• Single Standard

    Breakfast included

    + more info

    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Desk, Free toiletries, Heating, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Room service, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service

    Bed size:Single Bed

    Room size:15 m2

  • Standard Double

    Breakfast included

    + more info

    Room facilities:Air Conditioning, Free toiletries, Hairdryer, Heating, Minibar, Pay-per-view Channels, Private bathroom, Safety Deposit Box, Telephone, TV, Wake up service, WiFi

    Bed size:King Size

    Room size:25 m2


Renovation works have transformed this fascinating palace into a modern hotel Boutique Trevi catering to discerning travellers, while maintaining its antique personality. Elegant furnishings, fine materials and comprehensive amenities create a refined, comfortable and functional retreat in the historic centre of Rome. Set in a central and upscale district, Boutique Hotel Trevi is within walking distance of the main attractions in Rome. A leisurely stroll will lead you to wonders such as the Spanish Steps, Via Veneto, the Pantheon, and the Colosseum, to name just a few. The area is also filled with designer shops, gourmet restaurants and charming cafe.

Children and extra beds

  • Children under 3 years stay free of charge for children’s cots/cribs


  • Pets are not allowed

Cancellation / Prepayment

All Seasons

  • from 7 to 3 days before arrival: 30% penalty charged
  • from 2 days before arrival to no show or earlier departure: 50% penalty charged

High Season

  • from 7 to 3 days before arrival: 50% nights penalty charged
  • from 2 days before arrival to no show or early departure: 100% penalty charged

* Check out our terms and conditions for more information regarding the cancellation policy


  • Air Conditioning
  • Desk
  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Ironing board
  • Laundry
  • Minibar
  • Pay-per-view Channels
  • Private bathroom
  • Room service
  • Safety Deposit Box
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • WiFi


  • WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge

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All roads lead to Rome… All roads lead to Italy. It’s our motto and it is taken from this Roman proverb because during the time of the Empire the city was very active in specifically building roads that were strategically routed, connected, and all leading to the capital of the Empire.  Some of the important history of the city has been lost in time and only through our excursions, will you discover some of Rome’s immense hidden and forgotten secrets. Home to one of the greatest empires of all times, The Romans have spread the seed of culture and citizenship all over Europe.  Today, it is vital to keep the history and the roots of Europe in its past glories alive, so that we can learn and walk informed towards the future. Rome once stood as the capital of  huge and mighty Empire (from Spain to Iraq). The architecture of the city holds a history of many centuries from IIIth century BC to the new born Republic of Italy in 1948. The presence of fascist monuments, the grandeur of the Roman Empire buildings and the historical dominance of the Church make this city one of the great wonders of the world. Today, the Vatican has its small but independent state within the city itself,  and from this location every Sunday Pope Francis blesses the population of the city as well as the entire world.

Nightlife info

The Eternal City is full of attractions at night, especially wine-bars, bight clubs and delicious restaurants. Please make sure to ask our guides or through our email more details about what to do and to experience during your roman nights...

Culture and history info

  The history of the city dates back in the VII th century BC when small tribes of the local plain decided to get togheter in a democratic form. Rome was considered the rightful descendant of Athens as for its juridical system that was born in Greece. The city had a past of democratic form before the time of Augustus when, fighting against his uncle s favourite man, Marcantonio, defeated him and Cleopatra in the waters in front of Greece and became the first emperor of Roman Empire. This choice changed rapidly the course of the city that became not only the capital of the empire but also the resident home of the Emperor. The long history of the Romans is visible everywhere in the city from the famous Colosseum to Imperial Fori (trade and political square). After the Vth century when the Roman Empire had moved the center of its power to Costantinopoli, the city was sacked several times by barbarian populations coming from North Europe. Only the Church defended the city and stood against all its enemies. Peter, follower of Christ, moved from Palestine to Rome to found the church of Christ and since then, the city is the pulsing heart of Christian religion, the most influential religion in the world. The presence of the Vatican has led the city during the centuries to be "dressed" by all the most important artists of the world at that time. The Vatican Museums and the Peter Chatedral hold some of the finest artifacts and masterpieces that are nowadays envied by the entire world. The famous Sistine chapel has its place here and keeps astounish the people who decide to walk into this path of history that is rightful belonnging to the whole humanity. Our tours with our skilled guides will lead you in the old soulf of Rome, its population, the jewish ghetto, the fountains, and the world famous Vatican Museum.

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