The Hotels to Book Now in Rome

With its dashing Bruno Moinard design and teched-out chambers, Rome’s Hotel Eden might be the city’s most glittery (re)opening in recent months. But should you be seeking a more intimate place to bed down, check into one of these covetable cribs.

What: Hotel De' Ricci
Best For: Vino enthusiasts

Rome may be home to some of the world’s finest enotecas, but who gives a jot when you’ve got an underground tasting room, guest-relations staff doubling as sommeliers, bottle-filled minibars and rooms kitted with Coravins at your fingertips? This eight-suite grape escape is the go-to for oenophiles looking for a true taste of the city, with the option of personalised visits to wineries upon request. Better yet, the residence boasts an equally intoxicating Mid-Century decor across eight swoon-worthy boudoirs. The spacious, terraced and terracotta-hued suite is our pick.

Via della Barchetta, 14. Campo. +39 06 687 4775.

What: The H'All Tailor Suite
Best For: Foodies

Fourteen minimalist chambers rocking parquet flooring, contemporary art, four-poster beds and modern accents are a feast for the eyes, while owner and Michy-spangled pan-man Riccardo di Giacinto’s on-site culinary temple All’Oro tickles tastebuds with trad-meets-mod Italian eats. The gourmet breakfast comprising the region’s finest gastronomic treats (think creamy formaggio and salumi), and served with bubbles is truly diet-derailing. You are in Rome, after all.

Via Giuseppe Pisanelli, 23/25. Popolo. +39 06 3211 0128.

What: Hotel Luxus
Best For: Style kitties

Insta-snapping stylistas bed-down at this bold, boutique boîte repping a prime situ in Rome’s boho Monti nabe. Between the eye-popping, jewel-toned rooms, second-floor city vistas, art tomes, sceney, flora-spangled eatery Madre, and the pretty pastel edifices of the locale’s surrounding streets, you’ll have more photo opps to capture than you can shake a selfie stick at.

Largo Angelicum, 4. Monti. +39 06 3209 1281.

What: GKK Exclusive Private Suites
Best For: Escaping the hordes

Minutes from the Spanish Steps, this smart six-suite nook is smartly outfitted in calming blues and Fendi fabrics for stylish respite from the tourist hordes. Shack up in the Private Movie Suite kitted with a mega TV and Dolby audio system, or the Gran Suite Spa with a marble-clad, waterfall spa room and you’ll be tempted to stay all day.

Via delle Colonnette, 22. Corso. +39 06 323 1817.

What: Palazzo Scanderbeg
Best For: Apartment living

This former C.16th palazzo was a pasta museum before being converted into a luxuriously modern 11-suite townhouse, perfect for extended stays in the city. Okay, so the exquisite Poltrona Frau chairs, Cappellini sofas, Persian carpets and contemporary art may look straight out of a design showroom, but with mega living rooms, piazza vantages, breezy terraces, multiple bedrooms and bathrooms (or a bi-level annex apartment with its own entrance entirely), we’ll happily call this place home.

Piazza Scanderbeg,117. Trevi. +39 06 8952 9001.

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Liv Berry

Liv left behind the lanes, arcades, and wide-open plains of Melbourne for the concrete jungle of Hong Kong, joining the team at LUXE after a stint at Swire Hotels. 

  • Liv LOVES... Escaping the city, sailing the seas of the Gulf of Gokova, unspoiled beaches in southern Sri Lanka
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