Residenza di Ripetta | 4* Hotel Near Spanish Steps Rome

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An eclectic oasis in a Baroque convent

Hotel highlights


Via di Ripetta 231, 00186 – Rome (Italy) - Tel. 39 06 3231144 – reservations@residenzadiripetta.comVedi Mappa

Right around the corner from Piazza del Popolo and the Spanish Steps is one of Rome’s most charming secret hideaways: Residenza di Ripetta. This oasis of peace and tranquility is nestled in one of the capital’s most famous former convents, a stunning 17th century structure that embraces a verdant inner courtyard.

  • Rooms & Suites


    Spacious serenity prevails in Residenza di Ripetta‘s welcoming suites. The high ceilings and understated elegance, so intrinsic to the original 17th century architecture of the building, is perfectly complemented by a harmonious blend of classic styling and modern accents.


    • Classic Suite

      Our Classic Suites provide the perfect relaxing private space to unwind, or an area to vividly plan your time in Rome.
    • Superior Suite

      Fine Italian interior design is married with truly cozy ambience to create the Superior Suites at the Residenza di Ripetta. 
    • Superior Two Bedroom Suite

      Personalised space with relaxing ambience and natural elegance, the Superior Suites at the Residenza di Ripetta are the incarnation of this warm style of hospitality.
    • Deluxe Suite

      Understated elegance of the 17th century convent combined with the inimitable class of a contemporary residence, and the contrasts are beautifully complementary.
Comfort & Facilities


  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Air Conditioning
  • Children's amenities
  • Babysitting services
  • Multilingual Concierge
  • Business services
  • Wedding planner
  • Room service
  • Nearby Garage
  • Restaurant
  • Bar
  • Meeting rooms





  • The Macchiaioli

    The exhibition 'The Macchiaioli. The Collections Revealed’ at the Chiostro del Bramante in Rome until September 4th displays important paintings by the Macchiaioli and others
  • Alphonse Mucha

    Exhibition of over 200 masterpieces of Alphonse Mucha at the Complesso del Vittoriano from April 15th until September 11th