- Located in the heart of Rome, just minutes from Roma Termini station
- A 20 minute walk from major historic sites, including the Colosseum
- Choose from an array of elegant and stylish rooms
- Enjoy traditional Italian cuisine with a contemporary twist
The Starhotels Metropole is located in the heart of Rome’s central district, just minutes from the city’s Roma Termini train station, as well as many sights and museums, including The Baths of Diocletian and the Church of Santa Maria Maggiore. It’s housed in a modern and elegant building with stylish and sleek décor, and friendly Italian service.
Enjoy warm colours, plush comfortable furniture, polished wooden floors and a range of room options during your stay. Guests will enjoy the tranquillity of the hotel, which offers a serene enclave in the bustling city centre. Spend your days here relaxing in the bar, enjoying Italian cuisine and exploring some of Rome's best sights.
The hotel has 236 rooms (official rating 4 star) Child prices apply to ages 2-12 years.
Bars & Restaurants
Apicio Restaurant by Eataly
The hotel’s stylish restaurant is an elegant space with warm hues, chandeliers and lots of mirrors. It serves traditional Italian fare with a contemporary twist and is open for breakfast and dinner. Breakfast features a buffet of Italian delicacies and freshly baked pastries.
Open 6.30am - 10.15am, 12.30pm - 2.30pm and 7pm - 10pm.
Rendez-Vous Bar by Eataly
Starhotels Metropole’s bistro is a sophisticated lounge bar, filled with artwork and snug sofas. By day it offers coffee and snacks, and by night, elegant cocktails, spirits and after dinner treats.
Spa & Wellness
The hotel’s fitness room is open all day and gives guests the chance to keep fit while away. It offers weights, a running machine and an exercise bike.
Laundry/ Dry Cleaning Room
Parking & Wifi
Garage parking is available (payable locally, approx. €35 per day).
The hotel offers free WiFi throughout the property.
About the location
Rome – the Eternal City – is often said to be the world’s greatest open-air museum, boasting hundreds of historic sights around every corner and in every square. There’s so much to see and do that you’d need a month to take it all in, but a week or less is enough to give you a taste of Italy’s incredible capital.
With more than 3,000 years under its belt, Rome has long been one of the world’s leading centres of culture. There are masterpieces like the Sistine Chapel
, numerous wine-fuelled feasts to partake in, and a raft of iconic sights, including the world’s largest amphitheatre – the Colosseum.
Best of all, the majority of Rome’s attractions are within walking distance of each other, so you’ll be able to soak up the Roman way of life as you walk to the Pantheon
or Trevi Fountain
. Maybe you’ll discover a hidden church with beautiful frescoes or a secret trattoria serving excellent wine from the Lazio
hills. (See our small-group food tour
.) That’s when the phrase ‘when in Rome’ really comes in handy...
The hotel is 50 minutes from Fiumicino airport. Return private transfers included. To change your transfers or book car hire instead, simply call us once you’ve completed your booking.
Superior Twin Room
Max 3 Adults, 1 Child
Superior rooms are cosy and inviting, decked in shades of cream and burnt orange and with comfortable double or twin beds. Guests can get a good night’s rest with a pillow menu, as well as relax with added extras such as slippers and bathrobes.
Deluxe Twin Room
Max 2 Adults
Deluxe rooms include elegant detailing such as silver leaf mirrors and diffused lighting, and offer either a double bed or twin beds.
Executive Twin Rooms
Max 2 Adults
Executive rooms are larger with elegant detailing, soft subtle tones and silky wallpaper with some offerering a private balcony with city views. Enjoy the cosiness of the large double bed and wind down after a busy day in your bathrobe and slippers.
Based on 2609 traveller reviews
84% of travellers recommended this hotel
What to expect
“ Great Location, lovely staff
Dunamana, Galway, Ireland
Apr 07 2020
We stayed here at the end of February, this year. We found the staff to be very friendly & helpful. our room was lovely and brekfast was very good. We thought it was a perfect base for walking to the...
We stayed here at the end of February, this year. We found the staff to be very friendly & helpful. our room was lovely and brekfast was very good. We thought it was a perfect base for walking to the sites such as the Colleseum, short taxi to the Vatican and the opera house is just around the corner. We ate at the Amadeo Restauant across the road on the first night and it was excellent and there were great bars on this street.
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“ It was ok...
Jan 17 2020
The room itself was nice enough, but small details let it down - a blown lightbulb next to the bed, toothpaste stains and hairs around the sink, grubby floor... expected a higher standard for the...
The room itself was nice enough, but small details let it down - a blown lightbulb next to the bed, toothpaste stains and hairs around the sink, grubby floor... expected a higher standard for the money we paid. The staff were not the friendliest - specifically the lady on reception. She was unapproachable and short tempered. The hotel was also very noisy - we were awoken at 4am by doors slamming on the Sunday morning and this didn???t end for about an hour. That said, the rest of our stay was on the whole fine and the hotel is within walking distance of the station and attractions.
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