Luxury in Rome: Rome’s Top Accommodations
A visit or stay in the Eternal City is unforgettable in its own right, but waking up in one of Rome’s most luxurious accommodations will make the experience downright unbeatable. Whether you are a local looking to splurge on a stay-cation or a visitor wanting to experience the best that Rome has to offer, there are a number of amazing residences available to show you a side of the city that you likely haven’t seen before. With Rome being one of the oldest European cities, rich with history and culture, it’s no wonder it is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. Impressive architecture can be found just about everywhere you look and even inside some of the most luxurious accommodations, you’ll feel as if you were in a museum, when in fact you are right at home. Here are some luxury accommodations for booking your next stay in la citta eterna…
Costaguti Experience (Jewish Quarter)
There is no experience quite like the Costaguti one. This luxury accommodation dates back hundreds of years and was the home of the aristocratic Costaguti family for centuries.
It has now been recently renovated to allow guests from all over the world to experience Rome in the best way possible, by staying in this piano nobile located in Piazza Mattei, or the Turtle Fountain. The apartment is complete with 5 bedrooms/6 bathrooms, and can accommodate up to 14 people. Don’t worry about not having enough to do at home as they even have a billiards room and sauna to keep you entertained. Additional services are available upon request, such as an at home chef, baby-sitter, personal trainer and private car service to name a few.
Palazzo Berardi (Centro Storico)
If an outside space is vital for you, then look no further than the luxury mansion of Palazzo Berardi. One of the most impressive features of the mansion is the large, private terrace which overlooks the courtyard below. Palazzo Berardi is quietly nestled by Piazza della Pigna.
Close enough to major attractions, like the Pantheon and Piazza Venezia, but away from the churning noise of the city center. The mansion can hold up to 10 guests in its 3-bedroom, 3.5 bath interior with 7 beds. Not only will the private terrace amaze you, but wait until you see the interior which boasts 17th century art in a 16th century aristocratic building.
47 Luxury Suites Colosseo (Colosseum)
Are you looking to stay somewhere with a spectacular view? This luxury suite, located right in front of the Colosseum, will exceed your expectations. Complete with 3 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 4 beds (murphy bed in shared living area), it can accommodate up to 8 guests.
All guests are provided complementary transportation to and from the airport or train station and a fully stocked kitchen (including breakfast items), with their stay. Enjoy having meals in the dining area with a full, uninterrupted view of the colosseum right in front of you.
Palazzo Odescalchi (Centro Storico)
This 17th-century, 4-bedroom, villa, located by La Basilica dei Santi XII Apostoli is perfect for those who want to stay in a home and feel like royalty. The owner of the accommodation, Princess Maria Pace Odescalchi, made sure every inch of this home was covered with luxury.
The baroque style of the home was designed by Gian Lorenzo Bernini, complete with a Murano chandelier in the dining room and original rococo-era gilding in the master bedroom. The palazzo comes with your own family cook, a butler, maid and private tour guides at your request. By staying at Palazzo Odescalchi, you also get VIP access to the family’s elite black book of things to see, do and where to eat in the city.
OneFineStay on Via Del Corso (Centro Storico)
This 3 bedroom, 3-bathroom apartment, which holds up to 6 people, is perfect for families or groups who want to enjoy la dolce vita in Rome. Located on one of the busiest streets in Rome, Via Del Corso, it’s only a short walk away from major attractions, such as Piazza Navona and the Pantheon.
As soon as you walk in, you’ll notice the wide windows surrounding the living area as well as the stunning marble floors throughout the apartment. The roof terrace isn’t too bad either with stunning views of the city center and Vittorio Emanuele.
So whether you decide to go with the 16th century luxury mansion or the Colosseum view, there really is no wrong way to spend a much needed vacation in Rome. The hardest part will be deciding which location to choose from, after that, everything else will be taken of. Now, what are you waiting for? Start planning your trip today.