Welcome to Margutta 54
Luxury Suites in the heart of Rome
At Margutta 54, one of the Rome luxury suites hotels, rather than a hotel client, you feel like you are living as an authentic Roman. Make yourself comfortable in our elegant and spacious luxury suites: enjoy the peace of the private courtyard. Indulge in the exclusivity of residing in a historic artist studio. And know here, in the shadow of Picasso’s studio, you’re home.
Our Luxury Suites
Far from a hotel room, at Margutta 54 each suite is like its own, private apartment—one located in Rome’s most charming and elegant neighborhood. You have your own keys to the gate, entrance, and door of your flat. You have just a handful of neighbors. Our luxury accommodation offers have a private courtyard. As one guest wrote, “If this city is already in your veins, choose Margutta 54 to feel yourself a real Roman.”
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.
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Via Margutta is a short street with a long history. Its three gracious blocks go back 2,000 years. The original buildings here were probably stables, but they are stables no more. After hotelier Alberto Moncada di Paterno’s...
Via Condotti is the most fashionable shopping street in Rome. Dating back to Roman times, it is named after conduits which carried water to the Baths of Agrippa. Starting at the Spanish Steps, it is a vibrant street brimming with...
Did you know that the Spanish Steps were actually built by the French? In the 17th century, the French built this elegant staircase to make the climb to their church Trinita di Monti, more appealing. However, they never ended up...
A few paces away is the Piazza del Popolo, a vast oval public space edged by three harmonious churches. It’s centered on an ancient Egyptian obelisk that was brought to Rome in 10BC by Emperor Augustus...
This beautiful park was once the playground of one of Rome’s foremost and most powerful families, the Borghese. Opened to the public since 1903 when the Rome City Council bought the gardens, they’re a verdant...