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Historic Hotels in Rome

Anyone considering a trip to Europe likely has a visit to Rome, Italy, on the agenda. Making the list of oldest cities in the world, Rome has a tremendous amount to offer historically, through its rich culture and vast architecture. Visitors flock from the world over to experience this unique Italian city. Being such a popular destination, along with so much of the city geared toward tourists, it can be difficult to figure out where to stay. Several hotels offer historic glimpses into the city and a unique accommodation style that is sure to please any taste.
from $192
Step back into ancient times at the Hotel Majestic.
Imagine visiting Rome before the turn of the century, the turn of the 20th century that is. That's the experience you're struck with, in a modern, elegant way, when you walk into the Hotel Majestic. The hotel embraces the neoclassical heritage of its past, yet with an updated version for the 21st century. Guests are afforded the opportunity to experience a glamorous Roman residence. The Hotel Majestic is conveniently located on Via Veneto, near Villa Borghese, and within walking distance of sights such as the Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps. Both guest rooms and suites are available to fit your budget and accommodation needs.
from $102
Visit the Palazzo for elegance and hominess in one.
For those looking for a place to call "home" for a few days while in Rome, but who don't wish to settle for a run-of-the-mill room, Palazzo Cardinal Cesi is for you. Elegance meets a taste of home in this 1400s palace turned hotel. Stepping through the door of the hotel will immediately transport you to days gone by. You will find yourself surrounded by a beautiful, peaceful haven with every comfort thought out ahead of time. Very near the places you will want to visit like St. Peter's Basilica, the Sistine Chapel, and the Vatican Museums, you will find Palazzo Cardinal Cesi perfectly situated in this ancient city.
from $400
At the Gran Melia you'll mix history and luxury.
Built in the area of the Villa Agrippina, ruins officially recognized by historical sources as dating as far back as the first century AD, the Gran Melia Rome Hotel has a rich history all its own. Located on the River Tiber, the hotel is in close proximity to the Vatican, Piazza Navona, and St. Peter's Basilica. Despite being one of Rome's premier historic hotels, Gran Melia Rome has a surprising amount to offer besides its excellent location in Rome. At the hotel, guests will discover a fine selection of dining locales, a business and convention Center, wellness center, pools, gardens, and even a library that includes archaeological finds discovered while the hotel was being built.
from $79
Magical palace-like atmosphere at the Hotel Columbus.
Let's be honest, everyone wants to stay in a palace, getting treated like a king or queen for a few nights. The Hotel Columbus offers this opportunity and so much more. This medieval building is elegantly appointed, making you feel like royalty from the moment you step through the doors. You'll enjoy one of just 90 rooms in the hotel, ensuring your needs and wishes are catered to by the hotel staff. The location will make you feel like you're the center of it all since the hotel is situated in the heart of the city. Easily whisk off to St. Peter's Square, Castel Sant'Angelo, the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, or other popular destinations. In addition, there are other amenities available at the hotel such as the La Veranda restaurant, meeting and conference rooms, and rooms for receptions.
from $80
Giulio provides serene tranquility in the historical city center.
Combine a tranquil, side street setting in the Prati district of Rome with close proximity to the sights and sounds of the Rome people travel from all over the world to experience, and you have the makings of a near-perfect place to stay. The Giulio Cesare Hotel offers this and much more in its four-star facility. You will be a few short minutes by foot from Vatican City, St. Peter's Basilica, as well as Michelangelo's masterpiece in the Sistine Chapel. If you want to venture out farther, you're also just a short walk from the subway station that takes you to the Spanish Steps, Via Veneto, or even a beverage from the famous Antico Caffe Greco. The Giulio Cesare Hotel is a convenient and relaxing place to enjoy this beautiful city.
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