Welcome to Hotel España Rome
Welcome to the Official Website of Hotel España, a Refined and Elegant Hotel in the Centre of Rome
The cosy rooms of Hotel España Rome are housed in a charming 1920s cottage-like building (villetta) located close to the city’s historic centre. We are situated just 100 metres from Manzoni metro station, in an area that is particularly quiet and tranquil and which is well connected to both the metro and the tram and bus network. This convenient location allows our guests to easily discover the whole city.
Within just a 15-minute walk, you will be able to discover the Colosseum and the Imperial Fora complex. Also within walking distance are numerous bars, restaurants and cafés that will make your stay even more enjoyable. Our multilingual staff at reception will provide you with a warm welcome and are available from 8:00am to 11:00pm. For any out-of-hour requests, etc, we have a 24-hour reception at our nearby sister establishment, Hotel Parker.
Hotel España is located in the Esquilino district, the multi-cultural heart of the city, and just a short walk from the San Lorenzo district, a particularly lively area with many attractions, as well as being the city's main university area. Both areas offer a wide selection of shops, restaurants and nightlife. Great attention has been paid to the breakfast on offer which can be served in a dedicated part of the hotel, or, weather permitting, in our lovely internal garden. Start the day off with a wide selection of sweet and savoury produce and decide whether to sit inside or outside in the sunshine.
You can discover all about Hotel España Rome here on our official website, where you will also find the best rates available on the web and all of our rooms can be booked via our secure booking page. Take some time to discover what we offer! We offer all our guests a warm welcome and an impeccable service, which will make your stay that extra pleasant and memorable. Browse our official website to find out more, or feel free to take a look at our sister establishment in Rome: