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Crossing Condotti

Tridente, Rome, Italy

Crossing Condotti is in the centre of Rome's most expensive district, Tridente, just off Piazza di Spagna. You're within easy walking distance of the Spanish Steps, the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, the Trevi Fountain and the Tiber.

By Air:
You've got a choice of 2 airports: Leonardo da Vinci/Fiumicino (30km), where most international flights arrive; and Ciampino/G.B.Pastine (16km), for domestic and a few international flights. Click on the links below for more information.

From the Airport
The hotel can arrange a transfer - see Rates - or you could hop in a taxi. Alternatively you can take the airport train from Fiumicino into the centre of Rome and then walk or jump on the metro. From Ciampino you can catch the airport bus and then the metro. The nearest metro station to the hotel is Piazza di Spagna.

By Car:
Taking a car into Rome is no joke, but if you are driving anyway, take the Via Cassia exit from the Grande Raccordo Anulare into the north of the city then follow a good city map. There are paying car parks nearby (enquire when booking). If you want to hire a car, see our car rental recommendations.

Detailed directions will be sent to you when you book through

More on getting to Italy and getting around


  • Rome - Leonardo da Vinci-Fiumicino 30.0km FCO
  • Rome - Ciampino 16.0km CIA


  • beach: 27.0 km
  • shop: 0.1 km
  • restaurant: 0.1 km
Save to favouritesPrintMailCrossing CondottiThis discreet hideaway is beguilingly close to the designer boutiques that throng Tridente, the area around Via Condotti. Fendi, Prada, Bulgari, Christian Lacroix, Dolce & Gabbana and hundreds of other lesser-known designers are all within easy reach. Not to mention the Spanish Steps, Villa Borghese, Piazza del Popolo and the Trevi Fountain. Crossing Condotti is an intimate downtown pad. Donít expect a hotel; there are just a handful of [r:IT070:rooms] in this graceful townhouse, plus a self-catering apartment around the corner. Accommodation is romantic and extremely comfortable, with big beds and antique furnishings, yet the design has a light, delicate feel which makes this bolthole seem particularly serene. You get your own key and the small reception area is staffed during the day - they can book restaurants, tours and theatre tickets for you. Thereís no breakfast, though a Nespresso machine in the communal kitchen will get you through until you reach a bar (of which there are many nearby) to breakfast as the Romans do: standing up. Itís great - cosy and quiet, and bang in the centre of town.

Book this hotelfrom 230EUR

i-escape gift

a bottle of Chianti at time of stay