Hotel Eden

Rome, Italy

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

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    A tranquil retreat in central Rome

Why we choose Hotel Eden


  • Commanding views of your very own Roman empire from atop this home away from home
  • Super location, seconds from the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto
  • Classic style throughout this hotel

Grandeur meets comfortable elegance. The hotel brings you the best modern conveniences all tastefully incorporated into the classic décor.

The marvel of this hotel is that it’s tucked away in a quiet corner. Once inside you’d never guess you were in the midst of busy-busy central Rome. But there you are, steps away from the Spanish Steps.

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We suggest

Aim for the top. Get a room with a view; the higher the better.

What you need to know about the hotel

As much a treasure as the top sights in this ancient city

  • Beautifully renovated in keeping with its 19th century architecture
  • Breathtaking panoramic views of the city from La Terrazza and Il Giardino restaurants, but book in advance, they’re popular with the locals too
  • Guest rooms in subdued colors, with subtle patterns and large windows; keeping the space light and fresh

A true classic hotel, focusing on elegant décor and exquisite service. All guest rooms are designed to help you enjoy the views afforded by its central location. Though for maximum benefit you need to book the Penthouse. This 6th floor marvel has expansive windows looking out over the rooftops of Rome.

With such a wealth of history, architecture and art to enjoy in the city, we’d guess you won’t have time to miss a spa or a swimming pool. If the grown ups need some extra time sightseeing then the special program for children will come in handy.

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We suggest

Sundowner cocktails on the rooftop terrace are one of the perks of staying here. Don’t miss it.

Where is it and what's nearby

In the heart of Rome, near the Spanish Steps and Via Veneto

  • Surrounded by hues of gold, cinnamon and terracotta, in the very heart of ancient Rome
  • 45 minutes by private transfer from the Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci Airport to the hotel
  • Minutes from the shopping heaven of Via Veneto, or for the culture vultures, a five-minute taxi ride to the Pantheon

In a unique proposition, the Hotel Eden is tucked away in a tranquil nook while simultaneously being right in the center of Rome.

For those wanting to see, shop and taste their way through the Eternal City this is the ideal location. But forget the hustle and bustle. This little corner of Paradise is not called the Eden for nothing.

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.

  • A word from the hotel

    I like to challenge the guide books by sending guests to the unlikely places, sharing an unorthodox view of this ancient city.
    Alessandro Arciola, Concierge

  • A word from the hotel

    Not to be missed. The best European martini cocktail prepared by our Head Barman Lucio Masci. Even better when enjoyed on the 6th floor while savoring the best views in Rome.
    Luca Virgilio, General Manager

  • We say

    Treat yourself. Dine in the rooftop restaurant for a beautiful view over the rooftops of Rome. But be warned, it’s pricey.


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When you book with us

Because of our special relationship with The Dorchester Collection we include these exclusive benefits when you book through Protravel:

  • Upgrade on arrival, subject to availability
  • Full breakfast served in restaurant for up to 2 in-room guests
  • €85 Euro food & beverage credit to be utilized during stay

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