With 93 rooms, the Hassler is no boutique hotel, but many of its suites offer unique touches in their luxury. French silks and marble bathrooms grace more than one room. Floor to ceiling windows reveal all of Rome to one of the Presidential suites, while a floor mosaic and Jacuzzi dress up the marble bath of a Grand Deluxe suite.
The Amorvero SPA offers a full slate of beauty and wellness services, including massage, sauna, steam bath, and solarium appointments. An onsite fitness center includes cardio equipment and a weight room. Personal fitness instructors are available to guests.
The Hassler is home to a number of dining options. The Michelin-starred Imago restaurant enjoys panoramic views over Rome, while the Palm Court has a more casual, intimate experience. This garden restaurant and bar is surrounded by ivy-covered stone walls and filled with wrought-iron furniture. Salone Eva serves up pizzas and pastas, while tucked off to one side the Hassler Bar pours the best bellinis in town among 1940s decor.