by Lissa Poirot
Hotel Indigo brands can be found in some of the world’s best cities, including this property in Rome. The hotel is located within walking distance of the Pantheon, Sant’Angelo Castle and Vatican City. Guests of the hotel enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, satellite TV, small refrigerators and coffeemakers. Although the maximum number of guests in a room is three, connecting rooms are available for larger families. The hotel also features the St. George Spa and provides complimentary use of its Roman and Turkish baths to all guests. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are available at the hotel’s I Sofa Bar Restaurant, which features a rooftop terrace, open during the summer months for 360-degree views of Rome.
Our Editor Loves
- Free Wi-Fi
- Rooftop dining
- Connecting rooms
- Free Wi-Fi
- Onsite Dining
We stayed here for 2 nights late Sept after an extended Europe trip and thought it was perfect. We like to walk and found this was the perfect location for us. Room and facilities were very clean. Room at night was quiet. Staff was exceptionally friendly and helpful. We were even surprised by a thoughtful gift from the General Manager who had learned we were celebrating a big anniversary. We won't hesitate to stay here next time in Rome.
This is my favourite hotel in Rome. It's very modern, stylish, elegant but unpretentious, in a converted 16th century palazzo by Donato Bramante, and in a street lined with palazzos of that era. Via Giulia is just off the very busy tourist precincts, but just a few minutes walk from the main sites. The hotel's website will tell you all you need to know about it and the location, so I won't go on about that ... and it's accurate. All rooms a beautiful, spotless, and modern, and I've never heard noise from adjoining rooms nor plumbing. The courtgarden for breakfast is quiet, and so very, very perfect. The roofterrace for dinner is superb too: church bells ring, and the sun sets with St Peter's dome as a backdrop. And the staff are, without exception, wonderfully friendly and accommodating.
I go here every time I'm in Rome, which is almost every year. I find that, particularly in the hot months, Rome is cooler closer to the Tiber than being around the Corso area, or up higher above the Spanish Steps. Can't wait to be back there, it's that good.