The Inn at the Spanish Steps

The Inn at the Spanish Steps

Elegant five-star townhouse hotel with a rooftop terrace with views of the Spanish Steps, in the fashionable's heart boutique-lined Via dei Condotti.

  • Best For Families, Couples
  • Rooms 30, some have direct views of the Spanish Steps
  • Highlights Enjoy a drink on the marvellous rooftop terrace marvelling at the views of Bella Roma
  • Holiday Offers A 3-night break sharing a deluxe double room starts at £525 per person including breakfast and private airport transfers

The Inn at the Spanish Steps

If you are looking for five-star service and one of the best locations in Rome, it would be hard to beat The Inn at the Spanish Steps. The exclusive boutiques of the Via dei Condotti and the iconic Spanish Steps are literally on your doorstep and many other main sights, such as the Trevi Fountains, the Roman Forum and the Colosseum, within walking distance.

Frescoes and wrought-iron balconies remain from the original 18th-century townhouse but the rooms are contemporary in style, equipped with air-con, WiFi, marble bathrooms and, sometimes, a small balcony or terrace.
  • Air conditioning
  • Rooftop terrace for breakfast and snacks
  • Lounge bar
  • Wi-Fi
  • 24-hour room service


Accommodation options range from classic, superior and deluxe rooms to penthouse suites and apartments. Some rooms are situated in the hotel annex.

Classic, superior and deluxe rooms range from20-25m² and have an internal courtyard view or face on to Via dei Condotti. Classic rooms are located in the main hotel building or in the hotel annex, also on Via Condotti.

Family rooms, some with balconies, comprise two connecting double/twin rooms and two bathrooms, with a view over Via dei Condotti. Family apartments are also available (sleep up to 4), with a view of the Spanish Steps, two bathrooms and a kitchenette.

For honeymooners, or if you are looking for a little extra space, Junior Suites feature a king-size bed, sitting area and a marble bathroom with Jacuzzi bathtub.

For the best views, choose a Room with the View (28-30m²) which faces on to the Spanish Steps or Via dei Condotti and has sufficient space for a third person if required. There are also several spectacular Suites with 360° views of the Spanish Steps from two private balconies, located on the upper penthouse floor.
Room Facilities
  • Air conditioning
  • Balcony/Lanai/Terrace
  • Bathrobe
  • Luxury toiletries
  • Bathtub/shower combination
  • Free newspaper
  • Hairdryer
  • Minibar
  • Safe
  • Family rooms up to 6 people

Hotel Restaurant

They serve breakfast on the garden rooftop terrace, with sweeping views over the Spanish Steps, the Trinità dei Monti and the rooftops and domes of the historic centre.

Snacks, drinks and aperitifs are served here throughout the day, with the alternative of a lounge, with floor-to-ceiling glass, for cooler days.


The Inn at the Spanish Steps is a short stroll from many of the city’s most significant sights, including the Trevi Fountains, the Roman Forum, the Pantheon and the magnificent Villa Borghese and its gardens.

The Vatican museum is a little further but is easily accessible via taxi or metro from the nearby Spagna station.


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