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The First Luxury Art Hotel

The First Luxury Art Hotel Rating: 5.0 Pearls

The First Luxury Art Hotel is a 29-room boutique in the historic center of Rome near the Spanish Steps. The property has an elegant, modern design with contemporary art and top-notch technology. Rooms and suites have ample space, iPod docks, Nespresso machines, and big marble bathrooms. The hotel's restaurant has a Michelin-starred chef and the rooftop cocktail garden has 360-degree views of Rome, but some guests note the hotel is difficult to find.

Palazzo Manfredi

Palazzo Manfredi Rating: 4.5 Pearls

This luxury boutique hotel stands out for its incredible views -- guests can take in the nearby Colosseum from the rooftop restaurant and lounge, as well as from their rooms (these view rooms cost a bit more). The 16 rooms themselves are quite spacious for European standards and have modern decor, flat-screen TVs and dim lighting (that's almost too sexy to be practical). The rooftop restaurant, Aroma, offers fine dining and spectacular views -- and serves a free American-style buffet breakfast daily. All in all, it's a great option for luxury and romance -- but it's pricey, and aside from the Colosseum (which is across the street), there aren't many sights or restaurants in the immediate area.

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.

Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie

Rocco Forte Hotel de Russie Rating: 4.5 Pearls

The luxurious Hotel de Russie is located in a posh neighborhood near the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo. This 122-room property combines style and comfort, starting in the cozy lobby with plush sofas and appealing artwork. Bright rooms feature tasteful, modern decor and marble bathrooms. Suites provide extra living space, as well as French doors leading out to small private balconies. Highlights at this upscale hotel include the on-site spa -- with hammock-like loungers, a big Jacuzzi pool, and Turkish steam bath -- and an interior courtyard with a beautiful terrace and gardens. Le Jardin de Russie is a sophisticated place to dine, and the buffet-style Stravinskji Bar provides trendy lounge seating. Location, amenities, and the lush garden in the middle of Rome make this hotel a great high-end pick.

Radisson Blu Es. Hotel, Rome

Radisson Blu Es. Hotel, Rome Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Radisson Blu offers a lot more than most Roman hotels in terms of features. Number one is the large outdoor pool -- pretty much unheard of in this city. It also boasts a small fitness center, a spa, and two decent dining options. But the tradeoff for these perks is that the hotel is located in the neighborhood around the Termini station -- an area filled with graffiti and run-down shops, known to be unsafe at times. In addition, the once-trendy rooms, which have an IKEA-esque feel, have not aged well and could use a renovation. The location is far from most tourist sights, so families and couples might be better off looking elsewhere. Business travelers may appreciate the meeting space, however.

Trilussa Palace Congress & Spa

Trilussa Palace Congress & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Noted for catering to both vacationing couples and business travelers, the Trilussa Palace Congress & Spa in Trastevere features rooms with an understated Louis XVI-style decor. The standout feature of the property is the large spa, which offers a wide range of treatments for an additional charge. During the warmer months, the rooftop garden is open and houses a small cocktail bar as well. The picturesque surrounding area with its medieval architecture contains an assortment of shops and trattorias, but most popular tourist sights are not within easy walking distance.

Duke Hotel

Duke Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Duke Hotel is a 78-room upscale hotel in a calm, affluent residential area of Rome. Spacious rooms have plenty of natural light and flat-screen TVs, but decor falls a bit short of what one expects from a four-pearl property. The hotel is far from the tourist sights but offers a free shuttle service to the city center for guests. It’s more affordable than centrally located hotels in this pearl category, making it ideal for travelers looking to save by staying outside of the tourist action.

Parco Dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa

Parco Dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa Rating: 4.0 Pearls

The Parco Dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa is located in the Parioli district near the beautiful Villa Borghese park (but far from most tourist sights). The grand, opulent lobby has plush seating, chandeliers, and lovely artwork. Rooms are traditional in style with crisp white bedding and updated amenities. Marble bathrooms are finished with crown molding and jetted shower/tub combos. Many rooms also include a private terrace with great views of the Villa Borghese park. Hotel features include an outdoor courtyard garden with big heated pool and the Prince Spa, complete with indoor pool and steam room. There are many restaurants and cafes within a 10-minute walk, but the on-site restaurant and Bar La Pomme are also convenient dining and drink choices.

Babuino 181

Babuino 181 Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Split between two buildings, the 24-room Babuino 181 is an upscale boutique ideal for the discerning traveler. The rooms are modern and well-furnished, with high-end amenities such as Nespresso coffee machines, iPod docks, comfortable mattresses, and soft bedding. The spacious bathrooms have large glass walk-in showers and separate soaking tubs. There’s also a popular rooftop terrace breakfast room and cocktail lounge for guests. Even with the hefty price tag, the sheer space of the rooms makes this a top option for its tier.

Hotel Rex

Hotel Rex Rating: 3.5 Pearls

There's nothing special about the "look" of this hotel -- the rooms are drab and outdated (though modern in terms of tech, with flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi), and it's in the city center, like dozens of other hotels. What sets it apart from other boutique hotels in the area is that the Hotel Rex features amenities that are hard to find in Rome, like a (small) fitness center, a bar and restaurant, meeting rooms, a large rooftop solarium with lounge chairs, and a lounge stocked with books, DVDs, and children's toys. Overall, the hotel is a good value, but be forewarned that while the Hotel Rex is within walking distance of some quaint cafes and attractions, the area isn't as picturesque as spots near the Spanish Steps.


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