The Pantheon Icon Rome Hotel

The Pantheon Icon Rome Hotel, Via di Santa Chiara 4/A, Rome, Italy, 00186+39 06 8780 7070
With the ancient Roman temple as our muse, the bespoke design showcases the best of ‘Made in Italy’, with the highest quality Roman materials. The unique look is an ode to the arches of the imposing Pantheon and the round lines of its famous oculus and dome. Each of our 79 rooms and suites represents a contemporary interpretation of the grandeur of Ancient Rome.Visit Hotel Website
Dioniso Terrace
Pantheon
Family
Santa Chiara
Spa
Junior 2 Double
Junior

The most stunning views in Rome

Rome has a lot of breathtaking sights to offer visitors. Here we take a look at some of the most stunning sights in Rome you absolutely should not miss during your visit to Italy’s beautiful capital.

Via Margutta in Rome

Via Margutta is one of the most famous streets in Rome and it’s considered the most romantic streets in the world.

Exploring Trastevere Neighbourhood

The Trastevere neighborhood is one of the most idyllic locations in the city of Rome and attracts both locals and tourists alike. It's full of bars, restaurants and there are exquisite sights to behold at every turn.
Family Excursions European Countryside

A Family Affair

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woman and man laughing in park

Plan Now, Pack Later

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beige water fountain near buildings at daytime

Piazza di Spagna

Situated at the bottom of the Spanish Steps, Piazza di Spagna continues to be one of the most visited tourist attractions in all of Italy.
Gothic cathedral during nighttime

St Peter Basilica and Vatican Museum

St. Peter's Basilica is an awe inspiring church built during the Italian Renaissance period.
fountain landmark

Pantheon

The Pantheon is one of the world's best presevered ancient monuments.

Rome is the city of echoes, the city of illusions, and the city of yearning.

– Giotto di Bondone