The Jetsetter rate includes daily buffet breakfast
Within walking distance of major sights on a quiet street between the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum
The spa features a Jacuzzi, a Turkish bath and a Kneipp (hydrotherapy) pool
What To Know
Plenty of restaurant options nearby
The fitness center is free to use, but the spa incurs an additional charge
A city tax of approximately $7 per person, per night, will be collected by the hotel at checkout
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Elegant property with impressive spa facilities and a central location between the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum
On a quiet street in central Rome, between the Trevi Fountain and the Colosseum, Hotel Dei Borgia makes a great base for exploring the Eternal City on foot. The 80 guestrooms feature flock wallpaper, elaborate headboards, large floor-to-ceiling windows and mod cons including flat-screen TVs and contemporary bathrooms. Head to the hotel's wellness spa after a day of sightseeing for a soak in the Jacuzzi, a dip in the Kneipp (hydrotherapy) pool, a steam in the Turkish bath or a massage. There's no restaurant on-site, but breakfast is served daily and there's a small bar, and there are plenty of restaurant options nearby.
In the Area
The Hotel Dei Borgia's prime city center location means you can walk to such iconic sights as the Colosseum, the Spanish Steps and the Trevi fountain, all less than 20 minutes away. The hotel is also ideally located for Rome's metro and rail system; the main train station, Termini, is a short walk from the hotel. For pizza on the go, head to Streatart, where the zucca e pancetta (pumpkin, mozzarella and bacon) topping is a particular highlight. For contemporary dining options, explore Trastevere, a hipster ’hood packed with trendy eateries, bars and nightclubs. Make reservations at Antica Pesa for upscale cuisine and the occasional celeb sighting. For something more modest, the Fish Market’s seafood-centric menu is hard to beat.