Welcome to Hotel Mario de’ Fiori 37
Boutique Hotel near Spanish Steps, Rome
A charming property from Rome Luxury Suites, Mario de’ Fiori 37 is as warm and authentic as it is exclusive and luxurious. From the thoughtful touches to personalized recommendations, every aspect of your stay at this converted 17th century townhouse, reminds you that this is your home in Rome… one that’s just a block from the Spanish Steps.
Our Luxury Suites
Think of your luxury suite or room as a private flat in a historic Rome townhouse. We certainly have. And we’ve designed our boutique accommodation in Rome as lovingly as if it were for a dear friend. At Mario de Fiori 37 each suite combines Old World charm with a contemporary style.
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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