Travel period and rooms
- spa area, parking lot, sauna
- Hotel Type: Romantic, Boutique, Small, City
- Hotel size (number of rooms): 4
- Check-in: 14:00 - 23:00 o'clock | Check-out: 07:00 - 11:00 o'clock
- Spoken languages in the hotel: German, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, Russian
- Direct views of the Spanish Steps
- The city tax is not included in the price.
internet cable in rooms
Free of charge
in all rooms
entire hotel incl. lobby, all rooms
garage / covered parking
garden / outside area
restaurant Il Palazzetto Restaurant
24 hour reception, opening times vary
tour and excursion bookings
sewing / ironing service
district / neighborhood Piazza di Spagna
3 km (Stazione Termini)
35 km (Rom Fiumicino)
Il Palazzetto is a tiny romantic hotel with 4 guestrooms and a superb wine bar located in the city center of Rome. It is situated in an unrivaled position from which 3 out of its 4 luxurious rooms offer direct views of the famous Spanish Steps.
This intimate boutique hotel is a brainchild of Roberto E. Wirth, owner and managing director of the renowned Hassler hotel, which is located right across the street. The Il Palazzetto is all about wine and wellbeing. Its historically furnished rooms, each with a fine marble bathroom and a French double bed, are a treat to stay in. And the experience is enhanced by a very recommendable restaurant and a wine list that will entice connoisseurs and lovers of good wine.
The guestrooms are located on the third and fourth floor of this historic palazzo dating back to the 15th century. They are surprisingly quiet although they enjoy full views of the Spanish Steps which can draw quite a crowd at night. The ambiance in the rooms integrates modern and baroque elements. Soft beige colors, large comfy beds, luxury baths offering daylight and bathtubs create an absolutely pleasurable feel.
Good wines are a passion of the hotel chef which becomes evident at a glance into the wine list. To add, the ground floor of this historic hotel houses the international Wine Academy of Rome. Tipp for Romantics: Spend an evening on the rooftop terrace and enjoy a good bottle of wine served with a side dish while watching the young crowd on the Spanish Steps!