Tucked away on a quiet, leafy street known for its art galleries, this four-suite property is like your very own hip loft in the center of old-world Rome, with top-drawer amenities, contemporary design, and an ivy-draped courtyard. Via Margutta once held studio lofts used by Picasso Puccini and Stravinsky, but today's guests will find amenities like luxurious Frette linens and sheets, iPhone docks, Nespresso coffee makers, and flat-screen TVs. Travelers looking for a little more privacy or space can rent the entire top or bottom floor, as the adjoining rooms connect.
The studio suites are designed luxuriously and furnished with all modern comforts. Each suite is like its own, private apartment with separate areas for living, sleeping and relaxing. Flats are completely private, and you'll feel like you're in your own Roman paradise. Dark wooden floors complement the furniture, designed in chocolate and cream tones. Light-filled rooms with well-placed mirrors add even more illusion to the large spaces. Some suites can be connected, which is ideal for families.
It's a perfect option for couples and travelers who are after total privacy in a one-of-a-kind setting.
Bathrooms are extremely modern with house toiletries, towels, robes and slippers. Separate baths and showers are beautifully designed in marble and mosaic tiles.
You'll have your own private keys to the courtyard and flat, making this feel more like an apartment experience than a hotel. A 24 hour concierge is on call to welcome you on arrival.
A full continental breakfast buffet can be enjoyed on the terrace of nearby Hotel Babuino 181, which offers full bar service throughout the day.
Margutta 54 is a hidden gem right in centro storico. You'll be surrounded by amazing antique shops, designer stores, galleries, cafes and ice cream shops. You'll be able to walk to most of the site of Ancient Rome and the Spagna Metro Station is a 6-minute walk away.
Babette (3-minute walk) offers creative Italian dishes beautifully arranged on the plate. The homemade desserts are well-worth saving room for. Il Margutta (3-minute walk) has an incredible vegetarian buffet brunch on weekends in a wide-open space.
Bar Frattina (6-minute walk) has a lovely outdoor patio for people-watching and aperitivo. Shari Vari (18-minute walk) is a popular nightclub for dancing, but dress code is usually enforced.
WHY WE LIKE IT
Margutta 54 is one-of-a-kind. With its history of creative geniuses frequenting this corner of Rome, and its ivy-filled street, you'll be set to make your own memories. With its private courtyard you'll have your own secret oasis in the center of Rome. Set in one of Rome's most upscale areas, the people-watching and shopping can't be beat.