If you are looking for the most beautiful ultra-luxury in Rome, we have here selected for you the best hotels in Rome.
Please note these are not normal hotels, but places of luxury, where you will be pampered, and delighted as anywhere else in the capital. This is not a ranking for rich people, but also for those who want to make a wonderful surprise to his wife (or partner) just for one night!
Get ready, you’re about to face a journey full of beauty, design, and emotion! After visiting more than 250 hotels in Rome, reading comments on Tripadvisor, but also by reading articles and books on Rome, we decided to compare them to find the best of the best.
We have given the rooms, the service quality of their restaurants, and their position, and more. Take a look at our choices and find out about, according to RomaClick.com. The Rome Experts, the best luxury hotels in Rome and get inspired!
Hotel de Russie
Address: Via del Babuino, 9, 00187 Roma
The Hotel de Russie has a great location, close to the Spanish Steps and Piazza del Popolo. The Hotel de Russie has 122 rooms and combines style and comfort, the lobby is beautiful with plush sofas and artwork.
The bright rooms are tasteful, modern and marbled bathrooms. The Suites provide plenty of living space, and have small private balconies.
This fantastic luxury hotel offers on-site wellness center – with large, outdoor jacuzzi and turkish bath – and a courtyard with a beautiful terrace and stunning gardens.
Le Jardin de Russie is a sophisticated restaurant to dine, or the Stravinsky Bar offers buffet style meals.
Failing? Hotel de Russie can not get the coveted outdoor pool, a few of our hotels have, but its spa has a large pool of warm water. The location, the facilities, the rooms were beautiful, and its lush garden in the center of Rome, insert it in our list of luxury hotels in Rome.
The First Luxury Art Hotel
Address: Via del Vantaggio, 14 – 00186 Roma
The First Luxury Art Hotel is a boutique hotel. A sunny jewel of 29 rooms in the historic center of Rome, close to Piazza del Popolo. The First Luxury Art Hotel has a stylish modern design, beautiful works of contemporary art; the technology is at the highest level. All rooms and suites have artworks, with large spaces. Included: iPod docking stations, machines for the Nespresso coffee, and large marble bathrooms. The restaurant has a 360 ° view of Rome.
A defect? Some guests have pointed out that the hotel is hard to find.
Parco dei Principi Grand Hotel & Spa
Address: Via G. Frescobaldi, 5, 00198 Roma
The prestigious Roman hotel has come in the last three years in the finals in the category “Best Hotels with Spas Europe and Mediterranean” by Condé Nast Johansen and was winner in 2016 of the same title.
The “Prince Spa”, inaugurated in 2010, after being awarded in 2011 the best Contemporary Spa Award (the Spa Awards) is now considered one of the most exclusive places of Rome, with great success of international criticism.
Hotel Splendide Royal
Address: Via di Porta Pinciana, 14, 00187 Roma
Five-star luxury hotel, located between Via Veneto and Villa Borghese, Hotel Splendide Royal has always been one of the most prestigious hotels in the Eternal City. With its exceptional views of the Villa Borghese park, and position in one of the most sought after areas of the city, this Rome hotel plays the perfect fusion of luxury and royalty.
In 2015 it was voted by readers of the prestigious international magazine Condé Nast Traveler, reaching the top spot as “Best Hotel in Rome“, getting the 7th place among the “best of Italian Hotel” and getting the 24th place among the “Hotel the most prestigious in Europe.
During 2016 on Booking.com reaches a very good rating of 9.0 out of 10…..no other words are needed
Address: Piazza Scanderbeg 117, Roma
Our fifth proposal is an unusual and valuable overlooking the heart of Rome, to feel at home away from home. In fact it is not a real hotel, but a Deluxe Rome Town House.
Palazzo Scanderbeg is very central and it is a little secret, a destination to discover. It was the residence of Giorgio Castriota (1405 – 1468), known as Skanderbeg, the Albanian hero and king of Epirus. The palace was restored for the first time in 1800, then became a Museum of Pasta and has recently been converted into a hotel, or rather in a Town House.
The works have restored prestige to the beautiful architecture of the facade, have highlighted the small entrance courtyard, the stone stairs, the trusses of impressive top-floor rooms and the many details of a building that has the character that is from its history, but also added many amenities of a luxury hotel, and so tradition and comfort combine with wisdom to live a pleasant result.
It is divided into units ranging from single room apartment with several rooms. Always present, but invisible and efficient design, the fully equipped kitchen and all the ‘home services’.
The rooms are bright, the furniture created by great designers and stylists, wood flooring, made from Venetian ‘bricole‘, are beautiful, the windows overlook views of central Rome, typical and intimate.
The hotel offers guests a butler service, and you can ask a quick snack like a full meal and served.
It is fascinating and intelligent hospitality that tells the Rome City center in an unexpected dimension of silence and privacy….I love it and highly recommend to a couple looking for an intimate and discreet place in Rome