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Lots of thought has been put into the design of this snazzy hotel, which has sumptuous lounge, bar, restaurant and courtyard areas. Guest rooms are spacious and comfy and it's centrally located near key sights and great shopping.

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Ben West
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You're surrounded by plenty of must-visit sights including the Spanish Steps, Trevi Fountain and Villa Borghese.

The hotel is located in the historic heart of Rome near the Via Condotti, best known for its shopping.

By plane: London to Rome takes 2 hours 25 minutes; Manchester to Rome takes 2 hours 40 minutes - after which, it's a 50-minute drive to the hotel. Paid parking available nearby. Book flights to Rome.

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There's a real mix of styles here, including Art Deco, Rococo, mid-century modern and contemporary. Expect lots of colours too - the bar area features a leafy green carpet, grey striped armchairs and grey and pink sofas.

Service & Facilities

Facilities include a restaurant, bar and patio area. While there's no gym, personal trainer and yoga sessions can be arranged. Service is attentive and staff are friendly.

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


There are 18 rooms and suites - whichever you choose, expect space, style and plenty of natural light.

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

Restaurants & Bars

The ground floor bar-lounge serves drinks and snacks, while at Adelaide, you can enjoy all-day dining, from an impressive breakfast to gourmet Roman and Italian cuisine. In season, you can eat in the courtyard. We recommend the Brontolo, a delicious mix of pistachio, mascarpone and fresh berries.

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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