A song you should listen to when you arrive:
Ennio Morricone – “Cinema Paradiso”
The unbelievable location at the top of the Spanish Steps and the incredible views from every corner of the hotel.
Best time of the day:
The early morning hours when the Spanish Steps are still deserted.
Luxury Italian heritage combined with amazing service that everybody from the Kennedys to The Beatles have enjoyed.
Room we stayed in:
Deluxe Double Room — but the suites are well worth it.
All around the hotel, the views are hard to beat.
The hotel could not be more central and most attractions and restaurants can be reached by foot.
Flowers, champagne and fruits.
SERVICE AND STAFF
Charming, discrete, and very helpful.
Flawless and fast.
What you expect from Rome’s most famous hotel.
Multiple services per day without ever disturbing you.
FOOD AND BEVERAGE
Fast and excellent Italian dishes.
The in-hotel Michelin-starred restaurant Imàgo offers high-end Italian cuisine with a beautiful panoramic view of the city. Salone Eva is one of the city’s top spots for lunch. All the food at this hotel is exceptionally good.
During summer months, have a drink in the Palm Court, one of the few places in the city where even the hottest weather is bearable. The hotel’s tucked-away Hassler bar is full of ambiance — plus they make a great Negroni.
Well curated breakfast buffet with just the right amount of variety.
All the classics.
King size, Egyptian cotton. Only the best.
Marble, of course.
Plenty, a lot of rooms even have walk-in closets.
Yes, high-end and large.
Located on the third floor, the views from the spa and its adjoining terrace are to die for.
Cold water pool:
Visit the iconic Rossano Ferretti salon — his flagship — inside the Hassler.
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