Historic palazzo on the outside, a bold interpretation of luxury inside, W Rome celebrates the Italian attitude and captures the energy of the Eternal City. Located on Via Liguria, next to the Spanish Steps, the hotel seizes the non-stop tempo of Rome and marks the W Hotels’ brand entry to the scene in an unapologetically Italian way.

WET Deck

The perfect place for all your exclusive happenings, is your ultimate outdoor destination from day to night.

Giardino Clandestino

The beating centerpiece of W Rome. Mix and mingle, sharing a dish or three while you catch glimpses of roaming entertainment.

In Love with Italy: a travel guide for romance lovers

Nestled between glimpses of natural landscapes, rich of monuments and immortal memories, Italy knows how to wear its most fascinating and seductive dresses to give its beauty to visiting couples with romantic scenography of other times.

Explore Galleria Borghese in Rome

Discover more about Galleria Borghese, an elegant place houses the works of the best Italian artists such as Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Antonio Canova, Bronzino, Caravaggio, Raffaello and many other. If you want to experience the immense beauty of art you can't miss it.
Couple seeing the Panorama from Pincio in Rome

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.
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.

Yes, I have finally arrived to this Capital of the World! I now see all the dreams of my youth coming to life… Only in Rome is it possible to understand Rome

– Johann Wolfgang von Goethe