For the Jet Setter: Portrait Suites The Scene:
Iconic fashion designer Salvatore Ferragamo created Portrait Suites, so the atmosphere here is exactly what you’d expect: chic, luxurious and incredibly detailed. Marble-clad bathrooms and walk-in closets complement the comfortable suites, and the gorgeous terrace is an amazing place to spend a relaxed Roman morning. If You Go: Spend a little time strolling through the hallways; Ferragamo-related art and photos lines the walls. 


For the Backpacker: The Beehive The Scene: 
This budget-friendly San Lorenzo spot offers the best of two worlds: the community atmosphere and low prices of a hostel and the special little perks of a full-service resort. You’ll get access to an organic cafe, gorgeous garden and hushed reading lounge, and the more spacious suites offer private bathrooms. Plus, if your muscles feel tight from all that backpack lugging, you can unwind with a relaxing massage. If You Go: Consider booking one of the three Beehive-owned apartments to get the ultimate local-living experience. 


For the Cool Hunter: Villa Laetitia The Scene: 
Situated in the uber-chic Pariolo district, this design hotel is a sight to see. Fendi’s founder gave this place a fashion-centric makeover in 2006, and the results are seriously stunning; luxe chandeliers adorn the lobby, Chanel sketches grace several rooms, and many of the suites boast just-for-you outdoor spaces. For a glam as all get out Roman holiday, there’s no place like Villa Laetitia. If You Go: Scope out the deals offered by American Express Platinum Travel. You might just earn a few points on your hotel stay. 


For the Honeymooner: Boscolo Aleph Roma The Scene: 
Love is in the air at Boscolo Aleph Roma. Just minutes from the Spanish Steps, this five-star hotel and spa offers a romantic atmosphere of the highest order. Each room features super-high ceilings, plush beds and glittering tile bathrooms. Spend the morning exploring the nearby sights, and then indulge in the spa’s sauna, whirlpool and Roman baths. If You Go: Set aside a little time to unwind on the rooftop terrace. The cocktails themselves are worthy of a postcard or two, but the stunning city views will leaving you wishing that you lived here. 


For the Families: Kolbe Hotel The Scene: 
The Kolbe is one of those rare spots that pleases children and parents in equal measure. The location is perfect for day-long sightseeing jaunts, the 15th-century atmosphere holds an air of kid-friendly mystery, and the hushed setting is ideal for getting a little shut eye. Plus, Mom and Dad will adore the garden’s cocktail hours. 


If You Go: Plan to have at least one evening meal at the on-site Il Giardino Degli Aranci. Though the hotel’s neighborhood is home to several must-try trattorias, this traditionally Roman restaurant offers a winning combination of substance and style.