Rome 4-Star Hotels
ABOVE: Roof terrace of the
Rome four-star hotels (A-E)
This hotel opened in 2001, with 78 rooms in a mid-19th Century building near the
Termini station and the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore.
Superior rooms have Jacuzzi baths.
If you want to spend the night within easy driving distance of Ciampino Airport,
this hotel on the city outskirts is worth considering. Its modern main building
is on the grounds of a villa (now an annex), and it has a restaurant that's
badly needed in a neighborhood of offices and car dealers.
A location near Rome's congress center make the Ariston popular with business
travelers. The hotel also caters to upmarket tour groups.
Relive the 1920s in an elegant hotel near the Porta Pia, 10 minutes from the
Termini station. A Metro station is nearby.
The Artemide opened in 1994. Its restored Art Nouveau building is on the Via
Nazionale, less than 1 km from the Termini station, and all 82 rooms are
All 70 rooms have Jacuzzi tubs at the Atlanta Garden, which was renovated in
1999, is within easy walking distance of the Vatican, and offers free airport
pickup. The same management operates:
The Atlante Star offers Vatican views, a rooftop garden restaurant, and free
pickup at the airport. In addition to its attractive standard guest rooms, the
hotel offers nonsmoking rooms, family rooms, and suites with Jacuzzis.
Albergo del Sole
This hotel claims to be one of Rome's oldest, with a history dating back to
1467. It faces the Pantheon on the Piazza della Rotonda.
Convenience is one reason to stay at the Atlantico, which is located on the Via
Cavour near the Termini station, the Roman Archaeological Museum, and Santa
Maria Maggiore. The generous buffet breakfast caters to British and American
Bettoja Massimo D'Azeglio
An historic wine cellar and restaurant, built in 1875, now houses a 198-room
hotel near the Opera and the Termini station.
A roof garden offers a stunning view from atop the highest of Rome's seven
hills. The 266-room hotel is furnished in Italian Art Deco style.
The modern Grand Hotel Beverly Hills is near the Villa Borghese. The
"American-style" building has a coach drop-off point, which may be a warning
signal to independent travelers.
This large, modern, fully air-conditioned hotel is in the upscale Parioli
residential district, just to the northeast of the Borghese Gardens.
The Dei Mellini is on the right bank of the Tiber, a few short blocks from the
Piazza Cavour and the Castel San Angelo. The handicapped-accessible hotel has
specially equipped rooms for disabled guests.
It's hard to beat the Delle Nazione's location, which is close to the Trevi
Fountain and the Spanish Steps. The 74-room hotel was renovated a few years ago
and has a private garage.
Enjoy the view of the Porta Pinciana and Villa Borghese from the top-floor
breakfast room, then head down the Via Veneto for shopping and sightseeing.
This elegant hotel, which opened in 1999, occupies a palazzo that was built for
a noble Venetian family more than 130 years ago. In the warm months, you can
enjoy drinks in the courtyard, and the vaulted rooms of the stables have been
converted into a handsome bar. The U.S. Embassy is three blocks away.