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This design-conscious snazzy hotel has an eclectic mix of styles, sumptuous public areas conducive to some serious socialising, and guest rooms so comfy you won't want to leave. It's situated in a great central area near key sights and ideal for upscale shoppers.

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Ben West
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Situated in the historic heart of Rome near the Via dei Condotti, which is lined with lots of high-end fashion and designer shops, there are plenty of sights nearby, such as the Spanish Steps and the Trevi Fountain, and the lovely Villa Borghese is not far away.

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 50-minute drive from the airport. Paid parking available nearby. Book flights to Rome.

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Architect and designer Giampiero Panepinto has thrown together lots of styles here, such as Rococo and mid-century modern, and contemporary, elderly and Art Deco art. There's a real mix of colours too, for example the bar area features a leafy green carpet, grey striped armchairs and grey and pink sofas.


Service is attentive and friendly. There's a restaurant and bar area and patio area decked out with large plants. There's no spa or gym, but personal trainers and private yoga sessions can be arranged.

  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Garden
  • Pet-friendly
  • Family-friendly
  • Free Wi-Fi


The hotel feels bigger than its rather modest 18 rooms and suites. They all exude style, have lots of space and natural light, and have numerous swanky features, from velvet sofas to roomy showers, mahogany floorboards and mid-century furniture.

Room types: Charming, Charming Garden, Charming Terrace, Junior Suite, Vilòn Suite, Suite dell'arancio, Melangolo Suite, Borghese Suite

Key amenities: ensuite bathroom with toiletries, bathrobes and slippers, Nespresso machine, daily newspaper, soft drinks minibar, TV, free Wi-Fi


The ground floor bar serves snacks such as sandwiches and charcuterie, while next to it the small, cosy restaurant serves impressive breakfasts and gourmet Italian and Roman lunch and evening dishes. You can also eat in the leafy courtyard.

Adelaide: terrace restaurant, Mediterranean cuisine, seasonal menus. Mains include red mullet and guinea fowl. Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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