Hotel Lunetta

Hotel Lunetta

Combining elegant bedrooms with luxurious spa facilities, Hotel Lunetta is a relaxing, modern oasis situated at the heart of bella Roma

  • Best For Families, Couples
  • Rooms 30 room between double and suites
  • Highlights A tranquil roof garden tucked in between two beautiful, historic churches, a romantic spot for enjoying a late night aperitivo.

    An exclusive spa situated in ancient surroundings, so you can admire the remnants of Roman antiquity whilst indulging in a much needed pamper session.
  • Holiday Offers A 3-night break starts from £530 per person sharing a Superior double room including breakfast and private airport transfers

Hotel Lunetta

Sophisticated, unique and modern are three words that sum up the Hotel Lunetta. Situated just walking distance from Camp di Fiori, the hotel is perfectly located to access Rome’s historic sightseeing gems, including the Pantheon, Trastevere, the Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilica, the Vatican Museums and the Sistine Chapel, which can all be reached easily by foot, safe in the knowledge you can return to Lunetta for some rest and relaxation.

And relaxation really is the key word here, as Lunetta is not only a hotel, but in fact provides exclusive spa facilities ready to reinvigorate you after a long day exploring the Eternal City.

From a 15 square metre indoor pool (complete with hydro massage and water blades particularly suited for treating the neck) to a Finnish sauna, a Turkish bath (with a multi-sensory shower) to a Suite Spa for couples (perfect for romantic getaways) and various treatments, there’s sure to be something for everyone.

Follow up an invigorating visit to the spa with a trip to the roof garden and bar, which is nestled in-between the Church of Sant’Andrea della Valle (the third-highest dome after St. Peter’s Basilica) and the Church of Saints Peter and Paul. Open almost all year round, here you can sip an exquisite glass of vino by candlelight, and revel in your ancient surroundings.
  • Bar And Roof Garden
  • Spa
  • Free High-speed Wi-Fi Internet access available throughout the hotel
  • Reception with 24-hour Concierge service
  • Laundry Service
  • Free newspapers
  • Luggage Storage


Crisp white sheet, camel textured drapes and sleek geometric lines populate the rooms at Hotel Lunetta, which ooze stylish modernity as well as sometimes showing glimmers of the past, with some of the double rooms sporting authentic original features such as chunky wooden beams.

Whilst all furnished with luxurious marble bathrooms, perfect for cooling off in after a long day exploring the city, different rooms boast different views, with the Deluxe Doubles overlooking two of the most ancient squares in Rome, and the Junior Suites sporting enchanting views over the roof’s skyline.

But it’s the Family Suite we recommend if you’re travelling with kids or as a large group, as with two elegant adjoining rooms and a common corridor area, there’s enough space to cater for everyone.
Room Facilities
  • Bathrobes
  • Hair dryer
  • Toiletries
  • Towels
  • Slippers
  • Free Wi-Fi in all rooms
  • Satellite/cable channels
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Mini bar
  • Wooden/parqueted flooring
  • Safety and security features
  • In-room safe box

Hotel Restaurant

Start the day right with a sumptuous breakfast at Hotel Lunetta. Running from 7:00am to 10:30am, the bountiful buffet includes a variety of cereals, milk, yogurt, fresh croissants, fresh white or wheat bread, marmalades and jams, honey, scrambled eggs and bacon, cured meats, fresh pastries, and fruit, accompanied by traditional Italian espressos, cappuccinos and other hot drinks served right to your table.

Or, if you’re a more private person, a selection of breakfast items can also be prepared and brought to your room.
Other Restaurant Nearby
If you prefer to go out, there are lots of good restaurants nearby, such as Rosicali for succulent fresh fish dishes and Camponeschi for a great selection of wines and meat dishes.


A few steps from Campo de 'Fiori, Lunetta Hotel & Spa is located in one of the most lively corners of the Eternal City, in a strategic position among the monumental treasures of the capital: Pantheon, Trastevere, Trevi Fountain, San Pietro, Vatican Museums and Chapel Sistina are all within walking distance in a few minutes.

The customer will then find himself immersed in a sparkling and exclusive atmosphere surrounded by history and the best Roman restaurants, bars and high fashion boutiques.


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