Via del Pellegrino 122 - at our 4 star Hotel Rinascimento you'll be close to the neighbourhood affectionately known as the Jewish Ghetto, where you can sample some fine kosher cuisine and check out some of Rome's oldest and most traditional jewellers. Near the River Tiber, you're also walking distance from the vibrant nightlife spots Campo de'Fiori and Trastevere.
Located at Via di Capo le Case 60, about equidistant between Barberini and Spagna Metro Stops, this fine quality 4 star hotel places you within a short stroll of the Spanish Steps, Via dei Condotti and Via Vittorio Veneto. More or less the geometric centre of Rome, any landmark you can't walk to from here you can easily find public transport links to instead.
This classy 4 star hotel is on Via Dei Due Macelli 118, just a few steps away from the Trevi Collection Hotel. In the heart of the hustle and bustle, you'll find parliament nearby as well as Rome's banking quarter and no end of typical restaurants and trattorias. It's also extremely close to the Metro A - the fastest way around town, no question!
This ample-sized 3 star family hotel in a former Patrician Villa with an internal garden is situated at Via Nomentana 28, within sight of the ancient city gate of Porta Pia. Offering the perfect combination of the less-touristy Rome but a stone's throw from the historical centre, guests can kick back and relax here in tranquillity.
The Hotel Quattro Fontane is located at number 149 on the street of the same name, one of Rome's oldest and most exquisitely characteristic. Literally the street of the four fountains, you're seconds from Barberini Metro, Via Veneto, the Cappuccino Monks and the Opera House, as well as in the heart of Rome's finest shopping area.
On Vicolo del Babuccio, 21 the 3 star Hotel Trevi really is in the middle of everything, particularly the Trevi Fountain. Within a 500m radius you'll find some of Rome's most important spectacles, like Piazza Navona and the Pantheon; some of the coolest shopping in Via del Corso and no shortage of classic Roman eateries, drinkeries and of course, ice-creameries!