Rome, the capital city of Italy, combines art, culture, religion, and fashion. It is one of the top traveling destinations that offer one or all that. The historical ruins and relics of early Christianity are the most fascinating thing in Rome. Still, there are also side attractions like the quirky shops, buzzing aperitivo sceneries, and the neighborhood trattorias and osterias.
If you plan on going to Rome as an independent traveler to enjoy what it has to offer, you should consider the small stylish places that offer the personal touch of a luxurious experience.
This post contains some of the best boutique hotels Rome has to offer, with great amenities at affordable prices. Read on to discover more!
J.K. Place Roma
JK Place Roma is well known for its residential interior; wood-paneled walls, mid-century upholsteries, canopy bed, and wall-to-wall carpet. It gives a home-away-from-home feeling with the same luxury you enjoy at home. All thanks to Michele Bönan, an architect and interior decorator.
This boutique hotel, like most typical roman settings, has marble statues. Just beyond them is a lobby lounge, where the evening can be spent enjoying a combination of Italian cuisine and cocktails.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Restaurant Room serviceFacilities for disabled guests Pet friendlyPrivate Parking Bar Breakfast
Palazzo Dama used to be a party palace for the 18th-century elites until its transformation into a modern but minimalist boutique hotel. It has a total of 30 rooms and suites with paneled walls, vintage drapes, dashboards, and art books on the coffee table. The kind of view that’s greets you in a decent home. The in-house restaurant is mirror-walled and lavished with gold and white decors, and the bar is a daring shade of black with yellow daybeds.
Most popular amenities: 1 swimming pool Non-smoking rooms Fitness center Restaurant Room serviceWiFi in all areas Airport shuttleTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar Breakfast
Portrait Roma is another 14 rooms boutique hotel designed by Michele Bönan, the same decorator who designed the J.K. Place Roma, except nothing short of homey. Portrait Roma is a blend of contemporary fashions and photographs, wood and leather furniture.
It has a rooftop lounge and bars with a fireplace for enjoying the roman evening skyline. It is far removed from central Rome but right on Via Condotti, where there is a vantage view of the Spanish steps.
Most popular amenities: Free WiFiFamily rooms Pet friendly Non-smoking rooms24-hour front desk Room service
Casa cau is a 15th-century building that gives a view of the Trevi Fontana. It is a 5 apartment boutique hotel decorated to suit different tastes. The pastel suite is decorated to mimic a historical garden fresco. The 6th suite has an industrialized theme. It has a dining table made of mortar and a balcony accessed from a cloth closet. Suite 4 has a Turkish bath and a view of the piazza; think luxury.
All-in-all, each Casa cau interior – as each suite is called – is great to lodge in. There is an eat-in kitchen and pastry delivered regularly and punctually each morning along with the morning paper.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking rooms Pet friendly Free WiFiFamily rooms. Heating
Fifteen keys is a complete-service boutique hotel in the Monti district, close to the Colosseum, with classy but simple accommodations – 15 of them in all, hence the name, “fifteen keys.” It used to be a townhouse until it was converted to a boutique hotel. Still, it retains its color schemes 1950-styled furniture, and vintage lightings, even a doorbell.
Most popular amenities: Non-smoking roomsFacilities for disabled guests Room serviceWiFi in all areas Airport shuttle Pet friendlyTea/Coffee Maker in All Rooms Bar
Our top choice hotels offer comfort, convenience, and a level of luxury. All of which is aimed at making your travel to Rome very worthwhile. At Travelpony help, you plan your trip hassle-free! Contact us today!