9 Rome Hotels with History around them

A charming and friendly 3 star establishment tucked away in the Celio district of Rome, it is the ideal hotel for both business and pleasure. Hotel rooms are bright and airy, traditionally furnished with all of the amenities you need throughout your stay including: satellite TV, safety deposit boxes and wireless internet.More Details>
The Gran Melia Rome is the flagship hotel of the Melia brand, enveloped by the ancient legends of Rome and the Villa Agrippina which belonged to the famous Roman Empress, mother of Emperor Nero. Today, this urban resort blends rich history with unrivalled elegance and luxury. Hotel guestrooms are illuminated with large windows and natural light, each room offers king-size beds or twin beds and the latest audio technology including flat screen TV and iPod dock. The bedrooms offer warm and inviting tones in their decor and clarins bathroom amenities.More Details>
Set in a historical Palazzo this is a chic upmarket hotel within a short walk to many of the main attractions of Rome. The hotel rooms are all about space, style and luxury and with a 24 hour concierge service on call, anything is possible. Each of the guestrooms feel more like a private city residence with flat screen HDTV, Nespresso machine, free Wi-Fi and air-conditioning. The rooms are fresh, bright with lots of stylish attention to detail and offer top of the line amenities for their guests.More Details>
The unique feature of the Hotel Abruzzi is that all of their 26 guestrooms except two overlook the Piazza della Rotunda and the Pantheon, one of the most popular historical places of interest in Rome. Hotel rooms are bright and clean with decorative images of ancient Rome and earthy tones to bring the colours of the outdoors, indoors. Each room is equipped with free Wi-Fi connection, air-conditioning, satellite TV and coffee and tea making facilities.More Details>
The hotel used to be the old Ram Inn in 1467, then it became the Sun, now Albergo del Sole is one of the world's oldest hotels. Careful restoration has ensured that some original features of the old building still exist within the communal areas and guestrooms. The rooms themselves reflect a seamless blend of 15th century heritage and contemporary decor. Many of the exclusive hotel rooms have views of the Pantheon.More Details>
Set in one of the most charming locations of downtown Rome, you will find elegant guestrooms with a wonderful view, furnished with hand made upholstery, wooden floors and antiques. Offering a mix of traditional and contemporary design the classic atmosphere ensures you feel right at home. The romantic hotel guestrooms look onto the pretty and picturesque Piazza della Maddalena and it's church famous for the rococo facade.More Details>
Nestled on a cobbled street close to the river, Relais Giulia is located in a beautiful 16th century palazzo, here, classic Roman Renaissance meets contemporary living. Three floors are decorated with ornate bas-reliefs and stucco and each room offers unique features for the guests. Hotel rooms are clean and fresh with cosy features and ambient lighting. Each guest room offers neutral shades, built in safe, free Wi-Fi, TV and pets are allowed in some of the accommodations by prior arrangement.More Details>
In the heart of the city of Rome Gigli d'Oro Suite offers the feeling of a boutique hotel. Located in a traditional 15th century medieval palace which once belonged to Pope Sixtus V, it conveys the unique flair of a city Roman residence which still houses many of the original features. Six luxury suites offer every amenity, a rich balance of the 15th century setting, contemporary decor and cutting edge technologies. The elegantly designed rooms are perfect for couples or a business stay in the city, as old wood beams combine with color therapy bathrooms to ensure your stay is as delightful and unique as the city itself.More Details>
The hotel was named after Emperor Napoleon III who lived in the building in 1830, it is located within the XVI century Palazzo Ruspoli on one of the most fashionable and exclusive streets of Rome. The entrance is via huge wooden doors through an elegant arcade of Doric Columns, then a grand sweeping marble staircase leads guests to the apartments. guestrooms are fit for nobility, with opulent fabrics and warm, inviting tones, antique furnishings and atmospheric lighting you will be transported back in time. Cutting edge technology blends perfectly with a nespresso machine, 55 inch TV, video projector, CD player and iPod docking station to name a few of the extras on offer. The rooms are perfect for couples or friends and families or for a special occasion.More Details>

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Address Details

1 : Hotel Lancelot
Via Capo d'Africa, 47, 00184, Rome

2 : Gran Melia
Via del Gianicolo, 3, 00165, Rome

3 : Babuino 181
Via del Babuino, 181,, Rome

4 : Relaise Maddalena
Piazza della Maddalena, 6, 00186, Rome

5 : Relaise Giulia
Via Giulia, 93, 00186, Rome

6 : Gigli D'Oro Suite
Via dei Gigli D'Oro, 12, 00121, Rome

7 : La Residenza Napoleone
Via Napoleone III, 28, 00185, Rome