Updated: Nov 5
Boutique hotels represent a smaller property with upscale accommodations and personalized service. Most boutique hotels acquire 10 to 100 rooms to allow a comfortable, intimate experience as an alternative to a regular chain hotel.
These customized hotels offer specific aesthetic tailored to their location. Allowing the guests to feel more in a vacation trance mindset and attain exceptional customer service. The owners can also change interiors and upgrade different amenities to their liking.
Check out our Super Smart List of Ten Boutique Hotels in the Capital
The District of Monti
Location is everything and Monti has it all. Situated between the Colosseum and Via Cavour a major High steet of Rome. What makes Monti a spectacular location is there are actually locals living here. No Locals are common downside to many famous cities. Where there are locals there are always great Bakeries & delicatessens. Even better! a vast selection of wine bars and restaurants.
A cosy gem with few rooms. Upon entry you welcomed by the warm and friendly staff. Rooms range from Double, Triple and Quadruple. Breakfast is fantastic and served in a beautiful dining area on the ground floor. Guests have access to a rooftop terrace. There is a small wooden staircase (no elevator) to access rooms.
When travelling as a family it is nice to have an apartment. Although important it is a serviced apartment so you still feel like your on vacation. The non-formal entrance looks like you are arriving at someones home. The apartments are on the other side of the road in a separate building to the main entrance.
The Hotel has a selection of rooms and apartments with beautiful balconies. The apartments have views over the Imperial Forum. They even have their own Roman Ruins where you can enjoy aperitivo! Breakfast is extensive varied and tasty.
The District of Campo Marzio
This live and vivacious district is where you can find the Spanish Steps. Piazza del Popolo with The Church of Santa Maria del Popolo. See masterpieces by Raffaelo and Caravaggio.
Via dei Condotti the main luxury high street. The elegant road is with Italian brands that includes Gucci and Prada. Enjoy afternoon aperitivo at roof top bars. From the hill top at Pincio to admire breathtaking views over Rome and the Vatican City.
Portrait Roma Part of the Lungarno Collection owned by the Ferragamo family. On one of Rome's most fashionable streets, Via Bocca di Leone. A private mansion with services of a 5 star Hotel. From the moment that you arrive you are pampered. Fourteen superb luxury suites with elegant details and comforts. Only three minutes to walk to the spanish steps. Enjoy breakfast and aperitivo at the Rooftop lounge with views of Trinita del Monte
Located on one of the most beautiful streets in Rome. Via Margutta with its picture perfect cobblestone paths and ivy-covered buildings.
Owner Alberto Montada di Paterno's family has been living for centuries. His grandfather even rented one of his studio's to Pablo Picasso! Margutta 19 is a very special place with a wonderful restaurant 'Emme' and roof top bar. The suites and studios feature luxurious furnishings and sophisticated design.
You can now not only shop at Fendi’s flagship boutique in Rome, but stay there. Located on the crossroads of Via del Corso and Via Condotti. Palazzo Fendi offers Seven elegant private Suites.
A beautiful and intimate experience. The staff are friendly, pleasant and eager to please. Be sure to enjoy a meal at the in- house restaurant Zuma Rome. Additionally you can also enjoy the stylish roof top bar.
The lovely owner Marcella welcomes you to her elegant apartments. Rome Luxury Apartment offers three equipped apartments with washer, dryer and kitchen. In the same Palace with elevator.
The first apartment includes three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Can accommodate 6 persons. The second apartment includes two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Can accomodate 5 persons.
The third apartment has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. Can accomodate up to 8 persons .
The location is right by the Spanish Steps. Self catered with services including grocery shopping, cooking & cleaning.
The District of Trevi
A well known area to avid movie lovers. Quite often used as a movie set in both Hollywood and local. It is here where you can admire one of the most beautiful fountains of Rome. 'The Trevi Fountain' is one of the oldest water sources in Rome. It is the largest Baroque fountain in the City. That sound of rushing water when you approach the structure will give you a sense of excitement!
An elegant four star Hotel that overlooks one of the most iconic fountains by Bernini. A Boutique Hotel with thirty seven rooms and twenty two staff members. Service is impeccable and breakfast is excellent. Minutes away from the iconic sites that include Palazzo Barberini. We particularly love the Terrace Suite with Jacuzzi!
The District of Pigna
Named after the Ancient pine cone found in the area from the Ancient world. Now located in the Vatican Gardens. This is the place where you can enjoy the heart of the historical centre. The protaganist is the most intact Roman ancient temple in the world 'The Pantheon'.
If you love the Pantheon this is the Hotel for you. Each room is designed with indirect references to the iconic site. A contemporary design using tradtional Roman materials like marble, brass and wood. The roof top terrace offers stunning views of the city. Rooms are spacious and the service is faultless. Don't miss an evening to dine at their Michelin Star restaurant Idylio by Apreda.
The District of VII Regola
Part of the district is located along the Tiber River. In the early middle ages the district was an area of dyers and tanners. This is why the most famous roman dish was born in this district 'Coda di Vaccinara' oxtail Stew. Admire Nobile Palaces designed by some of the most importante architects of Rome. The Spada Palace by Borromini with his Prospective Gallery. Palazzo Farnese with Frescos by Raffaelo. Enjoy the morning markets at Campo dei Fiori.
A boutique wine resort in the heart of Rome. General manager and Sommelier Flavio Scannavino guide's you through the impressive wine cellar. This wine lovers hotel has more than 1500 labels both National and International. The Hotel includes Eight spacious and luxury suites. Each suite offers a personal wine cellar. Upon confirmation Hotel staff stock the in-suite wine cellar according to guests oenological preferences. Bars include an area dedicated to lovers of quality Cigars with out disturbing those non-smokers.
The Ludovisi District
Famous for the symbol of the Dolce Vita the Via Veneto. One of the most modern districts that was developed in the 19th century. This large boulevarde leads up to the most extensive gardens built in the city centre. The Borghese Gardens a great place if you like to take a morning run or a walk through pine trees. Hotels are mostly 5 star and boast beautiful views over gardens and Rome's classic roof tops.
You can expect no less from a Dorchester Collection Five star luxury Hotel. Outstanding service modern and stylish atmosphere. From the piano bar on the ground floor to the upper floor michelin star restaurant 'La Terrazza'. To the relaxed 'Il Giardino Ristorante and bar'. The views are jaw dropping from the gardens at Villa Medici as far as the Dome of St Peters Basilica in Vatican City.
This elegant city oasis dates back to 1889. Has welcomed celebrities and royalty. Its exquisite design in a Belle Epoque Building overflows the senses of the Dolce Vita. Hotel Eden offers 98 rooms and suites. A pampering spa with signature treatments and wellness offerings.