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Luxury Hotels in Rome

As Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck showed the world in "Roman Holiday," Rome is the world’s most romantic destination, a city fit for a princess where anything is possible and luxury and glamor are never more than a stone’s throw away. Though Rome is a year-round destination, it’s quieter in the autumn and winter months, and at these times of the year you can check in to some of the city’s finest hotels at surprisingly affordable rates.
from $236
Palatial Elegance at the Hotel Splendide
Hotel Splendide Royal is a former palace dating from the 17th century, and today it is one of the most luxurious hotels in Rome. If you have seen the film "The Leopard," you will recognize the magnificent chandelier hanging in the foyer: it is just one of the remarkable decorative features in this beautiful hotel.In The Mirabelle restaurant head chef Bruno Borghesi serves exceptional haute cuisine with panoramic views from the Pinciano Palace to St Peter’s. You can appreciate the scene even in the colder months through the floor to ceiling glass doors that open out onto the terrace.
from $259
The Hotel Eden Gives Beautiful Panoramic Views
After its recent renovation, the Dorchester Collection’s Hotel Eden is back in business hosting stylish guests, royalty, and celebrities just as it has done since 1889. A short stroll from the Spanish Steps and Villa Borghese, Hotel Eden puts you within easy reach of some fascinating sights. The Michelin-starred rooftop restaurant La Terrazza dell’Eden has views across St Peter’s Dome and many other landmarks of the Eternal City. Panoramic views and a fine selection of signature cocktails are also on offer from the hotel’s rooftop bar.
from $121
At the Hotel Lunetta You Can Relax Affordably
Less well-known than Rome’s other luxury hotels, Hotel Lunetta is nevertheless a gem, and it is surprisingly affordable. Decor is crisp and minimalist, and there is a family suite available if you are travelling with kids in tow. The charming roof garden overlooks the Church of Sant Andrea della Valle, and you can dine or enjoy an aperitif on the roof at all hours. Guests have free access to the hotel spa, which includes a Finnish sauna and a Turkish bath. 
from $187
Find Your Artistic Inspiration at the Hotel Lord Byron
Another member of the Small Luxury Hotels of the World group, Hotel Lord Byron is as elegant as its famous namesake. Built inside a 1930s villa, the hotel’s exquisite art deco interior includes fine paintings and beguiling sculptures.The hotel has just 32 rooms, each one impeccably tasteful and with original artwork on the walls. It is within the quiet residential district of Parioli and a short walk from the Villa Borghese Park. 
from $400
Affordable Luxury Exists at Gran Melia Rome
Chic and luxurious, the Gran Melia Rome in Vatican combines contemporary cool with a classical twist. The hotel’s façade mimics a palatial Italian villa, and the rooms don’t disappoint. The 116 rooms of Gran Melia Rome are appointed with fine linens and pillows, plush bathrobes, iPod docks, and personal espresso makers. Each room is soundproofed to provide privacy and ensure a restful night’s sleep. Other creature comforts at Gran Melia Rome include a pool and poolside lounge, restaurant, café, and health club. Within walking distance are the Pantheon, Castel Sant’Angelo, and Piazza San Pietro. If you’re looking to explore beyond the immediate area, two rail stations are a quick walk away.
from $192
Live “La Dolce Vita” at the Hotel Majestic
Opened in 1889, Hotel Majestic is the definition of class. Each guestroom is unique and tastefully decorated, with an option sure to suit even the most discerning tastes. Rooms are climate-controlled and offer stunning views of historic Via Veneto or the St. Isidore Convent’s Garden. Step out of the hotel and you’re only a quick walk from the famous Trevi Fountain and Spanish Steps, Borghese Art Gallery, and the gardens of Villa Borghese. After a long day exploring the neighborhood, enjoy a bite to eat or a cocktail on one of the hotel’s two terraces.
from $178
Surround Yourself with Rome’s Rich History at the Grand Hotel Del La Minerve
History buffs will love the Grand Hotel De La Minerve, which is located in a 17th-century building near such sites as the Pantheon, Piazza Venezia, and Piazza Navona. Each of the hotel’s stately rooms features luxurious touches throughout, including bathrobes and slippers to rest your tired feet after a day of walking the city. Some suites include romantic four-poster beds and high ceilings with rustic wood beams; some have chandeliers and spa-like bathrooms. The business traveler will enjoy access to one of four well-appointed conference rooms. Enjoy a scrumptious meal at the hotel’s Minerva Roof Garden bar and restaurant, which is located on the rooftop and offers sweeping views of the city.
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