Rome, Italy

Le Quattro Dame

Rates from (ex tax)$192.16

Price information

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Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR195.00), via, using today’s exchange rate.


Peaceful pensione


Cultured Corso Vittorio Emanuele II

Pretend you’re a Roman (a very refined one, natch), at Le Quattro Dame, whose apartment-style, city-centre sleeping-quarters put the Eternal City’s best bits on your doorstep. Instead of bemoaning the lack of bar or restaurant, take this as your cue to plunder the pizzerie and trattorie that await nearby (or enjoy deli-plucked treats in the comfort of your little kitchenette). The Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Trastevere are also just a short stroll from this perfectly poised palazzo, whose historic architecture gets a breath of fresh air via modern, designer-flair interiors.

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Need to know


Six, including two Junior Suites and the extra-independent Flat.


11am, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm (let staff know your arrival time in advance; if they can let you in early, they will). Guests can use the hotel’s luggage area and WiFi-toting sitting area before or after these times.


Double rooms from $192.16 (€177), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €3.50 per person per night on check-out.

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 21 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR195.00), via, using today’s exchange rate.

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Rates usually include WiFi.


In-house staff are available from 8.30am to 6.30pm each day. They’re brimming with exciting ideas about how to spend your holiday, so be sure to engage them.

At the hotel

Lounge with designer portraits and a mini-gallery of Renaissance portraits. In rooms: TV, free bottled water, black-out curtains and CO Bigelow bath products. Each room has a kitchenette with a minibar, kettle, Nespresso coffee machine, champagne and wine glasses, silverware and china. The Flat and Junior Suites have bathrobes, too.

Our favourite rooms

Our knees weakened at the sight of the Junior Suite Deluxe’s magnificent fresco – and we wager yours will, too. Each room also has a snug little kitchenette with plenty of thoughtful extras, so you can properly make yourself at home.

Packing tips

Bring a list as long as your arm of must-try Roman restaurants. (And an appetite for gelato.)


Language barrier? Non è un problema… Multilingual staff ensure there’ll be no awkward phrasebook-fumbling.


Little Smiths can come, but the hotel reckons it’s best for teens: you’ll need to navigate a 13-step staircase and a tiny lift (not ideal for pram-pushers) to get to your room.

Food and Drink

Photos Le Quattro Dame food and drink

Top Table

Your own, in your own kitchenette.

Dress Code

Relaxed Roman.

Hotel restaurant

None, but it’s pretty much illegal to go hungry in this city.

Room service

There’s no room service, but each room has a minibar stocked with soft drinks, beer, sparkling wine and crisps. Staff can arrange for a bottle of your favourite something to be left on ice (or not) in your room, pre-arrival (for an extra cost).


Photos Le Quattro Dame location
Le Quattro Dame
Corso Vittorio Emanuele II, 21


Leonardo da Vinci Airport (aka Fiumicino) is 29 kilometres away, a 45-minute drive from the hotel. One-way hotel transfers in a private car cost €50, for up to three passengers (€60 in a private minivan). You can also flag a taxi from the airport for around €48, or take a train to Termini and hop on a taxi or bus. Alternatively, Ciampino Airport is 20 kilometres away (a half-hour drive). EasyJet offers direct flights to Fiumicino (Alitalia also runs a regular service), and Ryanair flies direct to Ciampino from a wide range of European cities.


Trains from Florence, Milan, Naples, Venice, Turin and Bari pull into Termini station, a 15-minute drive from Le Quattro Dame. Hotel transfers from the station cost €30.


The hotel doesn’t have any parking facilities; you’re better off arranging transfers or flagging taxis.

Worth getting out of bed for

The hotel is a few minutes’ walk from the Pantheon and Piazza Navona, on the edge of the Trastevere district, where lots of excellent local pizzerie and trattorie can be found (it’s especially lively by night). The Colosseum, St. Peter’s Church and the famous Spanish Steps are a 15-minute stroll away. Go for a potter around the Villa Borghese gardens at Piazzale Scipione Borghese; Orto Botanico, Rome’s peaceful botanic gardens is equally lovely. Shop for vintage treasures at Omero e Cecilia, on Via del Governo Vecchio. Post-adventure, relax in the cosy lounge, sipping an espresso and admiring the little selection of Renaissance portraits, including the eponymous four ladies.

Local restaurants

Roscioli on Via dei Giubbonari honours its raw ingredients, serving delicious dishes that maximise each component. The restaurant has four separate spaces, including one for private dining (; +39 (0)6 687 5287). Dress to impress at Antica Pesa in Travestere, a high-end charmer with history: it was once a tavern frequented by the farmers who paid their taxes nearby (+39 (0)6 580 9236). Eat with the locals at Da Lucia, a neighbourhood trattoria beloved for its consistently delicious dishes (you’ll have to fight for a table at Sunday lunch). Try Roman specialties, including trippa alla Romana – and remember to save room for tiramisu. Assunta Madre (+39 06 6880 6972) serves succulent seafood and toothsome fish in a dining room styled with exposed brick and masculine hues. Per Me (+39 (0)6 687 7365) on Vicolo del Malpasso gets rave reviews for its swish Mediterranean cuisine; the ambitious tasting menus include ‘Sea Rhythms’ and ‘Between Earth and Sea’. Enoteca Ferrara (+39 (0)6 5833 3920) at Piazza Trilussa serves typical Italian food in a typically warm environment; the wine selection is equally praiseworthy.


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Le Quattro Dame takes its name and inspiration from the portraits of the talented Renaissance artist Piero del Pollaiolo, who was born in Florence in 1443. Reproductions of Piero’s colourful work – including the eponymous four ladies – can be admired in the hotel’s snug little lounge (espresso in hand, natch). Despite the artistic Renaissance leanings and classical palazzo architecture, the hotel’s muse is modern at heart. Rooms and suites are styled with sleek designer flourishes – Viabizzuno and Kartell lighting, Meridiani and Flou beds, Dedar and Sacho curtains; bathrooms aglitter with steel accessories from Agape and Gessi – and there’s nothing trad or stuffy about the relaxed, DIY (in the best way) approach to hospitality. Le Quattro Dame doesn’t attempt to distract you with a restaurant or bar; instead, it sensibly puts the emphasis on the Eternal City’s timeless lures, many of which just so happen to be its near neighbours: the Pantheon, Piazza Navona and Trastevere, to name a few.

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