Leon's Place Hotel

Leon's Place Hotel

Friendly hospitality in a glam boutique hotel with a great location for touring only a short stroll from the main transport hub of Rome Termini

  • Best For Couples, Honeymoon
  • Rooms 52 Classics and Deluxe and 3 Junior Suites
  • Highlights Unpretentious yet luxurious design hotel
    Friendly and attentive staff always available to help you make the most of your stay
  • Holiday Offers 3 nights from £ 350 per person sharing a Classic Double including breakfast and private airport transfers

Leon's Place Hotel

Set in a glamorous palace of the eighteenth century, the Leons Place is a design hotel with lots of black, shiny mirrors and chandeliers giving it a feeling of Grande Dame.

It’s not quite a top-end luxury hotel, but it’s far from uncomfortable — space is relatively plentiful, especially in the junior suites, and the offerings include a bar and lounge and a wellness center complete with spa.
  • Proximity to public transport and sightseeing
  • Walking distance to restaurants and bars
  • Rich buffet breakfast
  • Spa and gym included in the room price
  • Free WiFi
  • Lift


Classic room 16sqm 
Deluxe room 24sqm 
Junior Suite 25sqm
Room Facilities
  • LCD TV
  • independently controlled air conditioning
  • safe
  • welcome kit
  • fine towelling slippers and robe
  • WiFi connection

Hotel Restaurant

A full buffet spread with plenty of healthy choices. A hot and cold snacks menu is available throughout the day while drinks are served until late at night in the lounge bar.
Other Restaurant Nearby
Looking for the best Roman view to go with your dinner? Try the ristoranteroofgardenforum.it with majestic views over the Imperial Forum

A few step from the hotel you'll find the Gelateria Romana, one th city's best ice-cream shops


Leon's Place is a 20 minutes’ stroll, through the gardens of Villa Borghese, to the Trevi fountain and the Spanish Steps.

The area is close to Termini station where you can take the metro to the Colosseum and Vatican.

It’s also perfect for those in search of a little retail therapy or one of Rome’s many excellent restaurants.


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