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What We Love

  • Stellar location just off Via Condotti, a couple of blocks from the Spanish Steps
  • An intimate retreat with just nine rooms
  • Rooms have kitchen facilities (Superior's are shared, Deluxe's are private) and a Nespresso machine
  • Superior Rooms have a welcome hot drinks tray

What To Know

  • Free WiFi
  • Staff is available only between 8:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
  • There’s no elevator, although most rooms are located on the first floor
  • A $4 city tax per night will be collected at the property


  •  Babysitting
  •  Free WiFi
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Discreet nine-room retreat in a restored 18th-century townhouse close to the Spanish Steps

The Lowdown

A couple of blocks from the Spanish Steps, Crossing Condotti is a discreet nine-room boutique in a restored 18th-century townhouse. The apartment-style rooms feature parquet floors and beam ceilings and are decorated with antiques from the owner’s private collection. Handy extras like Nespresso machines, kitchenettes and fridges with free soft drinks make for a homey stay. Splurge on a Deluxe Room for a walk-in shower with funky lights, and the use of an iPad. There’s no restaurant or breakfast room at the property, but the heart-of-the-action location puts you within striking distance of innumerable cafés and restaurants, not to mention designer heavyweights including Prada, Bulgari and Gucci.

In the Area

There’s hardly anything that isn’t in the area, so centrally located is the property. Most notably, you’ll have the eponymous piazza and adjacent Spanish Steps as your front yard, and access to the high-end shopping mecca that is Via Condotti, as well as the more local boutiques of Via del Babuino and Via Margutta. Just past those is the Piazza del Popolo and the Villa Borghese, the largest park in central Rome, which also houses several museums. The Pantheon is a 10- to 15-minute walk away, with the Piazza Navona a bit farther on. And though they’re not so far that you couldn’t walk to them — and Rome really is a walking city — the Vatican, the Colosseum and the Forum can be reached in no time via the metro.

How to Get There

Crossing Condotti
Via Mario De Fiori 28
Rome, 00187 Italy


5.0 Excellent 402 Reviews
Wonderful Boutique Hotel
Reviewed 23 hours ago

We stayed at Crossing Condotti for 6 nights in May in 2 different rooms. Initially we stayed in the Master Room on the top floor. Very cozy room with a wet bar, snacks and a Nespresso machine, large bathroom and extremely comfortable bed. The suite was quiet and clean. The finally weekend when we returned from Amalfi we stayed in the junior suite which was on a lower floor and it was awesome. We were located on a quaint little street only 1 block from the Spanish Steps and other popular sites in Rome. Our concierge, Davide was amazing as was Francesco (sp?) who is on duty 2 days a week. We will stay here again and recommend it to everyone. My only caution is that you keep in mind that several rooms are up 4 flights of stairs so pack light.

Perfect Pad in Rome
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Stayed for 5 nights with my teenage daughter. So pleased I booked it!It felt like our own personal apartment. Crossing Condotti is well located for exploring the city on foot. Manager, Davide is an exceptional host, ready to help and offer advice. Our room was tastefully furnished and spotlessly clean. It was a bonus to be able to help ourselves to water and coffee in the kitchen. We felt safe and secure, and would definitely stay here again. Highly recommended.

Great stay
Reviewed 1 month ago

Crossing Condotti is a great property. It's close to Piazza di Spagna and very convenient to all other central Rome neighborhoods (I walked pretty much everywhere). The hotel is also very close to the subway. The hotel's rooms are updated, clean and well appointed. It's a charming, attractive hotel. The front desk service is very helpful. The desk attendants are personable and have a wealth of knowledge about the city. One thing to note - the hotel is on a busy street corner, so bring ear plugs if you are a very light sleeper (rooms are sound proofed well, but not 100%).

Overall, I really enjoyed my stay at Crossing Condotti and highly recommend it.

A beautiful Hotel so close to all the action
Reviewed 1 month ago

We stayed at Crossing Condotti for 3 nights in 3 rooms. As soon as we were greeted at the door by Francesco, who whisked our luggage up the stairs to the beautifully appointed rooms we knew we had arrived in a special place. All the bedrooms were well appointed, comfortable beds and modern, clean bathrooms with good showers. There was a little kitchen where you could find complimentary tea/coffee and cold drinks, along with snacks. There was also tea/coffee making facilities in each room. Francesco had great suggestions for excursions, breakfast, dinner each night, making all the necessary arrangements, when required. When we come back to Rome we will definitely be staying at Crossing Condotti.

great stay
Reviewed 1 month ago

cannot fault Crossing Condotti. Great position. Wonderful service-Thank you Davide. Lovely eclectic beautifully decorated interesting room (we had the junior suite).Amazingly quiet especially since it is so central. Had a viewing of their penthouse-looks perfect for a family group.