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Intercontinental De La Ville Roma
Rome, ItalyEnter your email address and zip code for pricing and availability
Why Stay At Intercontinental De La Ville Roma
A hilltop location a few steps from the Spanish Steps provides panoramic views of Italy's Eternal City.
It's no wonder Sophia Loren often celebrates her birthday in this classic 192-room Rome hotel, a short stroll from the top of the Spanish Steps. Set within a 17th-century palazzo, the InterContinental retains plenty of old world charms. Although rooms are not expansive, they are tastefully designed, with a charming mix of Baroque reproductions and modern furnishings, plus historic floral prints and ornate detailing. The quaint garden courtyard is where well-dressed travelers dig into the ample breakfast buffet in the morning and sip martinis by barista Antonio in the evening. For those looking to experience the Eternal City, there are plenty of neighborhood bars—not to mention all the sights of central Rome (including the Via Condotti, Via Frattina, and Via Borgognona) within easy walking distance.
I Due Murano on the hotel's second floor is a classy piano lounge for martinis under Murano chandeliers, but the best spot for sunset cocktails is the sixth-floor Emperor Terrace, with sweeping views over the dome of St. Peter's and the Pantheon.
The Spanish Steps are iconic—but not necessarily a climb you want to tackle at the end of every long day. Just inside the Spagna Metro station, however, is an elevator that whisks you to the top of the steps, where you'll be about a block from the hotel.
Arrive at Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino Airport (FCO), which is approximately 20 miles (40 minutes) from the hotel.Via Sistina 69, Rome, Lazio, Italy
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Fitness Center
- Beauty Salon
- Currency Exchange
- Business Services
- Laundry Service
- Shoe Shine Service
- Wired + Wireless Internet
- Multilingual Staff
- Satellite Television
- Mini Bars
- Hair Dryers
- In-Room Safe
- Wireless Internet
- Turndown Service
- Air Conditioning
- Rooftop Bar
- Live Music
5-night minimum stay required
- 2-person occupancy in Classic rooms
- 7-person occupancy in Family Suite
- Welcome drink
- A €100 voucher toward food and beverage
Why We Love Rome
In with the old. Wrap your mind around jaw-dropping ancient ruins juxtaposed with thriving modern culture in one of the world's most captivating cities.
Where to Eat: Checchino dal 1887. For classic Roman dishes, head to Checchino dal 1887, which has been serving local cuisine for 125 years from its location in the hillside of Testaccio (also the site of one of the largest wine cellars in all of Rome). Read More
Where to Shop: Il Discount dell'Alta Moda. High fashion comes at high prices on Rome's famous streets around the Spanish Steps—but just a few blocks away, Il Discount dell'Alta Moda sells last season's styles from the same chic brands—Versace, Armani, Prada, D&G, Miu Miu, and more—at up to 50 percent off.
Best Gelato: San Crispino. Thankfully there are now two central outlets for San Crispino, the well-known purveyor of Roman ice cream. The original location is around the corner from the Trevi Fountain, the second, near the Pantheon. Read More