The following are the some of the best boutique hotels in Rome.
Hotel Alexandra is a 19th century hotel with its 45 comfortable rooms overlooking the fashionable Via Veneto. All rooms have antique furniture, private bathrooms, a television as well as and air conditioning. Breakfast is served in the hotel s salon and is included in the price. Other facilities include telex and photocopying. There are meeting rooms that can hold about 80 people.
Hotel Artemide is attractively decorated with artistic features that include a stained-glass dome in the lobby. Guest rooms have spacious bathrooms and a mini-bar. The menu comes in the form of international and Mediterranean dishes. Other hotel facilities include laundry and room service. The cost is inclusive of the breakfast. Also, amenities for the disabled are available.
Hotel Atlante Star is a newly renovated contemporary hotel that is close to the Vatican. The hotel's rooftop restaurant offers a panoramic view of the city. Air-conditioned guest rooms are elegantly decorated and include facilities like hair dryers and bathrooms. Other services include secretarial services, translation services, and currency exchange services.
Hotel d'Inghilterra has an English-style decor that augments the historical character of the hotel. Mark Twain and Hemingway have graced the rooms in the past. Guest rooms have a mini-bar and air conditioning. The upper floors have bigger rooms and balconies. The restaurant serves Italian cuisine, and there are two bars for the visitor to unwind. Room service and business service are provided. Meeting rooms are big enough to hold 40 people.
Hotel Duca d'Alba is situated near most of the city s popular attractions. This modern hotel offers a comfortable stay for all guests. The style of the interior connects with architecture of the 19th century. Guest rooms have telephones, televisions and hair dryers. Several shops and restaurants are within walking distance.
Other boutique hotels in Rome include Hotel Forum; Hotel Lord Byron; Hotel Nerva.