Star of the Spanish Steps
What it is
A 91-room icon that’s as much a Roman institution as the Colosseum.
What it isn't
Boring. Every single guest room is unique.
What we think
When you're on a Roman Holiday, pamper yourself as much as possible—we’re sure that’s what Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck would suggest, anyway. At Hassler Roma, that pampering takes many forms, from a rose marble suite overlooking the San Pietro Dome to dinner at the 6th-floor Michelin-starred Imàgo, where tasting menus may include blue lobster and hijiki seaweed salad or breaded sea scallops with black truffles. We personally picture Audrey herself in the Amorvero SPA, having a eucalyptus and lemon pedicure while overlooking the Spanish Steps themselves. Funny Face, indeed!
You're here because
In 1938 this property housed the United States Army’s headquarters for World War II, and if ever you needed a protective, coddling barricade, it’s now.
Summers can be sweltering in Rome—thankfully, Hassler long ago found the antidote. When you bring your passion fruit and vodka Sgroppino sorbet to your lips, your body temperature plummets as low as if you’d jumped in the Tiber.
At the very top of the 135 Spanish Steps in central Rome. Trevi fountain is just a few blocks away, though if you’re staying at Hassler Roma, how much more do you really have to wish for?
Restaraunts & Bars
Imàgo - Michelin-starred Italian restaurant with panoramic views of the city
Salone Eva - Open for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, and dinner. Delicious Italian cuisine offerings including fine wines, cocktails, and after-theatre snacks.
Palm Court - a charming garden restaurant & bar set in the heart of the hotel
Hassler Bar - a cozy coctail bar, ideal for an aperitif or an after-dinner drink
Sala Vietri Lobby Bar - a cozy lounge bar, perfect for an afternoon tea or evening cocktail