Need To Know
Five individually decorated ensuite rooms, plus a Junior Suite.
11am (but flexible, depending on arrivals). You must check in before 6.30pm (unadvised late check-ins incur a €50 call-out fee).
Double rooms from $387.86 (€281), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €2.00 per person per night on check-out.
Rates exclude breakfast.
The hotel doesn’t offer breakfast, so if you really can’t bear to drag yourselves out to one of the dozens of nearby cafés for a Roman cappuccino and jam-filled croissant, buy something to nibble on with your Nespresso coffee.
At the hotel
Free WiFi throughout, library, coffee machine and complimentary honesty bar, laundry, desk concierge (8.30am–6.30pm). In rooms, flatscreen satellite TV, iPod docks, L’Occitane toiletries, tea tray, slippers, high-threadcount bedlinen.
Our favourite rooms
Each of the cleverly renovated, beamed rooms has been individually styled, but all have wood floors, queen-size beds and sleek bathrooms. They are on the cosy side, but cleverly furnished. We like Spagna’s romantic canopied bed and stone-lined bathtub; Carozze has a modern-Renaissance feel, with a flock-fabric headboard and sleek mushroom-hued bathroom with tub and shower; and Frattina is a slightly larger corner room with a walk-in rain shower. Condotti has side-by side twin beds with shower, bath and separate toilet.
A heaving wallet, if you want to buy anything in the array of designer shops around the corner (Gucci, Versace, D&G…). And pick up a bottle of bubbly for your room from the airport if you’re celebrating something special.
Crossing Condotti is a private, non-smoking property. Pets unfortunately cannot be accommodated.
Welcome. Under-threes stay free, and cots and extra beds can be added to some rooms, but as it’s filled with antiques and objets d’art, and has lots of steps, this is not the ideal place for wee ones or prams. Babysitting can be arranged in advance.