Welcome to Hotel City Rome


The 3 star Hotel City is located just a hundred yards from the Spanish Steps and the famous Trevi Fountain, in a central location abounding in shopping, and in the immediate vicinity of all the main attractions in Rome. The perfect residence for a leisurely stay, the hotel is easily reachable by subway, with stops at Piazza di Spagna or the splendid Piazza Barberini, just a short distance from the Quirinale. .

The Vatican and its marvelous museums are reachable in less than half an hour, along with the fascinating Pantheon, the Imperial Fora, and the spectacular arena of the Colosseum, the amphitheatre and home of gladiators that has become the symbol of the Eternal City. Rome offers all its visitors the magic of its alleys and squares, such as Piazza Navona – a triumph of the Baroque period – and St. Peter's Square, dominated by its magnificent Basilica, a pilgrimage site for thousands of faithful followers year-round.

Nightspots and restaurants in Rome are just about everywhere; the historic center in fact abounds in entertainment opportunities, whether savoring the renowned and generous traditional Roman cuisine or soaking in the authentic spirit of the capital and the popular Trastevere district. The vitality of nighttime entertainment in the Trastevere quarter closely recalls the unparalleled charm animating iconic scenes from La Dolce Vita and the renowned Via Veneto, still today a street whose appeal and glamour is undeniable, and easily reachable from the Hotel City.

Business | For guests travelling on business, the Hotel City offers efficient services and all the advantages of a strategic location for reaching the main government ministries, Constitutional Court, Bank of Italy, and numerous headquarters of public administrations and national and international private companies


Hospitable and welcoming, the Hotel City in Rome is an ideal residence for guests seeking to discover the heart of the Eternal City

Palazzo dei Cardinali

During the Renaissance, the most beautiful villas and buildings of Rome were erected in the streets of the city's Colonna district; the residences of the Papal State's nobility and rich bourgeoisie, of which Palazzo dei Cardinali is a superb example. Owned by Cardinal Ferrantini in the 16th century, the palace was restored during the 19th century and embellished with frescoes of angels and cherubs, its salons laid out in travertine and Venetian floors. This is the fascinating residence that houses the Hotel City today!

Hotel City, ever so close to the heart of Rome.


Via dei Due Macelli

Between Piazza di Spagna and Largo del Tritone, the ancient Via Paolina (thus named by Pope Paul III), with the prominent Collegio di Propaganda Fide, was the street in which Rome's meat market was located. During the 19th century, it was also the headquarters of the 19th century journal “Cronaca Bizantina” - frequented by the likes of Carducci, De Amicis and Verga - as well as the Salone Margherita vaudeville theater. Its stage was crowned with the verve of the time, consecrating artists of the caliber of Petrolini, Trilussa, Pasquariello, Aldo Fabrizi and Totò. Since 1972, it has hosted shows presented by the troupe “Il Bagaglino”.


From the Hotel City, a walk to the nearby Piazza di Spagna and renowned Spanish steps of Trinità dei’ Monti, leads to abundant classy shopping provided by the marvelous boutiques in Via Condotti, Via Borgognona and Via del Corso. Just a few city blocks away, lovers of antiques and paintings can head to Via Margutta, a charming area of Rome seemingly from another era. The Hotel City is also just a short distance from the park at Villa Borghese and the extraordinary collection of art works exhibited in the villa's many elegant salons.