Rome Style Hotel
What We Love
- A brand-new boutique hotel in the historic heart of Rome, with breakfast and a welcome drinkBeing one of the first to stay in this brand-new hotel
- Starting the stay in the perfect way with a complimentary welcome drink
- The perfect location in Rome’s historic and fashionable heart
What To Know
- Chic, minimalist design throughout the hotel
- The buffet breakfast has gluten-free options and is served from 7 to 10:30 a.m.
- Free WiFi
While we can’t guarantee Audrey Hepburn on this Roman holiday, we can promise modern minimalist design overlooking Rome’s historic streets. Old meets new to blockbuster effect here at the brand-new Rome Style Hotel, thanks to its cool interior design within walking distance of the Spanish Steps. Taking its name seriously, these new digs are as stylish as their fashion-house neighbors on Via Condotti.
Style also meets substance in the upstairs guestrooms here, where you can expect king-sized beds with hypoallergenic mattresses and well-stocked marble bathrooms – the perfect post-sightseeing retreat. Add to that a healthy buffet breakfast that caters to your every need, including gluten-free and lactose-free dietary requirements, and you have the recipe for a super-stylish Italian escape.
In keeping with the nearby fashion boutiques of Via Condotti, Rome Style Hotel lives up to its name, with cool, minimalist design in the modern guestrooms and elegant marble bathrooms. For a bit more space, opt for the Executive room over the Superior.
When in Rome… start your day with an American breakfast buffet (hey, it might not flow, but it’s a great kick-off for a day packed with sightseeing). Served daily from 7am, Rome Style Hotel packs its contemporary lounge area on the ground floor with organic and local produce for a healthy way to wake up. Gluten-free and lactose-free dishes also accommodate all tastes.
While inside, Rome Style Hotel is a mix of minimalist modern design, outside you’ll find Rome’s historic heart. Follow the tourists to the nearby Spanish Steps and Bernini’s Baroque Fontana della Barcaccia for plenty of Instagram opportunities, or head to Via Condotti to splash some cash in some of Italy’s most famous fashion houses.
How to Get There
Just spending our last night in the hotel and we don't want to leave!
The staff is very friendly, especially the receptionists and waiters in breakfast.
We got a lovely surprise when we got to our room and saw a balcony! What a lovely view. The beds are sooo comfy. Will miss them a lot. The only disadvantage is the lack of door to the bathroom, what was a bit awkward at times as I was travelling with my parents.
The hotel is 5min walk from Spanish Steps and Fontanna di Trevi. So central that we walked everywhere on foot.
Breakfast is good to get you going. Lovely cappuccino (but only the one the waiter brings to the table. Don't get the one from the machine-it's not nice!). And lovely pastries.
This will be my destination hotel for my future trips to Rome ❤️
We were moved here at very short notice when the sister hotel in Navona Square suddenly decided they were over booked. We were pleasantly surprised. We upgraded to a deluxe double room (our decision and from our pocket). The room was spacious if a little strange whereby the toilet and the shower were in the same room with glass sliding doors. Both worked well with no problems. Breakfast was adequate, not a huge selection but enough to set you up ready for sightseeing which this hotel is perfectly located for. The staff are very pleasant and eager to help. All in all after a disappointing experience with our original booking we had a pleasant stay.
Our room was at the front on the 3rd floor which faced the road which was quite a busy cut through. Road noise was generally not a problem as we were higher up and the windows were good. Occasional siren which are a common occurrence throughout the city.
The hotel is 10mins from Trevi Fountain, 20 mins from the Pantheon. Sightseeing bus stop was 10mins away near to the main metro station.
Recommend the sightseeing hop on off bus to get you round more expensive than the tube. It circles the outside of the tourist attractions but you can see most of the main sites easily.
Please try Colline Emiliane restaurant 5mins away round the corner. Well worth it but please book in advance.
This hotel is ideally located for those people who wish to visit the most common sites in Rome. A big plus for us was the proximity to a major shopping centre Rinascente on a par to Harrods or Saks which has an amazing restaurant terrace
Room was clean and very practical, wife only complaint was a missing bath tub
But I like taking showers, so I’m not going to vote it down for this reason, beside the shower had strong water pressure
Common areas including lift were clean. Breakfast area is small and can get busy. But on again you have to bear in mind how much we paid
We would definitely recommend this hotel and would definitely return provided the continue to keep the good work up
This is a renewd hotel in the historical center of Rome, that cannot be reached by private car. It is possible to walk to Fontana de Trevi and Pantheon (and even Piazza San Pietro - 35 minutes walk). There is a department store in front of the hotel (Rinascente) and many shops and restaurants nearby. Breakfast room is tiny but the service is good.
This is a little hotel very near many attractions in Rome. The staff is friendly. The rooms are nice and functionally.
Did not like the fact that the bathroom door is just translucent, so you can actually see what is happening in there.