Futuristic features include chromotherapy lighting and fragrance diffusers
The Junior Suite comes with a spa bath
A five-minute walk from the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon
What To Know
All rooms feature mirrored ceilings
There's no restaurant, but you're within strolling distance of some of Rome's best restaurants
Bathrobes, slippers and Vrai products in Deluxe Rooms and Junior Suites
A $4 city tax per person, per night, will be collected at the property
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High-tech hotel with futuristic interiors and a killer location between the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon
On Via del Corso, Rome's main shopping thoroughfare, Hotel Trecento is a one-of-a-kind boutique hotel with a killer location between the Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon. Behind a historic façade, futuristic details including glass seats, silver walls and mirrored beds (and ceilings) complement such bold classical features as ornate fireplaces and huge arched windows. The tradition-meets-technology theme extends to in-room gadgets, which include multicolor chromotherapy lights, customizable fragrance diffusors, 65- to 80-inch Smart TVs (hooked up to an Xbox) and Bose audio systems. In contrast, the bathrooms are quietly opulent, with marble fixtures, plush bathrobes and Vrai toiletries. For a grown-up getaway, opt for the Junior Suite, which comes with a chromotherapy massage bathtub. While there's no restaurant, Italian breakfast is served daily and cocktails are mixed every evening.
In the Area
With a killer location on Via del Corso, Hotel Trecento makes a great base for exploring the Italian capital. The Trevi Fountain and the Pantheon are both within a five-minute stroll, while the magnificent Colosseum can be reached in 15 minutes. If you're looking to explore farther afield, there are several bus stops within a block of the hotel that can get you to the Termini rail station and Vatican City. There's plenty to see on hip Via del Corso; check out Schegge for handmade leather goods, stop for a gourmet sandwich at Erzinio, or stroll round the ancient walled courtyard garden of Palazzo Doria Pamphilj.