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Rose Garden Palace

Rome, Italy


Quiet Haven in Downtown Rome

The Collection

With exclusive Via Veneto on on its doorstep, the Rose Garden Palace hotel is perfectly situated for exploring Rome’s many treasures. The full-service spa is ideal for relaxing after a day of sightseeing, and the state-of-the-art fitness center is without parallel in downtown Rome. The gourmet Il Roseto restaurant serves contemporary Italian cuisine on the hotel’s eponymous rose garden patio. Innovative modern design and well-appointed rooms set this historic hotel apart.

    • Address

    • Via Boncompagni, 19 00187
      Rome, Italy
    • Space

    • 65 rooms and suites
      1130 sq ft event space
    • Dining

    • Á la carte restaurant and buffet breakfast
    • Amenities

    • - Heated indoor pool and steam room
      - State-of-the-art fitness center
      - Massage/treatment rooms
      - Complimentary Wi-Fi
white bed with blue blanket and headboard and large curtains draped over window

Stay in the
Eternal City


Rose Garden Palace’s 65 rooms are equipped with wood floors and rain showers, and rooms on the upper floors boast incredible city views. Fireplaces, sofa beds, and work desks give rooms a comfortable, homey feel elevated by a fresh color palate and Louis XV furniture. Guests may choose from among the hotel’s 57 double rooms and 8 suites. Small pets are welcome.

connected dining rooms, with a podium and screen in one of them

Lavish Conferences and Intimate Meetings Meetings

  • 65rooms
  • 1,130sq ft event space
  • 98capacity


  • Business Center
  • Restaurant-catered coffee breaks and lunches
  • Presentation equipment rental
  • Personalized assistance for every detail

Stay and Save


Relax and unwind in Rome with our “Stay and Save” package featuring 15% off your stay of three nights or more, plus American buffet breakfast, Wi-Fi, Fitness Center, and housekeeping service.


Find Things To Do In Rome, Italy

Things to do

outside of the colosseum


No trip to Rome is complete without a visit to the ruins of the Roman Empire’s largest amphitheatre.

people in rowboat on lake

Villa Borghese

This large, beautiful park offers peaceful strolls, a zoo, boat rental and interesting museums.

people walking around grass and stairs by buildings

Piazza di Spagna

Before visiting the museum of the English poets Keats and Shelley, fill your water bottle with refreshing water at the Baroque fountain in this iconic Roman square.