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Last updated: 27 October, 2022
Expert travel writer: Rebecca Winke

Located between Rome’s Regola and the Jewish quarters, the four-star Hotel Chapter Roma has a cutting-edge urban style that sets it apart from the city’s more old-school options. Its industrial-luxe interiors, murals by local street artists, and Mexico-themed cocktail bar channel the contemporary cool of the Eternal City.

An ideal base for seeing the sights, guests can plot a course from the hotel to Piazza di Spagna, walking past Piazza Navona, the Pantheon, and Trevi Fountain. When evening falls, Trastevere’s thumping nightlife is just across Ponte Garibaldi.

There are two in-house restaurants for fine dining or sushi and a breezy terrace for views of Rome’s characteristic domes and rooftops.

Digital nomads, rambling entrepreneurs, and solo travellers flock to the HeyBaby bar, which doubles as a co-working space and social-networking hub.

Surrounding area

Exit the hotel and you’re within striking distance of some the most important High Renaissance palaces in the city, such as Palazzo Farnese and Palazzo Spada.

For shoppers and perusers, the neighbourhood has plenty of art galleries, quirky concept stores, and artisan shops to check out.

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Key facilities

Airport transfers: Not available
Beach: None
Fitness centre
Fitness classes
Golf course
Hot tub
Parking: Not available
Pool (adults only)
Pool (indoor)
Pool (outdoor)
Pool (kids)
Tennis courts
WiFi: Free

Food & drink

All inclusive
Kids menu
Restaurant on-site
Self catering
Additional charge

Room types


Room facilities

Air conditioning
Flat screen TV
Jacuzzi (private)
Pool (private)
Tea & coffee making facilities

Bedding options

2+ bedrooms
3+ beds
Connecting rooms
Rollaway/sofa bed

Bucket list experiences our writer says you must do in this destination, closest first

Capitoline Museums

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.6 miles]

Three museums on one complex, founded in 1471, packed with ancient Roman, Greek and Egyptian statues. Look out for the Capitoline Wolf and the statue of Marcus Aurelius.

Best for ages: 18+ | £12

The Pantheon of Rome

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.6 miles]

A superbly preserved Roman shrine under an astonishing 43m dome, housing the tomb of Raphael. The Pantheon was originally a temple to the Gods, rebuilt by Hadrian in AD 118.

Best for ages: 18+ | Free

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Doria Pamphilj Gallery

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.7 miles]

A lavish treasure-filled palazzo housing paintings and furniture assembled since the 16th century by the Doria, Pamphilj, Landi and Aldobrandini families. Rome’s most impressive private art collection also includes works by Titian, Guercino, and Caravaggio.

Best for ages: 18+ | £10

Roman Forum

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.8 miles]

An archaeological treasure map packed with Rome’s most ancient shrines, temples, and landmarks – the Forum was the heart, soul and nerve centre of the ancient Roman Empire.

Best for ages: 18+ | £15

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Other worthwhile experiences in this destination if you have the time or the interest, closest first

Jewish Ghetto

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.1 miles]

Stroll around Europe’s most engaging and intriguing Jewish quarter – learn about its tragic past, and sample some of the best food in the city.

Best for ages: 18+ | Free

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Ponte Fabricio, the oldest bridge in Rome over the Tiber River

Ponte Fabricio

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.3 miles]

Spanning the Tiber from Campus Martius to Tiber Island, this is the oldest bridge in Rome. Commissioned by Lucius Fabricius, then curator of roads, it has been in constant use since its construction in 62 BC.

Best for ages: 18+ | Free

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National Monument of Victor Emmanuel II

National Monument of Victor Emmanuel II

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.6 miles]

Adjacent to Capitoline Hill, this enormous, gleaming white marble was built in 1935 to honour the first king of Italy. It houses the Museum of Reunification, and Italy’s Tomb of the unknown soldier.

Best for ages: 18+ | £6

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Villa Farnesina

Villa Farnesina

Rome, Lazio, Italy[0.7 miles]

Sumptuous 16th-century Roman villa designed by Baldassare Peruzzi and beautifully frescoed by Raphael, in particular the Triumph of Galatea featuring a nymph driving a scallop-shell chariot pulled by dolphins.

Best for ages: 18+ | £10

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Lazio, Italy

The Eternal City – 2,000 extraordinary years of glory, greatness and triumph – and decadence, murder and destruction – evidenced by some of the world’s most iconic, must-see monuments and museums.

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