Welcome to Mario de’ Fiori 37
With a limited number of rooms, Mario de’ Fiori 37 gives you the sense you’ve stepped into a friend’s charming – and exclusive – city flat rather than a hotel. Pair that with 24/7 service, modern design, and a location one block away from the Spanish Steps, and you’ve found the perfect pied-à-terre for a memorable stay in Rome. And just like all our hotels, Mario de’ Fiori 37’s name is an ode to its address.
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Our Excellent Location
One of the most enchanting neighborhoods in Rome.
A charming 4-star retreat just a block from the Spanish Steps and Via Condotti.
All Rome Luxury Suites properties are a short walk from Villa Borghese, Rome’s magnificent central park. The beautifully landscaped, bucolic parklands once belonged to the powerful Borghese family.
Rome Luxury Suites are on and around Via Margutta, one of Rome’s most beautiful and characterful streets. Alberto Moncada di Paterno began Rome Luxury Suites here in the gracious buildings that his great grandfather had built as artists’ studios in the 18th century...
Only a 10-minute walk from our Rome Luxury Suites properties, the Trevi Fountain is another extraordinary icon of Rome. This fabulously foaming masterpiece seems to be constantly thronged with people, throwing a coin over their shoulder to ensure a return to Rome.
Two blocks from Margutta 19 and Babuino 181 is Piazza del Popolo, a graceful oval public space. The name means ‘People’s Square’, but it was actually named after the Basilica of Santa Maria del Popolo (St Mary of the Poplars), which overlooks the piazza.
The Spanish Steps are one of Rome’s focal points, and Rome Luxury Suites are only a short walk away from this magnificent rococo staircase. It’s a beautiful sweeping centrepiece, where visitors gather to sit, take stock and people watch.
Close to Rome Luxury Suites is Via Condotti, Rome’s most fashionable shopping street. This arrow-straight street dates back to ancient Rome, and is named after conduits which carried water to the Baths of Agrippa.