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With only four suites, Margutta 54 really is an out-of-the-ordinary hotel experience. Nestled into a corner of a quiet courtyard, surrounded by private residences, artists' workshops and drooping willow trees, it provides one of Rome's ultimate exclusive locations. For the independently minded traveller, this hotel is paradise, with guests left to come and go as they please and minimal staff to disturb the tranquillity. Each suite is unique in size and furniture but the beautiful contemporary Italian decoration features throughout, extending even into the softly lit corridors and entrance hall. Comfort, style and superb location are the corner stones of this hotel, making for a truly welcoming experience, however long you decide to stay.

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      6.31 /10
    • Accommodation

      9.45 /10
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      8.45 /10
    • Food and drink

      8.20 /10
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    • Located down the wonderfully chic, cobbled street of Via Margutta, you could not ask for a better or more private location in Rome's city centre. The small courtyard and street outside are populated with well-dressed Romans lazily wandering about their business. Tourists don't often venture onto this little side street, even though it is joined directly at both ends with the heaving Via Babuino. Tiny boutiques and small trickling fountains lines each side, whilst grape vines grow overhead, blocking the intensity of the sun during summer. Mere minutes away are the glorious Spanish Steps, meaning close access to the metro at Spagna. In no time at all, you'll be soaking up the delights of the Colosseum, the Forum or even the Villa Borghese, surrounded by its beautiful gardens. Two stops on the metro will take you to the central Termini train station, extremely useful for quick transport to and from Rome's Fiumicino airport.

    • Whether you choose to stay in the Junior Suite, the Superior, Studio or Margutta Suite, you will be treated to the ultimate in roman comfort. Even the smallest junior suite has ample room for three people. There is also the possibility of combining the two downstairs or two upstairs suites, should you be a bigger number than three. Wooden floors, stylish rugs and plenty of marble give the rooms a light, clean feel. All suites have a luxuriously comfortable king-size bed, which can be split into twins on request. Complimentary tea and coffee is provided, as well as an extremely well-stocked mini bar. They also have a small dining area for guests to enjoy breakfast, complete with dining table, chairs and a sofa that looks like it could swallow you whole. Sky TV and iPod docking stations are present in all rooms for those who fancy relaxing between the many tourist attractions. The bathrooms are similarly lavish and sizeable, all with a marble bath and large shower. The downstairs rooms open straight out onto the courtyard, whilst the upstairs rooms enjoy a view over the peaceful comings and goings below. If you choose to stay on the ground floor and leave the door open, you may be lucky enough to meet the hotel's adopted cat (more precisely, it was the cat that adopted the hotel), who will wander in and out like he owns the place.

    • With no communal areas and no breakfast room, you'd be forgiven for thinking that this hotel is a little below standards. But you'd also be very wrong. On seeing the size of the suites, all reservations fly out of the window, bar the immediate reservation of the room. Bliss for the traveller who enjoys a private break away from prying eyes and ears, it feels like a home away from home, instantly comfortable and welcoming. The reception is tucked away on the left as you enter the wide, tiled hall, softly lit and sparklingly clean. It is only manned from 8am - 4pm, after which guests can call staff at Babuino 181 if they have any problems or requests.

    • The hotel doesn't have any communal areas, including a breakfast room but will provide breakfast in the rooms on request. Otherwise, guests can make the short stroll over to Babuino 181 to have breakfast on the rooftop terrace, with gorgeous views of the city and delightfully friendly staff. Fresh fruit, pastries, cheeses, meats, bread and cereals, along with tea, coffee and juices are all served until 10.30am. Guests at Margutta 54 enjoy access to the Babuino terrace at any time during the day, including to the bar which is open until 9pm.

    • Margutta 54 was the first of three hotels started up by owner Alberto Moncada in 2009. Since then, he has also opened Babuino 181 and Mario de' Fiori 37, both a little bigger than Margutta but with the same suave Italian style and attention to detail. The hotel itself may be relatively new but the building that houses Margutta 54 dates back to the 18th century and even has a claim to fame. Pablo Picasso, Igor Stravinsky and Giacomo Puccini all lived and worked in the studios that used to make up the building, producing some of their finest works here.

    Equipment

    • Shuttle bus
    • Car park
    • Restaurant
    • Internet access
    • Air conditioning

    advantage

    • Very private
    • Large suites
    • Well-appointed
    • Centrally located in a quiet area

    disadvantages

    • No restaurant

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