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Stay in Style: The Trendiest New Hotels in Rome

Here's our handpicked selection of the Eternal City's best new hotels. Love that new hotel smell—especially when it's in Rome.
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After a few years of uncertainty caused by the pandemic, Rome’s hotel sector has rebounded quite nicely with new openings and development announcements.

Here are a few of the newest hotels in the Eternal City.

Cosmopolita Hotel Rome

Photo courtesy Cosmopolita Hotel Rome

Location: Off Piazza Venezia

Hilton’s 4-star Cosmopolita (no “n”) is the first Tapestry Collection hotel in Rome.

The 76-room boutique hotel is mere steps away from ancient sites (Trajan’s Markets) and shopping on Via del Corso. Hilton has a growing portfolio of hotels in Rome, including the Doubletree Monti which opened in 2021. In November, Hilton will open Hilton Rome Eur La Lama, which will have direct access to the EUR convention center La Nuvola.

Nobu Hotel Roma

Photo courtesy Nobu Hotel Roma

Location: Via Veneto

Nobu Hotel Roma houses 122 guest rooms and suites, including a 500sqm Nobu Suite. It also features a Nobu Restaurant offering 24-hour in-room dining plus a green-rooftop terrace, indoor and outdoor meeting space, a full-service city spa, a fitness center, and a music club lounge.

Six Senses Rome

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Location: Via del Corso

Located on Piazza di San Marcello, overlooking Via del Corso and steps away from designer shopping on Via Condotti, Six Senses houses 95 unique rooms and suites. Highlights include the Six Senses Spa, on the ground floor, and a rooftop terrace with 360° panoramic views of the surrounding city and monuments. Six Senses joins four more IHG hotels in Rome and participates in the IHG Rewards program.

InterContinental Rome Ambasciatori Palace

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Location: Via Veneto

The famous Ambasciatori Palace hotel on the Via Veneto, which has hosted ambassadors, celebrities, and literary stars, re-opened in 2023 as the InterContinental Rome. Featuring 160 rooms and suites, the 5-star hotel is now the capital jewel among IHG’s more than two dozen hotels in Italy and participates in the IHG Rewards program.

Bvlgari Hotel Roma

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Location: Campo Marzio, Piazza Augusto Imperatore

The Roman jewelry brand Bulgari—Bvlgari, if spelled the ancient Roman way—opens its anticipated hotel in 2023 in an amazing (though Fascist-era) building in the upscale Campo Marzio district. It will feature 114 suites, a spa, pool, gym, and a library dedicated to the history of jewelry.

The signature Bulgari Suite will look out over the newly restored Mausoleum of Emperor Augustus. For drinks and dining, there will be the Bulgari Bar and Il Ristorante – Niko Romito.

Bvlgari Hotel Roma is the second Bulgari hotel in Italy, joining Bvlgari Hotel Milano.

Opening date: June 9, 2023

Corinthia Hotel Rome

Photo courtesy Corinthia Rome

Location: Piazza del Parlamento, off of Via del Corso

The Corinthia Rome will occupy the former Banca d’Italia building on Piazza del Parlamento. This will be the first hotel in Italy for the luxury Maltese brand.

Opening date: Late 2023

Some Recent Openings & Reopenings

Here are some other hotels in Rome that have recently introduced a refresh or a change in brand.

W Hotel

Photo courtesy W Hotel Rome

Location: Off Via Veneto

W hotels are known as see-and-be-seen hotels, and the new W Hotel Rome follows that trend with Instagrammable public spaces like its open-air courtyard, rooftop bar, and quirky Sicilian-flavored restaurant and pastry bar Giano. The newest of more than 5-dozen Marriott properties in Italy, the W Hotel Rome has 162 rooms and suites. Another Marriott 5-star, the Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, opened near the Pantheon in 2018.

Anantara Palazzo Naiadi

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Location: Piazza Repubblica

Occupying an enviable position inside one of the twin buildings of the 19th century Palazzo Esedra, the 5-star Anantara Palazzo Naiadi takes over the hotel formerly known as the Boscolo Exedra Roma. In addition to its 221 guest rooms, 17 suites, and rooftop pool, the property has had an intriguing (and sometimes tragic) relationship with celebrity, including serving as a backdrop for some scenes in the House of Gucci film. This is the first hotel in Italy by the Thai brand, which is well known for its luxury hotels and spas in Asia.

The Tribune Hotel, a JdV by Hyatt Hotel

Photo courtesy The Tribune

Location: Near Via Veneto/Villa Borghese

The 52-room Tribune joins nine other chic Hyatt-affiliated hotels in the heart of Rome, including Palazzo Manfredi, Palm Suite, and Hotel Maalot (see below). Tucked away near the Via Veneto, the 4-star Tribune Hotel is a great place to stay to enjoy the nature and jogging trails of Villa Borghese and to be within walking distance of the fabulous Borghese Gallery. Hotel guests and visitors can also take advantage of the hotel’s rooftop bar Terrazza Borghese, which overlooks the sprawling park.

Hotel Maalot

Photo courtesy Hotel Maalot

Location: Near Trevi Fountain

This 5-star luxury hotel is housed in the former home of opera composer Gaetano Donizetti!

Find More Hotels in Rome

New places to stay are opening all the time in Rome. Browse the map below for accommodation inspiration and rates.

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You can also find hotel deals on hotel brand websites and hotel search engines. See my travel booking resources for more ideas.

Last updated on February 6th, 2024

Post first published on March 15, 2022

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