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Crossing Condotti

Tridente, Rome, Italy


There’s a fine mix of antiques throughout, including darkwood chests, marble-topped bedside tables, large oil portraits and unusual silver lamps. Floors are wooden parquet, and all the rooms have beamed wooden ceilings that are typical in older houses in Rome. The Superior and Deluxe Rooms are snug but not cramped, and furnished with flair. The ground-floor Junior Suite is more spacious and has the added benefit of a private entrance; it also features a tiny patio and a living area (sofabed). We're yet to view the Master Room, but it's billed as a spacious second-floor hideaway complete with Turkish bath and living area.

Comfortable beds are clothed in gleaming white, super-soft linen, and have differing headboards in pearly grey fabric or monochrome flock, while one Superior Room has a dramatic dove-grey and white canopy. Curtains are heavy, romantic drapes caught up in a rope tie, either in pale silver-grey or with ochre stripes.

Bathrooms are decorated in soft-grey tiling with a suede-like softness, and there is a lavish array of L'Occitane toiletries. Some have bathtubs and handheld rainfall showers, others have rainfall showers (no bathtubs). The Junior Suite has a really luxurious bathroom with a Turkish hammam.

Just around the corner is Crossing Corso Apartment (a 2-minute walk away), set in a separate building but is only moments from the Spanish Steps. Guests get a fully equipped 1-bed apartment with 2 showers rooms, a living-dining area (with sofabed), a kitchen and a galleried snug. And thanks to the great concierge service, you can have as much or as little assistance as you like.

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Features include:

  • Phone
  • WiFi Internet
  • Safe box
  • Air-Conditioning
  • Baby Cots
  • Extra Beds
  • Hairdryer
  • Independent heating
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