Need to know
30, including three suites.
Noon, but flexible, subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 2pm.
Double rooms from $321.54 (€288), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €7.00 per person per night on check-out.
Rates include a Continental breakfast of pastries and breads, yoghurts, fresh fruit and juices, and strong Italian coffee.
The hotel’s nightclub, Raspoutine, is open on Friday and Saturday nights for cocktails of the bubbly and classic varieties and dancing with the Eternal City’s bright young things.
At the hotel
Raspoutine nightclub, garden, gym, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: a flatscreen TV, minibar, luxury bath products, and bathrobes and slippers.
Our favourite rooms
Dainty Double Deluxe Rooms are sweet spaces for shorter stays, with clean minimalist design, cloud-like beds, Forties-style lamps and impressively roomy marble-tiled ensuite bathrooms. The Suite Royal has a large, private terrace with garden views – just the sort of spot you’d imagine Rome’s past glitterati would rest in after the previous night’s excess.
Make your way to the garden to lounge by the marble-edged swimming pool; there’s a row of sunloungers to one side and a smattering of tables for alfresco drinks to the other. Unusually for central Rome, it’s big enough not only for a quick dip but a few lengths as well.
Bring a capsule collection of pieces inspired by established Italian fashion houses.
Guests can request beauty and spa treatments in their rooms. Ground-floor Double Deluxe Rooms can accommodate guests with mobility issues.
Furry companions are welcome to stay for free; please notify the hotel before arrival. Just let the hotel know when booking. See more pet-friendly hotels in Rome.
Babes-in-arms are welcome, and free baby cots can be provided for under-4s in all except the Double Deluxe rooms, but overall this isn’t a child-friendly hotel. Extra beds for guests aged four and over are €90 a night.