Located in the Jewish quarter of the city, this Rome boutique hotel is nestled in between restaurants serving some of the most traditional Roman cuisine. Or so locals say. Right in the heart of the Eternal City, HT6 bridges the ancient attractions and the more modern. Art Deco inspired, this property was built in 2014, with handmade details that set a refined tone for comfort and style. The 21 guest rooms are outfitted with parquet floors, free WiFI, memory foam mattresses, and individualized décor. Enjoy a breakfast buffet each morning with both hot and cold options. In the hotel bar, take in an aperitivo while enjoying the original pieces of artwork.
Superior Double Room
Elegant upholstered headboards with a curved design, fun patterns, lots of light, and an open closet area. The ensuite bathrooms feature a Turkish shower with chromotherapy and dark marble.
Deluxe Double Room
Enjoy a king-sized bed (some of them round) and sultry décor. The colors and shapes of the fabric and wallpaper lend to the Art Deco vibe, and the in-room Jacuzzi is the perfect size for two.
Bilevel rooms with separate sleeping and sitting areas. The brass stairway railings and ornate mirrors complement the eclectic furniture and accents. King-sized beds and two bathrooms—one with a chromotherapy Turkish shower and tub allow for full pampering.
Located on the first floor of HT6 with views overlooking the streets below, these lofted rooms come complete with a sofa bed, a king-sized bed, and a Turkish shower with chromotherapy.
The Jewish ghetto area of Rome is one of the most beloved parts of the city by locals and visitors alike. Full of character, history, and fantastic cuisine, it offers plenty, including the large and ornate synagogue and the ruins of Teatro Marcello. Within just a few steps of this boutique hotel in Rome, you’ll reach the Colosseum, the Forum, the Pantheon, and Largo di Torre Argentina.