Maalot Roma sits a mere Ferragamo-heels-clicking-over-cobblestones stroll away from the most iconic sights in Rome, so you can star in your own “Roman Holiday” just by stepping outside the hotel. Once you’ve checked off the sights, turn your attention to Italian fashion and design at two of the city’s hottest shopping districts, one literally around the corner and the other a scenic stroll away. And when it’s time to take a break, you have the Rome’s culinary scene at your feet for everything from an evening “aperitivo” to a Michelin-starred dinner.
Symbol of Rome’s La Dolce Vita verve, this 18th-century Baroque masterpiece is a must each and every time you visit the Eternal City...if only to toss in a coin and ensure your return.
Rome’s high street, this vibrant shopping hub is lined with everything from flagship stores from international brands to tiny independent shops where you can find one-of-a-kind treasures.
If people watching is your game, the exquisite Pantheon and elegant Piazza Navona provide perfect backdrops. Settle into a table on these bustling squares and observe the action.
With sweeping views over Piazza di Spagna from the top and the city’s toniest shopping district below, this majestic marble staircase is one of the most iconic and lively spots in Rome.
This ancient Roman amphitheater and enormous adjacent forum capture the drama and power of the city when it was still the Caput Mundi and electrify even if you’re not an archaeology buff.
Home to one of the city’s most charming outdoor markets by day, this square heats up once night falls as its eateries fill with locals and visitors out for an evening on the town.
Cross the Tiber River to explore one of Rome’s most characteristic neighborhoods, beloved for its postcard-perfect cobblestone lanes and nightlife that goes from dusk to dawn.