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Sumptuous villas, with Peruvian haute cuisine restaurants, boutique hotels in the city centre, convents turned into temples of luxury and panoramic rooftops.
Rome is the Italian city that boasts luxury hotels and a long tradition of high quality hospitality. The hotel choices in the Capital seems endless, but are often limited to a tribute to the glories of the past that hold a wistful charm. In recent years, however, several attractive residences have been opened, including romantic gardens, rooftop terraces and elegant suites. Even some historic hotels have undergone a make-over and today have reopened their doors to the city with fine dining and a more contemporary allure.
Here’s our 5-star hotel selection where you can sleep tight and experience all the charm of Rome.
Former residence of the Malaspina family, it owes its name to the noblewomen who enlivened the halls of this art nouveau villa, particularly Marquise Anna Maria Malaspina. Strategically located along the Tiber, between Piazza del Popolo and the Prati district, and characterized by a lavish setting – not exactly an example of minimalism – complete with a beautiful garden with pool. One of its main features is the Pacifico, a Peruvian haute cuisine restaurant (with a branch in Milan).
An obligatory stop for wine lovers. In each of the eight (spacious) suites of this wine themed boutique hotel – owned by the famous and adjacent Pierluigi restaurant – there is a small private and personalized (at the time of reservation) cellar and a Coravin with which you can taste any fine bottle even by the glass. Over a thousand proposals in the cellar and a private bar with great classics.
Fresh from a million-euro restoration, this historic luxury hotel in the Ludovisi district, was much loved by the great master of Italian cinema, Federico Fellini. Go to the top floor to enjoy gourmet food with a privileged view over the gardens of Villa Medici: light lunch (with good and healthy smoothies) at Giardino, fine dining at La Terrazza with dishes by chef Fabio Ciervo, including the rose blossom flavoured cacio e Madagascar pepper spaghetti. For drinks after dinner, go down to the “secret bar”, tucked away in the library on the ground floor, among gilded ceilings and frescoes by Gio Bressana.
A boutique hotel with spacious suites in a rustic decor, all different from one another and inspired by masters of Italian design, like Gio Ponti and Silvio Cavatorta. At the entrance, a sparkling wine bar hosts a fashion-conscious public. Freitag bags are available in your room to be used during your stay and a notebook with lots of tips on cocktail bars, restaurants, shops and boutiques.
Please admire the three original screen prints of Andy Warhol “Ladies and Gentlemen” series in the restaurant on the ground floor. It is one of the many precious details of this boutique hotel consisting in 18 rooms and suites overlooking the wonderful via Giulia. The hotel is housed in a palace behind the Church of Santa Lucia del Gonfalone. Designer furnishing, animal print touches and a romantic rooftop where you can have a drink, taste tapas and the creative dishes of Massimo Viglietti, chef of Enoteca Achilli al Parlamento.
A charming Art Deco building on the right bank of the Tiber, designed by Armando Brasini and now owned by the Fendi Venturini family. Stillness, sartorial service and a cheerful eclecticism in the décor which mixes original antiques and furnishings from the Fendi heritage. For dinner, just go down to the ground floor (which also features a relaxing garden) to sit at one of the best restaurants in the city: Enoteca La Torre.
Florence, Anacapri and then Rome: this JK Place does not disappoint travellers who love privacy, comfort and 1950s refined atmospheres. Suites are furnished with great taste, common areas evoke Gentlemen’s Clubs of yesteryear and at the JK Café you can enjoy a perfect club sandwich. Centrally located, close to Piazza Borghese and the Tridente shopping district.
The perfect hotel which was missing in the lively Monti neighbourhood: a small building with just… guess how many… 15 retro rooms. The atmosphere is familiar yet refined, the service is genuinely friendly (with lots of city tips), and the organic breakfast is great.
If you prefer the feel of a private apartment to that of a classic hotel, the residence of the Lungarno group (Ferragamo) is the ideal choice: few suites furnished with fine fabrics and leathers, a butler available for you, an efficient laundry service and a concierge ready to give you a thousand suggestions. And of course, a collection of very glamorous portraits (that explains the name). A delicious breakfast is served in your room. Outside the Palace, you can find all the boutiques of via Condotti and via Frattina.