amenities

  • Air Conditioned (in some rooms)
  • Babysitting or Child Care
  • Balcony (in some rooms)
  • Barber/Hair Stylist
  • Business Center
  • Car Rental
  • Concierge Services
  • Currency Exchange
  • Meeting Facilities
  • Mini Bar
  • Restaurant on site
  • Room Service (Limited)
  • Safe (in some rooms)
  • Complimentary Breakfast
  • Sauna
Hotel Hassler
Trinita Dei Monti 61 , Rome Italy
The Hassler is generally thought of as the finest hotel in Italy.
From its perch atop the summit of the Piazza di Spagna (The Spanish Steps) it certainly offers the most extraordinary views to be found in Rome. The Hotel has stood in its present location since 1885 and has hosted some of the world’s most famous citizens and heads of state.

The Pinnacle of Luxury

The Hassler is generally thought of as the finest hotel in Italy. From its perch atop the summit of the Piazza di Spagna (The Spanish Steps) it certainly offers the most extraordinary views to be found in Rome. The Hotel has stood in its present location since 1885 and has hosted some of the world’s most famous citizens and heads of state. In the 1930’s Mussolini temporarily changed the name of the hotel to the “Villa Medici” because he did not think Hassler sounded sufficiently Italian.

Since then this unique hotel has continued to preserve its special atmosphere that makes guests feel at home away from home. It is within walking distance of the Villa Borghese Park, Via Veneto and Via Condotti and the most fashionable boutiques.

 

Rooftop Dining & Cocktails

The Rooftop Restaurant has a fabulous panoramic view of the Spanish Steps and St. Peter’s. Since the fifties, this restaurant has been known for it’s wonderful Italian creations. The Rooftop Restaurant is also known for its Sunday brunch served between 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. In the summer, try the restaurant in the Palm Court for breakfast or lunch. Princess Diana used to drink her "Bellini" here and claimed she had never tasted a better cocktail in the world. Another drink to be tasted is the "Veruschka" which consists of pomegranate juice, Vodka and champagne. The Hassler Bar features live piano music in the evening and superb people-watching year round.

 

Historic Opulence & Spectacular View

The world renowned Penthouse has the largest terrace in Rome with a truly spectacular view of the city. The recently inaugurated three-bedroom Hassler Suite on the first floor used to be the studio of Dwight Eisenhower. This suite is decorated with French silk, soft rugs and stuccoes. The bedrooms and living room are furnished with wonderful paintings and antiques. The bathrooms are spacious and evoke the atmosphere of Roman Baths.

 

Surrounded by the Finest Décor

The Forum Suite has a view of the Piazza di Spagna and the Spanish Steps. The room is adorned with stuccoes, crystals and marbles. Those who enjoy a very romantic setting cannot help but reserve the Trinita dei Monti Suite. The windows frame the church across the way and make it seem so close that you could almost reach out and touch it. Precious upholstery, rugs, decorated ceilings and ancient furniture creates the perfect setting for honeymooners. The Villa Medici Suite has a private staircase that leads to a balcony suspended above the palazzos, gardens, domes and the winding Roman streets. The room is decorated with frescoes, refined fabric, linens and marbles.
The St. Peter’s Suite, named after the view that one can enjoy from its balcony, looks out to the world famous "cupolone". It is a good room for singers because it is equipped with humidifiers. Pavarotti and other opera singers have chosen this room as their favorite in Rome. All of these suites are equipped with satellite TV, direct phones, computer and fax links, safety box, minibar and air conditioning.