A 5-star boutique hotel, D.O.M. Hotel is housed in a 17th Century palace in Rome. Its location on Via Giulia lends a quintessential taste of aristocratic life, which emanates throughout the property.
The dark yet refined décor creates a hunting lodge vibe, complimented by The Deer Club, the on-site restaurant and lounge that brings together rustic and glamour with its juxtaposing chandeliers and trophy-studded exposed brick walls.
The 18 guest rooms in this luxury Design hotel are lavish and masculine, with chrome and mirror accents against the gray and white upholstery. Exposed wood beams and rich velvets and cashmere give a cozy touch to an otherwise chic palette.
Perfect for two people, the standard rooms at this luxury hotel measure 25-square meters and have white wood coffered ceilings, plus original exposed brick walls. The velvet headboards and benches at the foot of the plush bed match the overstuffed armchairs.
Corner Junior Suite
The double sunlight exposure lends for a brightness all day long. With similar furnishings as the Deluxe rooms, the Junior Suite also features plaster roses on the ceilings and oversized bathrooms—some with a large walk-in shower and others with two ensuite bathrooms. These rooms measure 38-square meters. Also available for three occupants.
Enjoy separate living and sleeping quarters, plus two bathrooms with double sinks. The living area maintains the masculine gray tones of the other room categories, but the bedroom is a bit softer, with more cream tones introduced. The suites are 45-square meters.
Split onto two floors, this 50-square meter suite features a 25-square meter terrace overlooking Rome and a nearby church belltower. You can also enjoy the in-room bar and separate living area.
Tucked away along the Tiber River, strolling Via Giulia is like stepping back in time. Within walking distance from all of the main Rome attractions, you will also feel as if you’ve stumbled up a hidden secret in the Eternal City. Explore the Ponte Sant’Angelo, Villa Farnese, and the Vatican within minutes, and wander to Campo dei Fiori, Piazza Navona, and the Pantheon just a few paces away.