The 3 Best Hotels near the Aventine Hill, Rome

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The Aventine Hill is actually two hills, divided by a steep cleft, which you can’t really see from Rome, so when it became Rome’s seventh hill it went onto the list as one. Green, elegant and residential, this is a beautiful part of Rome, packed with interesting architecture, grand palaces and interesting churches. The best hotels near the Aventine Hill are also an elegant collection, offering peace in a busy city.

Rome’s Rose Garden is one of the Aventine Hill’s highlights, but the basilica Santa Sabrina, which is the oldest Roman basilica in Rome, is also worth visiting. But what many visitors come to see is the Knights of Malta keyhole in the Piazza dei Cavalieri di Malta, a leafy doorway and photo opportunity, because the view allows you to see all the way to the dome of St. Peter’s and The Vatican.

The Best Hotels near the Aventine Hill, Rome

The Best Historic Hotels near the Aventine Hill

San Anselmo's Baroque flamboyance and lavish drapery will transport you back in time to another era. Enjoy breakfasts in the beautifully tended garden to set you up wonderfully for the day.

San Anselmo

The Hotel Villa San Pio is an elegant, 78 room hotel with Baroque-inspired interiors, impressive gardens and indulgent breakfasts. Expect rich fabrics and a regal air.

Hotel Villa San Pio

The Best Value Hotels near the Aventine Hill

The Corner hotel is a beautiful Art Nouveau townhouse on Viale Aventino, the main road that connects Piazza di Porta Capena and Piazza Albania. Well-located for exploring the sights, it sits just outside of the busiest tourist areas. Beautifully restored to retain many original features, The Corner has oak herringbone flooring and marble fireplaces, and is split over three floors, accessible via a lift. The hotel's ten rooms have a pared-back feel in spite of the rich colour palettes.

The Corner

If you haven’t found your idea of the best hotels near the Aventine Hill on our Guru’s list of the 3 Best Hotels near the Aventine Hill you could:

The 3 Best Hotels near the Aventine Hill

  • San Anselmo Rome 34 rooms from £312

    Hideaway  -  An off the beaten track location ina residential neighborhood on the Aventine Hill, perfect for a quiet city break
    Great walks  -  Take a stroll in The Circus Maximus, an ancient Roman chariot racing stadium and mass entertainment venue.
    Sights nearby  -  The property overlooks Sant’Anselmo Church
    Lively  -  Hip and happening.
    Air conditioningGardenPet friendlyDisabled accessViewsParking
    Recommended by  -  I Escape, Tablet

    Peaceful, romantic refuge in the smart hilltop Aventine district. Baroque flamboyance meets contemporary details to create a hotel with huge personality. Overlooking the Sant’Anselmo Church and within range of all main attractions, while staying off the beaten track. See More

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  • Hotel Villa San Pio Rome 78 rooms from £147

    Hideaway  -  An elegant property in a leafy garden that exudes an exclusive secret air, yet is within walking distance of the sights.
    Sights nearby  -  Rome offers eternal sights many of which are located near the hotel. Be sure not to miss the Colosseum and Trevi Fountain.
    Full of character
    Romantic  -  Good for couples.
    Air conditioningGardenPet friendlyDisabled accessParking

    An elegant hotel tucked away in enviably quiet gardens. Baroque inspired interiors give a regal air to the rooms, complete with decadent headboards and rich fabrics. Indulgent breakfasts are a great start to a days exploring. Well located within easy reach of many of the main attractions. See More

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  • The Corner, Rome Rome (Aventino) 10 rooms from £105

    Foodies  -  Foodies will swoon at the fusion cuisine of chef Marco Martini at the hotel restaurant
    City Style  -  Located in an Art Nouveau townhouse, this hotel has reams of chic, Italian style
    Romantic Break  -  Couples love the hotel's stylish suites and cosy cocktail bar
    Sights nearby  -  Visit the nearby Circo Massimo, a huge outdoor arena used for Roman chariot races
    Air conditioningRestaurantGardenDisabled accessNo pets
    Recommended by  -  Tablet

    This exclusive hotel occupies a pretty townhouse in central Rome. The villa's original features shine through in the modern and simply dressed suites boasting hand-selected design pieces; book the Suite Royal for a Roman-style terrace bath. Enjoy a cocktail in the lounge garden; a luxurious stay. See More

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Written by Kat Parr Mackintosh

posted Thursday, 13th February 2020