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Top 10 Luxury Hotels In Rome

If you are looking for the best luxury hotels in Rome during your Italian destination wedding or you need to recommend some hotels to your guests, Sanda Pandza Events made a selection for you.


Putting the ‘grand’ in grand dame, the landmark St. Regis has been one of Rome’s flagship luxury hotels since hotelier César Ritz welcomed the first illustrious guests in 1894. The flawless hospitality makes it a favourite among celebrities and heads of state to this day. The heart of the hotel is its vast lobby, which incorporates the bar, bistro-style restaurant, and exquisite sapphire-blue library. Across the lobby’s opulent mosaic-and-gold-leaf rotonda, the historic Ritz ballroom is the oldest in Rome and its Spinetti frescoes are protected by the Culture Ministry and can be used for the rehearsal dinner the night before your wedding reception.


Frequented by fashion and film people, affluent tourists and style-conscious business travellers, the hotel is the entirely refurbished avatar of an earlier establishment popular with artists like Picasso and Jean Cocteau. Service is top-notch, and it can be safely said the the De Russie boasts some of the best-informed concierges in the capital, as well as a small but rather lovely spa with six treatment rooms, and even a Massimo Serini hair salon. The stunning garden is the ideal place to celebrate the rehearsal dinner or the post-wedding brunch.


The Hassler, one of Rome’s most prestigious hotels, has the body of a grand dame – complete with Michelin-starred dining, superlative style and enviable real estate atop the Spanish Steps. Its heart, however, is that of a family-run inn, free of pretense and suffused with a disarmingly personal warmth. This hotel has been a favorite of celebrities and royalty for more than a century, and the staff provide a level of personalized service befitting their clientele. Amenities include the in-house Rossano Ferretti Hair Salon, the small Amorvero spa and fitness room, and a 24-hour concierge service. The rooftop terrace with the most amazing view overlooking Rome can be used for the cocktail party or the rehearsal dinner.


This five-star luxury hotel makes part of the Dorchester Collection and is one of the favorite accommodations for your destination wedding guests The elegant atmospheres and great hospitality with an authentic Roman spirit makes this hotel a favorite hotspot. This hotel was loved by Fellini, it was on its beautiful terrace that the director held some of his interviews, where guests can now enjoy the culinary craft of Fabio Ciervo, including a fantastic salad of octopus and celery.


A stone’s throw from Piazza del Popolo, Palazzo Dama offers guests the opportunity to experience Rome in a historic villa with the hospitality, ambience and amenities of a refined 5-star hotel. Built next to the banks of the Tiber, this elegant Liberty villa was once the residence of the noble Italian Malaspina family. Here, the Marquises welcomed diplomats, aristocrats and the cultural elite of past centuries.

The name Palazzo Dama pays tribute to the noblewomen who enlivened its halls during the many years of Family residency.  In particular, the name is inspired by the most exuberant of these women: the Marchesa Anna Maria Malaspina, who lived in the eighteenth century and was much admired for her refinement and wit.

Amazing staircase are perfect spot for the bride’s pre-ceremony shooting.


JK Place is one of the most elegant hotels in Italy. Its design is extraordinary, a discreet, warm and welcoming retro look that makes every guest feel important. – it’s as impressive in the bedrooms as it is in the downstairs areas. On the ground floor is the elegant sitting room while the 23 double bedrooms and seven suites feature rosewood-clad vestibules, gray and white marble bathrooms, simple rosewood four-poster beds, and master bedrooms in soft taupe or petrol green. Close to all the shopping streets and the main places of interest.


You’re a Roman count with a townhouse overlooking the Colosseum; you have a penchant for stylish contemporary design which retains some flavour of the classical beauty and elegance that surrounds your 18th-century abode. At the same time, you want to impress your guests with the flourish of a rooftop restaurant that is among the most romantic in Rome. Palazzo Manfredi is the result – and although the exuberance of designer Giorgia Dennerlein in mixing styles and periods is sometimes a little dizzying, it makes for an undeniably romantic ambience.


Some hotels model themselves on stately homes or aristocratic townhouses; Residenza Napoleone III – named for the emperor who once stayed here – is the real thing. The Old Master paintings you see on the walls, the busts of Roman emperors that line the grand entrance staircase, the heirloom antiques that decorate the place – all these things have been in the Ruspoli family for generations. But this is no draughty castle – it feels warm despite the grand setting. Though you’re left to enjoy your suite of rooms without maids meddling and butlers bustling, a charming fixer is there to help out.


The Rome Cavalieri, a Waldorf Astoria Resort set on 15 acres with views to St. Peter’s, is both a lavish escape and a perfect city-break address. The lack of neighborhood action is more than made up for by a world-class art collection and La Pergola Rome, one of the best restaurants in the capital. Arriving at the Cavalieri feels a bit like stepping into Rome’s bygone era, a time of endless manicured gardens, cheery butlers, and azure swimming pools where cocktails can be taken at any time of the day, darling. The swimming pools are as close to outdoor swimming as it gets in Rome, ensconced among hundreds of acres of greenery. The beautiful and impressive rooftop is ideal place to host the rehearsal dinner or post-wedding brunch.


Located between the Baths of Diocletian and the Basilica of Santa Maria degli Angeli, the 238-room Palazzo Naiadi is one of the most beautiful hotels in the Eternal City. Its 18th and 19th century walls overlook the beautiful Piazza della Repubblica. The elegant rooms in neoclassical style, with crowned ceilings and gilded mirrors and wall lights. A beautiful and welcoming hall with impeccable service. Hotel has a beautiful terrace, ideal for the rehearsal dinner for your destination wedding in Rome.