Palazzo Montemartini is a fresh modern hotel conveniently located within a 20-minute walk of the Spanish Steps as well as the Colosseum, making it an ideal place to stay to embrace the renowned city of Rome.
At a Glance
Restaurant with exceptional food and the chance to enjoy it on the panoramic roof top terrace
The only hotel in Rome that is crossed by the ancient Servian Wall
Welcoming spa with sauna, steam room, salt room, Jacuzzi and pool
The Spa Suites come with their own private spa pool in the room
Conveniently located close to Termini station
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Being a short walk away from the main sights of Rome, Plazzo Montemartini gives you the opportunity to wander around Rome and really soak up the atmosphere on your way to the famous attractions.
Walking into the hotel you instantly get a feeling of a modern, clean cut approach which is a refreshing alternative to the more traditional hotels in Rome. The rooms are all generous in size with high ceilings, plenty of natural light and large bathrooms boasting deep bath tubs or rainforest showers. The triple glazing blocks out the noise of the city ensuring that you get a really good night's sleep.
The Senses restaurant offers exceptional food either in the main restaurant, on the front terrace or in the Summer months on the roof terrace which benefits from stunning views across the city.
The hotel also has a well-equipped spa with sauna, steam room, Jacuzzi, salt room, fitness room and a small swimming pool.
The hotel has 82 rooms, including a number of specialized suites. Each room is individually designed in a contemporary style with en suite bathrooms equipped with either a rainforest shower or deep stone bath tub, or both.
Children are welcome to stay at Palazzo Montemartini, however there are no specific facilities for them.
Palazzo Montemartini offers a lovley spa with sauna, steam room, salt room, Jacuzzi and indoor swimming pool.
The Senses Restaurant provides a mouth-watering menu of Italian classics with a clever modern twist from the talented chef, Simone Strano.
Location & Directions
Located in the center of Rome, just a 20-minute walk away from the Colosseum.
When to go
Rome enjoys a typically Mediterranean climate. Summers (from June to September) are hot and dry with temperatures often soaring to 37°C. High humidity is also common, particularly in July and August. Winter tends to be moderate, at least by northern European standards, with temperatures averaging around 10°C to 15°C between December and February. Spring (March to June) and early autumn (September and October) are the best times to visit Rome, with lovely blue skies and mild temperatures. November and December are the two wettest months.
Starting in mid-June, the summer rush really picks up, and from July to mid-September the Rome teems with visitors. August is the worst month: Not only does it get uncomfortably hot, muggy, and crowded, but the entire country goes on vacation at least from August 15 to the end of the month (many Italians take off the entire month). Many hotels, restaurants, and shops are closed.