The Hoxton Rome is located in the upscale residential area of Salario Parioli, northeast of Rome city – the Eternal City. The area is full of art museums, delicatessens, and trattorias. The greenery park of Villa Borghese and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome are a short walk away. This neighborhood location is ideal for immersing yourself alongside the locals.
Opened in 2021, The Hoxton Rome is the brand’s tenth hotel to open, but only the third in Europe after Amsterdam and Paris.
The old Beverley Hills hotel from the 1970s was renovated by Ennismore Design Studio in collaboration with Fettle Design. The project consisted of transforming the building and making it coherent with the style of The Hoxton, taking inspiration from existing details.
The hotel has 192 Shoebox, Cozy, Roomy and Biggy sized rooms. Each is made to suit any kind of stay. The rooms feature bright colors (from olive green to red terracotta), warm oak floors, striking headboards, brass lighting, vintage design pieces, bespoke furniture, iconic pieces like the 5321 seashell lamp by Gubi, combined with original Murano glass chandeliers, local stone and lacquered woods reminiscent of classic mid-century Italian design. Also featured are Roberts radios, neighborhood guides, and the Blank line of toiletries. It’s a very successful mix of material and style. Some rooms have a lounge area, a dressing area, or else a private terrace.
On the ground floor, a large lobby with elegant sofas and vintage lighting houses Cugino, a café-bar opening onto a shaded outdoor terrace, where you can enjoy a coffee, a brunch in collaboration with the in vogue artisan bakery Marigold, cocktails and snacks throughout all the day. The Beverly restaurant offers farm-to-table cuisine in a California ambiance.
The Hoxton Rome is an address that lives up to the brand’s DNA while keeping up with Roman times.
We love The Hoxton Rome for:
Opening in 2021
Decoration inspired by Italian design
Ideally located in a residential area
Double room from 190 € per night during low season.