Italy, Europe

  • Rome View 1

    The Eternal city, perfect for romantics of any age

  • Rome View 2

    The Eternal city, perfect for romantics of any age

  • Rome View 3

    The Eternal city, perfect for romantics of any age

How to enjoy Rome

Drenched in history and studded with jewels from the world of art and architecture, Rome is a city to lift the spirits

  • No lines or entry fees make the Pantheon, one of Rome’s best-known architectural gems, a good place to begin your sightseeing
  • Via Condotti is the destination for high-end shopping, packing all the best brands into this narrow but charming little street
  • Rather than wait in endless lines to tour the perennially-popular Sistine Chapel, ask your concierge to pre-arrange an appointment

When it comes to Rome, most visitors go one of two ways: make a list as long as your arm of “must see” attractions and dash from one to the next; or blend into the city to get a feel for what life is like for modern Romans. The third way is to harness modern skills to accomplish both at once.

You can see many of Rome's architectural and historical masterpieces on a tailored tour organized through your concierge. Zip around on a Segway or take a private limo to pre-booked sessions at the big sights. Then dress in your finest Italian chic and take in the elegant boulevards or enjoy the greenery of Villa Borghese. Pause to reflect on the Spanish Steps (people have been doing it in style since the heady days of La Dolce Vita), shop the boutiques of historic Via Veneto—and while you're there, eat at some of Italy's very best restaurants. Wander the narrow streets away from the crowds to come across hidden gems (there's a fountain around every corner) before you head back to your hotel for dinner feeling, perhaps, less like a tourist and more like a local.

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    When to visit Rome

    Winter can get seriously cold, and summer is hot and crowded. Make the most of the weather and relatively small crowds by planning a trip to Rome in the spring or fall.

Hotels we adore in Rome

  • Gourmet guide

    As befits Italy’s capital city, the streets are studded with marvelous places to eat out. We can heartily recommend you pop into any of the traditional osterie in the Trastevere district that takes your fancy. Chances are you’ll be wowed.

  • The local view

    Scooters are everywhere in Rome, but think long and hard before you hop on one yourself. Stop lights are merely suggestions here.

  • Gourmet guide

    For Michelin-starred dining in Rome you can opt for glamorous and romantic at Hilton Cavalieri’s La Pergola restaurant—atop one of the seven hills of Rome you get great food and fab views.
    Then there’s the unassuming two Michelin-starred Il Pagliaccio in the even more unassuming back street of Via del Banchi Vecchi. Go for the food, not the locale.

  • When in Rome

    Ladies are expected to keep their shoulders covered when visiting churches, and shorts are typically frowned upon as well.

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