GH Hassler Rome

For over a century, the Hassler Rome has been recognized as one of the prime hotels in Europe. This small and atmospheric hotel pays careful attention to detail in order to make every guest’s stay an unforgettable one.

 With an unbeatable location atop the Spanish Steps, the Hassler is easy to find but very difficult to leave.Discover the magic of the Hassler during your next stay in the Eternal City.

Crossing the threshold of Imàgo, a restaurant with a Michelin star in the heart of Rome, the view of the Eternal City envelops you almost as if it were an apparition, a dream that leads thoughts and memories into a fairytale world. Soft music, elegant, refined furnishings and different plays of light for every hour of the day and evening, which create a unique atmosphere.

The attention to detail and details in one of the most famous panoramic restaurants in Rome is reflected in the furnishings as well as in the cuisine, reflecting the need to combine sight, taste, smell and hearing, to create a unique and unparalleled sensory experience

The Salone Eva, an exclusive refuge and favorite lounge for Romans and hotel guests, offers, together with the incomparable Hassler service, a wide choice of food throughout the day: delicious menus for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

The Hassler Bar, attached to the Salone Eva, is a delightful and elegant cocktail bar, ideal for an aperitif or after-dinner. Wrapped in the warm colors of leather and dark wood, the Hassler Bar takes you back to the glamor of the 1940s.

The Amorvero SPA at the Hassler Rome hotel offers exclusive massages and beauty treatments and exciting wellness programs. The philosophy of Amorvero is to give guests a true oasis of serenity and relaxation for the mind and body where the aim is to take care of the guest in every detail by a highly qualified team.

Start the day with a splash in the Italian fashion capital by taking a morning dip and indulging in a relaxing Jacuzzi moment at our panoramic indoor swimming pool.

Located on the Mezzanine floor behind the Concierge area. Rossano Ferretti, Hairdresser of the stars from all over the world, has chosen his only hair salon in Rome to be located within the Hassler.

Penthouse Suite: on the eighth floor of the GH Hassler, it offers a breathtaking view of the skyline of the historic center of Rome, including the Scalinata di Trinità dei Monti and Piazza di Spagna with La Barcaccia – Bernini’s famous fountain – and the renowned and historic Via Condotti, with the most exclusive shopping in the capital. The suite was completed at the end of 2012. Its contemporary and elegant décor is complemented by a latest generation music and lighting system.

The lift allows direct access to the suite, which includes a grand piano, a well-stocked cocktail bar, a large living room with dining area, two panoramic bedrooms and a single bedroom, Wi-fi, a kitchen with porcelain service personalized, and of course the unparalleled view of Rome.

Trinità dei Monti Suite: it is on the fifth floor of the hotel right on the corner, enriched by five balconies. On one side the guest can almost touch the church of the same name, while on the other it dominates all of Rome. The refined style has a predominance of black and white expressed in the fabrics and marble of the floors.

It is composed of an elegant dining room and a living room dominated by a contemporary art painting. On the ceiling the guest will be able to admire small pearls of light that filter through tiny embedded Swarovski crystal spheres.

Hassler Suite: on the first floor of the Gh on Piazza Trinità dei Monti with a broad view of the Spanish Steps. It is a profusion of silks from France, soft carpets, decorations and stuccos. In the living room and bedroom there are splendid paintings, period furniture and a return to discreet colours, from white and beige.

The walls are covered in fabric with warm and relaxing tones, chosen in harmony with the beauty of the panorama. It is a perfect combination of elegance and atmosphere of the past with modern comforts and technology and can be combined with two communicating double rooms.

Presidential San Pietro: the suite owes its name to the spectacular view of the “Cupolone”. In the rooms, as in the other environments, the finishes and furnishings are an example of refinement and taste.

The suite has wood paneling, a prestigious painting displayed on the wall above the sofa and a late 18th century desk. In one corner you can admire ancient Roman remains inside a precious display case.

A magnificent panoramic terrace, furnished with table, chairs and sun loungers, completes the suite which can be combined with a connecting double room.

Villa Medici Suite: on the seventh floor of the Hotel Hassler, the peculiarity is furnished with luxury and refinement. Its peculiarity is a magnificent 150 square meter terrace from which you can enjoy an exclusive view over the whole of Rome.

Spanning your gaze over the architectural beauties – from the Spanish Steps to St. Peter’s – while the sun is setting, is a spectacle that has no equal. The predominant colors are those of beige and green tones; the elegant marble floors of the living room match perfectly with the shades of the refined furnishings embellished by the light that enters from the large windows.

The dining area, embellished with two classic columns, is furnished in a contemporary style with a spacious table. The large mirrors on the walls reflect the splendid view enjoyed from the large windows.

Forum Suite: it is on the second floor in a corner with a view of the Spanish Steps and the Spanish Steps. The apartment is characterized by signature furnishings made of marble, stucco, crystals and fabrics in shades of golden yellow.

Dark wood and marble give magnificent elegance to the rooms and splendid paintings in the living room and bedroom embellish the walls. The Suite features a room used as an office with a large desk and a balcony with a view.

Exclusively located at the top of the Spanish Steps (entrances both on Piazza Trinità dei Monti and Vicolo del Bottino), Il Palazzetto was created by Roberto E. Wirth, President and Managing Director of the nearby Hotel Hassler. One of the most spectacular hideaways in the very heart of Rome, this is the very same area where the spectacular banquets of Lucullus once took place.

Il Palazzetto was for many years the retreat of a noble Roman family that preferred to reside here instead of at their historical palace in Piazza Mignanelli, due to the uniqueness and prestige of the building, an architectural jewel or rare beauty and historical value.


Guests enjoy the sensation of being in their own private residence with the added luxury of impeccable service and of course the incomparable location close to all of Rome’s monuments and best shopping districts.



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