Last Updated on July 8, 2022 by Katrina

Photo credit: Eitch Borromini

Restaurants, shops, and lots of culture surround the historic Piazza Navona in Rome. Explore the cobblestone  streets and popular sights such as the Fountain of the Four Rivers and the ruins of the ancient Roman Stadio di Domiziano. Stay near this piazza and you can also walk to the Spanish Steps or the Trevi Fountain. But where to stay nearby? Here are the best hotels near Rome’s Piazza Navona.

Palazzo Navona Hotel (Largo della Sapienza, 8; 39-06-8115-2341) Piazza Navona

Walk to the Pantheon or the Spanish Steps from this boutique hotel with a rooftop bar as well as a modern sensibility. With chic Scandinavian-inspired furniture and a panoramic rooftop terrace, Palazzo Navona is an upmarket four-star—the perfect Roman pied-à-terre” says The Telegraph. “The location of the hotel is amazing for first-timer,” says one Tripadvisor user. “So close to good restaurants and cafes. Reception staff is so helpful. They arranged everything for us, from tours to restaurant reservations. Lots of options for breakfast.” >> Book this hotel for less

Lifestyle Suites Rome (Piazza Navona, 93; 39-06-686-4568) Piazza Navona

This small, adults-only property in a 17th-century building is a five-minute walk from the Pantheon. In addition, it’s just a half mile to the Trevi fountain. Amenities include a daily American breakfast, and some rooms have balconies. “The location is ideal, in the center of Piazza Navona, near many sites of interest and nice restaurants in Rome, easily accessible by foot,” says a Google reviewer who also loved “the astonishing views, both from the room and from the lovely rooftop where breakfast is served.” According to a Tripadvisor user, “bedrooms are decorated to a very high standard, plush and chic. We loved the turndown service with various pastries offered every night.” >> Book this hotel for less

Bio Hotel Raphael (Largo Febo, 2; 39-06-682-831) Piazza Navona

You’ll feel like you’re staying in a comfortable museum at this 50-room hotel that is “most famous for its terraces overlooking the splendor and rooftops of Rome,” says Condé Nast Traveler. “The hotel is also home to museum quality works—Picasso ceramics and paintings by Mirò, Morandi, and De Chirico—as well as executive suites designed by Richard Meier.”  A Tripadvisor user says that “rooms are reasonably priced these days” but offers one tip: “Don’t book a standard room as they are super small … too difficult to live in even for one person. Spend a little more for a larger room category.” >> Book this hotel for less

G-Rough (Piazza di Pasquino, 69/70; 39-06-6880-1085) Piazza di Pasquino

“Rough” is up for debate at this 10-suite boutique hotel whose vibe is “industrial-chic, with exposed concrete walls, and graffiti-style artwork on the ceilings,” says Condé Nast Traveler. “It’s buzzy and young, and makes you about 20 percent cooler just by being there.” Amenities include unique walking tours, in addition to workshops to create your own handbag.  A Google reviewer found the atmosphere to be a good fit with one of Rome’s more fun neighborhoods. Surrounded by sexy young culture in all directions, this place reflects it in its thoughtful design, perfect location, and amazing service.”

Eitch Borromini (Via di Santa Maria dell’Anima, 30; 39-06-686-1425) Piazza Navona

Stay inside history at this six-story hotel set in a pope’s former palace. The Telegraph says the hotel “occupies what is arguably one of the most desirable settings in Rome. The restaurants, shops, and buskers that crowd this lively square are just around the corner, as are its cultural treasures, like the underground ruins of the ancient Roman Stadio di Domiziano.” One Trip Advisor reviewer likes the unique decor: “Each of the rooms seem to be different because it is in an old palazzo, but they are all super comfortable with excellent beds. The breakfast is sensational, as it is on the terrace overlooking the piazza and just under the dome of the adjoining church.” >> Book this hotel for less

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