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5 New LUXE Hot Spots in Rome

They say all roads lead to Rome, and whether you’re a first-timer, long-term resident or repeat visitor, there’s always something new to discover in the Eternal City. From eclectic new hotels to alleyway vino bars and bookstores, here are five new LUXE-approved hot spots in Rome to check out!

Psst… we’ve just updated our LUXE Rome digital city guide for 2022. Get it here!

Stay: Maalot

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Zebra print, Taschen books and 17th-century frescoes – Maalot has all that and then some. This four-storey, 30-room eclectic boutique hotel is a hipster’s haven in Trevi, where cool birds flock to the G/F resto with its peacock-blue chesterfields and signature swizzles.

Eat: Retrobottega

Dark and sultry lab slash open kitchen where chefs Alessandro Miocchi and Giuseppe Lo Iudice push culinary boundaries on Roman cuisine. This ain’t your nonna’s kitchen – expect seasonality and creativity from the dynamic duo, who spend every Monday foraging forests for fresh goodies.

Drink: Enoteca L’Antidoto

Photo: Enoteca L’Antidoto

A teeny-tiny enoteca tucked away off a Trastevere’s alley with three tables, five bar seats, and plenty of natural vino. Owners Valerio and Flaviano cater top wines and tasty food that changes with the seasons.

Spa: Zarina Beauty

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The all-around pampering spot for manis, pedis, facials, and brazen Brazilians (or Boyzilians)! Luxe and lavish, expect first-class treatment and nothin’ less.

Shop: Libereria Tuba

Photo: Libreria Tuba

The femme fatale of Rome, Tuba is a women-run bookshop, coffee shop and bar that hosts community events and workshops too. Open since 2007, the cafe serves great farm-to-table and fair trade options.

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