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Hotel Chapter Roma, Rome, Italy
Housed in an 19th-century building, this swanky hotel with an especially impressive restaurant manages to combine elements of its lengthy past with the most contemporary décor. Situated in the heart of the city by the Jewish quarter in the Regola neighbourhood but also near the smart, architecturally important Via Giulia and with the bohemian Trastevere district also nearby, it's ideal for discovering central Rome's diversity. Numerous main sights are within walking distance. It feels five star but is actually four, and weaves together features like herringbone parquet and green granite floors, wood panelling, marble, velvet, exposed brick, mid-century Italian furniture, metal and contemporary art, all against a principally black and grey colour palette. Bronze, steel, brass and copper accents are a reminder of the blacksmiths that used to work in this street.
The hotel's central location straddles diverse neighbourhoods and is also near to top sights.
You're within walking distance of the Roman Forum, Colosseum and Pantheon, among other sights.
By plane: direct flights to Rome Leonardo da Vinci from London (2 hours 25 minutes) or Manchester (2 hours 40 minutes). The hotel is a 30-minute drive from the airport. Paid parking nearby. skyscanner.net
Style & Character
Style-conscious, travel-seasoned design aficionados will love it here. The hotel successfully combines a 19th-century townhouse with contemporary chic.
Service & Facilities
The bedrooms are so spacious.
- Free Wi-Fi
Our sleek, minimalist Loft room had a living area, with a bright orange banquette. We loved the minimalist décor with industrial-chic feel (through exposed brick walls); the contemporary look makes you feel you're staying somewhere special.
Solo Pad, Baby Double, Chapter Double, Loft, Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bluetooth speaker, TV, desk, free Wi-Fi
Food & Drink
Restaurant Campocori is so romantic, it was full of couples looking into each other's eyes. The tagliotini with black garlic oil, sea urchins and buffalo mozzarella is so good and a riot of tastes.
Campocori: fine dining restaurant, Italian cuisine. Open Wed-Sun for dinner. Tasting menu from €50.
Market: casual dining, light bites. Open daily for breakfast and lunch.
Hey Baby: bar and lounge, creative cocktails. Open daily from 5:30pm.