The bar is raised high by luxury hotels in Rome – and the rooftop terrace at this smart boutique establishment sits well above it. Surrounded by flowers, it is a rare green space that serves the whole cityscape over breakfast, coffee or cocktails, teasing guests’ imagination about the streets waiting to be explored below.
The Inn at the Spanish Steps is a former 18th-century townhouse: the location traditional, and rooms thoroughly modern. While the hotel does not have its own restaurant, they are in such plentiful supply in Rome – from fine dining to local trattorias – that tricky gastronomical decisions will be required… or your stay extended. The iconic Spanish steps are themselves mere paces away, but so too are the local boutiques and ornate churches that raise the question: how have I not discovered this before? Such is Rome’s enduring appeal.
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