The Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel
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What it is
A sleek 60-room, 19-suite boutique hotel with a Michelin-starred restaurant and clubby rooftop bar.
What it isn't
A ye olde Roman experience. This isn’t your great-great-great-great-great-great grandfather’s Italy; note the pillow menu in your room.
What we think
Rome’s nickname as “The Eternal City” is apropos: much of the cobblestoned streets have remained unchanged for millennia (albeit with more gelato shops). But gladiators of yore wouldn’t recognize The Pantheon Iconic Rome Hotel, which is as high-gloss as they come. In the gray on gray guestrooms, glowing LED lights illuminate the walls of room-wide channeled headboards, and marble-lined bathrooms are fitted with bidets. Ask for the Spa Suite for a 269-square-foot in-room spa (with its own futuristic Sasha Mi by Jacuzzi tub) or the Dioniso Terrace Suite which has—you guessed it—a leafy private terrace that peeps out on the terracotta rooftops beyond.
You're here because
You love history—but you love modern day delights even more. Rooms here include private wine cellars, no less, and there’s an Asian-Mediterranean restaurant that’s garnered a Michelin star on-site.
When in Rome, negronis are your drink. But they’ve never tasted more refreshing than they do in this exact moment: at Divinity Terrace Lounge Bar as the pink glow of sunset falls over the centuries-old rooftops. How do you say “ecstasy” in Italian?
Restaurants & Bars
Idylio by Apreda - Mediterranean flavors blend perfectly with the international spirit crafted by Francesco Apreda
Divinity Terrace - Crafted cocktails and wine from a wide selection
A mere block from the Pantheon—built circa the year 125 AD. All the must-see tourist spots are within walking distance; Piazza Navona, flanked by ancient candy-hued buildings, is just two blocks away.