlight -- all have separate showers and tubs. Many of the rooms overlook the hotel's private courtyard.

Welcome Piram Hotel

Welcome Piram Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 112-room Welcome Piram Hotel is a centrally located pick with a drab exterior and recreated world of 18th-century extravagance within. From gilded rococo-style furnishings to a sea of fine marble, the lobby and common spaces are grand and palatial. Rooms are more subdued in decor, though bathrooms are finished in marble. There is a full-service spa, restaurant serving Roman-style cooking, and cocktail bar with live music. A rooftop garden has views over Rome and loungers for sunbathing. A less-fussy pick is the Augusta Lucilla Palace nearby.

Hotel Turner Rome

Hotel Turner Rome Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 19th century style of this 63-room hotel is opulent (some might say over-the-top), but it feels fitting in this grand, historic city. The rooms have details such as rich wallpaper, crown moldings, chandeliers, and gilded headboards, though some are quite small. The location in a residential area outside of the city center isn't ideal for seeing the sights, but the Porta Pia bus stop is right out the front door. It's an older property, with a few signs of wear, but many will consider the ornate charm ample compensation. Amenities are few, but the hotel does offer a free daily breakfast, rooftop terrace with views of the city walls and Porta Pia gate, and impressive meeting spaces.

River Palace Hotel

River Palace Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 59-room River Palace Hotel is an upscale property that showcases its Italian heritage with Roman busts, Renaissance oil paintings, and even a nod to the Sistine Chapel on the rooms' ceilings. Located a few blocks north from the Piazza del Popolo, the hotel is central and conveniently located for a leisurely stroll to the Spanish Steps. An impressive breakfast is served each morning free of charge, and Wi-Fi throughout is also free. For a similar vibe a little nearer to Rome's touristic center, take a look at the Hotel Locarno.

Eurostars International Palace

Eurostars International Palace Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The 130-room Eurostars International Palace is located about halfway between Termini Station and the Trevi Fountain. It is advertised as a four-star hotel, but priced (and decorated) like a mid-range property. Superior Rooms are more spacious than their Standard Room counterparts, which have cramped bathrooms with tiny shower stalls. The nearby Hotel Rex has more property features as well as free breakfast, but it's five minutes closer to Termini Station (and five minutes farther from the tourist center). All in all, Eurostars International Palace offers solid value for the location, particularly when you take the free Wi-Fi and free airport shuttle into account.

Hotel Campo De' Fiori

Hotel Campo De' Fiori Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The aptly named Hotel Campo De' Fiori is an upscale property located on (you guessed it) the Campo de Fiori, a plaza that functions as an open-air market during the day and a bustling party scene in the evenings. The Piazza Navona and Pantheon are within a 10-minute walk, but most other famous landmarks are farther (about 20 minutes); the hotel can arrange taxis and public transportation is easily accessible. Free breakfast is truly gourmet with espresso, croissants, and chocolate -- but the basement-level dining room feels a bit claustrophobic. The multi-tiered roof terrace features panoramic views of the city. To stay closer to the Spanish Steps and Trevi Fountain for about the same price, check rates at Boscolo Aleph.

Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel

Donna Camilla Savelli Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This elegant, 78-room boutique hotel is located in the Trastevere neighborhood on the right bank of the Tiber River, a bit far from most tourist sights. Lovers of history will likely appreciate the 17th century monastery setting, designed by a well-known Baroque architect and featuring wood-beamed ceilings, arched hallways, and marble floors. Rooms have antique-style furniture (though some bedding is slightly dated rather than charmingly old-world), as well as flat-screen TVs, minibars, spacious bathrooms, and bathrobes. The rooftop terrace offers outstanding panoramic views of the neighborhood, but it lacks seating areas. Those who want to relax outside will have to make do with the pretty courtyard garden on ground level. This is where the free breakfast can be enjoyed in summer months, as well as cocktails in the evening (there is no full restaurant on-site). Parking is free, and Wi-Fi is available in the lobby at no additional charge -- but it's not available in rooms at all.

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  • Aurelio
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  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Basic Television
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  • Westin
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