Where to Stay

The best way to discover Rome and its treasures is on foot. Our hotels are all centrally located: you might like to stay close to the Trevi Fountain and the Via Del Corso, ideally placed for sightseeing and shopping; in the more exclusive streets around the Via Veneto and the Spanish Steps; close to the impressive Piazza Repubblica; or perhaps right by the Colosseum and the most ancient part of Rome.


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Ideal for the first time visitor to Rome, including the city’s highlights such as the Trevi Fountain, Piazza Navona and the Fountain of the Four Rivers.

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Food & Drink


Italian food may have spanned the globe but there’s far more on offer than just pizza and pasta. Roman cuisine is rich and varied, from traditional and earthy dishes originating in the meat markets.

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In one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities, the shopping will not disappoint. As to be expected, Italy’s top designers are out in force, mostly around the Via Condotti at the bottom of the Spanish Steps.

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