“Smallish rooms but a perfect location with awesome views of the Spanish Steps… and a drop-dead beautiful patio out back for breakfast.” Jim Byers
Perched at the top of the Spanish Steps, the Hassler is all about classic, old-school Italian style in the lobby – heavily upholstered furnishings, lavish use of silks, Cardinal-red velvet, gilding and enough marble to make Michelangelo jealous.
However, the suites tend to be more contemporary.
The Michelin-starred Imàgo restaurant offers amazing views across Rome’s dome-dotted skyline.
Size 82 rooms and 14 suites
Hotels.com Genuine guest review “Amazing sunset views from the roof-top terrace.”
Did you know
The US Air Force used the hotel as its US headquarters during World War II.