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Rocco Forte Hotels execute everything so perfectly that it's very hard to fault their hotels. The service, the décor, the food, the location, the attention to detail are all pretty faultless, and this luxurious Rome hotel is no exception. Centrally located near the Spanish Steps yet on a quiet street away from the bustle, it's a playful and colourful hotel but has a grandeur too, in keeping with the three historic palazzi it occupies. You can choose from a lovely rooftop bar or an interior courtyard setting and there are two stylish restaurants, an elegant mustard-coloured lounge, a gym and a plush spa. The bedrooms have lovely touches such as textured wallpapers, high quality furniture and carved mirrors.

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Ben West
Freelance Journalist
Ben has written for many publications and websites, including the New York Times, Times, Telegraph, Spectator and New Statesman. His work has taken him to around 90 countries, and he has also written a number of books and a play, Gertrude’s Secret, which toured UK theatres for three years.



While you're in the perfect location for a visit to Rome - centrally located, near major sights - the hotel is down a relatively quiet street.

It's only a 10-minute walk north to Villa Borghese, and south to the Trevi Fountain. You're not too far from Termini station.
By plane: fly to Rome Fiumicino from London (2 hours 25 minutes) or Manchester (2 hours 40 minutes). The hotel is a 45-minute drive from the airport. Paid on-site parking available.

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Style & Character

Guests tend to be affluent couples typically aged between 35 and 70, or families with teenaged children. We loved the impressive mix of bold colours and classy yet fun contemporary design against such a sumptuous historic backdrop.

Service & Facilities

The public areas are delightful - from the very attractive lounges and restaurants, to the roof terrace and courtyard.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Terrace
  • Garden
  • Spa
  • Family-friendly
  • On-site parking
  • Free Wi-Fi


Our room exuded a calm grandeur, with its dark green walls and upscale fixtures, fittings and furniture. We had a balcony looking out onto the courtyard. Bold artworks, carved mirror frames and classy black lights add to the elegance.

Superior, Deluxe, Family, Junior Suite, Deluxe Suite, Grand Suite, Panoramic Suite, Canova Suite, Roma Suite, Suite de la Ville, Penthouse Suite
Facilities include: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, tea and coffee facilities, TV, free Wi-Fi

Food & Drink

There's a huge wine list - 56 pages - and sommelier Alessandro Ragozzino knows his wines very well. At Da Sistina, the tuna 'roast beef' starter really almost passes off as roast beef - it's delicious and very different.

Da Sistina: traditional Roman trattoria, modern Italian cuisine. Open Mon-Sat for lunch and daily for dinner.
Mosaico: courtyard restaurant, serving breakfast daily and Sunday brunch.
Cielo: rooftop terrace, Mediterranean cuisine. Open daily for lunch (bar hours vary).

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