This luxury guesthouse is located at the very end of Via dei Condotti, Rome’s couture shopping epicenter, and on the edge of Piazza di Spagna, one of the busiest tourist districts in town. Accordingly, the location is more appealing for low-season sojourns than it is for high-season holidays. The Inn’s annex nearby, at Via dei Condotti 48, offers some quiet rooms with interior courtyard views and others that face onto the street.
The building, formerly an 18th-century noble townhouse, has been embellished in somewhat generic Old World meets contemporary decor, but there are a few accents that set it apart from the neighboring properties, such as traces of period frescoes in the deluxe rooms and the wrought-iron balconies in rooms facing onto Via dei Condotti and Piazza di Spagna. Another draw is the rooftop terrace, ideal for drinks paired with views. The Inn is pet friendly, a rarity among properties in this category.