4.5
Very Good 1390 Reviews
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What We Love

  • The spa’s hot tub, sauna and Turkish bath, available for hotel guests to use free of charge
  • The rooftop restaurant and bar with panoramic sunset views
  • The comprehensive spa offerings, including an after-hours spa experience for 2–15 people
  • The 25-minute express spa options for time-crunched guests

What To Know

  • Free WiFi
  • The spa is open to non-guests, so be sure to book treatments in advance
  • Lunches are served at the rooftop restaurant in summer

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Contemporary clean-lined sleep in the heart of Rome, with a rooftop bar and luxe spa

The Lowdown

Set on the historic Via Giulia, once home to artists like Raphael, this 64-room hotel is a study in Italian design, from the stylish black-and-white framed architectural photographs to the white leather banquettes and exposed stone walls. Within strolling distance of some of Rome’s most iconic sights — the Piazza Navona, St. Peter’s Square and the Vatican — this home away from home lures sightseers back after a long day out with blandishments like a well-stocked library, wine bar and cigar lounge. The piece de resistance? The rooftop bar, where you can sit with cocktail in hand while watching the sun set over the Eternal City.

In the Area

What’s not in the area? Get your bearings in the impressively long Piazza Navona, where you can admire Bernini’s handiwork in his ornate fountains, then head to the city’s most famous gusher, the fabulously Baroque Trevi Fountain, where you can take your best shot with the rest of the world’s tourists. You’ll need to refuel after that, so head around the corner to the legendary Al Moro for sublime antipasti and pasta before heading to one of this ancient metropolis’s newest gems, the Zaha Hadid-designed MAXXI Museum, a must-see journey through the 21st-century art world.

How to Get There

Hotel Indigo Rome – St. George
Via Giulia, 62
Rome, 00186 Italy

Reviews

4.5 Very Good 1390 Reviews
Great location staff and room
Reviewed 3 days ago

What a gem. Super neighborhood near all the sites but not overtouristy. Clean well appointed rooms that manage to fit all you need in a small space. Staff is helpful but never overbearing. Three days here is not enough because you will spend lots of time lost in the lovely alleys! Only complaint is the price of the breakfast is high relative to the well priced food you can get a few steps from the hotel but that is to be expected and normal operating procedure for hotels. Will be back!

The excellence!
Reviewed 1 week ago

Cozy hotel in the hart of Rome, and few minutes walk from Vatican City. Nice facilities, profesional and warm service, wonderful city view from the restaurant on the roof garden. All in all the best acomodation in Rome. Many thanks to Alessandro Landini excellent hotel manager.

Great location and service
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Very good quality hotel. As in most cities in Europe, the rooms are not huge but perfectly adequate. Location was very practical, breakfast very good and the bar at the top very romantic.
Personnel at front desk were very helpful and friendly

Not good enough
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I splurged on a 5 star hotel for our arrival in Rome after a transatlantic flight. I wanted to make our family of four as comfortable as possible—-assuming jet lag and culture shock on our children’s first trip to Europe. The hotel did not meet expectations.

Do not agree to stay in room 502. This is a junior suite, supposedly suitable for our family of 4. The room has slanted ceilings. I admit to being clumsy but my husband is not yet both of us hit our heads on that ceiling 3 times in just a few hours. My 12 year old also managed to injure himself. In addition the windows in this room do not open. This is probably a safety issue and I can understand that but the room was incredibly hot and the air conditioning unit did not work in the room. Between the heat and the bruised foreheads, we were exceedingly uncomfortable in this room. My husband realized no one would be able to sleep through the night in that heat and was able to get our room moved.

Junior suite on second floor. This room was what I expected. We had high ceilings, adequate temperature control and windows that opened. Had we been given this room to start I would have been happy.

I had to give this hotel a bad review because of the initial room. It was absolutely terrible, inexcusable for a 5 star hotel. I want to warn other people, particularly families, that they shouldn’t accept this room. A single person being upgraded to this suite, that can sleep in extreme heat, might not mind this room.

great hotel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We loved the location and the area.
The hotel is in a quiet place, yet central.
The rooms are not big, yet, very well arranged. Nothing is missing.
Nice decor.
The people are very nice and helpful.
Breakfast is outstanding!
We would definitely return.