5 Boutique Hotels you need to consider staying at in Rome

They say that when you are in Rome, do as the Romans. Now any Roman will tell you that you do not need to stay in an overstretched big hotel to have fun in the city. In fact, many Italians opt for the smaller hotels due to their personalized customer care. Below are some of the boutique hotels in Rome. You are well advised to stay in one of them.

1. Babuino 181

For a night stay at this hotel, expect to part with the little sum of 20 Euros. It is located on Via del Babuino 181 and features amenities such as marble bathrooms, king-size beds, Nespresso coffee machine, flat screen TV, iPod docking stations and many more. Attractions such as the Spanish Steps are a walking distance away.

2. Suite Sistina

Located at Via di San Teodoro 44, Suite Sistina is a cozy abode for the discerning travellers. Its 72 modern and sleek rooms open you to the unexplored leisure in this Italian capital. Nearby attractions include; Palatine Hill, Circus Maximus and the Roman Forum.

3. Gigli d'Oro Suites

You will not even notice that this hotel has been in operation for over 100 years. It is the sort of place you become a regular due to the friendly customer service you receive. It is located on Via dei Gigli d'Oro 12. Nearby attractions include the legendary Piazza Navona. Book your spot here and enjoy your best multisensory hydro massage yet.

4. Villa Laetitia

In 1911, Armando Brasini built a villa in the art nouveau-style. Right across the villa is the ever popular Villa Borghese. This boutique hotel features 15 mini-apartments and is located on Lungotevere delle Armi 22.

5. Leon's Place

Located on Via XX Settembre 90/94, Leon's Place is a 19th-century palazzo building that has over the years changed functions from disco to shopping stall to its current state as a boutique hotel. It is just 10 minutes from the train terminal. It boasts 56 rooms that come with understated elegance. It features floor to ceiling windows, sleek furniture among others.

Welcome to Rome...and do as the Romans...

by Kennedy Runo on 01/26/2015 in Hotels