Best Hotels in Rome

Best Hotels in Rome

Find out which are the best rated Hotels in Rome according to expert ratings of The Telegraph and customers experience of Tripadvisor.com, Booking.com and Hotels.com.



The H'All Tailor Suite

Via Giuseppe Pisanelli, 23, Rome



The H'All Tailor Suite

A chic and stylish hotel in Rome's upscale Borghese neighbourhood, with 14 luxuriously appointed rooms, highly attentive and personalised service and, not least, a gourmet restaurant helmed the owner, who also happens to be one of the city's most celebrated chefs. The hotel is on a quiet tree-lined street in the exclusive and affluent Borghese/Parioli neighbourhood. A metro stop, is less than a 10-minute walk away. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at The H'All Roma Hotel's website or at Hotels.com


Hotel de la Ville

Via Sistina, 69, Rome



Hotel de la Ville

Having unveiled Hotel de la Ville, Rocco Forte Hotels confirms its top spot in stylish luxury while revealing a playful side that appeals to the younger set. Themed cocktails and a chic rooftop leaven the lavish Grand Tour-inspired décor with a whimsy more Wilde than Byron. Sitting at the top of the Spanish Steps, Hotel de la Ville occupies one of the most enviable addresses in Rome. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Hotel de la Ville website or at Booking.com


Margutta 19

Via Margutta, 19, Rome



Margutta 19

Since opening in summer 2017, Margutta 19 has already become a word-of-mouth success among savvy travellers. This 16-room charmer has it all: stylish design, a prime centro storico setting with hidden garden, and a restaurant that attracts plenty of outside custom. The cobbled backstreet lane of Via Margutta, between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo, has long been Rome’s most celebrated artists’ street. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Margutta 19 Hotel's website or at Booking.com


Casa Fabbrini

Vicolo delle Orsoline, 13, Rome



Casa Fabbrini

‘Home away from home’ is an overused phrase but it’s one that exactly catches the charm of this four-room hotel, hidden away in a cobbled cul-de-sac in Rome’s centro storico, five minutes’ walk from the Spanish Steps and a short hop from the fashion strip of Via Condotti. With its mix of vintage design pieces and modern country touches it feels like the kind of classy Roman pad you could happily move into. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Casa Fabbrini Hotel's website or at Booking.com


Hotel Locarno

Via della Penna, 22, Rome



Hotel Locarno

A hotspot for artists and creatives such as Mimmo Palladino, Enzo Cucchi and Federico Fellini since the 1960s, this Art Deco jewel remains simultaneously sceney and classic. Pre-dinner cocktails in the courtyard are guaranteed to impress even the fussiest guest. The hotel is wedged between the river and Villa Borghese park in the Tridente district, close to Piazza del Popolo’s timeless Rosati aperitif bar and next door’s stellar Dal Bolognese restaurant. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Hotel Locarno website or at Booking.com


Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese

Via Lombardia, 47, Rome



Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese

A 5-star restyled hotel with dazzling rooftop views to the dome of St Peter's Basilica and beyond. Sleek white-on-white rooms, a lush restaurant, and a champagne bar usher this historic hotel into the 21st century. This landmark hotel is located in one of the most enviable locations in the city, just around the corner from the swish restaurants and boutiques along Via Veneto and overlooking Villa Borghese, one of Rome’s loveliest and most storied parks. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Sofitel Rome Villa Borghese Hotel's website or at Booking.com


Hotel De Russie

Via del Babuino, 9, Rome



Hotel De Russie

A 5-star hotel in a prime location with suave Ancient-Rome-meets-Art-Deco décor, and a raft of curated experiences – but the headliner will always be the courtyard, home to the hotel’s classy cocktail bar and restaurant. It is located in Rome's centro storico, between the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo, retaining some of the bohemian air of centuries past, when it was the city’s artists’ quarter. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Hotel De Russie website or at Booking.com


The St. Regis Rome

Via Vittorio E. Orlando, 3, Rome



The St. Regis Rome

One of Rome's flagship luxury hotels since iconic hotelier César Ritz welcomed the first illustrious guests in 1894. The St. Regis overlooks Piazza della Repubblica and the Baths of Diocletian, just steps from the Termini train station. Though the hotel lists several Rome highlights – the Trevi Fountain, Spanish Steps, and Via dei Condotti – as within walking distance, guests are more than 15 minutes by foot to any of these. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at The St. Regis Rome website or at Booking.com


Gran Meliá Rome

Via del Gianicolo, 3, Rome



Gran Meliá Rome

When the Gran Meliá Rome on the panoramic Gianicolo Hill bills itself as an urban resort, it doesn’t oversell. Its location in the heart of historic Rome is undeniably urban, while its lush grounds and pools, fine-dining, glam lounge and elegant spa create an all-inclusive, luxury-resort atmosphere.It's walking distance from St. Peter’s Basilica and, across the Tiber, Rome’s historic centre. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Gran Meliá Rome website or at Booking.com


Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte

Via della Fontanella di Borghese, 56, Rome



Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte

A 4-star regal suites in Palazzo Ruspoli, historic residence of the aristocratic Ruspoli Bonaparte family, an exclusive peek into the heart of a noble Roman palace. The residence occupies an upper floor of the stately 16th-century Palazzo Ruspoli just off the luxury-boutique-lined Via dei Condotti and a two-minute stroll from Piazza di Spagna. Walk to highlights like the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, and Piazza Navona, or take the metro beneath the Spanish Steps to locations across the city. Check client reviews on Tripadvisor or check room availability at Residenza Ruspoli Bonaparte website or at Booking.com