Welcome to Hotel Babuino 181
Four Star Boutique Hotel in central Rome
Babuino 181 has a perfect location in Rome, on the famous via Babuino between Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps. Like each of our Rome Luxury Suites hotels, Babuino 181 combines the rich history of this enchanting neighborhood with contemporary Italian style. Each of our tastefully appointed rooms & suites was designed for the discerning traveler. Add our customized service and you’ve found the ideal chic boutique hotel in Rome.
Our Luxury Suites
Step between Rome’s top fashion designers, disappear through discreet glass doors…and enter another dimension of Italian Luxury Suites in Rome. After a day of inspiration touring Rome’s sites, come back to your home in Rome. The elegant design of our 4 star boutique hotel in Rome together with its comfort will make your stay at Babuino181 unforgettable. Sip a cocktail on the rooftop terrace overlooking Rome’s beautiful streets. Slide between Frette sheets. Rest in comfort—and with the confidence that, no matter what you need or what personalized service you require, Babuino 181’s professional staff can make it happen.
Dining at Rome Luxury Suites
After drinking in the beauty and history of Rome, or browsing its boutiques, full of artfully made Italian goods, savor Assaggia. A food experience that mixes tradition with modernity, to stunning effect. It’s a place to linger, to relax, to taste.
Exquisite Offers & Packages
Why stay with us
Great service, historic location, world class dining, beautiful rooms – see why our guests love to come back.
Our Excellent Location
One of the most enchanting neighborhoods in Rome.
A Four Star chic boutique hotel in Rome between the Spanish Steps & Piazza del Popolo.
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